NFL Power Rankings Week 9

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Teams that haven’t had their bye week yet have now played half their schedule but outside of the very good and the very bad, there isn’t a lot to separate much of the league.

There are no unbeatens and only the Oakland Raiders remain winless. More than half the league currently sits within two games of .500.

NFL Power Rankings for have been updated from their initial release following Monday Night Football.

Oct 26, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden (20) is taken down by Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden (23) and Cleveland Browns outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo (51) during the third quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Browns beat the Raiders 23-13. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

SLR’s Week 9 NFL Power Rankings: 26-32

28. The Raiders take over in the basement despite the Bucs having two terrible blowouts on their record. They will stay here for as long as they are the league’s last winless team.. 0-7. Last Week: 31. Oakland Raiders. 32. player

player. 48. When the Raiders finally get a win, it’s likely back to the bottom for the Bucs.. 1-6. Last Week: 32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 31

30. Rex Ryan doesn’t know who his quaterback is at this point, but that’s OK because unemployed coaches don’t need to know those details.. 1-7. Last Week: 30. New York Jets. 30. player

52. It’s best for Blake Bortles to play and take his lumps but he’s taking an awful lot.. 1-7. Last Week: 29. Jacksonville Jaguars. 29. player

2-6. Last Week: 28. Tennessee Titans. 28. player. 35. Good bye, Jake Locker. Hello, Zach Mettenberger. Will it even matter?

Last Week: 26. St. Louis Rams. 27. player. 51. The win over the Seahawks was a nice moment in an otherwise miserable season, which swung right back to miserable with a blowout loss to the Chiefs.. 2-5