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Logjam of 6-3 teams


The following is Vic Ketchman's power rankings of NFL teams for week 11 of the 2004 season.

1. Pittsburgh (8-1)—Winning with "The Bus."

2. Philadelphia (8-1)—Impressive rebound performance.

3. New England (8-1)—A truly professional football team.

4. Atlanta (7-2)—Should beat Giants.

5. Denver (6-3)—Rested after bye week.

6. San Diego (6-3)—The season's Cinderella story.

7. Indianapolis (6-3)—Could be on a roll now.

8. Baltimore (6-3)—Ravens find ways to win.

9. Jacksonville (6-3)—Must keep pace with Colts.

10. NY Jets (6-3)—Dead without Pennington?

11. Green Bay (5-4)—Packers showing true grit.

12. Minnesota (5-4)—Vikings' fade has begun.

13. St. Louis (5-4)—Bulger is quiet leader.

14. Seattle (5-4)—What's wrong with the Seahawks?

15. NY Giants (5-4)—Giants in free-fall.

16. Cincinnati (4-5)—Playing great football.

17. Houston (4-5)—AFC South also-ran.

18. Chicago (4-5)—Earning true respect.

19. New Orleans (4-5)—One more chance for Saints.

20. Arizona (4-5)—Top job by Denny Green.

21. Detroit (4-5)—Record is false indicator.

22. Kansas City (3-6)—Playing out the string.

23. Dallas (3-6)—They made the playoffs last year?

24. Cleveland (3-6)—Thug team.

25. Tennessee (3-6)—Titans are hurting.

26. Buffalo (3-6)—Just when it was getting better.

27. Tampa Bay (3-6)—Rebuilding on horizon.

28. Washington (3-6)—Oh, this is ugly.

29. Oakland (3-6)—Needs another bye week.

30. Carolina (2-7)—Nice rally in San Francisco.

31. San Francisco (1-8)—How could they have fallen so far?

32. Miami (1-8)—Does anybody care?

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