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NFL power rankings: Week 4

1. Rams (4-0).

Injuries to Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters don’t matter as much when Jared Goff throws five touchdowns. (Previous: 1)

2. Chiefs (3-0).

Patrick Mahomes through three weeks: 13 touchdowns, zero interceptions. (4)

3. Eagles (2-1).

One week after Carson Wentz returned to the huddle, Alshon Jeffery and Jay Ajayi are set to join him. (6)

4. Jaguars (2-1).

Followed up a blowout victory against the Patriots with a 9-6 home loss to a Titans team starting Blaine Gabbert. (2)

5. Saints (2-1).

Alvin Kamara leads the NFL through three weeks with 430 yards from scrimmage. (15)

6. Panthers (2-1).

Signed former 49ers safety Eric Reid, who has the bye week to get up to speed. (11)

7. Dolphins (3-0).

Ryan Tannehill is 10-1 in his last 11 starts. (13)

8. Falcons (1-2).

The defense has been hammered by the injury bug. (7)

9. Steelers (1-1-1).

It’s tough to not root for James Conner. (16)

10. Bucs (2-1).

Will Jameis Winston reclaim the starting job? (9)

11. Bengals (2-1).

Allowing opponents to convert 52 percent of third downs, the highest mark in the league. (10)

12. Packers (1-1-1).

Aaron Rodgers returned to practice but is still dealing with a knee injury. (3)

13. Patriots (1-2).

Haven’t lost three consecutive games since 2002. (8)

14. Bears (2-1).

Haven’t won three consecutive games since 2013. (17)

15. Ravens (2-1).

First team in NFL history to score touchdowns on first 12 trips to the red zone. (18)

16. Redskins (2-1).

An early bye provides two weeks to prepare for a trip to New Orleans. (24)

17. Chargers (1-2).

Joey Bosa says he’ll miss the first half of the season, at least. (12)

18. Vikings (1-2-1).

If they were looking past the Bills to the Rams, that didn’t work out so well. (5)

19. Titans (2-1).

Rishard Matthews’ demanded release doesn’t help a struggling offense already missing Delanie Walker. (22)

20. Browns (1-1-1).

Baker Mayfield makes his first career start at Oakland. (23)

21. Broncos (2-1).

Can Case Keenum consistently move the chains and keep the Chiefs’ high-octane offense off the field? (19)

22. Bills (1-2).

That was cathartic. (32)

23. Lions (1-2).

Matt Patricia stuck it to his former boss as Detroit finally managed a 100-yard rusher. (29)

24. Seahawks (1-2).

A defense with multiple interceptions in each game this season gets Cardinals rookie Josh Rosen in his first career start. (28)

25. Cowboys (1-2).

The second-fewest passing yards and points scored in the NFL. (20)

26. Colts (1-2).

Adam Vinatieri needs one kick to break Morten Andersen’s career record of 565 field goals. (21)

27. Giants (1-2).

It’s Saquon Barkley vs. Alvin Kamara in a matchup of two of the game’s best young running backs. (26)

28. Jets (1-2).

Sam Darnold will have his hands full with the Jaguars defense. (27)

29. Texans (0-3).

Biggest disappointment in the league? (25)

30. 49ers (1-2).

C.J. Beathard takes over as Jimmy Garoppolo awaits knee surgery. (14)

31. Raiders (0-3).

Good thing they traded Khalil Mack. (30)

32. Cardinals (0-3).

It wasn’t an injury, but ineffectiveness that led to Sam Bradford being replaced. (31)

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