NFL Power Rankings: Broncos-Chiefs Matchup Will Answer A Lot of Questions

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Nov 11, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Fans hold up a sign celebrating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers


32. Jacksonville Jaguars

Record: 1-8

Figures that when Jacksonville finally gets their first win that Tampa Bay would win their first, too.

31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Record: 1-8

Tampa avoids falling to the dreaded “32” spot with a clutch victory over the Miami Dolphins.

30. Minnesota Vikings

Record: 2-7

Free Adrian Peterson.

29. Miami Dolphins

Record: 4-5

Begin total and complete collapse… now! Remember when they were 3-0? Seems like forever ago.

28. Oakland Raiders

Record: 3-6

The momentum is building for a Johnny Manziel selection in the 2014 NFL Draft.

27. Pittsburgh Steelers

Record: 3-6

So Pittsburgh beat E.J. Manuel in his return. Fantastic. We’ll know more about the Steelers when they have to chase down Reggie Bush and Calvin Johnson next week.

26. Buffalo Bills

Record: 3-7

Buffalo has to find some kind of stability in the running game over the offseason. C.J. Spiller is dynamic, but always hurt. Fred Jackson will be 33 soon. Get that fixed and Buffalo could become very good, very fast.

25. New York Giants

Record: 3-6

The weird thing is New York still has a tremendous shot at winning the division. Insanely bad play from the NFC East this season.

24. Houston Texans

Record: 2-7

Ed Reed was cut on Tuesday. Is finding a new head coach next on the list?

23. Atlanta Falcons

Record: 2-7

If Atlanta finishes 4-12 or worse, does Mike Smith get fired? Maybe he should. Yes, they’ve had the injuries, but there is no reason for this team to be 2-7 ten weeks into the season.

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