Week 7 NFL Power Rankings

by Paul Raymond | Posted on Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

NFL Power Rankings and a hot Florida chickWow what another wild weekend in the NFL. I’m not going to go into details as you can except my weekly round up later today, but I will say this weekend has completely shaken up the standings and the rankings. I firmly believed this is the week that some teams would separate themselves from the pack. Instead we got teams pulling off some crazy wins to put their names back in the mix. I’m not going to waste any time, here’s my Week 7 NFL Power Rankings.

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


The Colts are my biggest movers this week and the team I want to talk about. That miraculous comeback against the Texans last week may have been the spark Peyton Manning and crew needed. They came out against a tough Ravens defense and absolutely destroyed them, and you know what? They looked like the Indianapolis Colts we all expected for the first time this season. Watch out for this team, cause they’re about to go on a serious roll.

While the Sports Bloggers Power Rankings is no longer alive, I still want to show some love to the guys in the crew. So here are links to their rankings.

NE PatriotsWeek 7 NFL Power Rankings
The Sports Dollar Week 7 NFL Power Rankings


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