Where Does Your Team Rank In The Week 6 NFL Power Rankings? Browns Fans, You Already Know…

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With week 5 of the NFL season in the bag, we’re starting to get a clearer idea of where all 32 teams stand.

The Minnesota Vikings are the last unbeaten and claim the top spot. They’re followed by a top 10 of solid teams with one loss each, who at this point would be disappointed if they failed to make the playoffs.

Week 6 will see two showdowns featuring top 10 teams from the NFC: Atlanta vs. Seattle and Dallas vs. Green Bay.

The Cleveland Browns fans just hope their team can win a single game this season, and their team has distinguished themselves as the league’s worst. At least you have the Cavaliers and Indians, Cleveland.

Without further adieu, here are the week 6 Power rankings.

Week 6’s Top 10 Teams:

1. Minnesota Vikings (5-0)

The Vikings earn the top spot after a dominant 5-0 start heading into their bye week, including a 31-13 shellacking of Houston in week 5. Their defense has shut down every team they’ve faced, and the Sam Bradford-led offense have been solid thus far.

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2.New England Patriots (4-1)

After being shutout by the Bills in week 4, New England got Tom Brady back and returned to form with a 33-13 beatdown of the helpless Browns. A home date with the Bengals is next for the Patriots.

3.  Seattle Seahawks (3-1)

The week 4 bye week after a relatively soft schedule won’t do them any favors, but the Seahawks continue to have one of the best defenses in the league and enjoy an unmatched home field advantage. A huge showdown this week with Atlanta will convey a lot about just how good this Seahawks squad is.

4.Denver Broncos (4-1)

The Broncos suffered their first loss of the season on Sunday against Atlanta, but starting QB Trevor Siemian missed the game due to injury so you can’t draw too many conclusions from that one. Siemian is expected to be back for Denver’s Thursday night clash with San Diego.

5.Pittsburgh Steelers (4-1)

The Steelers week 3 annihilation by the Eagles is looking increasingly like an aberration after Pittsburgh have rolled past the Chiefs and Jets the past two weeks. They’ll try to get win #5 in Miami on Sunday.

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6. Green Bay Packers (3-1)

The Packers offense isn’t quite as explosive as it was a few seasons ago but their defense looks much improved. If Aaron Rodgers can get rolling, watch out. Green Bay will take on the next team on this list at Lambeau Field on Sunday.

 7.Dallas Cowboys (4-1)

Dak Prescott hasn’t thrown an interception yet in his NFL career and fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliot leads the league in rushing behind a mauling offensive line. While a quarterback controversy seems to be looming when Tony Romo returns to health, for now they get the #6 slot after four straight victories. As mentioned, a big game with Green Bay is next for the Cowboys.

8.Atlanta Falcons (4-1)

Though their defense is a bit shaky, Atlanta’s high-octane offense powered them past last year’s Super Bowl teams in consecutive weeks. The running back tandem of Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman continues to be effective. They’re currently 6 point underdogs for their upcoming trip to Seattle.

9Philadelphia Eagles (3-1)

A bad loss against the lowly Lions coming off their bye week has taken some of the luster off of the Eagles, but Carson Wentz continues to be competent and their defense is strong. However, if they suffer another loss this weekend in Washington then the Eagles’ fast start will be a distant memory.

10.Oakland Raiders (4-1)

The Raiders were lucky to escape their game against the Chargers on with a win, and their defense has been disappointing. But they’re 4-1 and Raiders fans are rightly excited about their young offensive core of Derek Carr, Amari Cooper, Michael Crabtree and Latavius Murray. They’ll host division rival Kansas City on Sunday.

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The Rest:

11. Arizona Cardinals (2-3)

12. Kansas City Chiefs (2-2)

13. Carolina Panthers (1-4)

14. Cincinnati Bengals (2-3)

15. Buffalo Bills (3-2)

16. Baltimore Ravens (3-2)

17. Washington Redskins (3-2)

18. New York Giants (2-3)

19. Houston Texans (3-2)

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-3)

21.Los Angeles Rams (3-2)

22. Tennessee Titans (2-3)

23. Indianapolis Colts (2-3)

24. New York Jets (1-4)

25. Detroit Lions (2-3)

26. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-3)

27. San Diego Chargers (1-4)

28. New Orleans Saints (1-3)

29. Chicago Bears (1-4)

30. Miami Dolphins (1-4)

31. San Fransisco 49ers (1-4)

32. Cleveland Browns (0-5)











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