NFL Power Rankings Week 7: Seahawks Fall from Top 5

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Oct 12, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns defensive end John Hughes (93) sacks Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (7) during the third quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

SLR’s Week 7 NFL Power Rankings: 16-20

Need a win in San Diego this week if they are going to have anything to say about how the AFC West shakes out this season.. 2-3. Last Week: 22. Kansas City Chiefs. 20. player. 124

Last Week: 16. Pittsburgh Steelers. 19. player. 55. There just doesn’t seem to be anything the Steelers do really well anymore.. 3-3

New York Giants. 18. player. 31. Just when it looked like the Giants were getting things figured out, they get blown out on national television for the second time this season.. 3-3. Last Week: 17

17. player. 15. The good news for the Saints is that their bye week came at a good time following a 2-3 start. The bad news is they come out of it with a road trip to Detroit to face the NFL’s number one defense.. 2-3. Last Week: 15. New Orleans Saints

Last Week: 24. Cleveland Browns. 16. player. 53. With games against Jacksonville, Oakland and Tampa Bay, the Browns have a real chance to be 6-2 at the halfway point of the season.. 3-2