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November 1, 2014 at 4:41 PM

Jayson Jenks’ NFL power rankings

Rank (LW) Team Comment
1 (1) Broncos
2 (5) Cardinals The Cardinals are the surprise team of the season, but don’t be fooled: They’re the real deal
3 (3) Eagles
4 (7) Patriots
5 (3) Cowboys
6 (4) Colts Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger threw for the fourth-most yards in NFL history (522) against Indy’s defense. Ouch.
7 (6) Chargers
8 (10) Seahawks
9 (12) Lions It isn’t surprising that Detroit’s offense has been good. But no one saw the Lions’ defense being the NFL’s best.
10 (11) 49ers
11 (8) Packers
12 (13) Bengals
13 (14) Bills QB Kyle Orton has thrown nine TDs and just three interceptions since taking over for E.J. Manuel. Oh, and the Bills are 3-1.
14 (18) Steelers
15 (15) Chiefs
16 (22) Saints The Saints lost three of their first four games but have rallied to win three of their last four.
17 (18) Ravens
18 (16) Dolphins
19 (21) Browns
20 (23) Texans
21 (24) Washington
22 (17) Bears
23 (19) Panthers
24 (20) Rams
25 (25) Titans
26 (26) Falcons If the teams below them weren’t so bad, the Falcons would have tumbled in the rankings for the sheer ridiculousness of how they lost to the Lions in London.
27 (27) Jets
28 (28) Jaguars
29 (29) Giants
30 (31) Vikings
31 (30) Buccaneers
32 (32) Raiders The Seahawks play two of the bottom four teams in consecutive weeks (Raiders and Giants).

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