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2020 NFL Power Rankings Week 5

Ranking all teams before Week 5

32) New York Jets- The Jets are quite simply a mess.

31) New York Giants- The Giants, unlike the Jets, seem to at least be putting up a fight. The defense is solid, but when will it be time to cut bait with Daniel Jones?

30) Washington Football Team- Washington has the same problem as the Giants. They made a bad pick in the first round while aiming for a franchise Quarterback.

29) Atlanta Falcons- The Falcons are a mess, and they are only competitive because of Matt Ryan and Julio Jones.

28) Houston Texans- Bill O’Brien is gone and now maybe the Texans can start undoing the mess he caused.

27) Denver Broncos- Injuries have killed a promising season.

26) Jacksonville Jaguars- The Jags will end up in the bottom four of these rankings soon.

25) Detroit Lions- Matthew Stafford has a penchant for game-killing mistakes, and the defense is still not very good.

24) Miami Dolphins- The Dolphins will slowly get better as the season goes on, and I think will become a factor in the next two years.

23) Cincinnati Bengals- Joe Burrow is the real deal, and the offensive line was better this past week. The question is, can the Bengals hold up against the run?

22) Dallas Cowboys- No Head Coach and no defense could make for a very long year in Dallas.

21) Philadelphia Eagles- The Eagles are a mess but with an excellent coach and a good Quarterback in a bad division, I expect them to make the playoffs.

20) Minnesota Vikings- The Vikings still have major questions. The talent exists to make a run, but they won’t!

19) Los Angeles Chargers- Justin Herbert early on looks like the real deal, and if he is the Chargers are not dead just yet.

18) Chicago Bears- The Bears need a starting Quarterback.

17) Arizona Cardinals- The Cardinals still look like the Cardinals to me, and of course, that is not a good thing.

16) Las Vegas Raiders- The Raiders are a year or two away from being a serious contender.

15) San Fransisco 49ers- Injuries seem to have caught up to the 49ers, but as they slowly get healthy don’t be surprised if they make a run at the end of the season.

14) Carolina Panthers- The Panthers are playing surprisingly well, and Teddy Bridgewater looks like a legit starting Quarterback.

13) Indianapolis Colts- The Colts have Quarterback issues as Phillip Rivers has not played well as of yet.

12) Cleveland Browns- The Browns can pound the rock and that could lead to them making a playoff run.

11) New England Patriots- With a healthy Cam on Monday night, the Pats may have beaten Kansas City. Nonetheless, they proved that they will be a force in the very near future.

10) New Orleans Saints- The Saints are a very talented team, and once Michael Thomas is back they should go on a nice run.

9) Los Angeles Rams- They are not impressive but they keep getting the job done.

8) Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Brady finally looked like Brady, but a lot of questions are waiting to be answered on the defensive side of the ball.

7) Tennesse Titans- The Titans look like the class of the AFC South so far this season.

6) Pittsburgh Steelers- If Big Ben can keep limiting the turnovers this should be a playoff team.

5) Baltimore Ravens- The Ravens took a beating from the Chiefs last week, and a lot of possible problems were exposed.

4) Seattle Seahawks- The Seahawks have questions on defense, but none on offense where Russell Wilson is playing at an elite level.

3) Green Bay Packers- Aaron Rodgers looks like he is in his prime, and the defense is playing well.

2) Buffalo Bills- Josh Allen is on fire and the defense is improving. The Bills are a very real Super Bowl contender.

1) Kansas City Chiefs- The Chiefs are at number one because the defense is very good, and of course, the offense is special.

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