NFL Power Rankings: Week 4

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Previous: 12th. Buffalo Bills. 10. team. 16. Tyrod Taylor keeps making plays. When that happens, the Bills are tough to beat. . (41-14)

Previous: 11th. Minnesota Vikings. 9. team. 60. Welcome back Adrian Peterson. After two weeks where he looked ordinary, AD was back in a big way this week. . (31-14)

87. The offense is currently Cam Newton and very little else. It is working at the moment, but he’s going to need more help for this winning streak to continue. . (27-22). Previous: 7th. Carolina Panthers. 8. team

36. The Seahawks got back on track vs an awful Bears teams. The offensive line is still a disaster though. They must get that fixed if they are going to live up to expectations. (26-0). Previous: 9th. Seattle Seahawks. 7. team

44. I’m going to keep using last week’s notes until the Falcons lose: “Dan Quinn is making an easy case for coach of the year. This team is playing much better than anyone expected.”. (39-28). Previous: 6th. Atlanta Falcons. 6. team

5. team. 56. Another big win with another appearance of good Andy Dalton. At what point does bad Andy Dalton return and ruin another season for the Bengals?. (28-24). Previous: 5th. Cincinnati Bengals

team. 45. Denver’s defense is legit, so are the concerns about Peyton Manning. Until CJ Anderson gets healthy, the offense will continue to struggle.. (24-12). Previous: 4th. Denver Broncos. 4

32. The Cardinals look like a legit contender. Their schedule has something to do with that, but they’ve also played very well. . (47-7). Previous: 3rd. Arizona Cardinals. 3. team

(51-17). Previous: 2nd. New England Patriots. 2. team. 47. The Patriots got a blowout win over a bad Jaguars team. The Pats have yet to be tested. 

Green Bay Packers. 1. team. 49. The Packers are the one 3-0 team that has faced some stiff competition. They’ve looked almost unbeatable so far this season. . (38-28). Previous: 1st

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