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Originally published Saturday, December 21, 2013 at 8:06 PM

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Jayson Jenks’ NFL power rankings

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San Francisco: Four straight wins, and an offense that might be starting to click. The 49ers are a scary team.

Kansas City: Chiefs’ once immovable defense has given up at least 31 points in three of its past four games.

Baltimore: Justin Tucker made six field goals, including the game-winning 61-yarder: Fantasy football hero or villain?

Dallas: Tony Romo. That is all.

New York Giants: Eli Manning leads the NFL with 25 interceptions and played his worst game against Seattle.

Oakland: A respectable start (for a rebuilding team) has spiraled into four straight losses and another offseason spent QB hunting.

Washington: The worst thing for Redskins fans about this season? The Rams hold their first-round pick in the 2014 draft.

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

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