NFL Standings: All Records After Week 2 of the 2013 Season, How are Chiefs & Dolphins Still Undefeated?

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Sep 17, 2013 11:27 AM EDT
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NFL's Week 2 is over and the results were somewhat surprising. Teams that weren't expect to win would up with victories and teams expected to win did not get anywhere. Here are the NFL standings after Week 2 and there are surprising results around the league. We start with the AFC, home of two huge surprises in 2013. 

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AFC East 
Miami Dolphins: 2-0
New England Patriots: Barely 2-0
Buffalo Bills: 1-1
New York Jets: 1-1
The surprise here are the Dolphins. They have held opponents to 30 points, tying them with the Jets for the least amount of points surrendered through two games. The Dolphins have defeated the Cleveland Browns and, surprisngly, they got past the Indianapolis Colts in Week 2. 

AFC West 
Kansas City Chiefs: 2-0
Denver Broncos: 2-0
Oakland Raiders: 1-1
San Diego Chargers: 1-1
Though the Chiefs have been great, the Chargers should be 2-0 with their offensive output through two weeks. However, their defense has allowed as many points as their offense, and that just won't fly in the NFL. The Chiefs are playing great defense, keeping the game within striking distance for their new-look offense. 

AFC North 
Baltimore Ravens 1-1
Cincinnati Bengals 1-1
Pittsburgh Steelers 0-2
Cleveland Browns 0-2
Let's talk about who has not won in the North. The Steelers are looking ugly, while the Browns are banged up. The NFL season is not even three weeks old and the Browns will have to tap into their backups as Brandon Weeden will have to sit out due to a thumb injury. The Ravens and Bengals won their home openers, taking a hold of the division. 

AFC South 
Houston Texans: 2-0
Indianapolis Colts: 1-1
Tennessee Titans: 1-1
Jax Jaguars: 0-2
The Colts had a disappointing performance against the Dolphins, costing them a perfect start to their season. The Texans continue to somehow squeeze by their opponents. They lead the division in points scored, but they have also allowed the most points, even more than the Jax Jaguars. 

NFC East 
Dallas Cowboys 1-1
Philadelphia Eagles: 1-1
New York Giants: 0-2
Washington Redskins: 0-2 
What did we learn about the NFC East? The division will be up for grabs all year long. All four teams lost in Week 2. However, the Dallas Cowboys look like the most promising team out of the bunch as they at least  kept their game competitive. 

NFC North 
Chicago Bears: 2-0
Detroit Lions: 1-1
Green Bay Packers: 1-1
Minnesota Vikings: 0-2
In a division that was extra tight last year, the Bears have surfaced as the top team so far through two weeks. It has taken some heroics and last second scores, but they are off to a fast start. The Packers continue to light up the scoreboard, but they will have to prevent opponents from doing the same.

NFC South 
New Orleans Saints: 2-0
Atlanta Falcons: 1-1
Carolina Panthers: 0-2
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 0-2
The Saints are on fire. Sean Payton should definitely get Coach of the Year and we are just in Week 2. The Panthers and Buccaneers have been close to victory, but they have failed late in games. 

NFC West 
Seattle Seahawks 2-0
St. Louis Rams 1-1
San Francisco 49ers: 1-1
Arizona Cardinals: 1-1
The Seahawks are in control. With their Week 2 victory over the Niners, they have taken first place in the West and they are doing it with defense and offense. The Cardinals are surprisingly lighting up the scoreboard, but their defense has failed them.  

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