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Power Rankings / Mark Gaughan ranks all 32 NFL teams

(Last week in parentheses)

1 New York Giants. Flying under radar at No. 1. (1)

2 Tennessee Titans. 5-0 for first time ever. (2)

3 Washington Redskins. Campbell no turnovers this year. (3)

4 Dallas Cowboys. Jessica Simpson's "people" blaming country music flop on Tony Romo. (4)

5 Carolina Panthers. Have won 3 of last 4 vs. Bucs. (9)

6 Pittsburgh Steelers. 4 of next 6 at Big Ketchup. (7)

7 Denver Broncos. Have won 6 straight at home. (14)

8 San Diego Chargers. Giving Bolts too much respect? (5)

9 New England Patriots. Don't believe in Cassel. (15)

10 Indianapolis Colts. Lucky they're not 0-4. (16)

11 Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Barrett Ruud way better than dad Tom. (6)

12 Arizona Cardinals. Breaston 16 catches in 2 games. (21)

13 Buffalo Bills. Need S.D. win today. (8)

14 Green Bay Packers. Won 19 of last 25. (10)

15 Chicago Bears. Forte has 555 scrimmage yards. (11)

16 Philadelphia Eagles. DeSean Jackson is en fuego. (12)

17 New York Jets. Revis becoming playmaker. (17)

18 Jacksonville Jaguars. Must run on Orange Mush. (13)

19 Miami Dolphins. Building off "Wildcat" success, Fish hire Meadowlark Lemon to add trickeration to attack. (25)

20 Baltimore Ravens. Defense has yielded just 3 TDs in 16 quarters. (20)

21 Minnesota Vikings. Winfield making Pro Bowl push. (19)

22 Atlanta Falcons. Burner Turner best free agent. (24)

23 New Orleans Saints. Security tight due to Internet rumor that Raiders & Saints helmets are plated with real silver & gold. (18)

24 San Francisco 49ers. Who did Moss burn? Nate. (22)

25 Seattle Seahawks. Limping home from Jersey massacre. (23)

26 Cleveland Browns. Mount St. Winslow Jr. waiting to erupt. (26)

27 Oakland Raiders. Kiffin may not challenge Godfather of Litigation. (27)

28 Houston Texans. Had Oilers-sized collapse vs. Colts. (29)

29 Cincinnati Bengals. Marvin's D never in top half of NFL. (30)

30 Kansas City Chiefs. LJ 7 carries for 2 yards last week. (28)

31 St. Louis Rams. Lost 8 straight by average of 37-14. (31)

32 Detroit Lions. Bill Ford considers Bernanke & Paulson to replace Matt Millen. (32)

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