NFL Power Rankings Going Into Week 10

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Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts continue to climb their way up the NFL power rankings.

<p> NFL Power Rankings Going Into Week 10, including the Atlanta Falcons, Houston Texans, Chicago Bears, San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers, Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Giants, Denver Broncos, Baltimore Ravens, New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks, Minnesota Vikings, Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles.</p>

Athlon Sports' weekly rankings of NFL teams — from the best, the lone remaining undefeated Atlanta Falcons, to the worst, the staggering one-win Jacksonville Jaguars.

Here are our NFL Power Rankings following Week 9 of the season:



1. Falcons (8-0) Lone unbeaten remaining at season’s halfway point.

2. Texans (7-1) Despite flu, Arian Foster posts 20th 100-yard game.

3. Bears (7-1) Defense forces five turnovers, scores TD in win.

4. 49ers (6-2) Aldon Smith denies being attacked during bye week.

5. Packers (6-3) Perfect time for bye with Matthews, Nelson injured.

6. Steelers (5-3) Antonio Brown sprains ankle in victory over Giants.

7. Giants (6-3) Take 20–10 lead, outscored 14–0 in fourth quarter.

8. Broncos (5-3) Peyton Manning improves to 8–0 all-time vs. Cincy.

9. Ravens (6-2) John Harbaugh 5–0 after bye, 10–0 against Browns.

10. Patriots (5-3) Acquire troubled cornerback Aqib Talib during bye.

11. Seahawks (5-4) “Beast Mode” loses RB battle, wins war vs. “All Day.”

12. Vikings (5-4) Adrian Peterson posts best rushing total since 2008.

13. Colts (5-3) Chuck Pagano inspires Indy with emotional speech.

14. Saints (3-5) Drew Brees extends record TD streak to 51 games.

15. Eagles (3-5) Mike Vick, Andy Reid saga an ongoing soap opera.



16. Chargers (4-4) Fans hang “Mr. Spanos, please fire A.J. & Norv” sign.

17. Dolphins (4-4) Bradshaw apologizes for Bush “chicken” comments.

18. Lions (4-4) Matt Stafford fourth youngest QB to 10,000 yards.

19. Buccaneers (4-4) Doug Martin first RB with three 45-plus-yard TDs.

20. Cowboys (3-5) Jerry Jones is “extremely, extremely” disappointed.

21. Jets (3-5) Rex Ryan voted most overrated coach by players.

22. Titans (3-6) Bud Adams says team “outcoached and outplayed.”

23. Cardinals (4-5) Have an 0–5 record since starting the season 4–0.

24. Bengals (3-5) Have an 0–4 record since starting the season 3–1.

25. Rams (3-5) Danny Amendola set to return from shoulder injury.

26. Panthers (2-6) Snap five-game slide, spoil Skins’ “homecoming.”

27. Redskins (3-6) Throwback 1937 jerseys bad luck against Carolina.

28. Bills (3-5) Mario Williams has sack but loses return to Houston.

29. Raiders (3-5) Darren McFadden injures ankle in loss to Tampa Bay.

30. Browns (2-7) Fail to score a TD despite five trips to the red zone.

31. Chiefs (1-7) K.C. still has not led a single second in regulation.

32. Jaguars (1-7) Trailed 24–0 before face-saving scores vs. Lions.
 

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