JagNation NFL Power Rankings

Charlie Bernstein provides his weekly update to the JagNation NFL Power Rankings.

1. New England Patriots- Two more TD's for a new record for Brady. (1)

2. Indianapolis Colts- Will determine the last playoff spot in the AFC. (2)

3. Jacksonville Jaguars- Playing at an extremely high level on both sides of the ball. (4)

4. Dallas Cowboys- Unimpressive victory at Carolina. (5)

5. San Diego Chargers- Can make some noise in January. (6)

6. Green Bay Packers- Road to the Super Bowl now must go through Big D. (3)

7. Seattle Seahawks- Don't be surprised if the 'Hawks are in the NFC Championship game. (11)

8. Pittsburgh Steelers- Ben is having a fantastic year, he must now lead the team in January. (9)

9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Bucs are solid but unspectacular. (7)

10. Washington Redskins- Great coaching job against Minnesota. If they make it in the playoffs, they could pull an upset. (18)

11. Tennessee Titans- Double digit victories and a playoff berth? Maybe. (12)

12. Cleveland Browns- Choke job last week probably cost them a trip to San Diego. (10)

13. New York Giants- Limping into the playoffs. (14)

14. Philadelphia Eagles- Andy Reid and Donovan McNabb should both get another shot in Philly next year. (15)

15. Minnesota Vikings- The definition of a one-dimensional team. (8)

16. Buffalo Bills- Great coaching job by Dick Jauron. (16)

17. Arizona Cardinals- Can finish at .500 with a victory Sunday, a step in the right direction. (19)

18. Houston Texans- One or two players away from being a contender. (17)

19. New Orleans Saints- One year wonders. (13)

20. San Francisco 49ers- Shaun Hill will make training camp in '08 interesting. (27)

21. Chicago Bears- Gutsy, dominant performance in Green Bay. (23)

22. Cincinnati Bengals- Saved their season by possibly ruining Cleveland's. (25)

23. Detroit Lions- At least they won't lose 10 games this year. (21)

24. Carolina Panthers- Played a very good game against Dallas. (26)

25. New York Jets- Still competing, that's more than we can say about a lot of teams on this list. (22)

26. St. Louis Rams- Defense is extremely soft. (28)

27. Kansas City Chiefs- Will Herm be able to survive? (29)

28. Atlanta Falcons- They came out swinging in Arizona and nearly pulled an upset. (32)

29. Denver Broncos- Really underachieved. (24)

30. Oakland Raiders- They shouldn't have bothered boarding the plane to Jacksonville last weekend. (20)

31. Miami Dolphins- Maybe Parcells will change things next year? (30)

32. Baltimore Ravens- Team has completely given up. (31)

Charlie Bernstein is the Editor-in-Chief of JagNation.com, and a regular syndicated contributor to FoxSports.com, Sirius NFL Radio, MySpace Sports and Sportsillustated.com. Charlie is also a member of the Pro Football Writers Association, and is a columnist for the New Smyrna Observer. Feel free to contact him -HERE- with questions or comments.

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