NFL Power Rankings Week 5: Lions Hold Steady Despite Dropping to 0-4

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Oct 1, 2015; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Baltimore Ravens kicker

Justin Tucker

(9) celebrates his field goal against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the second half at Heinz Field. The Ravens won the game, 23-20 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports

Week 5 NFL Power Rankings: 11-15

124. The Chiefs have had three opportunities through the first four games to show they belong in the NFL’s upper echelon but have gone 0-3 in those games.. 1-3. Last Week: 12. Kansas City Chiefs . 15. player

26. The overtime win over the Steelers gets the Ravens back on track and meetings against the Browns and 49ers in weeks five and six are opportunities to really get right.. 1-3. Last Week: 16. Baltimore Ravens . 14. player

16. The Bills have set a disturbing pattern of good-bad-good-bad through four games this season.. 2-2. Last Week: 8. Buffalo Bills . 13. player

2-2. Last Week: 18. St. Louis Rams . 12. player. 51. The Rams may have the NFL’s most impressive pair of wins (Seahawks, Cardinals) but they haven’t shown that they can show up with a consistent effort from week to week.

player. 60. A game clear of the Bears and two games clear of the Lions, the Vikings are likely the only team left to challenge the Packers in the NFC North – as small as those chances may be.. 2-2. Last Week: 11. Minnesota Vikings . 11

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