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John McClain's POWER RANKINGS


John McClain's POWER RANKINGS
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1 .. 1 .. 1 .. TENNESSEE (9-0): Titans go for the sweep at Jacksonville, which lost its last home game to Cleveland.

2 .. 2 .. 1 .. NEW YORK Giants (8-1): Hosting the red-hot Ravens will be like playing a physical game against an NFC East opponent.

3 .. 4 .. 3 .. CAROLINA (7-2): The Panthers have the kind of defense, especially the pass rush, that can contain Broncos QB Jay Cutler.

4 .. 3 .. 3 .. PITTSBURGH (6-3): The Steelers get two in a row at home to figure out what's happened to their running game.

5 .. 5 .. 3 .. WASHINGTON (6-3): The Redskins are coming off the open date and trying to sweep the Cowboys, who get back Tony Romo.

6 .. 6 .. 3 .. TAMPA BAY (6-3): The Bucs' defense is good enough to contain RB Adrian Peterson, who's averaged 158 yards in the last two games.

7 .. 16 .. 7 .. NEW YORK Jets (7-3): Win over Pats put Jets in first place in the AFC East by themselves.

8 .. 11 .. 8 .. BALTIMORE (6-3): Rookie QB Joe Flacco hasn't thrown an interception during the Ravens' four-game winning streak.

9 .. 12 .. 3 .. INDIANAPOLIS (5-4): With consecutive victories over the Patriots and Steelers, Tony Dungy has his team back on track.

10 .. 9 .. 2 .. NEW ENGLAND (6-4): Defense couldn't stop Brett Favre or Thomas Jones in overtime loss, dropping Pats into second place.

11 .. 13 .. 11 .. ARIZONA (6-3): The Cardinals have a four-game lead, and if they win at Seattle, they'll sweep NFC West foes on the road.

12 .. 17 .. 12 .. ATLANTA (6-3): Falcons are undefeated at home, and rookie QB Matt Ryan hasn't thrown an interception in those four games.

13 .. 7 .. 7 .. PHILADELPHIA (5-4): After losing at home to the Giants, the Eagles will take out their frustrations on the Bengals.

14 .. 14 .. 1 .. DALLAS (5-4): The Cowboys can't afford to be swept by the Redskins and lose the head-to-head tiebreaker in the playoffs.

15 .. 19 .. 13 .. MIAMI (5-4): Dolphins are competing for the playoffs, and Tony Sparano is quietly leading the race for Coach of the Year honors.

16 .. 21 .. 10 .. MINNESOTA (5-4): Adrian Peterson and Gus Frerotte have helped the Vikings win two in a row to tie the Bears for first.

17 .. 8 .. 4 .. BUFFALO (5-4): Injuries and a poor running game have caused a three-game skid.

18 .. 10 .. 10 .. CHICAGO (5-4): RB Matt Forte, an impressive dual threat, is a key reason the Bears are tied for first place.

19 .. 20 .. 6 .. SAN DIEGO (4-5): Beginning at Pittsburgh today, five of their last seven are against teams with winning records.

20 .. 22 .. 4 .. DENVER (5-4): Injuries have decimated the running game so badly they're giving Tatum Bell another chance.

21 .. 15 .. 5 .. GREEN BAY (4-5): With back-to-back losses by a total of four points, the Packers can't afford to lose to the Bears.

22 .. 18 .. 3 .. NEW ORLEANS (4-5): Drew Brees is on a pace to break Dan Marino's season record of 5,084 yards passing.

23 .. 25 .. 5 .. JACKSONVILLE (4-5): After playing Cincinnati and Detroit, the schedule gets tougher with a home game against the Titans.

24 .. 23 .. 9 .. CLEVELAND (3-6): There's not a more disappointing or controversial team in the league than the Browns.

25 .. 24 .. 15 .. HOUSTON (3-6): The Texans are a huge disappointment, with two consecutive losses preceding two straight road games.

26 .. 27 .. 10 .. SEATTLE (2-7): QB Matt Hasselbeck returns, but it might be too late for him to make a difference.

27 .. 29 .. 18 .. SAN FRANCISCO (2-7): Mike Singletary has been at the center of controversy in his two games as their interim coach.

28 .. 28 .. 25 .. OAKLAND (2-7): The lowly Raiders average a league-worst 12.5 points despite loading up on offensive talent.

29 .. 26 .. 23 .. ST. LOUIS (2-7): After upsetting the Redskins and Cowboys, the Rams are who we thought they were.

30 .. 30 .. 21 .. CINCINNATI (1-8): The Bengals' next five games are against opponents that have a combined record of 28-17.

31 .. 30 .. 26 .. KANSAS CITY (1-8): With QB Tyler Thigpen, the Chiefs have lost three in a row by a total of eight points.

32 .. 21 .. 22 .. DETROIT (0-9): The hottest T-shirts in the Detroit area point out that the Lions are going for a perfect 0-16 season.



Author:Fox Sports
Author's Website:http://www.foxsports.com
Added: November 19, 2008

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