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NFL Power Rankings – Week 6

It’s been six weeks now. Do we know who’s good? Do we know who’s bad? Not sure, but here’s how we rank the 32 teams.

  1. New England Patriots (5-0)

    It’s not surprising that the Pats are winning games. It’s surprising that they’ve looked even better than last year though. It’s hart to get better after winning the Super Bowl but New England looks like it has a realistic chance at going undefeated.

    DION_LEWIS_PATRIOTSThey just keep scoring and new running back Dion Lewis looks like a real steal. He fits their offense perfectly as an elite pass catcher coming out of the backfield. After losing Darrelle Revis I thought the defense would struggle, and it has at times, but Malcolm Butler has really stepped up replacing him.

  2. Green Bay Packers (5-0)

  3. Cincinnati Bengals (6-0)

  4. Denver Broncos (5-0)

  5. Arizona Cardinals (4-2)

  6. Carolina Panthers (5-0)

  7. Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2)

  8. New York Jets (4-1)

  9. Atlanta Falcons (5-1)

  10. Seattle Seahawks (2-4)

  11. Minnesota Vikings (3-2)

  12. Philadelphia Eagles (3-3)

  13. Indianapolis Colts (3-3)

  14. New York Giants (3-3)

  15. Buffalo Bills (3-3)

  16. San Diego Chargers (2-4)

  17. St. Louis Rams (2-3)

    Nick Foles is not the answer at quarterback. If he was, this team might be a Super Bowl contender. His receiving group doesn’t help him but I think the Rams still expected more from Foles. In just a few games though, Todd Gurley looks like a great weapon at running back. The offense will be running through him now.

    NICK_FOLES_RAMSThe defense is talented, especially on the defensive line, and gives this team hope for the playoffs. If they could just find a QB and some receivers they may make their return to the playoffs.

  18. Miami Dolphins (2-3)

  19. Oakland Raiders (2-3)

  20. Cleveland Browns (2-4)

  21. Baltimore Ravens (1-5)

  22. Washington Redskins (2-4)

  23. Dallas Cowboys (2-3)

  24. Houston Texans (2-4)

  25. Detroit Lions (1-5)

  26. Kansas City Chiefs (1-5)

  27. San Francisco 49ers (2-4)

    The Niners lost so much this year that their weren’t too many expectations. Then they destroyed the Vikings to start the year and some thought they might still be a good team. That wasn’t the case as they haven’t looked too good since. Their only win since that was against the 1-5 Ravens.

    COLIN_KAEPERNICK_49ERSThey’ve been much better the last two weeks though and maybe Colin Kaepernick is figuring some things out. 2-4 is better than we expected from them. Maybe they’ll continue to surprise us and finish close to .500.

  28. Chicago Bears (2-4)

  29. New Orleans Saints (2-4)

  30. Tennessee Titans (1-4)

    MARCUS_MARIOTA_TITANSThe Titans drafted Marcus Mariota to be their quarterback of the future. He hasn’t been to bad, even for a rookie. However, the team still isn’t good. They’re really aren’t good anywhere. The offense is around average, they can’t run the ball, the defense can’t stop any good offenses. With Mariota they might have a bright future but the present doesn’t look too good.

  31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-3)

  32. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-5)

Tony’s Top 5

Top 5 Horrible Quarterbacks Who Aren’t Actually That Bad

  1. Josh McCown
  2. Ryan Fitzpatrick
  3. Brian Hoyer
  4. Tyrod Taylor
  5. Blake Bortles

Tony’s Thursday Night Pick

The Seahawks travel to San Francisco to take on their rivals, the 49ers. Before the season, no one thought these two team would come into this game with identical records, but it’s true. I still think Seattle is considerably better. They’ve blown four fourth quarter leads this year, which means they had four quarter leads on top of their two wins. 6.5 points is a lot to give to a home team but I think the Seahawks will be properly motivated and they’ll blow out the Niners.

The Pick: Seahawks -6.5

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