blake bortlesSam Greenwood/GettyLost amid the coverage of NFL players protesting during national anthems and reactions to President Donald Trump’s comments was a solid week of football.

Week 3 gave us an overtime thriller between the Packers and Bengals, a monstrous field goal by the Eagles to beat a division rival, an offensive showdown in Tennessee, and an even bigger shootout between the 49ers and Rams.

This year, it appears that the league won’t have a team head and shoulders above the rest, as the Patriots haven’t dominated quite like expected. Just two teams remain undefeated while 16 teams are 2-1. Things are still very much up in the air.

Heading into a Week 4 that should balance things out, check out where each team stands.