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NFL power rankings, Week 6: Bills-Chiefs clash in AFC

The NFL power rankings for Week 6 are here, and in our AFC edition, it’s all about the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs.

16. Pittsburgh Steelers (LW: 15) 

The Steelers can’t score, and the defense is nowhere near dominant without T.J. Watt off the edge.

15. Houston Texans (LW: 16)

Houston finally got its first win after playing four close games without a victory to start.

14. Indianapolis Colts (LW: 12) 

The Colts won, but they need to continue moving down. Indy has looked horrid through five weeks.

13. New England Patriots (LW: 14) 

The Patriots are 2-3 and if they can win in Cleveland this weekend, they’ll start moving up.

12. New York Jets (LW: 13)

New York is somehow 3-2 and can prove itself as a real playoff contender by going to Lambeau Field and playing the Green Bay Packers close.

11. Cleveland Browns (LW: 11)

Cleveland is teetering with a very hard slate ahead with six games until Deshaun Watson comes back from suspension.


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10. Denver Broncos (LW: 7)

At some point, Russell Wilson needs to be much better, or the Broncos are going to fall off a playoff-competing cliff.

9. Las Vegas Raiders (LW: 10)

Las Vegas is 1-4, but the Raiders are a very talented team. They could shoot up the NFL power rankings in November with a soft slate.

8. Jacksonville Jaguars (LW: 6)

Jacksonville looked really fun for three weeks. The last two? Not nearly as fun.

7. Tennessee Titans (LW: 9)

It’s never pretty with the Titans, but they’re sitting at 3-2 and leading the AFC South going into their bye week.

6. Los Angeles Chargers (LW: 8)

The Chargers are 3-2 despite myriad injures and some very questionable (see: bad) coaching decisions. Justin Herbert is terrific every week.


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5. Cincinnati Bengals (LW: 4) 

Cincinnati is 2-3 but the offense is going to figure it out, and the defense is severely underrated. The Bengals should be fine.

4. Miami Dolphins (LW: 3)

Miami is really beat up, especially at quarterback, but the Dolphins should be able to get right with a weak November once Tua Tagovailoa is back under center.

3. Baltimore Ravens (LW: 5)

The Ravens got a huge win against the Bengals on Sunday night, and now they take on old friend Wink Martindale and the 4-1 New York Giants.

2. Kansas City Chiefs (LW: 2)

Kansas City trailed 17-0 against the Raiders on Monday night before reminding us that when they’re right, the Chiefs are impossible to stop.

1. Buffalo Bills (LW: 1)

Buffalo has been trying to get past the Chiefs for years. On Sunday, the Bills will have a chance to take a huge step towards home-field advantage by bating Kansas City.

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