After another action-packed weekend of football, #NFL analyst Elliot Harrison released the week four #Power Rankings of the National Football League. This list contains the teams from the 1st spot down to the 7th spot in the power rankings.

There were a lot of surprise games and results that resulted in a major change in the NFL power rankings.

1. Kansas City Chiefs (3-0)

  • After beating the Los Angeles Chargers 24-10, the #Kansas City Chiefs now sit atop the National Football league power rankings after week three of the 2017 regular season. Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt is the number one rushing leader for last week with 172 yards on 17 carries, Hunt also scored one touchdown. The Kansas City Chiefs are currently leading the AFC West division with a 3-0 record.

2. Atlanta Falcons (3-0)

  • The Atlanta Falcons moved up two spots in last week's power rankings after beating the Detroit Lions by a score of 30-26. Running back Devonta Freeman was among the league rushing leaders in week three with 21 carries for 106 yards, he was also able to score one touchdown. The Falcons remain in first place in the NFC South.

3. New England Patriots (2-1)

  • The New England Patriots were able to come out with a win against the Houston Texans in week three. Another late fourth-quarter comeback was led by five-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady. Brady was the top passing leader in the league in week three throwing five touchdowns while completing 25 out of 35 passes. The Patriots are in first place in the AFC East.

4. Detroit Lions (2-1)

  • The Detroit Lions lost to the Atlanta Falcons in week three. Lions' quarterback Matt Stafford only scored one touchdown and completed 25 out of 45 passes. The Detroit Lions moved up four spots in the power rankings and are still in first place in the NFC North.

5. Tennessee Titans (2-1)

  • The Tennessee Titans moved up eight spots from last week's power rankings after defeating the Seattle Seahawks by a score of 33-27. Titans running back DeMarco Murray was among the top rushing leaders in the league with 14 carries for 115 yards. The Tennessee Titans are currently in first place in the AFC South.

6. Philadelphia Eagles (2-1)

  • The Philadelphia Eagles sit atop the NFC East standings after beating the New York Giants in week three. The Eagles moved up eight spots in this week's edition of the power rankings.

7. Washington Redskins (2-1)

  • The Washington Redskins moved up eleven spots from last week's rankings after beating the Oakland Raiders 27-10. Redskins running back Chris Thompson was among the league leaders in receiving this past week with six passes caught for 150 yards, he also scored one touchdown.