NFL Power Rankings

Week four is in the books and it's time for the list that everyone loves to hate, our meaningless power rankings.

1. New York Giants - The champs didn't even play and they moved to number one. (3)

2. Dallas Cowboys - Could trouble be brewing with T.O.? (1)

3. Tennessee Titans - They keep winning, but I don't think they're truly elite. (4)

4. Buffalo Bills - Solid all the way around, but not a Super Bowl contender just yet. (6)

5. San Diego Chargers - A very good .500 team. (11)

6. Carolina Panthers - I don't think they're elite, but they should be good enough to win their division. (9)

7. Philadelphia Eagles - Not the same team when Westbrook is hurt. (2)

8. Pittsburgh Steelers - They can't protect Ben. (5)

9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Defense is getting the job done when they need to. (13)

10. New England Patriots - They had an extra week to chew on the Miami loss. (10)

11. Jacksonville Jaguars - Issues shifted from offense to defense. (12)

12. Denver Broncos - Kansas City? Really? (8)

13. Green Bay Packers - Rodgers is hurt, that's not good for them. (7)

14. Washington Redskins - Zorn ball is pretty good right now. (24)

15. Chicago Bears - Their defense is back. (17)

16. New Orleans Saints - Different team at home, a good team. (19)

17. Indianapolis Colts - Best 1-2 team in football. (18)

18. Baltimore Ravens - Growing pains with a rookie quarterback. (16)

19. New York Jets - They're in the mix in a watered down AFC east. (21)

20. Arizona Cardinals - They hardly ever show up on the road. (15)

21. Minnesota Vikings - It was a mistake ignoring the QB position in the offseason. (14)

22. Seattle Seahawks - They need some offensive weapons. (23)

23. Miami Dolphins - They're improved, but they'll still be in the running for a top five draft pick. (25)

24. San Francisco 49ers - They don't play well on the road. (20)

25. Houston Texans - Bad secondary, Slaton could be a star. (28)

26. Kansas City Chiefs - Larry Johnson is back. (31)

27. Atlanta Falcons - Another young team that will struggle on the road. (22)

28. Oakland Raiders - A new coach won't fix things. (27)

29. Cleveland Browns - You get no points for beating Cincy. (29)

30. Cincinnati Bengals - No chance to win without Palmer. (26)

31. Detroit Lions - There's a lot wrong. (30)

32. St. Louis Rams - Worst show on turf. (32)

Charlie Bernstein is the Editor-in-Chief of Sports Media Interactive, covering multiple teams in the National Football League, NCAA, and National Basketball Association. Charlie is a regular syndicated contributor to FoxSports and Sirius NFL Radio, and has been featured on the NFL Network. Charlie is also a member of the Pro Football Writers of America. Feel free to contact him -HERE- with questions or comments.

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