2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 5

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Ranking all 32 NFL teams, from the undefeated Denver Broncos to the winless Jacksonville Jaguars.

1. Broncos (5-0) Peyton Manning’s statistics even bigger in Big D.

2. Saints (5-0) Drew Brees gets first win at Soldier Field in fourth try.

3. Chiefs (5-0) K.C. off to best start since 9–0 record in 2003.

4. Colts (4-1) Andrew Luck leads ninth fourth-quarter comeback.

5. Seahawks (4-1) Squander early 12–0 lead in loss at Indianapolis.

6. 49ers (3-2) Injury-riddled Niners solid gold in win over Texans.

7. Packers (2-2) Winners of 23 straight over Lions in Wisconsin.

8. Bengals (3-2) Hold Patriots without TD for first time since 2009.

9. Patriots (4-1) Tom Brady’s TD pass streak ends at 52 straight.

10. Ravens (3-2) Pass rush brings talents and heat to South Beach.

11. Lions (3-2) Calvin Johnson (knee) sits out loss at Green Bay.

12. Bears (3-2) Alshon Jeffery sets team receiving mark (218 yards).

13. Cowboys (2-3) Not the “same old Tony Romo,” but same outcome.

14. Texans (2-3) Gary Kubiak gives Matt Schaub vote of confidence.

15. Dolphins (3-2) Suffer second straight loss after promising 3–0 start.

16. Eagles (2-3) Nick Foles throws two TDs subbing for Mike Vick.

17. Titans (3-2) Five straight three-and-outs to open loss vs. Chiefs.

18. Jets (3-2) Geno Smith throws three TDs in upset over Atlanta.

19. Falcons (1-4) Back-to-back home losses for first time since 2009.

20. Redskins (1-3) RG3 hopes to bounce back strong after bye week.

21. Rams (2-3) End three-game losing streak with win over Jags.

22. Cardinals (3-2) Record seven sacks, first safety in nine seasons.

23. Browns (3-2) Brandon Weeden leads win after Brian Hoyer injury.

24. Raiders (2-3) Charles Woodson ties record with 13th defensive TD.

25. Chargers (2-3) Post past-prime-time loss at Oakland’s Black Hole.

26. Bills (2-3) EJ Manuel out 4-to-6 weeks, Thad Lewis to start.

27. Panthers (1-3) Ugly effort included nine penalties for 79 lost yards.

28. Vikings (1-3) Add Josh Freeman to Ponder, Cassel QB carrousel.

29. Steelers (0-4) Ryan Clark boasts team not “out of” playoff hunt.

30. Giants (0-5) Big Blue feeling blue, 0–5 for first time since 1987.

31. Buccaneers (0-4) Warren Sapp critical of embattled Greg Schiano.

32. Jaguars (0-5) Justin Blackmon shines in debut after suspension.

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