Judging NFL Week 3 overreactions: Is Jalen Hurts the MVP?

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All right, Week 3, you had a few tricks up your sleeve, didn't you?

You took down the Bills, which it looked as if no one was going to be able to do, and now we have to wonder whether they'll actually be playing from behind in their division this year.

You took down the Chiefs, who looked like world-beaters back in Week 1 but might actually have some legitimate concerns on that post-Tyreek Hill offense after all.

You gave us a matchup between two of the best quarterbacks of all time, a game that finished 14-12 and was decided on a pass breakup on a 2-point conversion. The Packers are winning with defense and special teams while the offense tries to come together around Aaron Rodgers. Just like they said they would.

Week 3 made the Bears 2-1 somehow, and it left the Raiders 0-3. It gave us significant reason to worry about the Saints, who were a preseason darling in some circles, and to wonder whether this really could be Mike Tomlin's first losing season as head coach of the Steelers. It left us to gawk in awe, once again, at Lamar Jackson and Jalen Hurts and even for a little bit ... Jacoby Brissett?

Yeah, Week 3 was good to the overreactions, that's for sure. And the Cowboys haven't even played yet!

Here's a sampling of what we saw and how we feel about it as Week 3 comes to a close.