Welcome to the post-Week 4 edition of triggering power rankings.
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No. 32: New York Jets (+0)
The Jets are counting down the days until Trevor Lawrence is donning the Gotham green.
No. 31: New York Giants (+0)
The Giants were within striking distance with the Rams, but Daniel Jones undermined a comeback attempt with a late interception.
No. 30: Atlanta Falcons (-1)
Green Bay clobbered the Falcons on Monday Night Football. Dan Quinn will be looking for a new job in a few weeks.
No. 29: Denver Broncos (+1)
Denver got the win in East Rutherford, but Brett Rypien had a strange performance.
No. 28: Washington Football Team (-1)
Dwayne Haskins was not awful, but Washington is in an unfortunate predicament. However, they are only half of a game out of a playoff spot.
No. 27: Jacksonville Jaguars (-2)
The Jaguars have performed poorly in the last few weeks after a solid two-week start.
No. 26: Miami Dolphins (-2)
Miami held Russell Wilson in check to some degree, but the Dolphins still walked away with the loss.
No. 25: Carolina Panthers (+1)
Carolina has won back-to-back games over the Chargers and Cardinals, and they have some winnable games coming up on the schedule.
No. 24: Houston Texans (-3)
Houston is sitting at 0-4 now, but they will not have to contend with Bill O’Brien’s head coaching ineptitude.
No. 23: Los Angeles Chargers (-3)
The Chargers played a productive first half before a fumble launched a Tampa Bay comeback. The Chargers were generally fine, but Justin Herbert’s interception on the final drive left a bad taste.
No. 22: Detroit Lions (-3)
The Lions have lost six consecutive games that they held a 10-point lead in.
No. 21: Las Vegas Raiders (-4)
The Bills overmatched the Raiders.
No. 20: Minnesota Vikings (+8)
Minnesota dug themselves out of a 0-3 hole, but they are still three games behind the Packers within the division.
No. 19: Cincinnati Bengals (+4)
Joe Burrow won his first NFL game, and he has continued to look polished.
No. 18: Chicago Bears (-2)
Nick Foles was a dud in his first start with Chicago.
No. 17: Arizona Cardinals (-6)
The Cardinals have disappointed over the last two weeks, taking two bad losses.
No. 16: Philadelphia Eagles (+6)
The Eagles went to Santa Clara and upset the 49ers. It was an ugly win, but they now lead the NFC East.
No. 15: Dallas Cowboys (-2)
Dallas has a stellar offense and an equally atrocious defense. It is an equation for excitement, but it may not lead to victories.
No. 14: San Francisco 49ers (-2)
The 49ers are patiently waiting for Jimmy Garoppolo to return.
No. 13: Cleveland Browns (+5)
The Browns put up 49 points on Dallas, and the offense is having one of its best stretches in Browns’ history.
No. 12: Indianapolis Colts (+2)
Statistically, the Colts have the best defense in the NFL.
No. 11: New Orleans Saints (+4)
New Orleans had an impressive come-from-behind win in Detroit. Drew Brees looked like 2018 Brees more than early 2020 Brees.
No. 10: New England Patriots (-2)
If Cam Newton had started in Kansas City, they likely would have blown out the Chiefs. However, Brian Hoyer and Julian Edelman’s drops turned a close game into a scoreboard blowout.
No. 9: Los Angeles Rams (+0)
The Rams faced a tough rush defense, and they struggled relative to the first three weeks. It was an ugly win, but they won.
No. 8: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+2)
After a questionable first half, the Buccaneers were great in the second half. Tom Brady leads the NFL in deep passing yards.
No. 7: Tennessee Titans (-1)
The Titans did not play in Week 4. They have a chance to regain their top-six spot with a win over the Bills.
No. 6: Pittsburgh Steelers (-1)
The Steelers did not play in Week 4. They welcome the Eagles to Heinz Field on Sunday.
No. 5: Buffalo Bills (+2)
The Bills looked great in Las Vegas. Josh Allen is playing as an MVP-caliber quarterback through four weeks.
No. 4: Seattle Seahawks (+0)
Seattle flew across the country and came away with a gritty win over Miami. Russell Wilson is still the MVP front-runner.
No. 3: Baltimore Ravens (-1)
Baltimore took care of business in Landover.
No. 2: Kansas City Chiefs (-1)
The Chiefs have played up to their dynastic potential for three quarters and one play this season. It took almost 45 minutes for the Chiefs to put away Hoyer and the Patriots.
No. 1: Green Bay Packers (+2)
The Packers have been the most impressive team in the NFL to this point. Aaron Rodgers and Jaire Alexander have been two of the best players in football to this point, and they should run away with the NFC North.
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