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NFL power rankings

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Kansas City: The Chiefs have been called a fraud and a Super Bowl contender. We’ll find out more about this team’s true identity when Kansas City plays at Denver.

San Francisco: In their three defeats, the 49ers’ offense has been awful, averaging 6.3 points per game.

Detroit: Are the Lions for real? QB Matthew Stafford and RB Reggie Bush have given the Lions legitimate pieces around star WR Calvin Johnson.

Tennessee: Jake Locker’s season is done, and so too is Tennessee’s.

Philadelphia: Nick Foles, the most popular fantasy player of the moment, has 10 TDs in his past two games and is 4-1 as Philly’s quarterback.

N.Y. Giants: Three consecutive victories for the notoriously late-charging Giants, but two came against bottom-feeders Minnesota and Oakland.

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

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