NFL Power Rankings: Chiefs NFL's Only Remaining Unbeaten

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Oct 21, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck (91) sacks Minnesota Vikings quarterback Josh Freeman (12) during the second half at MetLife Stadium. New York Giants defeat the Minnesota Vikings 23-7. Mandatory Credit: Jim O


32. Jacksonville Jaguars

Record: 0-7

Previous Ranking: 32

Is this the worst football team ever in the Super Bowl era? It seemed as if the winless Lions team was better than the Jaguars.

31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Record: 0-6

Previous Ranking: 30

A train-wreck in every single way. An organizational overhaul is need but will ownership be able to lure in the talent they so desperately need? There’s a lot of talent to work with in Tampa and this is a great quarterback class in the draft, so there is a lot of appeal to the job.

30. Minnesota Vikings 

Record: 1-5

Previous Ranking: 28

It would appear that whoever is in charge of calling the plays for the Vikings forgot that Adrian Peterson was in the backfield.

29. New York Giants

Record: 1-6

Previous Ranking: 31

A victory! Hooray! They are still a mess, though.

28. St. Louis Rams

Record: 3-4

Previous Ranking: 21

Has Sam Bradford played his final game as St. Louis starting quarterback?

27. Oakland Raiders

Record: 2-4

Previous Ranking: 25

Terrelle Pryor spent the bye week working on his ability to throw the ball downfield. If he were to master that he’d become a very dangerous quarterback given his running ability.

26. Cleveland Browns

Record: 3-4

Previous Ranking: 18

Branden Weeden is 0-4 as the Browns starting quarterback this season. This is all you need to know about the Browns.

25. Arizona Cardinals

Record: 3-4

Previous Ranking: 19

Arizona can make a move with Atlanta, Houston, and Jacksonville all due up for them over the next month.

24. Pittsburgh Steelers

Record: 2-4

Previous Ranking: 29

Pittsburgh is 2-0 since the bye and have Oakland this week. Surge has been fueled by a defense that has allowed only 22 points in two games.

23. Tennessee Titans

Record: 3-4

Previous Ranking: 16

Tennessee has lost to Kansas City, Seattle, and San Francisco. After the bye they get St. Louis and Jacksonville, a much needed respite.

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