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Rich’s 2016 NFL Power Rankings – Week 7

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  1. New England Patriots (last week: 1; record: 5-1) →  Brady looks like the MVP. Gronk looks unguardable. Defense is 2nd in points allowed per game.
  2. Minnesota Vikings (2; 5-0) →  Vikings beat the hell outta the bye week.
  3. Dallas Cowboys (11; 5-1) →  I think we’re all in agreement this team can’t go back to Tony Romo, right?
  4. Seattle Seahawks (5; 4-1) →  Russell Wilson just finds ways to win games at the end.
  5. Atlanta Falcons (7; 4-2) →  Falcons are getting more love for a loss than they have for any win this season.
  6. Denver Broncos (4; 4-2) →  We now have a blueprint for how to beat this Broncos team.
  7. Pittsburgh Steelers (3; 4-2) →  It’s nice of Roethlisberger to get his early injury out of way in the first half of this season.
  8. Washington Redskins (20; 4-2) → Do we have any idea if this team is good? How many rookie QBs have they faced?
  9. Buffalo Bills (19; 4-2) →  Don’t look now but maybe firing Greg Roman was the right move for Rex afterall.
  10. Kansas City Chiefs (14; 3-2) →  Death. Taxes. And Andy Reid winning after a bye-week.
  11. Oakland Raiders (10; 4-2) →  Deflating Week 6 loss but stock is still trending high on Raiders playoff hopes.
  12. Arizona Cardinals (18; 3-3) →  David Johnson is the best running back in football. It’s not a thin limb I’m out on that one.
  13. New York Giants (17; 3-3) →  I’m cool with Odell Beckham’s love affair with the punting net so long as it’s during a win.
  14. Detroit Lions (25; 3-3) →  Is Matthew Stafford really better without Megatron? Can that really be?
  15. Houston Texans (17; 4-2) →  How is this team 4-2 right now?
  16. Philadelphia Eagles (6; 3-2) →  Carson Wentz. Exposed.
  17. Green Bay Packers (8; 3-2) →  Something is wrong with Aaron Rodgers so myself and Packers fans are not going to R-E-L-A-X on this one.
  18. Baltimore Ravens (16; 3-3) →  If Ryan Mallett has to play this week all that’ll be a bigger upset than Steve Bisciotti being so low on this list.
  19. Cincinnati Bengals (9; 2-4) →  Is Tyler Eifert the solution for all their red zone problems? Andy Dalton hopes so.
  20. San Diego Chargers (21; 2-4) →  Those color rush uniforms were pretty dope, right?
  21. Tennessee Titans (28; 3-3) →  This team is winning the AFC South. Calling it now.
  22. Los Angeles Rams (12; 3-3) →  How many fantasy teams is Todd Gurley killing right now?
  23. New Orleans Saints (23; 2-3) →  Maybe Jim Mora Sr. was right and the season is not over after all.
  24. Jacksonville Jaguars (26; 2-3) →  Beating the Bears is not a great accomplishment. Gotta see consistency here.
  25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (27; 2-3) →  Curious how this team comes off the bye week. Doug Martin has a lot to prove.
  26. Miami Dolphins (29; 2-4) →  Hey big win! I don’t know where this team goes from here.
  27. Indianapolis Colts (31; 2-4) →  It’s amazing this team is finding ways to blow Andrew Luck’s prime years.
  28. Carolina Panthers (15; 1-5) →  I think it’s time for Cam Newton to have a post-game outfit for losses. It’s getting ridiculous.
  29. San Francisco 49ers (24; 1-5) →  Kaepernick definitely looked like he hasn’t played in a while
  30. New York Jets (22; 1-5) →  It was pretty cool Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg got a free trip to Arizona. Great sweatsuits, guys.
  31. Chicago Bears (30; 1-5) →  Brian Hoyer has now thrown for 300+ yards in four straight games, something no Bears QB has done. Ever. Think about that.
  32. Cleveland Browns (32; 0-6) →  As if it can’t get any worse now Terrelle Pryor is injured.