NFL Power Rankings: Week 7

Ken McClishContributor IOctober 20, 2009

NEW ORLEANS - OCTOBER 18:  Drew Brees #9 of the New Orleans Saints celebrates after watching Mike Bell #21 score a touchdown against the New York Giants at the Louisiana Superdome on October 18, 2009 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

32. Rams

I think this team will be a heck of a lot better come next season. Keep your heads up Rams fans.

31. Lions

At least there's no loss this week. Stafford being injured slides this team down a couple.

30. Buccaneers

You came close bucs.

29. Browns

It was close against a good team. The Browns will be good sooner rather than later.

28. Redskins

Snyder is doing this all wrong. You don't call a coach out publicly to remove his 'play calling duties'. Bad vibe with this team. It's easy to see Zorn's uneasiness in his interviews. When the head coach isn't confident, it trickles down to the entire team.

27. Titans

From looking at the thought my old elementary football team showed up to play the Pats.

26. Chiefs

Nice win Chiefs.

25. Raiders

What the heck happened? Great win. Hopefully the Raiders will build on this.

24. Bills

Possible coach-saver win? In any case..nice win Bills.

23. Seattle

Oops. I guess a healthy qb is not all that's needed.

22. Jaguars

21. Panthers

20. Jets

Growing pains sticking out like five interceptions in one game.

19. 49ers

I bet coach didn't give his team a vacation.

18. Chargers

These guys just aren't there all the way.

17. Miami

16. Texans

Schuab finally leads this team. A healthy Schuab that is.

15. Bears

The bye obviously didn't help.

14. Cowboys

13. Cardinals

Good win in Seattle. It surprised me. 

12. Packers

A-Rodge is still getting sacked -a lot. Will they be able to correct this in time for the rematch w/ Allen and co.? Heck..will A-Rodge last longer than Favre this year health wise?

11. Ravens

Great game in minny -but someone had to lose. These guys will make some noise in the playoffs. Count on it. Great time for a bye. Their defense needs to plug holes in the secondary.

10. Bengals

Hangover from the Ravens game.

9. Steelers

Good game versus the 6-0 Vikings coming next. These guys didn't dominate the Browns on the scoreboard though at home.

8. Eagles.

Lost focus maybe? Terrible loss. This is a head scratcher.

7. Giants

A good old fashion a*s whoopin by the Saints. No excuses. What happened to the Giants Defense?

6. Patriots

I bet these guys wish it snowed every game day when playing a win less team.

5. Falcons

Nice win against an underrated and well rested Bears team at home.

4. Broncos

This team is believing.

3. Vikings

An ugly victory is a victory -no matter what. Sidney Rice (WR) had a break out game. Favre gave his usual magic. Oh yeah...and 'AD' had 140+ yards on the ground versus Baltimore.

2. Colts

The bye pushes these guys up another notch somehow.

1. Saints

Whooping the so called 'number 1 team' says it all. MVP Brees is on a role. I think the Saints schedule favors them for a while as well -not that it matters. Nice win Saints.


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