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Power Rankings (week 4)

September 30, 2015 by Steel Haven

Rnk LW* Team Record Comments
1. 1. Green Bay Packers 3-0 Multiple offensive injuries rendered meaningless by play of Rodgers.
2. 2. New England Patriots 3-0 Don't really need the early bye.
3. 3. Arizona Cardinals 3-0 Cruised to victory with a pair of pick 6s to open the game.
4. 4. Denver Broncos 3-0 Kubiak deserves credit for not being stubborn and allowing Peyton to line up in shotgun, run the offense.
5. 6. Cincinnati Bengals 3-0 Dalton's first solid quarter of the season in the fourth in Baltimore helped bury the Ravens.
6. 8. Carolina Panthers 3-0 Newly acquired Allen should help pass rush with Johnson placed on IR designated to return.
7. 7. Pittsburgh Steelers 2-1 Loss of Roethlisberger obviously disastrous.
8. 10. Atlanta Falcons 3-0 Quinn early leader for coach of the year.
9. 11. Seattle Seahawks 1-2 Return of Chancellor had desired effect.
10. 13. Buffalo Bills 2-1 Defense the real deal, need Taylor to continue stellar play.
11. 5. Dallas Cowboys 2-1 Weeden pick up 21-7 in the second quarter killed their momentum. Playing without last year's big three on offense.
12. 17. Minnesota Vikings 2-1 Rejuvenated by return of Purple Jesus to dominance.
13. 19. Philadelphia Eagles 1-2 Got the win they needed in the Meadowlands, offense still completely out of synch.
14. 9. New York Jets 2-1 Optimism of first two weeks quickly put to rest thanks to Fitzpatrick's mistakes.
15. 18. Indianapolis Colts 1-2 Luck still has never lost to the Titans in his career.
16. 22. Oakland Raiders 2-1 Carr, Murray and Cooper give them a young, quickly developing big 3 on offense.
17. 12. Miami Dolphins 1-2 Philbin the early leader for first coach to be fired. Uncompetitive at home against division rival Bills after losing in Jacksonville the previous week.
18. 14. San Diego Chargers 1-2 Still holding serve. Return home after a pair of road losses against tough competition.
19. 15. Kansas City Chiefs 1-2 Multiple garbage time scores made debacle in Green Bay look somewhat respectable.
20. 27. Houston Texans 1-2 Tied for first/last place in league's worst division.
21. 30. New York Giants 1-2 Can Cruz provide Eli with another weapon?
22. 16. Baltimore Ravens 0-3 Lost 3 straight to start the season for the first time in post-Browns franchise history.
23. 20. Jacksonville Jaguars 1-2 Non-descript. Can't shake the feeling they need to get out of Jacksonville before ever seriously competing.
24. 21. San Francisco 49ers 1-2 Kaepernick looks deer-in-the-headlights lost, Tomsula shouldn't be the head coach of a HS team.
25. 23. Washington Redskins 1-2 Going nowhere with Cousins.
26. 24. St. Louis Rams 1-2 Lack any semblance of a passing game.
27. 25. Detriot Lions 0-3 Winless heading to Seattle, not good.
28. 26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1-2 The future is definitely not now. Winston does give them some hope.
29. 28. Cleveland Browns 1-2 Going back to McCown had predictable results.
30. 29. Tennessee Titans 1-2 Mariota tied Rypien as the only QBs to throw 8 TD passes in their first 3 games.
31. 31. New Orleans Saints 0-3 Already behind a pair of teams by 3 games in their division.
32. 32. Chicago Bears 0-3 Last time they were shut out was December '02.

*Last week's final regular season ranking

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