NFL Power Rankings

It's the list that everyone loves to hate, our meaningless power rankings.

1. Tennessee Titans- They can throw the ball too. (1)

2. New York Giants- Giants fans can start making reservations for Tampa. (2)

3. Carolina Panthers- They can run the ball with the best of ‘em. (3)

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- They win the close ones. (6)

5. Arizona Cardinals- Good team, but can they win in the playoffs? (9)

6. Indianapolis Colts- When Sanders plays they are capable of beating anyone. (10)

7. Pittsburgh Steelers- They're getting by. (11)

8. New York Jets- Can Favre lead them to an AFC East title? Looks that way. (12)

9. New England Patriots- Cassel could be a legit NFL starter. (5)

10. Baltimore Ravens- Beaten soundly by the champs. (4)

11. Miami Dolphins- Big rematch with the Pats this week. We'll find out plenty. (13)

12. Atlanta Falcons- Can't see them making the playoffs, but still a great story. (7)

13. Denver Broncos- They did a solid job of stopping the run against Atlanta. (15)

14. Philadelphia Eagles- A tie with Cincinnati? Really? (8)

15. Dallas Cowboys- They will win their next two against cupcakes. (19)

16. Minnesota Vikings- Gus isn't great, but Peterson is. (14)

17. Green Bay Packers- They desperately needed a win and got it. (20)

18. New Orleans Saints- Inconsistent finesse team. (23)

19. Chicago Bears- Where did the defense go? (16)

20. Washington Redskins- Campbell needs to play better. (18)

21. Cleveland Browns- The Quinn era looks eerily similar to the Anderson era. (24)

22. Buffalo Bills- Where did the defense go? (21)

23. San Diego Chargers- Defense played well, offense couldn't get it done. (17)

24. Jacksonville Jaguars- Biggest disappointment of the NFL season. (22)

25. San Francisco 49ers- They looked motivated against a bad Rams team. (28)

26. Houston Texans- Really bad secondary. (25)

27. Oakland Raiders- Good effort two weeks in a row. (30)

28. Cincinnati Bengals- A tie is like a win for the Bengals. (29)

29. Seattle Seahawks- It has all gone bad in the Emerald City. (26)

30. Kansas City Chiefs- Maybe Tyler Thigpen isn't the future. (27)

31. St. Louis Rams- Two horrible performances in a row. (31)

32. Detroit Lions- At least they have Kevin Smith. (32)


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