The San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams have a growing list of injuries, the Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks are tied for first place in their respective divisions, and Josh Allen defeated Patrick Mahomes in what is probably the AFC title game’s prelude.
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NFL Power Rankings: The Philadelphia Eagles are still unbeaten and at the top of the rankings
Following Sunday’s Week 6 activity, the NFL’s parity-filled teams are ranked as follows:
1. Philadelphia Eagles (6-0)
Find the game on the schedule that the Eagles lost to. Let me wait.
2. Buffalo Bills (5-1)
Von Miller, who Buffalo acquired in the offseason, could be the key to finally defeating the Chiefs. Although Miller sealed Kansas City’s victory on Sunday, the Bills are aware that Patrick Mahomes will return.
3. Kansas City Chiefs (4-2)
Last year, the Chiefs suffered a regular-season defeat to the Bills. They were unfazed by that. Buffalo-Kansas City Part 2 is anticipated for late January.
4. Minnesota Vikings (5-1)
All the Vikings do is win infuriously. This is sufficient to seize control of the NFC North.
5. New York Giants (5-1)
No matter how good they are, the Giants keep on winning. When you triumph, your ranking advances. Laws are laws.
6. Dallas Cowboys (4-2)
Cooper Rush held down the fort, but the Cowboys need Dak Prescott back before they can prove they aren’t a shambles.
7. San Francisco 49ers (3-3)
In the second half of this season, the 49ers have scored an average of 8.6 points. Where did Kyle Shanahan’s brilliance go?
8. Baltimore Ravens (3-3)
The Ravens faltered late in another loss to the Giants. Baltimore needs to learn how to finish.
9. Los Angeles Chargers (4-2)
The Bolts’ ceiling has been lowered by the injuries to Keenan Allen, Joey Bosa, and Rashawn Slater. To be a threat in January, at least two of them must return.
10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-3)
Sunday’s loss to the Steelers was likely the worst of Tom Brady’s career. The Buccaneers are a huge mess that reeks of desperation.
11. Cincinnati Bengals (3-3)
In New Orleans, don’t bet against Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase. The Saints discovered this on Sunday.
12. Los Angeles Rams (3-3)
Because of Joe Noteboom’s injury, Rob Havenstein is the Rams’ only healthy starter on the offensive line. The defending champions’ season from hell continues.
13. New York Jets (4-2)
Robert Saleh’s Jets humiliated the Packers at Lambeau Field. Make no mistake: this was a significant victory for Gang Green. The Jets are… decent?
14. Green Bay Packers (3-3)
This season, the Packers have scored 107 points in six games (17.8 ppg). According to ESPN, this is the fewest in any six-game span with Aaron Rodgers as the starter. Green Bay has issues that are difficult to resolve.
15. Tennessee Titans (3-2)
The Titans excel at both scoring in the red zone and getting off the field on third down. It’s a winning formula.
16. Atlanta Falcons (3-3)
The Falcons win in ugly fashion, but it all counts. Marcus Mariota appears to be in better shape, and Atlanta’s bully-ball rushing attack has given opponents fits through the first six weeks. Is it, however, sustainable?
17. New England Patriots (3-3)
Bill Belichick’s defense destroyed the Browns and now faces a Bears team that has three-fifths of the line taken up by turnstiles. Best wishes, Justin Fields.
18. Miami Dolphins (3-3)
The Dolphins have looked like a shell of the team that beat the Ravens and Bills to start the season without Tua Tagovailoa. Tua may be more valuable than the game manager he was portrayed as early in his career.
19. Seattle Seahawks (3-3)
Seahawks rookie cornerbacks Coby Bryant (four forced fumbles) and Tariq Woolen (four interceptions, two fumble recoveries) could herald the beginning of a new Legion of Boom in Seattle. The Seahawks aren’t the scumbags we predicted.
20. Indianapolis Colts (3-2-1)
Coring 34 points and narrowly defeating the Jaguars does not change my opinion of the Colts. Something stinks, and it smells like Indy.
21.Las Vegas Raiders (1-4)
Josh McDaniels has struggled early on, but the Raiders’ next six games are against the Texans, Saints, Jaguars, Colts, Broncos, and Seahawks. The Raiders must go 4-2 during that stretch or their season is over.
22. Denver Broncos (2-4)
Denver gave Russell Wilson a massive contract extension worth 15.0 points per game in exchange for a slew of draft picks.
23. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-4)
The Jaguars have now lost 14 straight division road games. They require an exorcism.
24. New Orleans Saints (2-4)
Al Michaels is about to call in sick for the upcoming Saints vs. Cardinals rock fight after getting the Broncos vs. Colts and Commanders vs. Bears in back-to-back Thursday night stinkers.
25. Cleveland Browns (2-4)
The Browns’ defense is 31st in terms of EPA per play allowed. Joe Flacco, Mitch Trubisky, Bailey Zappe, and Baker Mayfield have all been used. Cleveland has a lot of issues.
26. Arizona Cardinals (2-4)
Has a coach ever been fired after receiving a contract extension? In college football, this is known as “an Auburn,” and Kliff Kingsbury is following suit.
27. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-4)
The Steelers’ victory over the Bucs reveals more about Tampa’s flaws than it does about the Steelers’ ability to turn things around. However, there is no reason to expect much from Mike Tomlin’s team this season.
28. Chicago Bears (2-4)
General manager Ryan Poles has put quarterback Justin Fields in an impossible position in Year 2 by failing to improve the offensive line during the offseason. With better blocking, the Bears could pick up one or two more victories.
29. Washington Commanders (2-4)
Carson Wentz is on his way to see a finger specialist about his broken finger. Wentz’s absence may be the best case scenario for Washington. If Wentz plays 70% of the snaps this season, the Redskins must send the Colts a second-round pick in 2023. If the quarterback falls below that number, it’s only a third-round pick.
30. Detroit Lions (1-4)
Dak Prescott is expected to be ready to play against the Lions in Week 7. More misfortune for Detroit’s house cats.
31. Houston Texans (1-3-1)
The Texans won on their bye week. The Browns’ loss to the Patriots makes Houston’s 2023 first-round pick look even better at the moment.
32. Carolina Panthers (1-5)
Robbie Anderson could probably be had for a sixth-round pick, but after Sunday’s outburst, I doubt anyone wants him. Matt Rhule’s “The Way of the Panther” strategy duped David Tepper and led to Carolina’s demise.