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Vic Carucci's Week 10 NFL Power Rankings

  1. New England Patriots. This stat says plenty about their season: Tom Brady leads the NFL with a staggering 14.4 yards per pass attempt on third down. (1)

 

  1. Dallas Cowboys. Amazing to think NFL MVP candidate Dak Prescott could be benched soon. (2)

 

  1. Oakland Raiders. With stars and undrafted contributors, GM Reggie McKenzie is making a strong executive-of-the-year case. (4)

 

  1. Atlanta Falcons. Eleven different receivers have caught 23 touchdowns from Matt Ryan. (5)

 

  1. Kansas City Chiefs. Now opponents have to try to block Justin Houston and Dee Ford. (6)

 

  1. Seattle Seahawks. Russell Wilson is finding his groove – and Jimmy Graham. (9)

 

  1. Arizona Cardinals. Things could get ugly against the hapless 49ers. (10)

 

  1. New York Giants. Their leader in sacks is a safety … but haven’t they spent a fortune on defensive linemen? (12)

 

  1. Detroit Lions. Matthew Stafford has a legitimate piece of the MVP conversation. (17)

 

  1. Miami Dolphins. Ryan Tannehill’s game management might be good enough as long as Jay Ajayi keeps piling up yards. (18)

 

  1. Baltimore Ravens. Look who’s suddenly sitting atop the AFC North? (24)

 

  1. Denver Broncos. Their vaunted defense could be in for a whole lot of hurt from the Saints. (3)

 

  1. Washington Redskins. Rob Kelley gets to show what kind of runner he is vs. strong Vikings defense. (15)

 

  1. Cincinnati Bengals. The defense apparently decided that resting, not changing, was the best way to spend the bye. (14)

 

  1. Green Bay Packers. What’s wrong with these guys? (11)

 

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers. And what’s wrong with these guys? (13)

 

  1. Philadelphia Eagles. Remember when people were marveling over Carson Wentz’s leap from small-college star to the NFL? (7)

 

  1. Minnesota Vikings. At 2.7 yards per rush, they’re on pace to have the worst ground game in NFL history. (8)

 

  1. San Diego Chargers. As the team plays, the community says no to a new stadium. (19)

 

  1. Houston Texans. Losing the turnover battle is a big problem. (20)

 

  1. Buffalo Bills. Hard to see them overcoming the loss of Eric Wood. (16)

 

  1. Carolina Panthers. Cam Newton is running a bit more cautiously. (22)

 

  1. New Orleans Saints. Keep an eye on this team. (23)

 

  1. Indianapolis Colts. See how well you can do when you play a complete game? (26)

 

  1. Tennessee Titans. Marcus Mariota is taking a whole lot of heat from Titans fans. (25)

 

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They can only hope their bye allowed them fix some of their many problems on defense. (21)

 

  1. Los Angeles Rams. So … still nothing with Jared Goff? (27)

 

  1. Chicago Bears. Yes, Jay Cutler voted for Trump and he doesn’t care who knows about it. (28)

 

  1. New York Jets. Some of their defensive linemen apparently have better things to do than go to meetings. (29)

 

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars. Still a train wreck. (31)

 

  1. San Francisco 49ers. These guys are every bit as bad as the Browns. (30)

 

32. Cleveland Browns. No words to describe how awful this team is. (32)

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