NFL Week 5 Power Rankings

Let us know if you think we’re crazy or genius.

Power Rankings Edwards Cook Thompson Warzecha
Through Week 4
1. Jets +5 Steelers Jets +8 Ravens +3
2. Ravens +7 Saints Ravens +5 Steelers
3. Steelers -2 Texans Steelers -2 Jets +4
4. Packers -1 Ravens Falcons -1 Falcons -3
5. Saints -1 Packers Saints -1 Texans -4
6. Falcons -1 Jets Packers Saints
7. Texans +2 Patriots +1 Texans +5 Cowboys +1
8. Patriots +3 Falcons +1 Colts -6 Packers +2
9. Colts -7 Dolphins -2 Patriots +3 Patriots +5
10. Titans Eagles Cowboys -2 Colts -7
11. Cowboys +3 Colts Titans -6 *Chiefs
12. Dolphins Titans *Chiefs *Giants
13. Bears -6 *Chiefs *Chargers Eagles -8
14. *Chargers *Chargers *Broncos Bears -3
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Here are our Power Rankings from Week 4

*Not ranked previous week

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11 responses to this post.

  1. No Titans for Warzecha anywhere on the power rankings?!? He’s definitelycrazy. All will make since after Sunday in Dallas.

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  2. Posted by Walt on October 5, 2010 at 2:01 pm

    My take:

    1. Ravens
    2. Steelers
    3. Jets
    4. Packers
    5. Falcons
    6. Saints
    7. Texans
    8. Patriots
    9. Colts
    10. Eagles
    11. Chiefs
    12. Chargers
    13. Dolphins
    14. Bears

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    • Posted by Warzecha on October 5, 2010 at 5:05 pm

      You honestly don’t believe Dallas is one the Top 14 teams in the NFL? I mean I understand the whole 2-loss thing, but that applies to 4 other teams on your list as well.

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      • Posted by Walt on October 5, 2010 at 5:44 pm

        Beat the Titans on Sunday and then I’ll probably have them ranked for next week. Indeed, there are some two loss teams on my list. There aren’t 14 teams in the league that haven’t beaten twice. You really think they deserve to be 7th at this point (including 7 spots ahead of a team that beat them at home). You have them ahead of three one loss teams and the league’s only unbeaten. The ‘Boys were impressive in Houston and maybe that will get them on a roll. The NFC East is open for the taking. The rest of your rankings are real solid but I think you have Dallas a bit high. I enjoy the blog though, keep it up!

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        • Posted by Warzecha on October 5, 2010 at 8:22 pm

          Thanks for reading! Yeah, since I am a big Cowboys fan I am probably 1) allowing my homerism to play in, and 2) relying on intimate knowledge of the team that I don’t possess in relation to other teams. Also, they did barely lose those 2 games because their defense was rather dominant, as it will be all season. Fair enough though, and they probably belong somewhere in between our respective opinions.

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  3. My Turn! If KC beats Indy this week… I think they move in the top 6… but that’s a big IF. Peyton has had the Chiefs number the last 8 or 9 years.

    1. Steelers (with Big Ben)
    2. Jets (with their returning players this week)
    3. Ravens
    4. Patriots
    5. Saints
    6. Packers
    7. Indy
    8. Texans
    9. Falcons
    10.Titans
    11.CHIEFS
    12.Bears
    13.Cowboys
    14.Vikings

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