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Originally published Saturday, December 28, 2013 at 8:04 PM

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Jayson Jenks’ NFL power rankings


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Seahawks: Still no reason to think Seattle isn’t the best team in the league.

Eagles: Remember when people wondered if Chip Kelly’s offense would work in the NFL?

Chiefs: Kansas City has made a living beating up on bad teams this year. Unfortunately there aren’t many of those in the playoffs.

Cowboys: Let’s see how much fans miss Tony Romo after watching Kyle Orton play for a week.

Bears: Somehow, the Bears still control their destiny in the playoffs. No one wants to win the NFC North.

Packers: See above.

Falcons: Tony Gonzalez will play the final game of what certainly will be a Hall of Fame career.

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


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