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Originally published September 14, 2013 at 5:54 PM | Page modified September 14, 2013 at 7:24 PM

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Jayson Jenks’ NFL power rankings

Seahawks hold on to top spot in this week’s rankings

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Patriots: The Patriot Way: Winning with defense? Not what we’re used to, but an improved defense has New England 2-0.

Eagles: Chip Kelly said after the game that his offense wasn’t fast enough, but the Redskins didn’t seem to think so in Kelly’s debut. Can it last with Michael Vick at quarterback?

Lions: Reggie Bush recalled flashbacks to his USC days, combining for 191 yards.

Jets: For all the talk about Rex Ryan losing his job (and maybe he still will), the Jets have been a tough out in their first two games.

Buccaneers: Questions about quarterback Josh Freeman’s immediate future drop Tampa Bay toward the basement.

Jaguars: Two points in Week 1? Really?

No. (LW)Team
1 (1)Seattle Seahawks
2 (2)Denver Broncos
3 (3)San Francisco 49ers
4 (4)Houston Texans
5 (6)New England Patriots
6 (9)Chicago Bears
7 (11)Dallas Cowboys
8 (5)Green Bay Packers
9 (20)New Orleans Saints
10 (26)Philadelphia Eagles
11 (14)Indianapolis Colts
12 (7)Cincinnati Bengals
13 (10)Atlanta Falcons
14 (12)Washington Redskins
15 (13)New York Giants
16 (15)Baltimore Ravens
17 (23)Detroit Lions
18 (21)St. Louis Rams
19 (27)Tennessee Titans
20 (16)Carolina Panthers
21 (19) Miami Dolphins
22 (24)Kansas City Chiefs
23 (28)New York Jets
24 (8)Pittsburgh Steelers
25 (18)Minnesota Vikings
26 (22)Arizona Cardinals
27 (29)Buffalo Bills
28 (30)San Diego Chargers
29 (17)Tampa Bay Buccaneers
30 (32)Oakland Raiders
31 (25)Cleveland Browns
32 (31)Jacksonville Jaguars

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