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JetNation Power Ranking Week 7 (Top 10)

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1. Kansas City Chiefs (6-1) – The Chiefs had no problem on the road in the snow against Denver. The Chiefs high-octane offense is scoring 31 points per game. Last Week: 1

2. Baltimore Ravens (5-1) – The Ravens got an extra week to prepare for the league’s only remaining unbeaten team. There will be no excuses if they can’t win on Sunday. Last Week: 2

3. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-0) – The Steelers were impressive getting a big early lead last week in Tennessee. They will need to be at their best to stay undefeated with a trip to Baltimore on this week’s calendar. Last Week: 4

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-2) – The Bucs are starting to come together on both sides of the ball. Gronkowski isn’t going to reach the level he once played at, but he is becoming a factor for the Bucs. Last Week: 7

5. Green Bay Packers (4-1) – The pack bounced back nicely from their first loss of the season. Having Davante Adams healthy will be the difference between contending for the conference and an early playoff exit for Green Bay. Last Week: 5

6. Tennessee Titans (5-1) – The Titans comeback was inspiring, but they never should have fell so far behind on Sunday. The Titans were +3 in turnovers Sunday, but still couldn’t turn it into a win. Last Week: 3

7. Seattle Seahawks (5-1) – The Seahawks allow 28 points per game. The let up 37 on Sunday night leading to their first loss of the season. They need to figure out some way to take the pressure off their offense. Last Week: 6

8. Indianapolis Colts (4-2) – We will see if Rivers can continue his strong play off the bye. The next few weeks will be telling for Indy. They have Detroit this week. Following that they match up with the Ravens, Titans, Packers, and Titans again. Last Week: 9

9. Los Angeles Rams (5-2) – The Rams are capable on both sides of the ball. They will need to step up their play over the next few weeks. After a trip to Miami, the Rams must deal with Seattle, Tampa, San Francisco, and Arizona. We should know after that how much of a factor the Rams will be in the NFC. Last Week: Unranked

10. Arizona Cardinals (5-2) – The Cardinals are 5th in the league in point differential. If they can keep allowing just above 20 points per game, they will be a problem for anyone in the playoffs. Last Week: Unranked

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