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NFL power rankings: Week 6 – Buffalo News

NFL power rankings: Week 6 – Buffalo News

1. Los Angeles Rams (5-0).

On to their first 5-0 start since 2001. (previous: 1)

2. Kansas City Chiefs (5-0).

Will the road to the Super Bowl travel through Kansas City? (2)

3. New Orleans Saints (4-1).

Everyone greets King Brees! (4)

4. Cincinnati Bengals (4-1).

Have lost six games against the Steelers. (5)

5. New England Patriots (3-2).

Hosting Chiefs is as big as a regular season game can be in early October. (6)

6. Carolina Panthers (3-1).

Unbeaten in four games against Washington since setting up Cam Newton. (7)

7. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-2).

Leonard Fournette will miss his fourth game. (3)

8. Philadelphia Eagles (3-3).

Carson Wentz and Co. defeated the Giants on Thursday Night Football. (8)

9. Chicago Bears (3-1).

Only team in the league that does not allow a fast-paced landing. (10)

10. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-2-1).

Underdogs for the first time this season. (15)

11. Minnesota Vikings (2-2-1).

Adam Thielen has surpassed more than 100 reception walls in every game. (19)

12. Green Bay Packers (2-2-1).

Hold on to Mason Crosby, who missed four field goals and an extra run last week. (9)

13. Loader from Los Angeles (3-2).

The 13 TD passes by Philip Rivers are the second highest in the NFL behind Patrick Mahomes & # 39; 14. (18)

14. Baltimore Ravens (3-2).

Top scoring defense in the league, averaging 15.4 points per game. (12)

15. Miami Dolphins (3-2).

DeVante Parker is expected back in the line-up. He missed four of the five games. (13)

16. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-2).

Jameis Winston starts for the first time this season. (16)

17. Seattle Seahawks (2-3).

Faced with old friend Marshawn Lynch and the Raiders in London. (21)

18. Tennessee Titans (3-2).

Allowing touchdowns to only 23 percent of travel to the red zone, the best brand in the NFL. (11)

19. New York Jets (2-3).

Sam Darnold vs. the Colts & # 39; 28th ranked passing defense. (28)

20. Detroit Lions (2-3).

Allowing 145 fast-flowing yards per game, the most in the competition. (24)

21. Houston Texans (2-3).

The & # 39; Andre Hopkins turns up against Tre & # 39; Davious White. (23)

22. Washington Redskins (2-2).

Adrian Peterson is expected despite shoulder burden. (17)

23. Denver Broncos (2-3).

Rookies Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman combine to an average of 5.5 yards per carry. (20)

24. Dallas Cowboys (2-3).

Allen Hurns says that play-calling is the fault. (22)

25. Cleveland Browns (2-2-1).

Have not won consecutive games since 2014. (30)

26. Atlanta Falcons (1-4).

Julio Jones has not scored TD in ten games since Atlanta's first match-up against the Bucs last season. (14)

27. Indianapolis Colts (1-4).

Andrew Luck has thrown 829 yards, seven TDs and two INTs in the past two weeks. (25)

28. New York Giants (1-5).

They have at least Saquon. (26)

29. Buffalo Bills (2-3).

On average, an NFL-worst 12.6 points per game. (31)

30. Oakland Raiders (1-4).

Have given up a home match to play abroad in four of the last five seasons. (29)

31. Arizona Cardinals (1-4).

Larry Fitzgerald continues to fight due to a hamstring injury. (32)

32. San Francisco 49ers (1-4).

Five wins in losses attributed to the previously winless Cardinals. (27)

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