NFL POWER RANKINGS WEEK 7 AND BONUS FEATURES

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We’re now well into bye-week season, and the cream is starting to rise to the top. The early MVP race is shaping up nicely, especially with injuries dragging the Chief’s Patrick Mahomes back to the pack.

Two teams remain undefeated, one of which is very unexpected, and two teams remain winless, neither of which is shocking. With the trade deadline a little over a week away, more than a couple teams should be embracing the Dolphins philosophy of tanking. But we’ll have a more in depth look at that later.

For now, lets get to it. After 6 weeks of the NFL season, how do the squads currently stack up? Lets take a look:

  1. New England Patriots 6-0 (last week’s rank: 1)
  2. New Orleans Saints 5-1 (3)
  3. Green Bay Packers 5-1 (4)
  4. San Francisco 49ers 5-0 (8)
  5. Houston Texans 4-2 (5)
  6. Kansas City Chiefs 4-2 (2)
  7. Seattle Seahawks 5-1 (6)
  8. Buffalo Bills 4-1 (14)
  9. Indianapolis Colts 3-2 (9)
  10. Baltimore Ravens 4-2 (12)
  11. Dallas Cowgirls 3-3 (7)
  12. Chicago Bears 3-2 (10)
  13. Minnesota Vikings 4-2 (16)
  14. Philadelphia Eagles 3-3 (11)
  15. Los Angeles Rams 3-3 (13)
  16. Detroit Lions 2-2-1 (15)
  17. Carolina Panthers (18)
  18. Oakland Raiders 3-2 (19)
  19. Los Angeles Chargers 2-4 (21)
  20. Cleveland Browns 2-4 (17)
  21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-4 (22)
  22. Jacksonville Jaguars 2-4 (20)
  23. Arizona Cardinals 2-3-1 (28)
  24. New York Giants 2-4 (26)
  25. Pittsburgh Steelers 2-4 (25)
  26. New York Jets 1-4 (27)
  27. Tennessee Titans 2-4 (23)
  28. Denver Broncos 2-4 (29)
  29. Atlanta Falcons 1-5 (24)
  30. Washington Redskins 1-5 (31)
  31. Cincinnati Bengals 0-6 (30)
  32. Miami Dolphins 0-6 (32)

And in this week’s Top Ducker bonus feature, we’re going to rank the 32 CURRENT starting quarterbacks as they currently sit (this is NOT how they rank for their careers, no hate mail Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers fans)

Ducks

  1. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs
  2. Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks
  3. Deshaun Watson – Houston Texans
  4. Tom Brady – New England Patriots
  5. Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers
  6. Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowgirls
  7. Carson Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles
  8. Lamar Jackson – Baltimore Ravens
  9. Jacoby Brissett – Indianapolis Colts
  10. Matt Stafford – Detroit Lions
  11. Phillip Rivers – Los Angeles Chargers
  12. Jared Goff – Los Angeles Rams
  13. Kyler Murray – Arizona Cardinals
  14. Daniel Jones – New York Giants
  15. Jimmy Garapolo – San Francisco 49ers
  16. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons
  17. Teddy Bridgewater – New Orleans Saints
  18. Derek Carr – Oak-Vegas Raiders
  19. Sam Darnold – New York Jets
  20. Josh Allen – Buffalo Bills
  21. Baker Mayfield – Cleveland Browns
  22. Kirk Cousins – Minnesota Vikings
  23. Kyle Allen – Carolina Panthers
  24. Jameis Winston – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  25. Gardner Minshew – Jacksonville Jaguars
  26. Mason Rudolph – Pittsburgh Steelers
  27. Joe Flacco – Denver Broncos
  28. Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals
  29. Case Keenum – Washington Redskins
  30. Chase Daniel – Chicago Bears
  31. Ryan Fitzpatrick – Miami Dolphins
  32. Ryan Tannehill – Tennessee Titans

BONUS BONUS BONUS BONUS

end credit

Top 10 College Football Squads! This is not their resume, this is put one team in front of the other, who are the top squads in the nation!

  1. Alabama Crimson Tide- SEC
  2. Ohio State Buckeyes – Big Ten
  3. LSU Tigers – SEC
  4. Oklahoma Sooners – Big 12
  5. Clemson Tigers – ACC
  6. Georgia Bulldogs – SEC
  7. Wisconsin Badgers – Big Ten
  8. Penn State Nittany Lions – Big Ten
  9. Texas Longhorns – Big 12
  10. Florida Gators – SEC

 

  • Written by Jason Sullivan
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