Power Rankings Week 9

Minnesota is averaging a staggering 5.8 YPC. Anybody else miss Steve Hutchinson? Detroit is really coming on. The current incarnation of the Seahawks would lose to quite a few teams in the NFC in the playoffs. The Packers are 7-1 with a 3.3 YPC on offense. The Hawks defense and GB defense are almost identical statistically. We’ll see if Holmgren’s new pass first offense leads to similar results in the W/L column.

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Rank
Team
Team Strength
Change
1
New England
25.64
-2.70
2
Pittsburgh
18.47
2.38
3
Indianapolis
17.39
-2.87
4
Dallas
14.56
1.76
5
Green Bay
7.03
1.50
6
Tennessee
5.57
0.95
7
NY Giants
5.25
-0.10
8
Tampa Bay
3.77
0.49
9
Minnesota
3.41
3.59
10
Seattle
3.2
-0.90
11
Detroit
3.18
5.50
12
San Diego
2.27
-4.93
13
Jacksonville
0.54
-2.34
14
Philadelphia
0.39
-3.95
15
Washington
-0.01
1.03
16
Cleveland
-0.05
0.36
17
Arizona
-2.38
-0.97
18
Houston
-2.83
1.77
19
Carolina
-3.12
-1.54
20
New Orleans
-3.41
2.56
21
Buffalo
-3.78
3.03
22
Kansas City
-3.88
-1.84
23
Baltimore
-4.05
-4.34
24
Oakland
-4.19
-0.59
25
Cincinnati
-7.04
-1.31
26
Chicago
-7.19
0.00
27
Atlanta
-7.58
2.03
28
NY Jets
-10.06
0.41
29
Miami
-10.96
0.10
30
San Francisco
-11.76
0.85
31
Denver
-14.2
-3.94
32
St. Louis
-17.03
0.00

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