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NFL Power Rankings- Week 4

32. (32) New York Jets (0-4)

I wonder if Trevor Lawrence is rooting for the Jets not to have the first pick

31. (31) New York Giants (0-4)

At least the Yankees are still in the MLB playoffs.

30. (26) Washington Football Team (1-3)

WFT moving on from Dwayne Haskins for now.

29. (30) Denver Broncos (1-3)

The Broncos beat the Jets. Not an accomplishment.

28. (25) Jacksonville Jaguars (1-3)

The Jaguars are giving up nearly 30 points per game.

27. (24) Miami Dolphins (1-3)

It’s getting closer and closer to Tua time.

26. (27) Cincinnati Bengals (1-2-1)

 I know it’s early, the Bengals are improving with Burrow under center.

25. (30) Philadelphia Eagles (1-2-1)

They are actually leading the NFC East.

24. (23) Houston Texans (0-4)

The Bill O’Brien era is officially over.

23. (22) Atlanta Falcons (0-4)

At least they didn’t blow a fourth quarter lead.

22. (28) Minnesota Vikings (1-3)

The Vikings first win wasn’t impressive, but at least it happened.

21. (21) Detroit Lions (1-3)

It was a valiant effort by the Lions, but it’s still a loss.

20. (19) Dallas Cowboys (1-3)

This defense is historically awful.

19. (18) Los Angeles Chargers (1-3)

They lost Eckler, but Herbert appears to be the long-term answer in LA

18. (20) Carolina Panthers (2-2)

Panthers have started the season better than I anticipated.

17. (15) Las Vegas Raiders (2-2)

After two consecutive losses, the Raiders now face the Chiefs. Yay.

16. (13) Chicago Bears (3-1)

The real Chicago Bears just stood up against the Colts. And it’s not good.

15. (14) San Francisco 49ers (2-2)

I know they’re injury riddled, but losing to the injury-riddled Eagles was a bad look.

14. (11) Arizona Cardinals (2-2)

The Cardinals have lost two in a row while Murray has looked pedestrian.

13. (17) Indianapolis Colts (3-1)

Philip Rivers isn’t too old to talk smack.

12. (16) Cleveland Browns (3-1)

Mayfield is not trying to do too much, and Beckham is playing to his potential. That’s what the Browns need.

11. (14) New Orleans Saints (2-2)

Once Michael Thomas comes back, this offense is going to be dangerous.

10. (7) New England Patriots (2-2)

Newton vs. Mahomes would’ve been fun, but it wouldn’t have changed the outcome.

9. (10) Los Angeles Rams (3-1)

The remaining schedule is somewhat favorable for the Rams.

8. (8) Tennessee Titans (3-0)

The Titans just lost to COVID-19, so they’re technically 3-1.

7. (9) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-1)

Other than the pick-six, Brady looked vintage in their comeback win.

6. (4) Pittsburgh Steelers (3-0)

Of no fault of their own, they dropped two spots this week.

5. (6) Buffalo Bills (4-0)

I know it’s early, but this is the best the Bills have looked since the early 1990s.

4. (5) Baltimore Ravens (3-1)

I wouldn’t be concerned by Jackson missing practice. They’re going to be fine.

3. (3) Green Bay Packers (4-0)

Did they draft Jordan Love because they knew a pissed off Aaron Rodgers would play this good?

2. (2) Seattle Seahawks (4-0)

They allowed the Dolphins to hang around longer than I thought, but they have Russell Wilson.

  1. (1) Kansas City Chiefs (4-0)

There’s no team that’s close right now.

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