JagNation Power Rankings

The top two remain the same but the Cowboys are making their move.

1. New England Patriots- Great at home, great on the road. (1)

2. Indianapolis Colts- Must play a perfect game to beat them. (2)

3. Dallas Cowboys- Tony Romo looks like the real deal. (4)

4. Green Bay Packers- Favre is the TD passing king, team is playing well. (5)

5. Seattle Seahawks- Will be there at the end. (7)

6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Class of the NFC South?.(14)

7. Tennessee Titans- They have an identity, I question the talent level. (11)

8. Jacksonville Jaguars- Schedule begins to stiffen.(8)

9. Pittsburgh Steelers- Tough road loss, maybe they aren't as good as previously thought? (3)

10. Detroit Lions- Signature victory over Chicago (20)

11. Arizona Cardinals- Best 2-2 team going. (19)

12. Baltimore Ravens- Defense is a little overrated, offense is a mess. (6)

13. Denver Broncos- Not as good as advertised. (13)

14. Carolina Panthers- Average team, defense seems to be missing something. (10)

15. Washington Redskins- Will Gibbs let Campbell loose? (16)

16. New York Giants- 12 sacks, that's impressive. (22)

17. Kansas City Chiefs- Looking like a solid group. (24)

18. Houston Texans- Plagued by injuries, much better than last year's group. (9)

19. Chicago Bears- Problems go way past the QB position. (15)

20. San Francisco 49ers- Still a year or two away. (18)

21. Cincinnati Bengals- Marvin Lewis should be on the hot seat. (21)

22. Oakland Raiders- Headed in the right direction. (26)

23. San Diego Chargers- Most talented bad team in the NFL. (12)

24. Cleveland Browns- Two division victories, more than the last two years combined. (27)

25. Minnesota Vikings- A little worse than K.C. (25)

26. Buffalo Bills- Division victory with a rookie quarterback. (31)

27. Atlanta Falcons- Playing better each week, Joey is responding. (30)

28. Philadelphia Eagles- McNabb has no targets, or protection. (17)

29. New York Jets- They're a mess. (23)

30. St. Louis Rams- Blown out each week. (29)

31. New Orleans Saints- One year wonder. (28)

32. Miami Dolphins- Overpaid group of underachievers. (32)

(Previous week rank in parentheses)

Charlie Bernstein is the Editor-in-Chief of Jagnation.com, and a regular syndicated contributor to FoxSports.com, Sirius NFL Radio, and Sportsillustated.com. Charlie is also a member of the Pro Football Writers Association, and is a columnist for the New Smyrna Observer.

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