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NFL power rankings, Week 7: Cardinals remain atop NFC

The NFL power rankings are here for the NFC, and we have both the only winless and lone unbeaten teams bookending our list.

16. Detroit Lions (0-6)

The only winless team in football. The Lions have a long, long season to go.

15. New York Giants (1-5)

New York doesn’t look particularly interested in playing for Joe Judge. Soon enough, the Giants’ players likely won’t be.

14. Washington Football Team (2-4)

The Kansas City Chiefs can’t stop anybody and somehow held Washington to 13 points at home. Not good before a trip to Green Bay.

13. Atlanta Falcons (2-3)

How weird is the NFL? If the Falcons come off their bye and beat the Miami Dolphins, they’re suddenly at 3-3 and in the race.

12. Philadelphia Eagles (2-4)

The Eagles have limitations on both sides of the ball, but quarterback Jalen Hurts is intriguing and the defense has some talent.


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11. Seattle Seahawks (2-4)

Without Russell Wilson, this team is going nowhere. The defense stinks and the offense is punchless.

10. Chicago Bears (3-3)

Justin Fields hasn’t provided the spark many Bears fans were hoping for. Chicago might be 3-3, but it feels like a downturn is coming.

9. Carolina Panthers (3-3)

What can you say? Sam Darnold and the Panthers have fallen apart over the last three weeks, and now Christian McCaffrey is on IR.

8. Minnesota Vikings (3-3)

Can you figure out the Vikings? It seems every game comes down to the final seconds, win or lose.

7. San Francisco 49ers (2-3)

The 49ers had a bye at the right time with Jimmy Garoppolo and Trey Lance both ailing. Now they welcome in the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night.

6. New Orleans Saints (3-2)

If Jameis Winston can give the Saints a little more, they have enough talent elsewhere to be a playoff team in the NFC.

5. Dallas Cowboys (5-1)

Dak Prescott has been amazing, Trevon Diggs might be the Defensive Player of the Year and Dallas is 5-1 in a horrid division.


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4. Green Bay Packers (5-1)

The Packers have a ton of injuries but they’re getting by, and this week it’s Washington coming to town.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-1)

Tom Brady is still the best quarterback in the league — or at least in the mix — and he’s 44 years old. What?

2. Los Angeles Rams (5-1)

The Rams hammered the Giants at MetLife Stadium last Sunday and now return home to watch Matthew Stafford torch his old team in the Lions.

1. Arizona Cardinals (6-0)

The Cardinals have smashed the Cleveland Browns and Rams on the road. At 6-0, they deserve the top spot in the rankings.

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