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Danny O'Neil's NFL Power Rankings | Week 4
Rank Team Comment
1 (2)Seattle SeahawksSeahawks' Song of the Week (Off)? It's an aviary anthem: Bye, bye, birdies!
2 (3)Philadelphia EaglesLeaving a 20-cent tip is so very, very Shady. Right Lesean McCoy?
3 (1)Denver BroncosThe Broncos were only 5 feet, 11 inches away from beating Seattle. (Inspired by Nate Barton, @Gantiz)
4 (7)Cincinnati BengalsThe Bengals have trailed for all of 48 seconds so far this season.
5 (8)Arizona CardinalsLast time the Cardinals started 3-0? They went 5-11. That was two years ago. Just saying.
6 (6)New England PatriotsStanding Pat? New England hasn't allowed a TD for seven quarters and counting.
7 (5)San Francisco 49ersKnow when to fold ‘em? 49ers have been outscored 52-3 in second half this season.
8 (4)Carolina PanthersCarolina allowed 30 points in first 10 quarters of the season, but 28 points in their last two periods against Pittsburgh.
9 (9)San Diego ChargersA September to remember? Check back in December to see.
10 (12)Detroit LionsThe Lions shouldn't celebrate too soon. Just ask Stephen Tulloch, who suffered a season-ending injury doing just that.
11 (15)Atlanta FalconsThe Falcons have scored a league-high 103 points*. *56 of those points were scored against Tampa Bay.
12 (18)Pittsburgh SteelersSunday night in Carolina was only the second-best joint performance by Le’Veon Bell and Lagarrette Blount this year.
13 (10)Green Bay PackersDon’t discount Packers’ offensive struggles last week. Double check. They scored seven points against in 19-7 loss to the Lions.
14 (19)New York JetsJets fans weren’t chanting Geno’s name, they were shouting, “G, No!” as he threw another interception.
15 (13)Baltimore RavensRavens only half bad. They’ve scored more than twice as many points in the second half (45) as they have in the first (20).
16 (14)Chicago BearsBear minimum: Chicago is the only team in the NFC that has yet to rush for a touchdown.
17 (20)Houston TexansIf Arian Foster were a car, now’s the time you would sell him for parts.
18 (11)Buffalo BillsBuffalo’s good news: The Bills are staying in town. The bad news: They’re still the Bills. (Submitted by Nate Barton, @Gantiz)
19 (16)Indianapolis ColtsAsk any gambler, Luck will only get you so far in this game.
20 (17)Miami DolphinsDolphins have best record of Florida’s NFL teams, which is like being named best sushi in Iowa.
21 (24)Dallas CowboysIf you combined the rosters of Dallas and Washington, you might have an average NFL defense. Might.
22 (22)New Orleans SaintsThat saying about too many cooks? Well, Saints could use more Cooks. Brandin Cooks.
23 (25)Kansas City ChiefsThe Royals will end baseball's longest playoff drought, but they're not the city's Chief concern.
24 (27)New York GiantsThe Giants re2pectfully declined to watch Derek Jeter's final game at Yankee Stadium. They had a division opponent to beat.
25 (26)Cleveland BrownsBrowns have yet to play a game that was decided by more than three points.
26 (21)Washington RedskinsWashington now auditioning second cousins to play quarterback.
27 (28)Tennessee Titans"The Hurt Locker" was an Oscar-worthy movie. The hurt Locker? That's more like the Titans' serial narrative.
28 (23)Minnesota Vikings“A bridge over troubled water” is a folk song. A Bridgewater over troubled Ponder is the Vikings’ reality.
29 (29)St. Louis RamsRams only half bad. They’ve been outscored 55-25 in the second half this season.
30 (32)Tampa Bay BuccaneersBucs have yet to score more than 17 points in a game and haven't allowed fewer than 19. Not surprisingly, they're 0-3.
31 (31)Oakland RaidersUsed to be the Raiders would rather be feared than loved. Now they're just pitied.
32 (30)Jacksonville JaguarsJags held a 14-0 lead after first quarter of their first game. They've been outscored 125-30 in the 11 quarters since.


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