NFL Power Rankings Week 5: Denver Broncos retains No. 1 spot


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With another week of NFL action in the books, it is time to see how all of the teams stack up against each other in the big league picture. The Denver Broncos continue their stranglehold on the top spot, while the New Orleans Saints are beginning to close the gap with their impressive Monday night performance.

All of the undefeated teams occupy the top five spots in the Week 5 Power Rankings, but there is one team with a losing record.

Despite a disappointing start to the season, the Atlanta Falcons sit at No. 10 with a 1-3 record. The record is less than ideal, but when you consider the Falcons three losses came from the Saints, Dolphins and Patriots, it is hard to knock them down too far. However, if they stumble against the Jets in Week 5, they will finally drop out of the top ten.

As for the bottom slots in the rankings, two Florida teams hold the honors.

The Jacksonville Jaguars continue their poor start to the season, while things are unraveling at an alarming rate in Tampa Bay.

There is still plenty of action left in the regular season, but with one month in the books everything is starting to take form.

Where does your team come in on the list?

Here are the power rankings heading in to Week 5 of the regular season:

1. broncos Denver Broncos (4-0)

2. saints New Orleans Saints (4-0)

3. seahawks Seattle Seahawks (4-0)

4. chiefs Kansas City Chiefs (4-0)

5. patriots New England Patriots (4-0)

6. bears Chicago Bears (3-1)

7. 49ers San Francisco 49ers (2-2)

8. colts Indianapolis Colts (3-1)

9. dolphins Miami Dolphins (3-1)

10. falcons Atlanta Falcons (1-3)

11. packers Green Bay Packers (1-2)

12. bengals Cincinnati Bengals (2-2)

13. lions Detroit Lions (3-1)

14. texans Houston Texans (2-2)

15. titans Tennessee Titans (3-1)

16. ravens Baltimore Ravens (2-2)

17. chargers San Diego Chargers (2-2)

18. cowboys Dallas Cowboys (2-2)

19. browns Cleveland Browns (2-2)

20. bills Buffalo Bills (2-2)

21. panthers Carolina Panthers (1-2)

22. cardinals Arizona Cardinals (2-2)

23. rams St. Louis Rams (1-3)

24. jets New York Jets (2-2)

25. eagles Philadelphia Eagles (1-3)

26. vikings Minnesota Vikings (1-3)

27. redskins Washington Redskins (1-3)

28. steelers Pittsburgh Steelers (0-4)

29. raiders Oakland Raiders (1-3)

30. giants New York Giants (0-4)

31. bucs Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-4)

32. jags Jacksonville Jaguars (0-4)

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  • Jason Oakley

    Are you kidding??!!!?? Saints over the Seahawks!!!!

    • Not as think as you drunk I am

      this list isn’t too bad compared to others I have seen, looks like a four way tie for first place so don’t take it too personal. patriots are too high up on the list they way they struggled so far this year

      • Jason Oakley

        I know your right -drunk- but hawks have won a close game week 1 dominated 2 home games and came back from 17 down (again) on the road….a top d and a very good offence ….to me that’s the most well rounded and balanced team in the NFC…obviously Denver is the dominating force in the NFL right now