NRL Power Rankings - 2018 Round 3

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Check out how we rate your team after three rounds of the 2018 NRL Telstra Premiership.

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Last week: 1st.

Simply outstanding against the Gold Coast. The early season Red V formline continues - maintaining it will be the key.


Last week: 2nd.

Patchy win over the Warriors with some last minute magic from Shaun Johnson delivering the third win from three this season. They'll head to Penrith this Saturday with plenty of hope.


Last week: 3rd

A very good footy team now hitting some great form after three weeks. Learnt their lessons from Round 1 and have applied them to both games since, winning comfortably.


Last week: 5th

Back to their best against the Cowboys in the GF re-match. The Dragons and Warriors might be undefeated but the Storm still have that marathon-runner aura about them.


Last week: 4th

Did everything they could to win that game at Campbelltown on Friday but it wasn't to be. Will fancy their chances against a struggling Eels side on Easter Monday.


Last week: 9th

The Round 1 loss to the Dragons is now a distant memory - this mob ground out a tough yet controversial win over the Tigers and sit two-and-one after three rounds.


Last week: 6th

Still full of quality, still impressing but their inability to start strongly will cost them more this year, and Canterbury proved it. Big chance coming Thursday against the Cowboys.


Last week: 7th

Back to Earth for the giddy Knights, a big loss to the Roosters will have them going back to the drawing board before another dangerous opponent is in their sights - the Dragons this Sunday.


Last week: 11th

A dour game but the important thing is they got off the mark. Won't be as easy when they host the Storm this Friday.


Last week: 14th

Blew Manly off the park in a stunning burst of form. Sets up a mouthwatering clash against Canterbury on Good Friday.


Last week: 15th

That's more like the 'Dogs we were expecting. Penrith weren't great on Friday but Canterbury's electric start and solid defence in the second half showed us more of what we can expect from the blue-and-whites throughout the year.


Last week: 8th

CRASH. Manly's form reversal is an absolute stunner. 54-0 victors against 16th one week into 34-6 losers to 14th place a week later. Barrett's still got his work cut out for him.


Last week: 10th

Went with the Storm early but really outplayed in the end. Not the start Paul Green would've wanted and with the quality on the park really should be doing better.


Last week: 13th

Seemed ready to with the Dragons for the first 20 minutes then fell in a heap. The return of Ash Taylor should've been a good thing, but he was stifled at every turn by an unrelenting Dragons outfit.


Last week: 12th

Ooh dear me this side knows how to blow a lead. The resolve late in games is almost non-existent. How did the Warriors steal that victory?


Last week: 16th

0 and 3, and have failed to score a point in four halves of football from the six played. Add the Jarryd Hayne injury and this side is a shell of the one many predicted as top eight-certainties.

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