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The following is Vic Ketchman's power rankings of NFL teams for week 10 of the 2004 season.

1. Pittsburgh (7-1)—They've earned it.

2. Philadelphia (7-1)—Teams are going to look at that Steelers tape.

3. New England (7-1)—Resilient, but I see cracks.

4. NY Jets (6-2)—Must bounce back against Ravens.

5. Atlanta (6-2)—Michael Vick beginning to lead the way.

6. Minnesota (5-3)—Not a championship defense.

7. Denver (6-3)—Bye week.

8. San Diego (6-3)—Is this really happening?

9. Indianapolis (5-3)—Poised for a run?

10. Baltimore (5-3)—A lot of defense, a little luck.

11. Seattle (5-3)—NFC West may be weakest division.

12. Jacksonville (5-3)—Time to come together.

13. NY Giants (5-3)—Lost to Bears at home.

14. Houston (4-4)—Must win at Indianapolis.

15. St. Louis (4-4)—Rams may be softest team in the league.

16. Green Bay (4-4)—Rested, ready to roll.

17. Detroit (4-4)—Up and down Lions in Jacksonville.

18. Kansas City (3-5)—So much for Chiefs comeback.

19. Dallas (3-5)—Time for Drew Henson.

20. Cleveland (3-5)—Browns host rival Steelers.

21. Tennessee (3-5)—What do Titans have left in the tank?

22. Buffalo (3-5)—Starting to turn it around.

23. Cincinnati (3-5)—Carson Palmer is the real thing.

24. Washington (3-5)—When does Gibbs pull plug on Brunell?

25. Arizona (3-5)—Future beginning to look bright.

26. Tampa Bay (3-5)—Gruden doing great job.

27. Chicago (3-5)—One of the league's true over-achievers.

28. New Orleans (3-5)—This is pathetic.

29. Oakland (3-6)—Season can't end soon enough.

30. Carolina (1-7)—Ditto.

31. San Francisco (1-7)—Season never started.

32. Miami (1-8)—Ditto.

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