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Eagles soar to the top


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

1. Philadelphia (2-0)—Eagles take the lead.

2. New England (2-0)—Just so-so so far.

3. Minnesota (1-1)—You wanna play 'em?

4. Seattle (2-0)—Lost style points against Tampa.

5. Atlanta (2-0)—Michael Vick is all the way back.

6. New Orleans (1-1)—More is expected of Saints.

7. Denver (1-1)—Don't be fooled by loss to Jags.

8. Green Bay (1-1)—Home loss to Bears?

9. Carolina (1-1)—Impressive win in Kansas City.

10. Jacksonville (2-0)—If offense gets going, look out.

11. Indianapolis (1-1)—Big-time win over Titans.

12. Baltimore (1-1)—Ravens defense steps up.

13. Tennessee (1-1)—Critical game against Jaguars.

14. St. Louis (1-1)—How good are the Rams?

15. NY Jets (2-0)—Curtis Martin does it again.

16. Detroit (2-0)—I'll require some convincing.

17. Kansas City (0-2)—Benefit of the doubt, one more time.

18. Pittsburgh (1-1)—Ben Roethlisberger era has begun.

19. Cincinnati (1-1)—Carson Palmer era has begun.

20. Dallas (1-1)—Cowboys nothing special.

21. Cleveland (1-1)—Browns lose Kellen Winslow.

22. Oakland (1-1)—Jerry Rice hits bottom.

23. NY Giants (1-1)—Coughlin could get them to 2-1.

24. Chicago (1-1)—Nothing better than a win in Lambeau.

25. Washington (1-1)—Monday nighter for old-timers.

26. San Diego (1-1)—May be better than you think.

27. Buffalo (0-2)—Bills have QB problem.

28. Miami (0-2)—Could get win against Steelers.

29. Tampa Bay (0-2)—They got their Super Bowl, but now what?

30. Arizona (0-2)—Denny Green has Cards competitive.

31. San Francisco (0-2)—Are these the 49ers?

32. Houston (0-2)—Texans are major disappointment.

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