1. Chiefs (3-0)

In three games vs. Baltimore’s bone-rattling defense, Patrick Mahomes is 3-0 and averaging 31.3 points, 379 yards passing, three touchdowns and a 116.2 passer rating.

2. Ravens (2-1)

Lamar will need to reach another passing gear if he wants to create a true rivalry with the full-throttled Mahomes.

3. Seahawks (3-0)

Seattle is 2-0 when giving up more than 500 yards. And 2-0 when giving up 30 or more points. Russell Wilson is the ultimate fixer.

4. Patriots (2-1)

Thirty-eight carries, 250 yards and another defense demoralized by Ground Belichick.

5. Packers (3-0)

Can Jordan Love play receiver ? ARodg looks like he’s going to be sticking around a bit longer.

6. Steelers (3-0)

Three games. Fifteen sacks. Yep, sounds about right for Blitzburgh.

7. Bills (3-0)

Here is what Buffalo’s offense did after an opening three-and-out: TD, TD, TD, TD. Fifteen first downs and a 28-3 lead. Over the Rams. That’s why Stefon is so happy.

8. Buccaneers (2-1)

Reigning sack king Shaq Barrett notches his first two sacks for a defense that’s fifth in yards and eighth in points. And, oh yeah, Tom Brady threw three touchdown passes.

9. Titans (3-0)

For Vikings fans who’ve grown rusty in their angst with kickers, Tennessee’s guy went 6-for-6 with three makes of 50-plus. Your guy went 1-for-2.

10. Bears (3-0)

In Mitchell do the Bears trust? Not anymore.

11. Raiders (2-1)

Getting stomped by the Patriots’ running game is going to become a familiar feeling around the league.

12. Saints (1-2)

They seem very good. Alvin Kamara seems better than that.

13. Cardinals (2-1)

You beat the 49ers and you lose to Detroit? Really? Maybe it’s the Cardinals who were who we thought they were.

14. 49ers (2-1)

Unless you’re related to Nick Mullens, don’t get too excited. Those 343 passing yards and 8-for-11 success rate on third down came against the Giants.

15. Rams (2-1)

Basically third string three weeks ago, running back Darrell Henderson posted 114 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries against the Bills.

16. Cowboys (1-2)

They put up 522 yards of offense and lost. Welcome to playing Russell Wilson.

17. Colts (2-1)

Indianapolis has the best offensive line as well as the only defense that has yet to allow an opponent to reach 300 yards.

18. Browns (2-1)

If Kevin Stefanski keeps winning like this, he’ll never be able to win the 2021 draft.

19. Dolphins (1-2)

FitzMagic or JagTragic, didn’t see that Thursday night beatdown coming.

20. Panthers (1-2)

With Christian McCaffrey on IR, Carolina went 1-for-6 in scoring touchdowns in the red zone, but won on Joey Slye field goals of 29, 24, 30, 22 and 31 yards.

21. Chargers (1-2)

Justin Herbert has another 300-yard game, but throws an ugly and very costly pick right before the half.

22. Jaguars (1-2)

The overachieving Gardner Minshew looked more like he is supposed to look in a loss to the Dolphins.

23. Washington (1-2)

Dwayne Haskins has played 12 NFL games. He has been sacked 39 times.

24. Lions (1-2)

The 11-game losing streak finally ends as Detroit plays defense the way it rarely has under defensive-minded Matt Patricia.

25. Texans (0-3)

How bad is Houston’s pass protection? Put it this way. The Vikings allow a sack on 9% of their pass plays. Houston is at 13.7%, a league worst.

26. Vikings (0-3)

With a trip to Seattle for Game 5, the Vikings probably need to beat Houston on Sunday to avoid matching the 1962 team’s franchise-worst 0-5 start. The only 0-4 starts in 59 years of Vikings football: 1962, 1967, 2002 and 2011.

27. Broncos (0-3)

Denver has started eight quarterbacks since 2016. Brett Rypien might become No. 9 on Thursday night.

28. Bengals (0-2-1)

Joe Burrow is taking hits that make crash dummies wince.

29. Eagles (0-2-1)

Philadelphia ties Cincinnati to move half a win ahead of the Vikings in the battle to avoid becoming the most disappointing NFC team that made the playoffs in 2019.

30. Falcons (0-3)

The Falcons led late. Then they didn’t. Then they lost. The end.

31. Giants (0-3)

The Giants are the best 0-3 team that plays home games at MetLife Stadium.

32. Jets (0-3)

Nipped again by a mere 29 points, Adam Gase is now 30-38 with 30 double-digit losses as an NFL head coach.