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No. 32: Buffalo Bills (0-6)
The Buffalo Bills remain the lone winless team in the NFL this season, dropping a 37-34 decision to the Baltimore Ravens despite leading a majority of the game.
No. 31: Dallas Cowboys (1-5)
The Dallas Cowboys are absolutely terrible this season, and now must roll on without their starting QB, due to Tony Romo going down with an injury in the team’s 41-35 Monday night loss to Eli Manning and the New York Giants.
No. 30: San Francisco 49ers (1-6)
One week after picking up its first win of the 2010 NFL season, San Francisco had a chance of starting a streak; instead, the 49ers lost to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday afternoon, 23-20.
No. 29: Carolina Panthers (1-5)
As mentioned earlier, the Carolina Panthers picked up a win in Week 7 with a 23-20 victory over the 49ers, jumping the team a couple notches from last week’s NFL power rankings.
No. 28: Detroit Lions (1-5)
The Detroit Lions remain at No. 28 in the latest NFL power rankings, taking a bye week and a 1-5 overall record into Week 8.
No. 27: San Diego Chargers (2-5)
Despite a fourth-quarter surge, the San Diego Chargers dropped a 23-20 decision to the top-ranked New England Patriots—bringing a 2-5 overall record into Week 8.
No. 26: Cincinnati Bengals (2-4)
After falling behind early before battling back for a one-point lead heading into the fourth quarter, the Cincinnati Bengals still managed to find a way to lose—falling 39-32 to the Atlanta Falcons.
No. 25: Denver Broncos (2-5)
The Denver Broncos were absolutely destroyed on Sunday afternoon by the Oakland Raiders, 59-14, dropping the team down quite a bit in this week’s NFL power rankings.
No. 24: Cleveland Browns (2-5)
The Browns defense played superb in the team’s latest victory—a 30-17 win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday afternoon—bringing Cleveland into the Top 25 realm for the first time this season.
No. 23: Minnesota Vikings (2-4)
Brett Favre and the Vikings lost another close heartbreaker to the Packers on Sunday night in Green Bay, dropping the team to 2-4 overall. Questions abound surrounding Minnesota’s QB, especially in regards to his latest injury.
No. 22: St. Louis Rams (2-5)
The St. Louis Rams dropped a nail-biting, 18-17 defeat to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 7 of NFL action, dropping the team to 2-5 overall.
No. 21: Oakland Raiders (3-4)
The Raiders picked up a wild and unpredictable 59-14 blowout victory over the reeling Denver Broncos on Sunday afternoon, bringing Oakland to 3-4 overall in 2010 while jumping the team to No. 21 in this week’s NFL power rankings.