NFL POWER RANKINGS WEEK 6
October 12, 2010 by staff
NFL POWER RANKINGS WEEK 6, Week five provided much entertainment and drama that some of the best teams put the poor performance while a few mediocre teams really stepped up. The Bengals lost to the Bucs at home after losing against the Browns last week. When the season is over, the Bengals will circle these games that’s why they missed the playoffs. The Packers lost to the Redskins, a game they should have won since the Bears are competing and own a 4-1 record. The Giants crushed the Texans as the duo of Hakeem Nicks and Steve Smith had a field day. New Orleans looked poor all season and they lost again, this time for the Arizona Cardinals. The Chargers are struggling to win road games as they lost the Raiders. The Cowboys looked terrible against the Titans as they lost another home game. The Lions simply destroyed the Rams, who had looked good before this competition. The Colts’ offense struggled against the Chiefs, but they could get away with a victory. The Patriots, Vikings, traded Randy Moss and the Patriots have signed Deion Branch. The Packers could be in trouble since Aaron Rodgers and Jermichael Finley are injured. Tom Brady leads the NFL now the odds shift, Arian Foster is still leading the race to rush, and Brandon Lloyd is surprising us all the league leader in receiving yards.
1. Baltimore Ravens (4-1): They have beaten the Broncos easily and remain in first place.
2. New York Jets (4-1): This team is tough to beat as they hold the largest point difference in the NFL with 54.
3. Pittsburgh Steelers (3-1): Ben Roethlisberger backs and use the Browns as a warm-up before leaving for Miami.
4. Atlanta Falcons (4-1): They do not get many style points, but they are winners.
5. New England Patriots (3-1): tough test against the Ravens this week, but they had a bye to prepare. It will be interesting to see what kind of offense they showed after inflicting Randy Moss.
6. Indianapolis Colts (3-2): They beat the only undefeated team this weekend and get to head to Washington this week.
7. Tennessee Titans (3-2): Beating Dallas on the road is a difficult task, but they have fallen short.
8. Kansas City Chiefs (3-1): Their defense held the Colts to 19 points. The defense is for real, but the offense occurs?
9. New Orleans Saints (3-2): They have not looked good this year, but we’ll see how they deal with the Bucs on the road.
10. Chicago Bears (4-1): They won in ugly fashion, but they are 4-1 and in first place.
On the bubble: Green Bay, Philadelphia, New York Giants, Houston, and Tampa Bay
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