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Originally published Saturday, November 30, 2013 at 8:05 PM

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Jayson Jenks’ NFL power rankings

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Seahawks: Sometimes there’s nothing wrong with doing nothing. The Seahawks move back to the top after their bye week thanks to Denver’s loss.

Cardinals: Who would have thought Arizona would be right in the playoff hunt after watching Seattle’s dominating win five weeks ago?

Colts: About that Trent Richardson trade ... He hasn’t rushed for more than 60 yards as a Colt and has 59 yards in his past four games combined.

Packers: If anyone forgot just how bad Matt Flynn is, they were reminded on Thanksgiving.

Redskins: It’s come to this — RGIII is now having to defend his dad’s presence in the locker room. Is it time to start Kirk Cousins?

Jaguars: Gus Bradley’s Jags have some stiff competition for the No. 1 pick in next year’s draft.

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

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