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Here are The Sports Prophet's power rankings for week 6 in the NFL.





20. Seahawks: Another team with a great defense and cruddy offense.

21. Dolphins: Nobody wants to scrap it out with these guys. They're tough.

22. Saints: Thank you for finally winning so I don't have to rank you in the 30's.


23. Bucs: They have a tough mentality and a tough time scoring.

24. Jets: In the words of Vince Lombardi, "What the hell is goin on out there"

25. Lions: In the words of Jim Mora, "Playoffs, you kiddin me, Playoffs"

26. Chiefs: It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Brady Quinn to the rescue!

27. Panthers: I am shocked and disappointed with Cam's performance.

28. Bills: Great defense guys.  Way to spend that money.  Solid job!

29. Titans: Whoever thought these guys were making the playoffs, well...

30. Raiders: At least they didn't lose this week.  Oh they didn't play, my bad.

31. Jaguars: Ya know I think the Jags may be worse than the Browns.

32. Browns: Ya gotta win a game if you want to move up.  You just have to.


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