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2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 10


Ranking all 32 NFL teams, from the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs to the scandalous Miami Dolphins.

1. Chiefs (9-0) Dwayne Bowe arrested during team’s bye week.

2. Broncos (8-1) Peyton Manning (right ankle) “definitely will play.”

3. Seahawks (9-1) Win rematch of NFC Divisional Round at Falcons.

4. Saints (7-2) Drew Brees backs fellow 6-footer Johnny Football.

5. Patriots (7-2) Rob Gronkowski Football 101 turns to dance party.

6. Colts (6-3) Lose four turnovers in blowout loss against Rams.

7. Lions (6-3) Leading black-and-blue NFC North division.

8. Panthers (6-3) Win defensive battle on the road at San Francisco.

9. 49ers (6-3) Colin Kaepernick struggles with 95 total yards.

10. Bengals (6-4) A.J. Green tip-drill Hail Mary TD not enough to win.

11. Bears (5-4) Charles Tillman placed on IR with triceps injury.

12. Packers (5-4) Seneca Wallace replaced by Scott Tolzien in defeat.

13. Jets (5-4) Santonio Holmes expected to return after bye week.

14. Cowboys (5-5) Allow 40 first downs, 625 total yards in ugly loss.

15. Eagles (5-5) Legend of Nick Foles grows with 16 TDs, zero INTs.

16. Cardinals (5-4) Score defensive TD on first play, never look back.

17. Rams (4-6) Tavon Austin breaks out with three-TD effort in win.

18. Chargers (4-5) King Dunlap suffers third concussion of year in loss.

19. Browns (4-5) Use bye to prepare for Buckeye Bowl vs. Cincinnati.

20. Ravens (4-5) End three-game losing streak with overtime win.

21. Titans (4-5) Jake Locker lost for season with Lisfranc foot injury.

22. Redskins (3-6) Man convicted of murder in 2007 Sean Taylor killing.

23. Giants (3-6) Big Blue Wrecking Crew 3–0 after ugly 0–6 start.

24. Steelers (3-6) Ben Roethlisberger insists he is long-term Steeler.

25. Raiders (3-6) Terrelle Pryor’s left knee injury a growing concern.

26. Bills (3-7) EJ Manuel struggles in return against Pittsburgh.

27. Falcons (2-7) Two defeats away from first losing year since 2007.

28. Vikings (2-7) Christian Ponder dislocates non-throwing shoulder.

29. Texans (2-7) Ed Reed released after saying team “outcoached.”

30. Jaguars (1-8) Snap 12-game losing streak against rival Titans.

31. Buccaneers (1-8) Darrelle Revis INT seals first win of year vs. Fins.

32. Dolphins (4-5) Losers in five of last six games following 3–0 start.

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