In our Week 6 NFL power rankings, the New York Giants are getting their respect while the Denver Broncos are in absolute free-fall.
The Steelers can’t get off the field, and they can barely score a point.
The Texans finally won, and now we’re assured nobody is joining the Winless Club.
It’s time to find a real quarterback come this offseason. The question is whether Ron Rivera will still be in town.
Matt Rhule is only the first domino.
Chicago has a real chance to get to 3-3. Who would have ever thought?
Man, the Lions were supposed to be fun. Instead, Detroit is only fun for opponents.
The Colts are somehow .500 despite looking completely rudderless offensively.
Bailey Zappe? Bailey Zappe! And a killer defensive showing last week.
Jets’ fans should celebrate. The record is a bit smoke and mirrors, but New York is finally showing something.
Geno Smith might be a real answer. Who the hell would have thought that?
The Browns should have beaten the Chargers, but couldn’t hit a field goal. Also, that Jacoby Brissett interception? Brutal.
Atlanta has one of the least-talented roster in the league, but the coaching is good and the effort is excellent.
What can be said that hasn’t already been? Hideous football.
The Raiders aren’t getting penalized, unlike Chris Jones.
Kyler Murray needs to be much, much better. It’s not getting the job done.
Remember when the Jaguars were going to be a frisky contender? Haven’t looked the part over the past two weeks.
New Orleans is hanging around. The offense and defense both need work, but the Saints aren’t buried.
Three straight weeks going into the bye week, and suddenly the Titans are a real team.
Holy crap somebody block.
Brandon Staley is his own worst enemy, but despite it all, the Chargers are 3-2.
The line isn’t good enough, and Joe Burrow has to find explosive plays with his receivers.
Love the effort and the fight from the Giants. Coming back from a 17-3 deficit, in London, against Aaron Rodgers? That’s talking.
Miami needs to survive the toughest type of injury; the starting quarterback.
Cooper Rush has been terrific, but Dak Prescott will get his job back. That said, he owes Rush a steak dinner for al he’s done.
At some point, the defense needs to figure out its scheme and the receivers have to uncover.
San Francisco is now dealing with defensive injuries, but this is a contender.
Justin Tucker is the greatest kicker of all-time. No contest.
The Vikings have some warts, but they deserve shine. Sitting at 4-1, with a win over the Packers, atop the NFC North.
Once the Bucs get their offense rolling, they’re going to be a force in the NFC.
Ugly start, fantastic finish. Now, the game of the year against Buffalo.
Nobody is more terrifying than the Bills when they get rolling.
Unbeaten, and undeterred despite a tough game in Arizona.