Week 9 NFL power rankings

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  1. Atlanta Falcons (7-0) | 1 | Unbeaten, not unbeatable
  1. Houston Texans (6-1) | 2 | AFC's best for now
  1. Chicago Bears (6-1) | 3 | Leading a very good NFC chasing Atlanta
  1. New York Giants (6-2) | 4 | Suddenly running away with NFC East
  1. Green Bay Packers (5-3) | 5 | Looking a cut below the NFC's best right now
  1. Baltimore Ravens (5-2) | 6 | Injuries may be too much overcome
  1. San Francisco 49ers (6-2) | 7 | Smith could manage them to the Super Bowl
  1. New England Patriots (5-3) | 8 | Gaining momentum
  1. Denver Broncos (4-3) | 12 | Manning's back – and they're dangerous
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers (4-3) | 14 | Taking their normal place in the Top 10
  1. Minnesota Vikings (5-3) | 9 | Falling back to earth
  1. Seattle Seahawks (4-4) | 10 | Loss to the Lions could hurt come January
  1. Detroit Lions (3-4) | 13 | Coming to town really needing to win
  1. Miami Dolphins (4-3) | 19 | Worlds better than anyone thought
  1. Arizona Cardinals (4-4) | 11 | This slip looks permanent
  1. Indianapolis Colts (4-3) | 27 | Huge jump gives credit where its due
  1. San Diego Chargers (3-4) | 15 |Really bad loss to Browns
  1. Philadelphia Eagles (3-4) | 16 | The slide continues
  1. Washington Redskins (3-5) | 17 | RG not enough . . . yet
  1. Dallas Cowboys (3-4) | 20 | Talk about your game of inches
  1. Cincinnati Bengals (3-4) | 18 | Still time to turn things around
  1. Tennessee Titans (3-5) | 23 | An overtime loss from feeling good at midway point
  1. Buffalo Bills (3-4) | 21 | Floundering around .500 continues
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-4) | 25 | Forming a strong identity
  1. New York Jets (3-5) | 22 | This is looking irreversible
  1. Oakland Raiders (3-4) | 29 | Clawing their way back
  1. New Orleans Saints (2-5) | 24 | The lost season continues
  1. St. Louis Rams (3-5) | 26 | Won't miss Wembley one bit
  1. Cleveland Browns (2-6) | 30 | First victory for Haslam
  1. Carolina Panthers (1-6) | 28 | League's longest losing streak   
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-6) | 31 | Good signs for Gabbert
  1. Kansas City Chiefs (1-6) | 32 | Still haven't led in regulation
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