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

1. Philadelphia (4-0)—Bye this week.

2. New England (3-0)—Win streak should continue.

3. Seattle (3-0)—Rams next to test Seahawks.

4. Atlanta (4-0)—Any doubters now?

5. Minnesota (2-1)—Coming off bye week.

6. Denver (3-1)—Unimpressive win over Bucs.

7. Indianapolis (3-1)—What are they gonna do about that defense?

8. NY Jets (3-0)—Buffalo could be a trap.

9. Jacksonville (3-1)—Yes, Jags as good as record.

10. NY Giants (3-1)—Giants not soft anymore.

11. Dallas (2-1)—Parcells vs. Coughlin this week.

12. Baltimore (2-2)—Defense may be in decline.

13. Carolina (1-2)—Was last year a fluke?

14. Pittsburgh (3-1)—Getting by with rookie QB.

15. Detroit (2-1)—Big test in Atlanta.

16. New Orleans (2-2)—Up and down Saints now down.

17. St. Louis (2-2)—Just hanging around.

18. Kansas City (1-3)—Win could turn them around.

19. Oakland (2-2)—Thrashed by Texans.

20. Cleveland (2-2)—Big game in Pittsburgh.

21. Houston (2-2)—Two-game win streak.

22. San Diego (2-2)—Be careful, Jags.

23. Green Bay (1-3)—Say goodbye to the Packers.

24. Tennessee (1-3)—How far will the Titans fall?

25. Cincinnati (1-3)—Carson Palmer's real rookie year.

26. Chicago (1-3)—No offense, again.

27. Buffalo (0-3)—Terrible start dooms Bills.

28. Arizona (1-3)—Cards comin' up.

29. Washington (1-3)—Bad cap, bad team.

30. Miami (0-4)—Another week, another loss.

31. Tampa Bay (0-4)—Bucs have become every team's bye week.

32. San Francisco (0-4)—The worst.

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