PFT’s Week 7 2022 NFL Power Rankings

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1. Eagles (6-0; No. 1): Hard to find the first possible “L” for the best team in the league.

2. Bills (5-1; No. 2): This year, they need a regular-season win at KC to earn a rematch in Buffalo.

3. Chiefs (4-2; No. 3): With Super Bowl LIV rematch, they’ll have to dig deep to avoid falling to 4-3.

4. Cowboys (4-2; No. 4): They need to shake things up Sunday night and focus on getting some wins.

5. Giants (5-1; No. 8): Imagine how good they would be if they could fix the personnel mistakes of the previous regime.

6. Vikings (5-1; No. 11): Sometimes, winning games late isn’t a fluke. It’s a habit.

7. Jets (4-2; No. 12): Ten years after the Bud fumble, they might be ready for NBC primetime again.

8. Ravens (3-3; No. 6): If they ever learn how to take a double-digit fourth-quarter lead, they’ll be unstoppable.

9. Titans (3-2; No. 10): Other than the Colts, they’ll be competing for a playoff spot this weekend.

10. Packers (3-3; No. 9): They need OBJ, ASAFP.

11. Buccaneers (3-3; No. 5): Maybe Tom Brady Quietly withdraws.

12. Bengals (3-3; No. 13): It would be nice to see them beat someone to make them believe.

13. Patriots (3-3; No. 16): As leaves fall from trees, so do patriots.

14. Falcons (3-3; No. 20): Arthur Smith, coach of the year?

15. Chargers (4-2; No. 15): How did this team win four of six games?

16. 49ers (3-3; No. 7): At least they didn’t blow a 28-3 lead.

17. Dolphins (3-3; No. 14): It’s prayer time, right on time.

18. Rams (3-3; No. 17): Game Acres Sean McVay is the first player to opt out of the ride. Will Akers be the last?

19. Colts (3-2-1; No. 19): A win against the Broncos on Thursday night could boost a playoff run.

20. Seahawks (3-3; No. 24): What if Seattle makes the playoffs and Denver doesn’t?

21. Jaguars (2-4; No. 18): Just as they built a 14-0 lead in Philly, they fell apart.

22. Browns (2-4; No. 21): The Browns are still the Browns.

23. Steelers (2-4; No. 29): Again, they become more dangerous when everyone is counting on them.

24. Saints (2-4; No. 22): Dennis Allen is the head coach, but I’m still waiting to see who replaces Sean Payton.

25. Cardinals (2-4; No. 23): Maybe Kliff Kingsbury will be Matt Rule’s offensive coordinator next year.

26. Raiders (1-4; No. 27): Window open to win a few games.

27. Generals (2-4; no. 31): with Carson Wentz A few weeks out, why not check it out Sam Howell Can?

28. Broncos (2-4; No. 25): Broncos country, could slide.

29. Bears (2-4; No. 26): Justin Fields And keeps getting better. If there is anyone else around him who does that.

30. Texans (1-3-1; No. 28): They need to move into the top 20 to land Zach Easterby.

31. Lions (1-4; No. 30): They are always present Hard knocks.

32. Panthers (1-5; No. 32): Robbie Anderson should send Steve Wilks a thank-you note.

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