NFL Power Rankings Week 10

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November 2, 2014; Santa Clara, CA, USA; St. Louis Rams middle linebacker James Laurinaitis (55) celebrates after recovering the football during the fourth quarter against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi

SLR’s Week 10 NFL Power Rankings: 21-25

4-5. Last Week: 24. Minnesota Vikings. 25. player. 60. The 4-5 record doesn’t look so bad until you consider that the best team the Vikings have beaten is the St. Louis Rams, and that was before Adrian Peterson was deactivated.

The Rams are a team of extremes. The wins over the Seahawks and 49ers are very nice, but the Rams still have the second-worst point differential in the NFC.. 3-5. Last Week: 27. St. Louis Rams. 24. player. 51

57. The Bears are going to face some must-win games despite the season just entering the second half. The first one comes in week ten against the Packers.. 3-5. Last Week: 21. Chicago Bears. 23. player

The long week between appearances on Thursday Night Football and Monday Night Football give the Panthers defense a good chance to break out against the now Mark Sanchez-led Eagles offense.. 3-5-1. Last Week: 16. Carolina Panthers. 22. player. 87

10. With 11 AFC teams above .500 the Texans are looking up at a lot of teams despite their 4-5 record.. 4-5. Last Week: 22. Houston Texans. 21. player