Denver Broncos: Week Five NFL Power Rankings
13. Baltimore Ravens (6)
The Ravens put themselves in a great position to win the game Sunday with a great comeback to put them ahead in the final minutes. The Raiders have shown that clutch gene this season to pull things out at the last second, and Sunday was no different. The Ravens were 3-0 against a very cushy schedule, and will have to prove they are legitimate against tougher competition.
14. Los Angeles Rams (22)
Since they lost 28-0 in their opener, the Rams have been perfect in taking down the Seahawks, Buccaneers, and Cardinals. The Rams currently hold the top spot in the NFC West—just like we all expected. Case Keenum has yet to give the coaching staff a reason to put in first overall pick Jared Goff. We’ll see if they can keep this up, but they do play a pretty easy schedule in the next 8 weeks.
15. Buffalo Bills (20)
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Do you think there is anything that Rex Ryan enjoyed more than going into Belicheck’s house and shutting out the Patriots—with our without Brady? The answer is of course not. Rex was on the hot seat just two weeks ago, but back to back wins against the Cardinals and Patriots have quieted that narrative—for now.
16. Carolina Panthers (8)
So maybe letting Josh Norman not play out the franchise tag wasn’t the best idea after all. The Panthers young secondary is a mess. Cam Newton is getting destroyed this season. So far there is only one word to describe the Panthers season thus far—DISASTER.