Without further ado, here are the bottom dozen teams that dwell in the cellar in week 7...
No. 32: Carolina Panthers (0-5)
The Carolina Panthers had a bye-week in Week 6 and remain at the bottom of the pack with an 0-5 overall record.
No. 31: Buffalo Bills (0-5)
The Bills joined the Panthers as winless teams with bye-weeks on Sunday, as Buffalo remains grounded at No. 31 in this week’s power rankings.
No. 30: Cleveland Browns (1-5)
After being destroyed by the Pittsburgh Steelers 28-10 in Week 6, the Cleveland Browns have dropped to No. 30 in the NFL Week 7 power rankings.
No. 29: Dallas Cowboys (1-4)
Dallas just barely cracked the top 30 in this week’s power rankings, as the reeling Cowboys lost again in Week 6 and dropped to 1-4 overall.
No. 28: Detroit Lions (1-5)
Detroit lost again, as the Lions have dug deeper into the power rankings cellar, at No. 28 heading into Week 7.
No. 27: San Francisco 49ers (1-5)
The San Francisco 49ers finally won in this week, jumping the former winless team a few notches in this week’s power rankings to No. 27.
No. 26: Oakland Raiders (2-4)
After Oakland lost 17-9 to San Francisco on Sunday, the Raiders dropped a few spots from last week’s power rankings, coming in at No. 26 in week 7.
No. 25: San Diego Chargers (2-4)
For some reason, San Diego can’t find a way to win ball games this season—as the Chargers enter Week 7 at No. 25.
No. 24: Cincinnati Bengals (2-3)
The 2-4 Bengals had a bye-week on Sunday, as Cincinnati remains near the bottom of the power rankings at No. 24.
No. 23: Denver Broncos (2-4)
With Denver’s latest loss, the Broncos are now 2-4 in 2010 and sit at No. 23 in the Week 7 NFL power rankings.
No. 22: Minnesota Vikings (2-3)
The Vikings can win a close game after all, regardless of the victory coming against a terrible Dallas Cowboys team, as Minnesota jumps a few notches to No. 22 in this week’s NFL power rankings.
No. 21: St. Louis Rams (3-3)
With a 20-17 win over San Diego on Sunday, the St. Louis Rams have risen from the grave to No. 21.