NFL Week 1 Power Rankings

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May 8, 2014; New York, NY, USA; A general view of a helmet and NFL shield logo before the start of the 2014 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

The 2014 NFL season is upon us.  Let’s take a look at where all the teams stand before the Packers and Seahawks get the season going on Thursday. Let’s get started with the first Power Rankings of the season:

 

32

Oakland Raiders, 0-0

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Rookie Derek Carr gets the nod in what will be a long road.
31

Cleveland Browns, 0-0

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Just counting the days until Johnny Football takes over.
30

Jacksonville Jaguars, 0-0

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I think the Jags will be better than most people expect.  They can’t keep Blake Bortles on the sidelines too long.
29

Minnesota Vikings, 0-0

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There’s not much on offense besides Adrian Peterson.  Can he carry the Vikings out of the NFC North cellar?
28

Dallas Cowboys, 0-0

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An already bad defense took a big hit losing Sean Lee.  Not sure they can recover defensively.  Romo always makes things interesting.
27

Miami Dolphins, 0-0

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After a disastrous season off the field and in the locker room, the Dolphins look to rebuild the offensive line in front of Ryan Tannehill.  Can Knowshon Moreno live up to a breakthrough 2013 season?
26

Houston Texans, 0-0

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JJ Watt and Jadeveon Clowney could wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks, but it’s their own QB situation that will define the Texans.
25

Buffalo Bills, 0-0

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Can the Bills take advantage of top draft choice Sammy Watkins when EJ Manual is delivering the ball?

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