The JFF now has three competitive weeks completed, and at least five teams have moved UP in this installment of the Power Rankings, and two teams have dropped down in the Power Rankings. What are the Top 3 most interesting storylines after three weeks of league play in The JFF?

1) Pasadena Soldier suffers his second Regular Season loss of the season!

When Victor Saucier a.k.a. Pasadena Soldier was an active league member in The JFF during the Spring / Summer 2013 season, he and his JFF Houston Texans finished with a 16-0-0 record in the Regular Season and went 3-0-0 in the playoffs to win JFF Super Bowl VIII. During the very next season (Fall 2013), Soldier and his JFF St. Louis Rams started off the season undefeated at 5-0-0 before he abruptly quit the league citing that his schedule was too busy to continue.

This season, surprisingly, Soldier has already lost two of his first three games. His JFF San Francisco 49ers are already in what is arguably the toughest division in the league, and now all eyes are on Soldier to see if he will win the NFC West Division, or at least, be in a position to earn a playoff berth in the NFC Conference playoffs.

2) As many as NINE teams are still undefeated, including one CPU-controlled team!

After JFF Week Three, half of the human user teams are still undefeated … and surprisingly, even one of the CPU-controlled teams is still undefeated after three games. In the AFC Conference, there are four teams that remain undefeated: Cincinnati, Houston, New England, and Pittsburgh. In the NFC Conference, there are five teams that still have an unblemished record: Arizona, Dallas, Green Bay, New Orleans, and Tampa Bay. The JFF New Orleans Saints are actually a CPU-controlled team for now, but they are available for purchase.

3) As many as ten teams in the league have double-digit team sacks!

The JFF New England Patriots have accumulated 17 sacks in their first three games, and the JFF Pittsburgh Steelers and JFF Tampa Bay Buccaneers are right behind them. DT Gerald McCoy of the JFF Buccaneers has already accumulated nine (9) sacks by himself for Tampa Bay.

Who are the top offensive teams in the league after the first three weeks of competition? Who are the top defensive teams? Here are the team statistics for Week One thru Week Three:

Total yards gained on offense

1. JFF Tampa Bay Buccaneers (609.0 total offensive yards per game)
2. JFF New England Patriots (568.7 total offensive yards per game)
3. JFF Cincinnati Bengals (545.3 total offensive yards per game)
4. JFF Denver Broncos (489.7 total offensive yards per game)
5. JFF Dallas Cowboys (486.0 total offensive yards per game)
6. JFF San Francisco 49ers (460.5 total offensive yards per game)

Total passing yards gained on offense

1. JFF Tampa Bay Buccaneers (539.3 total passing yards per game)
2. JFF New England Patriots (438.7 total passing yards per game)
3. JFF Cincinnati Bengals (411.7 total passing yards per game)
4. JFF Kansas City Chiefs (347.3 total passing yards per game)
5. JFF Denver Broncos (345.3 total passing yards per game)
6. JFF Dallas Cowboys (336.3 total passing yards per game)

Total rushing yards gained on offense

1. JFF Buffalo Bills (285.3 total rushing yards per game)
2. JFF Arizona Cardinals (171.7 total rushing yards per game)
3. JFF Philadelphia Eagles** (167.5 total rushing yards per game)
4. JFF Indianapolis Colts (151.7 total rushing yards per game)
5. JFF Dallas Cowboys (149.7 total rushing yards per game)
6. JFF Denver Broncos (144.3 total rushing yards per game)

** JFF Philadelphia Eagles is a CPU-controlled teams

Average points scored per game

1. JFF Tampa Bay Buccaneers (64.7 points per game)
2. JFF New England Patriots (53.3 points per game)
3. JFF Cincinnati Bengals (49.7 points per game)
4. JFF Dallas Cowboys (43.0 points per game)
5. JFF San Francisco 49ers (39.3 points per game)
6. JFF Denver Broncos (39.0 points per game)

Least total yards allowed on defense

1. JFF Pittsburgh Steelers (151.7 total offensive yards allowed per game)
2. JFF New England Patriots (206.3 total offensive yards allowed per game)
3. JFF Cincinnati Bengals (242.7 total offensive yards allowed per game)
4. JFF Washington Redskins (272.0 total offensive yards allowed per game)
5. JFF New Orleans Saints** (273.7 total offensive yards allowed per game)
6. JFF Chicago Bears (291.0 total offensive yards allowed per game)

** JFF New Orleans Saints is a CPU-controlled team

Least passing yards allowed on defense

1. JFF Pittsburgh Steelers (92.3 total passing yards allowed per game)
2. JFF New England Patriots (149.3 total passing yards allowed per game)
3. JFF Washington Redskins (174.0 total passing yards allowed per game)
4. JFF San Diego Chargers** (177.0 total passing yards allowed per game)
5. JFF Buffalo Bills (179.7 total passing yards allowed per game)
6. JFF Chicago Bears (190.7 total passing yards allowed per game)

** JFF San Diego Chargers is a CPU-controlled team

Least rushing yards allowed on defense

1. JFF Cincinnati Bengals (44.3 total rushing yards allowed per game)
2. JFF New England Patriots (57.0 total rushing yards allowed per game)
3. [tie] JFF Green Bay Packers (59.3 total rushing yards allowed per game)
3. [tie] JFF Pittsburgh Steelers (59.3 total rushing yards allowed per game)
5. JFF New Orleans Saints** (72.7 total rushing yards allowed per game)
6. JFF Carolina Panthers** (74.7 total rushing yards allowed per game)

** JFF New Orleans Saints and JFF Carolina Panthers are CPU-controlled teams

Total sacks on defense

1. JFF New England Patriots (17 total sacks for the season to date)
2. [tie] JFF Pittsburgh Steelers (16 total sacks for the season to date)
2. [tie] JFF Tampa Bay Buccaneers (16 total sacks for the season to date)
4. JFF Cincinnati Bengals (15 total sacks for the season to date)
5. [tie] JFF Denver Broncos (13 total sacks for the season to date)
5. [tie] JFF St. Louis Rams** (13 total sacks for the season to date)

** JFF St. Louis Rams is a CPU-controlled team

Total interceptions on defense

1. [tie] JFF Oakland Raiders** (8 total interceptions for the season to date)
1. [tie] JFF Philadelphia Eagles** (8 total interceptions for the season to date)
2. [tie] JFF New England Patriots (6 total interceptions for the season to date)
2. [tie] JFF San Diego Chargers** (6 total interceptions for the season to date)
2. [tie] JFF San Francisco 49ers (6 total interceptions for the season to date)
2. [tie] JFF Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6 total interceptions for the season to date)

** JFF Oakland Raiders, JFF Philadelphia Eagles, and JFF San Diego Chargers are all CPU-controlled teams

Least average points allowed per game

1. JFF Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10.0 points allowed per game)
2. JFF Pittsburgh Steelers (10.3 points allowed per game)
3. JFF Cincinnati Bengals (12.7 points allowed per game)
4. JFF New England Patriots (13.3 points allowed per game)
5. [tie] JFF Houston Texans (15.7 points allowed per game)
5. [tie] JFF New Orleans Saints** (15.7 points allowed per game)

** JFF New Orleans Saints is a CPU-controlled team

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