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NFL power rankings, Week 6: Cowboys-Eagles battle

Our NFL power rankings for Week 6 are here, and for the NFC edition, it’s all about the Dallas Cowboys visiting the Philadelphia Eagles.

16. Washington Commanders (LW: 15)

The Commanders have more talent than this, but they continue to play like a broken team under a broken owner.

15. Carolina Panthers (LW: 14)

Carolina couldn’t be a bigger disaster. Perhaps the firing of Matt Rhule means the Panthers are starting to dig out.

14. Chicago Bears (LW: 16)

The Bears might have their coach in Matt Eberflus, but the roster is a long way from being able to compete.

13. Detroit Lions (LW: 13)

Detroit was supposed to be fun and frisky this year. Hasn’t panned out as it heads into its bye week at 1-4.

12. Seattle Seahawks (LW: 12)

Seattle is scoring points almost as fast as it is giving them up. Geno Smith is one of the great stories in 2022.


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11. Atlanta Falcons (LW: 11)

Marcus Mariota might be giving way to rookie Desmond Ritter pretty soon.

10. Arizona Cardinals (LW: 9)

Arizona is 2-3, largely because the offense isn’t doing the job. Surprisingly, the defense is going a decent job despite a poor roster.

9. New Orleans Saints (LW: 10)

The Saints have the talent to be a playoff team, but they need more from the quarterback situation. It’s been a sore spot.

8. Los Angeles Rams (LW: 6)

If the Rams can’t figure out a way to block for Matthew Stafford, it’s going to be a long season. Stafford has been under pressure relentlessly.

7. New York Giants (LW: 8)

The Giants are the shock of the league at 4-1. They have a chance to move up the NFL power rankings with a win this weekend at home against the Baltimore Ravens.


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6. Dallas Cowboys (LW: 7)

Dallas has a chance to grab first place in the NFC East against the Eagles on Sunday night. Can they win the game with Cooper Rush again?

5. Green Bay Packers (LW: 2)

Green Bay needs to figure out the offense and start shutting a few teams down with all its defensive talent.

4. San Francisco 49ers (LW: 5)

The Niners’ defense is tremendous. If the offense does its part, look out.

3. Minnesota Vikings (LW: 4)

Minnesota is a weird team, but at 4-1, there’s nothing to be ashamed about. The Vikings are leading the NFC North and should feel good.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LW: 3)

The Buccaneers have struggled offensively and got a great call to help them beat the Falcons. Still, this is a loaded team waiting to break out.

1. Philadelphia Eagles (LW: 1)

Until the Eagles lose, they stay unrivaled in the top spot.

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