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Originally published November 9, 2013 at 6:12 PM | Page modified November 9, 2013 at 6:15 PM

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Jayson Jenks’ NFL power rankings


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San Francisco: 49ers might be playing the best football in the league right now.

Green Bay: Playing Seneca Wallace, and reportedly working out Matt Flynn. Seahawks fans know this doesn’t normally go very well.

Chicago: Josh McCown is a 34-year-old career backup, but he played much better than that filling in for Jay Cutler. In two games: 476 yards, three TDs, no INTs.

Miami: Amid all the attention focusing on the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito controversy, the Dolphins beat a very good Bengals team.

Atlanta: Matt Ryan: Seven interceptions in his past two games. What happened?

Houston: Texans have lost three games by a combined seven points, a reminder again of the small line between good and bad in the NFL.

No. (LW)Team
1 (1)Kansas City Chiefs
2 (3)Denver Broncos
3 (2)Seattle Seahawks
4 (6)San Francisco 49ers
5 (5)Indianapolis Colts
6 (4)New Orleans Saints
7 (7)Cincinnati Bengals
8 (9)New England Patriots
9 (8)Green Bay Packers
10 (10)Detroit Lions
11 (12)Carolina Panthers
12 (13)Chicago Bears
13 (14)Dallas Cowboys
14 (11)San Diego Chargers
15 (16)Tennessee Titans
16 (17)Miami Dolphins
17 (18)Arizona Cardinals
18 (19)Cleveland Browns
19 (15)Baltimore Ravens
20 (22)New York Jets
21 (20)Atlanta Falcons
22 (23)Washington Redskins
23 (21)Buffalo Bills
24 (28)Philadelphia Eagles
25 (25)Houston Texans
26 (26)New York Giants
27 (24)Oakland Raiders
28 (27)Pittsburgh Steelers
29 (29)St. Louis Rams
30 (30)Minnesota Vikings
31 (31)Tampa Bay Buccaneers
32 (32)Jacksonville Jaguars


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