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POWER RANKINGS

1. Pittsburgh Steelers
Roethlisberger at home in Ohio. (1)
2. New England Patriots
Foxboro traffic is league's worst. (2)
3. Philadelphia Eagles
McNabb's 14-second play was one for the ages. (3)
4. Indianapolis Colts
Over-under on Manning TD passes is 4. (4)
5. Atlanta Falcons
Vick has 536 rushing yards. (6)
6. Green Bay Packers
"Favre" opens at 33 on N.Y. Times best-seller list. (8)
7. San Diego Chargers
Can't afford slip up in Black Hole. (7)
8. Minnesota Vikings
Second-best in NFL on third downs. (5)
9. Denver Broncos
May have trouble keeping up with Bolts. (9)
10. Baltimore Ravens
Ed Reed is a big-play machine. (10)
11. St. Louis Rams
Bills fans get last look at Hall-of-Famer Marshall Faulk. (17)
12. Jacksonville Jaguars
Not losing much with David Garrard. (15)
13. N.Y. Jets
Need a couple of more assistants to watch game clock. (11)
14. Seattle Seahawks
Time for home cooking vs. Dolphins, Bills. (12)
15. Cincinnati Bengals
Marvin Lewis, Bill Cowher faced each other in high school. (23)
16. Kansas City Chiefs
KC defense couldn't cover a saucepan. (13)
17. N.Y. Giants
Nos. 16-22 all lost last week. (14)
18. Houston Texans
No. 28 vs. the pass. (16)
19. Detroit Lions
No. 32 in rushing. (18)
20. Chicago Bears
Craig Krenzel is 3-0. (27)
21. Arizona Cardinals
Defense is respectable. (26)
22. Tampa Bay
Playing much better. (25)
23. Dallas Cowboys
Tuna can't wait for season to end. (19)
24. Tennessee Titans
All banged up. (20)
25. Washington Redskins
Can Patrick Ramsey do worse? (21)
26. New Orleans Saints
After one win, about ready to go back in tank. (29)
27. Buffalo Bills
Good news: Don't play Pats 'till 2005. Bad news: Brady may play 'till 2015. (24)
28. Cleveland Browns
Counting the days on Butch Davis' tenure. (22)
29. Oakland Raiders
I miss Al Derogatis' color commentary. (28)
30. Carolina Panthers
Jake Delhomme recaptured the magic last week. (31)
31. San Francisco 49ers
Defense is playing seventh-stringers. (30)
32. Miami Dolphins
Now Jim Bates knows how Titanic Captain Edward J. Smith felt. (32)

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