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Power Ranking S7: the NFC East makes its law

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

Philadelphia (2nd), Dallas (6th) and New York (7th). Apart from Washington, all NFC East teams are in the Top 7 of this Power Ranking. A strong message for a division sometimes considered one of the worst in the league in recent years. If the Eagles and the Cowboys do not move this week, the Giants (+5) enter the dance.

They are part of the best progressions of the week, like the Seahawks (+7) and the Bears (+8). Conversely, the Chargers (-6), Buccaneers (-5) and Packers (-4) are suffering.

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 (5-1)

The AFC East rivals continue to put the pressure on.

Week 8: reception of the Packers.

2.Philadelphia Eagles (6-0)

Undefeated, but still second in this Power Ranking. Next objective: dislodge the Bills.

Week 8: reception of the Steelers.

3. Kansas City Chiefs (5-2)

The Chiefs shouldn’t be pissed off.

Week 8: rest.

4. Minnesota Vikings (5-1)

Given the level of the NFC, the Vikings left to quickly secure a place in the playoffs.

Week 8: reception of the Cardinals.

5. Cincinnati Bengals (4-3)

We found the Bengals from last year.

Week 8: trip to the Browns.

6. Dallas Cowboys (5-2)

Clean and efficient, Prescott made a smooth comeback.

Week 8: reception of the Bears.

7. New York Giants (6-1) +5

The Giants have the second-best record in the NFL.

Week 8: trip to the Seahawks.

8. Baltimore Ravens (4-3) +5

For once, the Ravens they managed to hold on.

Week 8: trip to the Buccaneers.

9. Tennessee Titans (4-2) +2

With Tannehill it’s not the foot, but with Derrick Henry they stay in the race.

Week 8: trip to the Texans.

10. Los Angeles Rams (3-3)

The priority now is to limit bullet losses.

Week 8: reception of the 49ers.

11. San Francisco 49ers (3-4) -4

The step was too high this weekend.

Week 8: trip to the Rams.

12. New York Jets (5-2) +2

Without Breece Hall, the pressure is back on Zach Wilson. Not necessarily good news.

Week 8: reception of the Patriots.

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-4) -5

A state of emergency is declared in Tampa Bay.

Week 8: reception of the Ravens.

14. Seattle Seahawks (4-3) +8

A defense in progress and a ground game that rolls on the opponent… it brings back memories in Seattle.

Week 8: reception of the Giants.

15. Los Angeles Chargers (4-3) -6

With all those injuries, the rest week couldn’t have come at a better time.

Week 8: rest.

16. Vegas Raiders (2-4)

Las Vegas finally comes to life on offense.

Week 8: trip to the Saints.

17. Miami Dolphins (4-3) +2

Tua Tagovailoa returns, the victory too.

Week 8: trip to the Lions.

18. Arizona Cardinals (3-4) +5

DeAndre Hopkins is going to do good on this offense.

Week 8: trip to the Vikings.

19. Green Bay Packers (3-4) -4

Things are looking bad in Wisconsin.

Week 8: trip to the Bills.

20. New England Patriots (3-4) -3

For once, the management of the Patriots raises questions.

Week 8: trip to the Jets.

21. Atlanta Falcons (3-4) -3

Without Casey Hayward or AJ Terrell, blocking the Bengals in the air was impossible.

Week 8: reception of the Panthers.

22. New Orleans Saints (2-5) -2

Big plays and interceptions, Andy Dalton made Jameis Winston.

Week 8: reception of the Raiders.

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

Have we seen the last minutes of Matt Ryan in the NFL?

Week 8: receipt of Orders.

24. Chicago Bears (3-4) +7

It is now necessary that Justin Fields connects the good performances.

Week 8: trip to the Cowboys.

25. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-5) -1

Najee Harris is currently living a nightmare.

Week 8: trip to the Eagles.

26. Denver Broncos (2-5) -1

Nathaniel Hackett is spoiling an impressive defense.

Week 8: trip to the Jaguars.

27. Washington Commanders (3-4) +2

Heinicke-McLaurin, the connection is working fine.

Week 8: trip to the Colts.

28. Cleveland Browns (2-5)

Maybe Nick Chubb should remind Kevin Stefanski

Week 8: reception of the Bengals.

29. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-5) -3

This young team from Jacksonville still has a lot to learn.

Week 8: reception of the Broncos.

30. Carolina Panthers (2-5) +2

No Christian McCaffrey? No worries on the ground for the Panthers.

Week 8: trip to the Falcons.

31. Detroit Lions (1-5) -4

4-18-1… Dan Campbell’s record in Detroit is not glorious.

Week 8: reception of the Dolphins.

32. Houston Texans (1-4-1) -2

Back to square one for the Texans.

Week 8: reception of the Titans.

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