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Eagles, Pats at test


The following is Vic Ketchman's power rankings of NFL teams for week six of the 2004 season.

1. Philadelphia (4-0)—Revenge game against Carolina.

2. New England (4-0)—Streak on the line against Seattle.

3. Minnesota (3-1)—Best offense in the league.

4. Denver (4-1)—Defense number one in the league.

5. Seattle (3-1)—First stumble.

6. Indianapolis (4-1)—Week to rest for Jags.

7. NY Jets (4-0)—Should stay unbeaten.

8. NY Giants (4-1)—Coughlin coach of the year?

9. Atlanta (4-1)—Falcons grounded at home.

10. Baltimore (3-2)—Defense rallies from MNF loss.

11. St. Louis (3-2)—Impressive win in Seattle.

12. Pittsburgh (4-1)—Has yet to beat top team.

13. Detroit (3-1)—Lions passed test in Atlanta.

14. San Diego (3-2)—What do they do with Phillip Rivers?

15. Jacksonville (3-2)—Real Jags stand up, please.

16. New Orleans (2-3)—Season's biggest disappointment.

17. Tennessee (2-3)—Titans stay respectable.

18. Kansas City (1-3)—Chiefs season on line in Jax.

19. Dallas (2-2)—Crossroads game against Pittsburgh.

20. Houston (2-3)—Texans coming to life.

21. Oakland (2-3)—Raiders are old, too.

22. Cleveland (2-3)—Browns defense collapses.

23. Carolina (1-3)—Last year apparently was a fluke.

24. Cincinnati (1-3)—Must-win game at Cleveland.

25. Chicago (1-3)—Bears have no claws.

26. Green Bay (1-4)—Soft and cheesy.

27. Washington (1-4)—This could get a lot worse.

28. Tampa Bay (1-4)—Bucs show character against Saints.

29. San Francisco (1-4)—Need OT to beat Cardinals.

30. Arizona (1-4)—Cards are competitive.

31. Buffalo (0-4)—Bills shouldn't be this bad.

32. Miami (0-5)—Showdown in Buffalo.

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