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Now it's Eagles' turn


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

1. Philadelphia (7-0)—Pennsylvania title game this Sunday.

2. Pittsburgh (6-1)—Another week, another win streak?

3. New England (6-1)—Pats' rankings aren't real good.

4. NY Jets (6-1)—Appear to be for real.

5. Atlanta (6-2)—Michael Vick finally be catching fire.

6. NY Giants (5-2)—How 'bout those Giants?

7. Minnesota (5-2)—No Moss, no good.

8. San Diego (5-3)—Marty Schottenheimer can flat coach.

9. Jacksonville (5-3)—Impressive first-half record.

10. Denver (5-3)—Broncos on losing streak.

11. Indianapolis (4-3)—Big game against Vikings.

12. Baltimore (4-3)—Defense still first rate.

13. Houston (4-3)—Texans making move up.

14. St. Louis (4-3)—Has score to settle with Pats.

15. Seattle (4-3)—Should win in San Francisco.

16. Detroit (4-3)—Could tie for division lead.

17. Green Bay (4-4)—Time for bye week.

18. Kansas City (3-4)—Chiefs making comeback move.

19. New Orleans (3-4)—Saints next to test Chargers.

20. Dallas (3-4)—Must-win game at Cincy.

21. Cleveland (3-4)—Grudge game against Ravens.

22. Tennessee (3-5)—Surprise? Not really.

23. Buffalo (2-5)—Mularkey starting to have impact.

24. Cincinnati (2-5)—Why is the Bengals defense so bad?

25. Washington (2-5)—And their schedule is soft, too.

26. Arizona (2-5)—Cards can't sustain anything good.

27. Tampa Bay (2-5)—Chiefs show Bucs how to play offense.

28. Oakland (2-6)—This is becoming an embarrassment.

29. Chicago (2-5)—At least they're scrappy.

30. Carolina (1-6)—Weren't they in the Super Bowl?

31. San Francisco (1-6)—49ers turn the clock back 25 years.

32. Miami (1-7)—It's good they've already won a game.

Vic Ketchman is the senior editor of He may be e-mailed at

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