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Week 2 NFL Power Rankings 2021: 1-32 poll, plus which rookies made the best first impression
This week's edition of the 2021 NFL Power Rankings is all about first impressions, as after months of buildup and hype, we got to see every NFL team take the field for the first time in a game that counts. But first impressions from Week 1 go well beyond team performance.

No.1: Kansas City
No.2: Tampa Bay
No.3: Seattle
No.4: Los Angeles Rams
No.5: Buffalo

No.28: New York Giants
No.29: Houston
No.30: Detroit
No. 31: New York Jets
No.32: Jacksonville


Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes enters season as NFL MVP favorite, but Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen drawing most bets

Superstar quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers are the favorites to win the NFL regular-season MVP award, but Josh Allen is receiving the most support from bettors at sportsbooks around the nation. Allen, the Buffalo Bills fourth-year quarterback, has attracted more bets to win the Associated Press MVP award than any other player at multiple sportsbooks, including a $10,000 wager placed at 13-1 odds in June with Caesars Sportsbook in Indiana. Allen enters the season as the largest MVP liability at BetMGM sportsbooks, having drawn nearly twice as many bets as Mahomes, the consensus favorite. The Chiefs Mahomes is listed at 5-1 at Caesars Sportsbook. Rodgers, the reigning MVP who elected to return to the Green Bay Packers this season, is next at 10-1, followed by Allen and the Buccaneers Tom Brady, who are each 12-1. Baltimore's Lamar Jackson and Dallas Dak Prescott are 16-1, followed by Seattle's Russell Wilson and the Rams Mathew Stafford at 18-1.

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Philadelphia Eagles sign DE Josh Sweat to three-year extension

The Philadelphia Eagles have signed defensive end Josh Sweat to a three-year extension, the team announced Saturday. The deal is for $40 million, could be worth up to $43 million and includes $26.9 million guaranteed, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Sweat, 24, is now tied to the Eagles through the 2024 season. He was in the final year of his rookie deal. The Florida State product is in his fourth year with the team after being drafted in the fourth round of the 2018 draft. He has appeared in 40 career games, recording 66 tackles with 10 sacks and three forced fumbles.

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