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Weekly NFL Power Rankings; Jets Move to 7

Weekly NFL Power Rankings

  1. Philadelphia Eagles 6-0 (Last Week: 1) The Eagles come off their bye week to face Pittsburgh, Houston, and Washington in their next three. 9-0 seems very likely for the Birds.
  2. Buffalo Bills 5-1 (Last Week: 2) The Bills got a bye week to prepare to host the reeling Packers Sunday night. Green Bay’s free fall doesn’t figure to stop in Buffalo.
  3. Kansas City Chiefs 5-2 (Last Week: 3) The Chiefs started late but finished strong in San Francisco. Pat Mahomes seems to invent new arm angles every week.
  4. Minnesota Vikings 5-1 (Last Week: 4) The Vikings bye week put them three games up in the NFC North. Minnesota is the only division leader with a three-game lead.
  5. New York Giants 6-1 (Last week: 6) The Giants have now won four straight games. Daniel Jones finds ways to succeed with a less than stellar receiver room.
  6. Dallas Cowboys 5-2 (Last Week: 7) The Lions were more of a challenge Sunday than the final score would suggest. If Dallas finds ways to move the ball more consistently, their defense will get them into late January.

  7. New York Jets 5-2 (Last Week: 8) The Jets win in Denver was not without a significant downside. Breece Hall and Alijah Vera-Tucker were lost for the season to injury. The Jets need to generate more from the passing game if the resurgence in the Meadowlands is to continue.
  8. Cincinnati Bengals 4-3 (Last Week: 9) The Bengals used the big play Sunday against Atlanta to win their second straight game. The Bengals face Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Carolina in the next three weeks. The defending conference champs could take control of the AFC North if they play close to their form from Sunday.
  9. Tennessee Titans 4-2 (Last Week: 10) The Titans have won four straight games after opening the season with two losses. Derrick Henry seems to be warming up in what is a negative development for the Titan’s opponents.
  10. Baltimore Ravens 4-3 (Last Week: Unranked) The Ravens are alternating wins and losses thus far in 2022. The Ravens have too much talent to be this inconsistent.v

This Article Was Written By Nick Ferraro

Nick Ferraro