Despite not playing because it was their bye week, the Kansas City Chiefs (2-2) moved up three spots in ESPN's latest power rankings.
After their loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football, the Chiefs fell to No. 18, but when the newest rankings came out on Tuesday morning, the Chiefs moved up to No. 15.
To see what ESPN wrote about the Chiefs and to see the entire list of rankings, follow this link.
The Chiefs travel this week to take on the division rival Oakland Raiders (4-1), who came in at No. 12 in these rankings. The Chiefs will be looking for their first road win of the season.
Under head coach Andy Reid, the Chiefs have won five of six meetings against the Raiders and have averaged 31 points per game over that time.
The Raiders have won three straight games by a total of 11 points, and every game they've played this season has been within a touchdown, including their 35-28 loss to the Atlanta Falcons, who come in at No. 6 in these rankings.