After the first week, some defenses played as expected, but others fell flat. The Bills looked great, a trend I do not expect to continue. The Steelers were physically dominated and gave up 35 points. They should bounce back against a mistake prone Seahawks offense.

Week 2

1. Ravens

The Ravens were the dominant defense of the week. They were much more physical than the Steelers and caused 7 turnovers. They should fare even better against a weak Tennessee team that lost to Luke McCown and the Jaguars. Ed Reed will be able to pester Matt Hasslebeck and force him into a couple bad decisions. Chris Johnson was also poor in the opener. He may still be rusty from his holdout, but he will have more trouble against the Ravens.

2. Jets

The Jets gave up a few big plays in the passing game to Dallas early, but they got stronger getting turnovers in the Cowboys final three possessions including a blocked punt for a touchdown. The Jets are a powerful defense that makes big plays, and Jacksonville may have the worst quarterback in the NFL. Luke McCown will be consistently pressured, which will lead to several sacks and turnovers.

3. Lions

The Lions are a mediocre defense overall, but Ndamukong ค่าคอมแทงบอล ufabet Suh is a force who can change a game on his own. The Lions also have the advantage of playing the Chiefs who were shut down at home by the Bills in Week 1. The Chiefs won a poor AFC West last year, but they are regressing this year. They will have one of the worst offenses in the league, which will be to the Lions benefit in Week 2.

4. Steelers

The Steelers were awful against Baltimore in Week 1. After being physically pushed around by your arch rival, there is not a much better way to get on track than playing Tarvaris Jackson and the Seahawks at home. The Steelers had one bad game, but they are still the defending AFC