As the latest power ranking is heading towards the fifth week, the NFL 2019 season is describing a league of equality. In the first month, there are three teams that have remained unbeaten. Only one team in the half of the division is with a winning record. In week five, 13 teams are sitting at 2-2 heading. This means there is a record that needs to qualify for the first place of a team in the AFC South or AFC North. Seven teams in the NFL are still looking for their first win. The number can reduce after the Monday game, Night Football between Bengals and Steelers.
Most of the teams such as Rams lost at home to the Buccaneers. Sean McVay’s club is considered to be the powerful team in the NFL. But in the past two weeks, they looked normal. The Saints and Cowboys are also emerging at the best of the NFL but both the teams failed to score in the first half of the Sunday Night Football matchup. NFL Power Rankings setting showed that it is still too early to make any steep judgment because all indications in this season are towards Super Bowl contenders. The equality in this league is also hinting that there are also few teams which could be considered as the true championship contenders.
Quarterbacks are increasing the scoreboards this season. Up to the third weeks of the season, Quarterbacks had a passer rating of 100 that was the most throughout the three weeks history in NFL. Out of all the quarterbacks, six got by under the age of 25 and eight got by the age of 30 with a passer rating of 100 or higher.