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Power Rankings / Mark Gaughan ranks all 32 teams

Last week in parentheses

1 New England Patriots: '72 Dolphins need Colts to win today. (1)

2 Indianapolis Colts: Good vs. Evil. (2)

3 Dallas Cowboys: Eagles have won two of last three prime time vs. Cowboys. (3)

4 San Diego Chargers: Winning turnover battle. (4)

5 New York Giants: Rank second in sacks. (6)

6 Tennessee Titans: Offense has no TD passes in last four games. (5)

7 Pittsburgh Steelers: Ravens sacked Ben 14 times last year. (7)

8 Green Bay Packers: Favre has never beaten Chiefs. (8)

9 Jacksonville Jaguars: Garrard injury about to bite them. (9)

10 Detroit Lions: Due to lay massive egg. (16)

11 Washington Redskins: Still in good shape in weak NFC. (10)

12 Carolina Panthers: D-line is overrated. (11)

13 Baltimore Ravens: Four victories are against teams that are 6-24. (12)

14 Kansas City Chiefs: Have not allowed more than 20 points in a game. (13)

15 Seattle Seahawks: Could 7-9 win NFC West? (14)

16 Denver Broncos: Down at Mile High.Have lost eight of last 14 at home. (15)

17 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Fifth in pass defense. (18)

18 Philadelphia Eagles: Have not allowed more than 21 points this year. (19)

19 New Orleans Saints: Creeping up. (24)

20 Chicago Bears: Wow. Defense ranks 26th. (17)

21 Cleveland Browns: Four victories are against teams that are 6-24. (21)

22 Arizona Cardinals: Edgerrin James is 12 yards shy of 11,000 for his career. (22)

23 Cincinnati Bengals: Should not lose to Bills today. (20)

24 Buffalo Bills: No time like today for some TDs. (25)

25 Houston Texans: Have 23 turnovers, second most in NFL. (23)

26 Minnesota Vikings: Third vs. run, 32nd vs. pass. (26)

27 Oakland Raiders: Injuries mounting. (28)

28San Francisco 49ers: Titles not won in the offseason. (27)

29 New York Jets: Jets fans seeing Rich Kotite in their dreams. (29)

30 Atlanta Falcons: Wondering whatever happened to "General" Bob Lee. (30)

31 Miami Dolphins: Jason Taylor: no tackles last week. (31)

32 St. Louis Rams: Losing by 15 ppg. (32)

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