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NFL Power Rankings Week 6 on ESPN

Written by: on 13th October 2010 |
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NFL Power Rankings Week 6 on ESPN – One of our favorites, the Kansas City Chiefs suffered their first defeat during NFL Week 5 hence their chance to advance on the power rankings was imperiled by this loss. If the Chiefs managed to win against the Indianapolis Colts, I am sure that they would be number 1 in the ESPN NFL Power Rankings Week 6.

The New Orleans Saints was another team which suffered a loss during Week 5 and the defending Super Bowl Champions retreated to number 9 from their highest ranking of number 1. The Detroit Lions also scored their first win and perhaps in the coming weeks if the Detroit Lions get their acts together and win, we might see them re-emerge on the Power Rankings.

  1. (1)  Pittsburgh Steelers (3-1)
  2. (6)  Baltimore Ravens (4-1)
  3. (4)  New York Jets (4-1)
  4. (5)  Atlanta Falcons (4-1)
  5. (9)  Indianapolis Colts (3-2)
  6. (8)  New England Patriots (3-1)
  7. (11)  Chicago Bears (4-1)
  8. (3)  Green Bay Packers (3-2)
  9. (2)  New Orleans Saints (3-2)
  10. (10)  Kansas City Chiefs (3-1)
  11. (16)  Washington Redskins (3-2)
  12. (19)  Tennessee Titans (3-2)
  13. (7)  Houston Texans (3-2)
  14. (17)  Philadelphia Eagles (3-2)
  15. (20)  New York Giants (3-2)
  16. (23)  Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-1)
  17. (13)  Miami Dolphins (2-2)
  18. (22)  Jacksonville Jaguars (3-2)
  19. (14)  Dallas Cowboys (1-3)
  20. (15)  Minnesota Vikings (1-3)
  21. (12)  San Diego Chargers (2-3)
  22. (18)  Cincinnati Bengals (2-3)
  23. (21)Denver Broncos (2-3)
  24. (25)Arizona Cardinals (3-2)
  25. (29)Oakland Raiders (2-3)
  26. (24)St. Louis Rams (2-3)
  27. (26)Seattle Seahawks (2-2)
  28. (31)Detroit Lions (1-4)
  29. (27)Cleveland Browns (1-4)
  30. (28)San Francisco 49ers (5-0)
  31. (30)Carolina Panthers (5-0)
  32. (32)Buffalo Bills (5-0)
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