Week 5 NFL Power Rankings

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Sep 29, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) passes against the Buffalo Bills during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Bills beat the Ravens 23-20. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

12. Baltimore Ravens (2-2) (11) 5 interceptions by Joe Flacco shows why you don’t overpay for a “franchise” quarterback

11. Miami Dolphins (3-1) (7) Come back down to Earth after a trip to the Superdome.

10. Dallas Cowboys (2-2) (8) Tops in the NFC East, but that’s not saying much.

9. Chicago Bears (3-1) (5) Reggie Bush humbled the once-proud Bears defense as his former team, the Saints, head to Soldier Field.

8. San Francisco 49ers (2-2) (12) Bounceback win over the Rams and welcome the inconsistent Texans for a prime time showdown.

Sep 29, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush (21) leaps over Chicago Bears strong safety Major Wright (21) on his way to a thirty seven yard touchdown run in the second quarter at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

7.  Detroit Lions (3-1) (10) Just leaped into first in the NFC North, but a big test coming up with a trip to Green Bay on deck against a well-rested Packers team.

6. Indianapolis Colts (3-1) (9) Biggest challenge of the season coming to town – the undefeated Seahawks.

5. Kansas City Chiefs (4-0) (6) Combined record of the teams they beat? 3-13 Titans a step up in class.

4. New England Patriots (4-0) (4) Solid road win in Atlanta, still without Gronk. Losing DT Vince Wilfork really hurts.

3. New Orleans Saints (4-0) (3) Brees carved up the Dolphins and served ‘em up Cajun style.

2. Seattle Seahawks (4-0) (2) This week 12th man? Matt Schaub.

1. Denver Broncos (4-0) (1) Are there any more accolades for Peyton Manning.  He’s like a surgeon, only one who does bad satellite TV commercials.

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  • Santee Jack

    Dallas gets stomped on by a lower rated team and they drop two spaces to #10? They are way overrated!