2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 6

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Ranking all 32 NFL teams, from the Broncos to the Jaguars.

Ranking all 32 NFL teams, from the Broncos to the Jaguars.

1. Broncos (6-0) Peyton Manning loses two fumbles, throws pick-six.

2. Chiefs (6-0) Beat Raiders at Arrowhead for first time since 2006.

3. Patriots (5-1) Tom Brady throws winning TD with five seconds left.

4. Saints (5-1) Jimmy Graham (leg) exits in fourth quarter of loss.

5. Seahawks (5-1) Russell Wilson improves to 11–0 at home in Seattle.

6. 49ers (4-2) Big players make big plays in third straight victory.

7. Packers (3-2) Earn first road win after losses at San Fran, Cincy.

8. Colts (4-2) Chuck Pagano loses to Chargers DC brother, John.

9. Lions (4-2) Outscored Browns 24–0 in second half of victory.

10. Bears (4-2) Brandon Marshall fined $10,500 for green shoes.

11. Bengals (4-2) Mike Nugent bounces back with game-winning FG.

12. Cowboys (3-3) Give owner Jerry Jones a win on his 71st birthday.

13. Eagles (3-3) Nick Foles shines as Mike Vick watches from sideline.

14. Ravens (3-3) Lost to NFC team at home for first time in 14 games.

15. Dolphins (3-2) Ryan Tannehill has “plenty of arm,” few deep throws.

16. Rams (3-3) Defense, special teams score TDs in blowout win.

17. Texans (2-4) Home crowd cheers injured Matt Schaub on ground.

18. Falcons (1-4) Tony Gonzalez to K.C. trade rumors continue to swirl.

19. Titans (3-3) Unable to stop “Beast Mode” in loss at Seahawks.

20. Chargers (3-3) Philip Rivers outplays Andrew Luck in MNF victory.

21. Cardinals (3-3) Calais Campbell carted off field, but hopes to play.

22. Panthers (2-3) Cam Newton’s four scores lead Cats past Vikings.

23. Redskins (1-4) RG3 has three multi-turnover efforts in five games.

24. Jets (3-3) Marty Lyons inducted into Ring of Honor at halftime.

25. Browns (3-3) Brandon Weeden “bone-headed play” seals loss.

26. Bills (2-4) Thad Lewis scores three TDs in overtime defeat.

27. Raiders (2-4) Terrelle Pryor says team will “get to the playoffs.”

28. Vikings (1-4) Adrian Peterson plays after 2-year-old son’s death.

29. Steelers (1-4) Fourth team to reach 600 wins (including playoffs).

30. Giants (0-6) Worst start for Big Blue since 0–9 record in 1976.

31. Buccaneers (0-5) Third player diagnosed with MRSA staph infection.

32. Jaguars (0-6) Record underdogs (+28) only lost by 16 points.

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