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NFL Power Rankings: Still on top

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JACKSONVILLE – Senior writer John Oehser's post-Week 4, pre-Week 5 2017 NFL power rankings. And we all know how important these are:

Rank.Team (record) | Comment

  1. Kansas City Chiefs (4-0) | 1 | Have looked like best team since Week 1
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers (3-1) | 3 | Righted ship with road victory over rival Ravens
  1. Denver Broncos (3-1) | 5 | Still looking like a championship 'D'
  1. Buffalo Bills (3-1) | 15 | These guys easily could be 4-0
  1. Atlanta Falcons (3-1) | 2 | Hard to see them slipping out of the Top 10
  1. Carolina Panthers (3-1) | 18 | A road victory in Foxboro moves you up in a hurry
  1. Detroit Lions (3-1) | 7 | People will eventually realize this is a strong team
  1. Green Bay Packers (3-1) | 8 | Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Rodgers
  1. New England Patriots (2-2) | 4 | Two road losses? For the Pats? Already?
  1. Philadelphia Eagles (3-1) | 11| They're 3-1 – and three of four games have been on road
  1. Los Angeles Rams (3-1) | 19 | Sunday's road victory at Dallas had feel of season-definer
  1. Oakland Raiders (2-2) | 6 | Need to stay afloat with Carr out a couple of weeks
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-1) | 17 | NFC South could make a push for NFL's best division
  1. Seattle Seahawks (2-2) | 14 | Slow starts just part of the 'Hawks' formula for success
  1. Dallas Cowboys (2-2) | 9 | One loss away from '16 total
  1. Minnesota Vikings (2-2) | 12 | Cook injury will be tough for Vikes to overcome
  1. Washington Redskins (2-2) | 13| Missed a chance to move way up Monday
  1. Houston Texans (2-2) | 24 | The Texans beat the Titans by 37 points …
  1. Tennessee Titans (2-2) | 10 | The Titans beat the Jaguars by 21 points …
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-2) | 16 | The Jaguars beat the Texans by 22 points …
  1. New York Jets (2-2) | 26 | Don't tell Jets they're tanking
  1. New Orleans Saints (2-2) | 22 | No turnovers in first four games
  1. Arizona Cardinals (2-2) | 23 | Two victories, both in overtime
  1. Baltimore Ravens (2-2) | 20 | Major downturn after 2-0 start
  1. Indianapolis Colts (1-3) | 27 | Struggling Colts far from out of AFC South race
  1. Chicago Bears (1-3) | 25 | Trubisky Time
  1. Cincinnati Bengals (1-3) | 30 | Got healthy Sunday against the 0-4 Browns
  1. Miami Dolphins (1-2) | 21 | Six points in two games? Six?
  1. Los Angeles Chargers (0-4) | 28 | Oh-for-Los Angeles
  1. New York Giants (0-4) | 29 | Now the easy choice for most disappointing start
  1. Cleveland Browns (0-4) | 31 | Looking like they'll be around here all season
  1. San Francisco 49ers (0-4) | 32 | Looking like a long rebuild by the bay
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