The NFL Power Rankings for the 2018-19 season are officially in the books. In a wild and crazy Super Bowl, the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams by the final score of 13-3. If you are a fan of offense, this was not your type of game.

According to a CBS Sports report, in a game full of powerhouses on offense for both teams it was the defenses that led the way on Super Bowl Sunday. Outside of New England's Julian Edelman, neither team seemed to be able to gain a positive yard throughout the first half of play.

Pats are champs again

Jared Goff looked like the bright lights were too much as he struggled the entire game. You can’t totally blame Goff for the Rams offensive woes during Super Bowl 53. Most of those came as a result of New England’s stingy and swarming defensive play.

Now for Los Angeles, the offseason will be about all the “what ifs,” while for the Patriots it will be about how they can head to their 10th Super Bowl in 2020 under Tom Brady.

Browns show major improvement

When the 2018 NFL regular season began, the Cleveland Browns and Indianapolis Colts were an afterthought in terms of postseason play.

While the Browns' effort to make the payoffs fell short, they improved dramatically from last season – and they owe that to Baker Mayfield.

Mayfield may be the QB the Browns have been waiting for since the days of Bernie Kosar.

Cleveland will not get overlooked in 2019, especially by a division rival.

As for the Colts, Andrew Luck is back! This team was No. 20 or lower in most power rankings at this time last season, however, they have seemed to put it all together in 2018 as they were one game shy of the AFC Championship.

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The Redskins and Steelers stumbled down the stretch, while the Chargers and Bears showed that they have what it takes to contend next season.

Here is a look at the early bird NFL power rankings for the 2019 season.

  1. New England Patriots
  2. Los Angeles Rams
  3. Kansas City Chiefs
  4. Los Angeles Chargers
  5. Chicago Bears
  6. New Orleans Saints
  7. Indianapolis Colts
  8. Seattle Seahawks
  9. Dallas Cowboys
  10. Houston Texans
  11. Philadelphia Eagles
  12. Cleveland Browns
  13. Baltimore Ravens
  14. Green Bay Packers
  15. Minnesota Vikings
  16. Pittsburgh Steelers
  17. Atlanta Falcons
  18. Tennessee Titans
  19. Carolina Panthers
  20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  21. Detroit Lions
  22. New York Jets
  23. Denver Broncos
  24. New York Giants
  25. Buffalo Bills
  26. San Francisco 49ers
  27. Cincinnati Bengals
  28. Jacksonville Jaguars
  29. Miami Dolphins
  30. Washington Redskins
  31. Oakland Raiders
  32. Arizona Cardinals
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