NFL Power Rankings: Wild Card Round

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Dec 28, 2014; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans quarterback Charlie Whitehurst (12) hands off to Tennessee running back Shonn Greene (23) against the Indianapolis Colts during the first half at LP Field. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

SLR’s Wild Card NFL Power Rankings: 26-32

35. The Titans finish the season as the worst team in the SideLion Report NFL Power Rankings but they won’t have the first overall pick in the 2015 draft. Ken Whisenhunt has his work cut out for him in his second year as Titans head coach.. 2-14. Last Week: 32. Tennessee Titans. 32. player

player. 48. Signing Josh McCown in the offseason proved to be a terrible decision but the Bucs will have the first overall pick in the 2015 draft to aid in their search for a true solution at football’s most important position.. 2-14. Last Week: 31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 31

52. With the majority of his rookie season taking the usual bumps and bruises of a rookie quarterback, all eyes will be on Blake Bortles in year two to show that he’s the guy to lead the Jaguars forward.. 3-13. Last Week: 30. Jacksonville Jaguars. 30. player

30. It’s never good when word leaks that the head coach has begun clearing out some items from his office before even being fired and with a game still to play. To the credit of Rex Ryan and his players, the Jets played well in week 17 to end the season on a high note.. 4-12. Last Week: 29. New York Jets. 29. player

player. 28. Just three wins on the year, but it was a decent trio over the Chiefs, 49ers and Bills. Week 17, however, was like a double-defeat for the Raiders with another loss on the field and news that Jim Harbaugh is expected to take the head coaching job at the University of Michigan.. 3-13. Last Week: 27. Oakland Raiders. 27

5-11. Last Week: 26. Chicago Bears. 26. player. 57. A season that many felt would see the Bears contend for a division title ends with the Bears in sole possession of last place in the NFC North.

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