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This week the Ravens take the lead in a highly contested spot.

Place Team (1st Place) Points Last Week
1 Ravens (3) 220 2
2 Steelers (2) 215 3
3 Jets (2) 214 1
4 Falcons 202 6
5 Colts 194 9
6 Patriots 186 8
7 Bears 178 11
8 Saints 171 5
9 Packers 166 4
10 Giants 162 17
11 Chiefs 150 10
12 Titans 145 16
13 Redskins 142 19
14 Texans 141 7
15 Eagles 130 20
16 Buccaneers 116 25
17 Dolphins 110 14
18 Jaguars 98 23
19 Chargers 96 12
20 Cardinals 92 26
21 Cowboys 87 15
22 Vikings 80 18
23 Bengals 72 13
24 Broncos 70 21
25 Seahawks 51 24
26 Raiders 51 28
27 Rams 45 22
28 Lions 41 30
29 Browns 29 27
30 49ers 20 29
31 Panthers 15 31
32 Bills 7 32

The Bears and Giants are the new additions to the Top 10. They replace the Texans and the Chiefs, who fall to 14th and 11th, respectively. Shuffling in the Top 10 is evident, as the Saints fall a few spots. But the Bengals fell the most–10 spots. And the Bills were unanimously voted for–in last place.

Risers:

Buccaneers 9
Giants 7
Redskins 6
Cardinals 6

Fallers:

Bengals -10
Texans -7
Chargers -7
Cowboys -6

ProFootballTalk.NbcSports.com, CBSSports.com, FOXSports.com, USATODAY.com, NFL.com, and espn.com were used in the making of these rankings.

Comment on where YOU think the teams should land! Or yell at me because my rankings don’t place your team up high. Enjoy.

Apologies for missing last week’s rankings, but I made sure this week’s were on time! As a bonus, I’ll let you see how I voted.

Place Team (1st Place) Points Me
1 Jets (3) 214 Jets
2 Ravens (3) 212 Steelers
3 Steelers (1) 210 Saints
4 Packers 204 Packers
5 Saints 201 Falcons
6 Falcons 196 Ravens
7 Texans 181 Patriots
8 Patriots 172 Texans
9 Colts 172 Colts
10 Chiefs 161 Bears
11 Bears 148 Chiefs
12 Chargers 143 Chargers
13 Bengals 118 Bengals
14 Dolphins 138 Titans
15 Cowboys 121 Vikings
16 Titans 117 Giants
17 Giants 114 Redskins
18 Vikings 111 Eagles
19 Redskins 107 Cowboys
20 Eagles 105 Broncos
21 Broncos 81 Dolphins
22 Rams 73 Buccaneers
23 Jaguars 68 Jaguars
24 Seahawks 65 Seahawks
25 Buccaneers 63 Rams
26 Cardinals 52 Cardinals
27 Browns 44 Browns
28 Raiders 32 Raiders
29 49ers 28 49ers
30 Lions 20 Panthers
31 Panthers 18 Lions
32 Bills 7 Bills

The Jets take the lead in a hotly contested race this week. Voters split between the Ravens and the Jets, and one lone dissident proclaimed the Steelers masters of the world. Meanwhile, the Packers, Saints, and Falcons are the best in the NFC. The Texans and Patriots took 7th and 8th respectively. In a surprising move, the Chiefs are now one place ahead of the Colts in the rankings.

Risers:

None this week, because there were no rankings last week!

Fallers:

See above.

ProFootballTalk.NbcSports.com, CBSSports.com, FOXSports.com, USATODAY.com, NFL.com, and espn.com were used in the making of these rankings.

Sorry about the lateness of this week’s rankings.

The Saints were almost unanimously voted into first place, while the Bills were voted unanimously–into last place.

Place Team (1st Place) Points Last Week
1 Saints (6) 223 1
2 Packers (1) 216 2
3 Texans 208 6
4 Steelers 202 7
5 Colts 191 5
6 Dolphins 182 14
7 Jets 176 11
8 Patriots 170 3
9 Bears 156 21
10 Bengals 155 16
11 Falcons 152 15
12 Chargers 151 13
13 Ravens 135 4
14 Titans 125 10
15 Giants 114 12
16 Eagles 114 18
17 Chiefs 113 23
18 Redskins 112 17
19 Buccaneers 103 28
20 Cowboys 94 9
21 Vikings 93 8
22 Broncos 79 25
23 Jaguars 75 20
24 Cardinals 66 19
25 Seahawks 56 22
26 49ers 53 24
27 Raiders 45 29
28 Panthers 34 26
29 Lions 32 27
30 Browns 21 30
31 Rams 18 31
32 Bills 7 32

The Saints stayed in first, while the Packers stayed put in second. behind them are the Texans, who moved up a few with their defeat of the Redskins last week. Then come the Steelers and the Colts. After them, the Dolphins, Jets, and Patriots, all from the AFC East. The Bears and the Bengals finish up the top 10, with only a point separating them.

Risers

Bears 12
Buccaneers 9
Dolphins 8
Bengals 6
Chiefs 6

Fallers

Vikings -13
Cowboys -11
Ravens -9
Patriots -5
Titans -4

The Bears fly up the rankings, from 21st all the way to ninth. The Buccaneers go from 28th to 19th. The Vikings, Cowboys, and Ravens all fall hard, with the Vikings down to 21st, the Cowboys to 20th, and the Ravens to 13th.

NBCSports.com, CBSSports.com, FOXSports.com, USATODAY.com, NFL.com, and espn.com were used in the making of these rankings.