With the third Sunday of the NFL season over, these three teams put on the most impressive performance of week three. The Jacksonville Jaguars steamrolled the Ravens in London, the New York Jets surprisingly crushed the rival Dolphins and the Washington Redskins dominated the Raiders on Sunday Night.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars completely steamrolled the Baltimore Ravens from start to finish in an impressive 44-7 victory in London. Blake Bortles put on an impressive performance as he was 20/31 for 244 yards and four touchdowns. Three of those touchdowns went to veteran tight end Mercedes Lewis, who became only the third Jaguars player to haul in that many in a game, joining Jimmy Smith and Allen Robinson.

The running game was also impressive, as the team had 166 yards and one touchdown on 35 carries. Jacksonville's defense held Joe Flacco to eight passing yards in the first half while coming up with two interceptions, two sacks, and a recovered fumble.

New York Jets

The New York Jets started the season 0-2 and looked like how everyone predicted them to be, one of the worst team's in the NFL.

While the Jets didn't score a lot, their defense completely dominated the Miami Dolphins' offense from start to finish in a 20-6 victory.

The Jets basically shutout the Dolphins, as they put up their only points of the game on a touchdown with no time left in the fourth quarter. Josh McCown lit the Dolphins secondary up, as he went 18/23 for 249 yards and one touchdown.

The defense managed three sacks and two interceptions as the Dolphins only managed to convert one-third down the entire game.

Washington Redskins

The Washington Redskins completely dominated the Oakland Raiders in a magnificent home showing as they shut down one of the best offenses in the NFL in a 27-10 victory. Washington's defense held one of the league's best offense to only 10 points and 128 total yards while not letting them convert a third down.

They also had two interceptions, four sacks, and a fumble recovery.

Kirk Cousins was on fire during the game, going 25/30 for 365 yards and three touchdowns. It was his sixth such game having at least 350 yards and three touchdowns. Running back Chris Thompson also had the game of his life, with his 14 touches going for 188 total yards and one touchdown. If the Redskins did not muff a punt and also fumble inside their own 20-yard line, this game would have likely been a shutout.