NFL week 10 Power Rankings

Joshua Lobdell - Author

Jun. 15 2013, Updated 9:15 p.m. ET

1. New Orleans Saints- No matter who the opponent is, they simply win

2. Indianapolis Colts- Now they get another showdown with the Patriots

3. Minnesota Vikings- Jared Allen wants the sack title and it looks like he can win it

4. New England Patriots- Next up Peyton and the Colts

5. Pittsburgh Steelers- Running game and defense are on an upswing

6. Cincinnati Bengals- big time match up with the Steelers this week

7. Denver Broncos- The offense has begun to sputter

8. Dallas Cowboys- They are a pretty hot team for the moment

9. Philadelphia Eagles- only 1-8-1 in last 10 games decided by 6 points or less

10. Atlanta Falcons- Keep giving Michael Turner the ball

11. Arizona Cardinals- They seem to be a better road team

12. Baltimore Ravens- May face a tough fight to make the playoffs

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13. San Diego Chargers- It looks like this team finally woke up

14. New York Giants- Looking to find some traction

15. Houston Texans- 5-4 heading to a bye, great shot at AFC wild card

16. Miami Dolphins- they need a big time wide out

17. New York Jets- maybe less talk, more hard work

18. Green Bay Packers- Their O line is the reason they lose

19. San Francisco 49ers- lost four in a row

20. Chicago Bears- Jay Cutler is a high reward QB that comes with high risk

21. Carolina Panthers- DeAngelo Williams is on a tear

22. Jacksonville Jaguars- 4-4, but need more road win to be a serious contender

23. Buffalo Bills- At least Jarius Byrd is having a good year

24. Tennessee Titans- Vince Young has been steady so far

25. Seattle Seahawks- next three on the road where they are winless

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Josh Freeman needs to play

27. Oakland Raiders- for the past six years they have won just 5 games each, that will continue

28. Kansas City Chiefs- Larry Johnson is gone, and they are better for it

29. St. Louis Rams- three game homestand first up the Saints

30. Washington Redskins- They have yet to score more than 17 points this year

31. Detroit Lions- Matt Stafford is clearly not the answer

32. Cleveland Browns- their season cannot be saved, and Mangini probably cannot save his job


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