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Originally published Saturday, October 5, 2013 at 8:09 PM

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Jayson Jenks’ power rankings

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Broncos: Seahawks fans won’t like seeing this, but Denver has earned the top spot. Average margin of victory? Try 22 points.

Chiefs: The best defense in the game (statistically speaking) resides in Kansas City. The Chiefs are allowing a league-low 10.3 points per game.

Lions: Somewhat under the radar, Detroit is looking like a playoff team. The Lions beat their first quality team when they knocked off Chicago, and Reggie Bush has a home.

Browns: Throwing in the towel? The Browns continue proving everyone wrong who said they were calling it quits by trading RB Trent Richardson. That’s three straight wins since the trade.

Bills: They should be ranked higher (they beat Baltimore last week), but news that QB E.J. Manuel is out for a few weeks drops them.

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

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