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NFC Week 5 Power Rankings 2019

NFC Power Rankings Week 5

Hello NFL fan! We have NFC Week 4 Power Rankings ready for you. This week Spinksy, James & Van will share their power ranking tables and tell you a little bit why they chose the specific power ranking order in the comments below. Find out more about AFC Power Ranking Week  5 here on Sports Talk Line, or check out official NFL Power Ranking for even more in-depth power ranking information.

Steven Van Over
Joshua Griffith
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Dallas, Cowboys, NFC East1222
San Francisco, 49ers, NFC West2313
New Orleans, Saints, NFC South3641
Los Angeles, Rams, NFC West4175
Chicago, Bears, NFC North5864
Green Bay, Packers, NFC North6738
Philadelphia, Eagles, NFC East7487
Seattle, Seahawks, NFC West8956
Tampa Bay, Buccaneers, NFC South951111
Detroit, Lions, NFC North101099
Minnesota, Vikings, NFC North11111010
Carolina, Panthers, NFC South12131212
New York, Giants, NFC East13121313
Atlanta, Falcons, NFC South14141415
Washington, Redskins, NFC East15161614
Arizona, Cardinals, NFC West16151516
stevenvanoverRams over the Cowboys because they at least put up a ton of points on the board. Though both teams lost they are still the most complete rosters out there right now. They stay at the top. 49ers in 3rd? They earned it. Eagles and Bucs are hard chargers. Saints are winning with Brees on the bench against top competition. Packers look great but not good enough. Bears have that defense. Seahawks are there. Lions, Vikings, Giants, Panthers and Falcons are all in the same bag. Which is a compliment to the Giants. Cards and Skins. What can you say.
joshuagriffithThe only undefeated team in the NFC top my Power Rankings this week, the San Francisco 49er's at 3-0 haven't really been tested yet, but they are 3-0. The Cowboys, Packers, and Rams all took their first loss of the year. The Cowboys and Packers still make out the top 3 as they played tough opponents. New Orleans, Seattle, and Chicago all jump the Los Angeles Rams who drop to seven for me as the worst 3-1 team as they have not looked good so far this year. There are the Detriot lions and then there is a bunch of 2-2 teams who could see their season's go anyway. The Atlanta Falcons can't get anything going right now for some reason and then Arizona, and the only 0-4 team in the NFC the Washington Redskins.
jamestorresThe NFC is a little more muddled at the top. Each top performer with a blemish on its record but New Orleans is winning without Drew Brees at the helm. Dallas isn't far behind but has a loss to a Brees-less Saints squad. SF remains unbeaten after a untimely bye week. Chicago's defense may be the best we have seen in modern history. The LA Rams lost to a schizophrenic Tampa Bay. The rest of the group is looking for an identity. All except the bottom three teams. Each is hapless in their own unique way and will struggle to find wins anywhere.

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