The NFL Power Rankings are selected by a panel of theScore's football editors.
Post-draft rank: 1
With extensions for Patrick Mahomes and Chris Jones out of the way, the Chiefs have nothing to distract them in their quest for another Super Bowl.
Post-draft rank: 2
The Ravens have all the ingredients. The question is whether they can shed the playoff choker label Marlon Humphrey assigned to them at the end of last season.
Post-draft rank: 3
The Saints are bringing back the same nucleus for a fourth straight season, desperately hoping the door they've been knocking on - behind which a Lombardi Trophy awaits - finally opens.
Post-draft rank: 4
While still one of the NFC favorites, there is concern that Deebo Samuel won't be ready for the start of the season. The 49ers could have a hard time replacing him with their relatively unproven receiving core.
Post-draft rank: 5
The modified offseason and canceled preseason will be a challenge for the new-look Buccaneers, but betting against Tom Brady's ability to figure things out on the fly has never worked well before.
Post-draft rank: 6
If Josh Allen can become more consistent in his third year, the Bills could emerge as legitimate challengers to the Chiefs and Ravens in the AFC.
Post-draft rank: 9
The Seahawks still have issues up front on both sides of the ball, but they just added an All-Pro safety in Jamal Adams who can make plays at every level of the field.
Post-draft rank: 7
Without Jason Garrett clapping aimlessly on the sidelines for 16 weeks, the Cowboys should have an easier time playing up to their potential in 2020.
Post-draft rank: 8
The Titans have gone 9-7 four years in a row but showed championship potential during last season's AFC Championship Game run.
Post-draft rank: 10
Expectations for the Aaron Rodgers-Matt LaFleur offense will be greater in 2020. For a team coming off a 13-3 season, the Packers have a lot to prove.
Post-draft rank: 11
Whether or not Dalvin Cook shows up at training camp, the greatest question facing the Vikings is how they're going to replace Stefon Diggs' production.
Post-draft rank: 14
With Ben Roethlisberger returning, the Steelers could be AFC dark horses. They quietly fielded a top-five defense one year ago.
Post-draft rank: 13
Additions at receiver and in the secondary are reasons for optimism if you're an Eagles fan, but keep your fingers crossed that the injury bug finally leaves them alone.
Post-draft rank: 23
If he's healthy and close to MVP form - and it's a huge "if" - Cam Newton can pave the Patriots a path to the Super Bowl. However, the opt-outs of Dont'a Hightower, Patrick Chung, and Marcus Cannon are massive.
Post-draft rank: 15
The Colts are solid, but even they probably don't know what to expect from Philip Rivers, who's 38 and coming off a woeful year with the Chargers.
Post-draft rank: 17
J.J. Watt is another year older and DeAndre Hopkins no longer resides in Houston, so Deshaun Watson may have his work cut out this year more than ever.
Post-draft rank: 12
The Cardinals look intriguing on paper, but that isn't where the games are played. They need to prove their worth on the gridiron to climb up the board.
Post-draft rank: 18
The Falcons ranked in the bottom half of the league in defense during three of the last four years and are extremely young at corner, which puts a ton of pressure on Matt Ryan and Co. to pick up the slack.
Post-draft rank: 20
The Rams' offensive line will be a challenge to overcome unless Jared Goff suddenly learns how to throw under pressure, but this team has enough star power to get at least seven wins.
Post-draft rank: 16
The Broncos ooze young talent and are getting Bradley Chubb back from a torn ACL. They could be a pleasant surprise in Vic Fangio's second year at the helm, but they could just as easily face-plant if their rookies stall on the runway.
Post-draft rank: 21
Cleveland is banking on a bounce-back year from Baker Mayfield, who will be working with his third head coach in as many seasons. The Browns still have a great cast of skill players around him, though.
Post-draft rank: 22
It's hard to buy Chargers stock until we know what's happening with the quarterback situation.
Post-draft rank: 19
The Raiders are in a tough division and face a daunting early-season schedule, which threatens to undo much of last season's apparent progress.
Post-draft rank: 26
It's put up or shut up time for Matt Patricia, who's out of excuses after two poor seasons in Detroit. This roster should have enough to contend for a playoff spot, but we said that last year and the Lions won three games.
Post-draft rank: 24
You wouldn't trust a team led by Mitchell Trubisky or Nick Foles for a full season, so why on earth would we?
Post-draft rank: 28
The Giants could be good if everything breaks right, but no team in NFL history has ever had everything break right.
Post-draft rank: 25
It will be an epic waste of time if the Dolphins enter the season with Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback over a healthy Tua Tagovailoa.
Post-draft rank: 30
The Joe Burrow era is upon us, A.J. Green is healthy, and the Bengals may not be this low on the rankings for much longer.
Post-draft rank: 27
The Panthers brought in Matt Rhule for the long run and are likely looking at a "culture year," which is code for "establishing good habits while losing a lot of games."
Post-draft rank: 29
Joe Douglas did well to get two first-rounders and then some for Jamal Adams, but trading his best player makes the Jets worse in 2020.
Post-draft rank: 32
At least Jacksonville isn't Washington ... seriously, though, this team lacks impact players.
Post-Draft Rank: 31
It's been a tumultuous summer in Washington, and it may not get much better in the fall considering the rebuild this franchise is going through, both on and off the field.