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Power Ranking S6: Ravens and Cardinals lose feathers

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

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…


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1.Buffalo Bills (5-1)

For Josh Allen, revenge is a dish to be eaten with cold blood.

Week 7: rest.

2.Philadelphia Eagles (6-0)

Faced with the Eagles in the second quarter, the opponents know they will have a bad time.

Week 7: rest.

3. Kansas City Chiefs (4-2)

These two teams will meet again.

Week 7: trip to the 49ers.

4. Minnesota Vikings (5-1) +1

Without being exceptional, the Vikings are 5-1.

Week 7: rest.

5. Cincinnati Bengals (3-3) +1

When Joe Burrow needs it, Chase comes running.

Week 7: reception of the Falcons.

6. Dallas Cowboys (4-2) +4

The very definition of encouraging defeat.

Week 7: Lions reception.

7. San Francisco 49ers (3-3) -3

In San Francisco, it’s the hospital that doesn’t care about parity.

Week 7: reception of the Chiefs.

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

The Buccaneers still can’t get by with traffic jams in the red zone.

Week 7: trip to the Panthers.

9. LA Chargers (4-2) +3

Justin Herbert doesn’t look 100% yet

Week 7: reception of the Seahawks.

10. Los Angeles Rams (3-3) +3

Hollywood is always so carried by its stars.

Week 7: rest.

11. Tennessee Titans (3-2)

Derrick Henry needs to get back to his level.

Week 7: reception of the Colts.

12. New York Giants (5-1) +3

Character is making a difference in New York right now.

Week 7: trip to the Jaguars.

13. Baltimore Ravens (3-3) -6

Once again the Ravens have been caught.

Week 7: reception of the Browns.

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

Robert Saleh finally offers us a spicy defense.

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Week 7: trip to the Broncos.

15. Green Bay Packers (3-3) -7

The Green Bay team is going to Lambeau.

Week 7: trip to the Commanders.

16. Vegas Raiders (1-4)

Las Vegas is the best team at 1-4 in the league, but that’s not enough to win games.

Week 7: reception of the Texans.

17. New England Patriots (3-3) +2

For two games on the New England side, it is: “I Zap and I watch”. Not so bad !

Week 7: reception of the Bears.

18. Atlanta Falcons (3-3) +3

Dean Pease is righting that defense.

Week 7: trip to the Bengals.

19. Miami Dolphins (3-3) -5

Without an offensive line, the task of the Miami quarterback becomes much more complicated.

Week 7: reception of the Steelers.

20. New Orleans Saints (2-4)

In the duel between Jameis Winston, aka the NFL’s Lucky Luck, the man who throws faster than his shadow, and Dalton, the trend is turning.

Week 7: trip to the Cardinals.

21. Indianapolis Colts (3-2-1) +4

The Colts won as Matt Ryan threw 58 times.

Week 7: trip to the Titans.

22. Seattle Seahawks (3-3) +4

With Walker III, it’s Kenneth and flawless.

Week 7: trip to the Chargers.

23. Arizona Cardinals (2-4) -6

To register only 9 points with the defense of Seattle is almost a malpractice.

Week 7: reception of the Saints.

24. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-4) +4

Is Trubiski able to climb the slope?

Week 7: trip to the Dolphins.

25. Denver Broncos (2-4) -3

Russell Wilson Hollow.

Week 7: reception of the Jets.

26. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-4) -3

Without bags, it is difficult to travel.

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Week 7: reception of the Giants.

27. Detroit Lions (1-4)

Detroit expects more from Aidan Hutchinson.

Week 7: trip to the Cowboys.

28. Cleveland Browns (2-4) -4

Kevin Stefanski could send Joe Woods to the fire.

Week 7: trip to the Ravens.

29. Washington Commanders (2-4) +2

You would take a glass of Heinicke again.

Week 7: reception of the Packers.

30. Houston Texans (1-3-1)

Jack Estearby bye!

Week 7: trip to the Raiders.

31. Chicago Bears (2-4) -2

Mooney, Mooney, Money…

Week 7: trip to the Patriots.

32. Carolina Panthers (1-5)

If he had wanted to flee a catastrophic situation, Robbie Anderson would not have gone about it any other way.

Week 7: reception of the Buccaneers.

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