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The following is Vic Ketchman's power rankings of NFL teams for week 17 of the 2004 season.

1. Pittsburgh (14-1)—They deserve the rest.

2. Philadelphia (13-2)—Can they win without Owens?

3. New England (13-2)—Quality road win after Monday road loss.

4. Indianapolis (12-3)—Manning must win in playoffs.

5. San Diego (11-4)—They can go all the way.

6. Atlanta (11-4)—So can the Falcons.

7. Buffalo (9-6)—What a great job by Mike Mularkey.

8. NY Jets (10-5)—Pennington should've kept his mouth shut.

9. Denver (9-6)—Shanahan still knows how to do it.

10. Baltimore (8-7)—Ray Lewis era is ending.

11. Seattle (8-7)—Who are these guys?

12. Carolina (7-8)—Panthers have great character.

13. Jacksonville (8-7)—They had it in their hands.

14. Green Bay (9-6)—Overrated.

15. Minnesota (8-7)—So are the Vikings.

16. Cincinnati (7-8)—Bright outlook for 2005.

17. Kansas City (7-8)—Would make playoffs in NFC.

18. Houston (7-8)—Earned respect in Jacksonville.

19. St. Louis (7-8)—Are these guys any good?

20. New Orleans (7-8)—Haslett has them playing now.

21. Dallas (6-9)—What will the offseason bring?

22. Detroit (6-9)—Will it ever change in Detroit?

23. Tampa Bay (5-10)—Hard times ahead.

24. NY Giants (5-10)—Eli Manning getting better.

25. Washington (5-10)—Future dim for Redskins, too.

26. Oakland (5-10)—Raiders scoring points.

27. Arizona (5-10)—Little bit here, little bit there.

28. Chicago (5-10)—Bears not good.

29. Tennessee (4-11)—Could get worse next year.

30. Miami (4-11)—Dolphins showing some heart.

31. Cleveland (3-12)—Browns showing none.

32. San Francisco (2-13)—Back to their pre-Walsh roots.

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