The World’s Most Prestigious Power Poll: Week 4

9/25/13 in NFL   |   PennSkinsFan   |   12 respect

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01. Denver Broncos [3-0]: Amazingly, Peyton Manning is once again the best football player in the world. [NC]
02. Seattle Seahawks [3-0]: Love their chances for the Super Bowl if they can get home field because nobody beats them in Seattle. [NC]
03. New England Patriots [3-0]: Passing game still looks smooth as silk, though schedule has been easy so far. [+2]
04. New Orleans Saints [3-0]: Defense looks much improved but Dolphins, Bears & Patriots will provide a sterner test. [+3]
05. Chicago Bears [3-0]: All eyes have been on Marc Trestman and his offense, but it’s the defense that still gets it done in Chicago. [+1]
06. Kansas City Chiefs [3-0]: Andy Reid is quickly rehabbing that reputation that got so battered the last two years. [+2]
07. Cincinnati Bengals [2-1]: Bengals played the most exciting game of football last week… and they won! How often have you been able to say that? [+3]
08. Indianapolis Colts [2-1]: I didn’t think they had it in them to defend the Niners and win the game, but they did and this is their reward. [+4]
09. Miami Dolphins [2-1]: Have two road wins and two wins over playoff teams. Upcoming game against the Saints should be a blast. [+4]
10. Baltimore Ravens [2-1]: They may not have the talent of a champion right now, but they’ve still got the heart, which is a lot more than Houston can say. [+3]
11. Dallas Cowboys [2-1]: Haven’t beaten anyone good, but their only loss was to the unbeaten Chiefs. [+2]
12. Houston Texans [2-1]: Just when you think these guys are ready to take the next step… They never are. [-3]
13. San Francisco 49ers [1-2]: Kaepernick is taking most of the heat, but what happened to the great defense of the last two years? [-5]
14. Atlanta Falcons [1-2]: Didn’t lose their second game last year until December. Considering how that turned out, maybe it is better to get these out of the way now. [-3]
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