Power rankings from FOX Sports, ESPN, CBS Sports, USA Today, NJ Star-Ledger, NFL.com, Pro Football Talk, Chicago Tribune, Newsday, Washington Post, Detroit Free Press are put into the "Cruncher" to place the NFL's 32 teams. Follow the trends here.
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32. Oakland Raiders
The Raiders can't score. Can they win, even one game?
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31. Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jaguars get an angry Colts team for the second time. It probably won't end well.
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30. Tennessee Titans
A Steelers rally negated a solid effort. The frustration continues.
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29. Washington Redskins
Still more drama than anything else with the Redskins. It's very messy in D.C.
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28. New York Jets
The Jets come off a bye refreshed but without much to play for.
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27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Bucs won at Washington. Mike Evans is a stud.
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26. New York Giants
Odell Beckham Jr. is a star in the making. Everything else is a disaster.
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25. Carolina Panthers
Another bad loss, but the Panthers remain it. Barely.
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24. Minnesota Vikings
The Adrian Peterson saga continues. So does a losing season.
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23. Chicago Bears
The Bears won a game. They probably won't win many more.
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22. Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons are 0-6 outside the division, 4-0 in it. Really.
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21. St. Louis Rams
Dominated the Broncos. Yes, that really happened.
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20. New Orleans Saints
The Saints never lose at home. Except this year.
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19. Buffalo Bills
The Bills are slipping out of contention and buried under six feet of snow in Buffalo. Sounds fun.
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18. Houston Texans
J.J. Watt is as good as advertised and Ryan Mallett is 1-0 as the starting QB.
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17. Cleveland Browns
The Browns are banged up and there's little margin for error.
16. San Diego Chargers
The Chargers are in the mix and know there's not much margin for error.
15. Miami Dolphins
Ryan Tannehill is growing up nicely and the Dolphins are still in it.
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14. Baltimore Ravens
The Ravens return to action Monday night in New Orleans, and it feels like a must-win game.
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13. Pittsburgh Steelers
Don't count Ben Roethlisberger out. This team is flawed but contending.
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12. San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers wish it was January right now. They'll be a tough out.
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11. Cincinnati Bengals
A week after Andy Dalton melted, he and the whole team responded. The talent is there.
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10. Seattle Seahawks
It's very hard to repeat, as the Seahawks keep reminding us.
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9. Indianapolis Colts
The defense can't get enough stops against good teams.
8. Philadelphia Eagles
Mark Sanchez crashed back to earth in snowy Green Bay.
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7. Detroit Lions
The offense disappeared in Arizona.
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6. Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs are looking like contenders, even with minimal offense.
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5. Dallas Cowboys
Here comes the stretch run. Can Tony Romo and Demarco Murray hold up?
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4. Denver Broncos
The Broncos laid an egg in St. Louis and have some injuries. It's a long way to the finish.
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3. Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers keeps making highlight-reel plays. The defense is helping, too.
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2. Arizona Cardinals
Tough to argue with 9-1, right?
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1. New England Patriots
Remember the panic at 2-2? The Patriots are now 8-2.