NFL Power Rankings: Wild Card Round

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Dec 28, 2014; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (5) high fives fans after the game against the Chicago Bears at TCF Bank Stadium. The Minnesota Vikings win 13-9. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

SLR’s Wild Card NFL Power Rankings: 21-25

New York Giants. 25. player. 31. It was odd to see Eli Manning attempting more than 50 passes in a meaningless season finale but that is what the Giants did in their loss to the Eagles. Tom Coughlin reportedly is safe for next year but the Giants feel like a team in need of a reboot.. 6-10. Last Week: 25

player. 53. A once surprisingly promising season ends with a thud with Connor Shaw drawing the start in the season finale. Not exactly what the Browns had in mind at quarterback when figuring their plans for the 2014 season.. 7-9. Last Week: 24. Cleveland Browns. 24

23. player. 60. Fitting the Vikings close the season with a win over the Bears because the Vikings are the one of the two with the clearer path forward.. 7-9. Last Week: 23. Minnesota Vikings

7-9. Last Week: 22. New Orleans Saints. 22. player. 15. 2014 was a total disappointment for the Saints but hey, 7-9 is good enough for second place in the NFC South.

The Rams had some nice wins but no where near enough of them. That has come to define the Jeff Fisher era in St. Louis.. 6-10. Last Week: 21. St. Louis Rams. 21. player. 51

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