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Power Ranking S4: the Chiefs back on the podium

Wednesday on DNA of Sports, it’s Power Ranking! 3, 2, 1, Go!

After such a performance, it’s hard not to show Patrick Mahomes and his band. For the 4th time this season, the Chiefs (+1) find themselves on the podium. They still have a little way to go to overtake the first two in this ranking: Buffalo and Philadelphia.

In the rest of the ranking, some teams are on the upward slope like the 49ers (+5), the Raiders (+6) and especially the Falcons (+8). Conversely, the Bronws (-7), Broncos (-4) or Patriots (-4) are struggling this week.

Time passes, it’s time to take stock. Here is our ranking. This hierarchy is not only based on the number of successes, but also on the current form. If two teams are close and haven’t played each other recently, one wonders which one would win if the match was played today. Beating the strongest isn’t going to propel you to the top in a snap. Losing to one of the dunces won’t plunge you into the abyss either. You can gain and tumble, tilt and climb.

It’s the ruthless law of Power Ranking…

1.Buffalo Bills (3-1)

The Bills rallied from a 17-point deficit to stay top of the Power Rankings.

Week 5: reception of the Steelers.

2.Philadelphia Eagles (4-0)

The Eagles managed to get their heads out of the water against the Jaguars.

Week 5: trip to the Cardinals.

3. Kansas City Chiefs (3-1) +1

Travis Kelce said it: Mahomes is the Houdini of our time. A Wizard of Oz who passes his passes to perfection.

Week 5: reception of the Raiders.

4. Green Bay Packers (3-1) +1

Aaron Rodgers has found a tight end and he knows Tonyan by heart.

Week 5: reception of the Giants.

5. Cincinnati Bengals (2-2) +5

The Bengals show their claws again.

Week 5: trip to the Ravens.

6. Miami Dolphins (3-1) -3

Hopefully this story gets things going.

Week 5: trip to the Jets.

7. San Francisco 49ers (2-2) +5

With the YAC brothers, Jimmy Garoppolo is the captain of an offensive boat that no longer pitches much.

Week 5: trip to the Panthers.

8. Los Angeles Rams (2-2) -2

Is it officially time to worry for the Rams?

Week 5: reception of the Cowboys.

9. Minnesota Vikings (3-1)

A victory snatched from high Lutz.

Week 5: reception of the Bears.

10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-2) -3

The defense cracked, but the attack regained color.

Week 5: reception of the Falcons.

11. Baltimore Ravens (2-2) -3

John Harbaugh had to answer for his decision to journalists… and to Marcus Peters.

Week 5: reception of the Bengals.

12. Dallas Cowboys (3-1) +1

And to think we buried them after Prescott’s injury. Since then, they have not lost a match.

Week 5: trip to the Rams.

13. Tennessee Titans (2-2) +2

The king’s return.

Week 5: trip to the Commanders.

14. Los Angeles Chargers (2-2) +3

Salyer’s debut was sweet, but it will get tough next week against the Browns’ pass-rush.

Week 5: trip to the Browns.

16. Vegas Raiders (1-3) +6

This is good for both Josh: Jacobs and McDaniels.

Week 5: trip to the Chiefs.

15. Denver Broncos (2-2) -5

A defeat and injuries, the Broncos lived a Sunday to forget.

Week 5: reception of the Colts.

17. Arizona Cardinals (2-2) +2

All the teams in the NFC West meet back to back in twos.

Week 5: reception of the Eagles.

18. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-2) -2

A rain of lost balls made victory impossible for the Jaguars.

Week 5: reception of the Texans.

19. New York Giants (3-1) +4

Saquon Barkley is so important to this offense that he was used behind center when all quarterbacks were unavailable.

Week 5: trip to the Packers.

20. Atlanta Falcons (2-2) +8

Falcons do ground damage.

Week 5: trip to the Buccaneers.

21. Cleveland Browns (2-2) -7

Brissett only threw 2 interceptions in 4 games, but each time they cost the game.

Week 5: reception of the Chargers.

22. New Orleans Saints (1-3) -4

In the land of soccer, the victory of the Vikings was played with a kick on the crossbar.

Week 5: reception of the Seahawks.

23. Indianapolis Colts (1-2-1) -3

Nothing is going well in Indianapolis and in addition Jonathan Taylor is injured.

Week 5: trip to the Broncos.

24. Seattle Seahawks (2-2) +5

Russell who?

Week 5: trip to the Saints.

25. Detroit Lions (1-3) -1

Since the start of the season, Detroit has scored 140 points and allowed 141. At least we don’t get bored in front of the Lions.

Week 5: trip to the Patriots.

26. New England Patriots (1-3) -4

The Patriots lost, but we can say hats off to Zappe.

Week 5: Lions reception.

27. New York Jets (2-2) +4

Back Wilson!

Week 5: reception of the Dolphins.

28. Pittsburgh Steelers (1-3) -3

Let’s hope for once that the Pickett is a good wine, that it gets better with time.

Week 5: trip to the Bills.

29. Carolina Panthers (1-3) -3

When we come to be looking forward to the return of Sam Darnold, it means that nothing is going right.

Week 5: reception of the 49ers.

30. Chicago Bears (2-2) -3

Justin Fields broke his season record for completions… with 11.

Week 5: trip to the Vikings.

31. Washington Commanders (1-3) -1

11 penalties for 136 yards lost. This is often the sign of a team that is going badly.

Week 5: reception of the Titans.

32. Houston Texans (0-3-1)

In this attack, the truth will come from Pierce.

Week 5: trip to the Jaguars.

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