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NFL Power Rankings for October 6

(Last week’s ranking in parentheses)

1. Denver Broncos. Peyton Manning greater than “Baby Blue.” (2).

2. Seattle Seahawks. Richard Sherman once called Skip Bayless “an ignorant, pompous, egotistical cretin.” Bravo. (1).

3. New England Patriots. Belichick will find a way without Wilfork. (5).

4. New Orleans Saints. No. 1 in time of possession (34:17). (3)

5. Indianapolis Colts. Pagano is the new “Ground Chuck.” (8).

6. San Francisco 49ers. If I had “Hitner’s” coverage skills, I’d be keeping a lower profile. (9).

7. Kansas City Chiefs. KC only team to go 2-14 to 4-0 since 1980 Lions. (11)

8. Miami Dolphins. Only small demerit for loss in NO. (6)

9. Detroit Lions. Bill Ford Jr. calls Bears “thugs.” As if Ndomakong Suh moonlights for the Vienna Boys Choir. (19)

10. Chicago Bears. Alshon Jeffrey keeps coming on. (4)

11. Tennessee Titans. Fitz walks into a buzzsaw: KC, SEA, SF. (16)

12. Green Bay Packers. Mike McCarthy 13-1 vs. Detroit. (13).

13. Baltimore Ravens. Time to throw Bryant McKinnie overboard. (10).

14. Houston Texans. Matt Schaub polling behind Bud Adams among Texan fans. (14).

15. San Diego Chargers. McCoy made Tebow look good; no wonder Rivers is hot. (18)

16. Atlanta Falcons. Can’t see Matt Ryan losing 2 straight at home. (14).

17. Cincinnati Bengals. Browns made Dalton look like a tomato can. (7).

18. Dallas Cowboys.’Boys 24-28 since 2010. (15)

19. Cleveland Browns. Weeden has a big-league arm. (22)

20. N.Y. Jets. Could use catches from David Nelson. (17)

21. Washington Redskins. Maryland uniforms are hideous. (23).

22. Buffalo Bills. Holding it together with duct tape for a few weeks. (25)

23. Minnesota Vikings. Waffling on QB plan. (28).

24. Carolina Panthers. Wondering whatever happened to Norm Snead? (26)

25. Arizona Cardinals. Can’t beat Matt’s Big Breakfast. (24)

26. St. Louis Rams. Rams fans are irate at Brian Schottenheimer. (20)

27. Philadelphia Eagles. Eagles No. 32 in time of possession, Giants No. 31. (21)

28. Oakland Raiders. “Started from the bottom, now we here.” (30)

29. N.Y. Giants. Paul Pasqualoni joining Lane Kiffin, Dick Jauron, Charlie Weis, Rich Kotite in Never Shoulda Been Hired Coaches Assn. (27)

30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Fair-weather Tampa fans deserve a team like this. (28)

31. Pittsburgh Steelers. RIP L.C. Greenwood. (29)

32. Jacksonville Jaguars. Misery loves company: 2008 Detroit Lions have put Dom Perignon on ice. (32)

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