NFL Power Rankings: Top Five Stays Steady

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Oct 25, 2015; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants linebacker

Jonathan Casillas

(54) gestures to the crowd going in the 4th quarter against the Dallas Cowboys at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: William Hauser-USA TODAY Sports

Week 8 NFL Power Rankings: 11-15

Rex Ryan’s first year in Buffalo has been rocky and the previously solid defense has taken a step back if anything.. 3-4. Last Week: 13. Buffalo Bills . 15. player. 16

Indianapolis Colts . 14. player. 46. The Colts’ only saving grace is that they reside in a dumpster fire of a division. We could be looking at the next sub-.500 division champion.. 3-4. Last Week: 15

54. The schedule sets up well for the Eagles to get on a bit of a run over the next month. They’re in deep trouble if they can’t take advantage.. 3-4. Last Week: 10. Philadelphia Eagles . 13. player

4-3. Last Week: 16. New York Giants . 12. player. 31. Injuries to the Dallas Cowboys were an opportunity for the rest of the NFC East and no one has taken advantage more than the Giants.

3-4. Last Week: 11. Seattle Seahawks . 11. player. 36. The results have been underwhelming so far but there is no reason to expect the Seahawks won’t be in the thick of the playoff race.

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