Well Bob has a right to be asking questions ... at least he's doing it in the right place.
First, to second what Gordon said, a lot has happened since the preseason poll and this week, and while game results primarily should affect the poll, there were things I read in Kickoff that affected my opinions. That information wasn't available to me or any other voter when we did the poll in early(?) August.
Second, I tried not to penalize Wesley for getting its game canceled, however I did end up penalizing its opponent, Christopher Newport, which I had the very bottom of my top 25, because I felt two teams I had on the fringe but didn't put on my preseason ballot played their way into the top 25, and even though CNU didn't play at all, and technically should not have been penalized, with the added data I now felt those teams were better and it bumped CNU off my ballot. So weird things can happen even to idle teams.
Oh, and third ... if the three teams you mentioned really had any gripe about their poll movement (I'm sure they didn't, it's just us) maybe they should have scheduled tougher opponents in Week 1. I wouldn't have a problem with a voter who said he learned more about the caliber of St. John Fisher getting beaten at Mount Union than he did about Trinity shellacking McMurry. Maybe that's an extreme example, but you get the picture, no?
Just some things to think about and discuss.