Originally written on Sports-Glory  |  Last updated 10/20/14
In this week’s edition of the Fab Five, a new king reigns supreme for the first time in this season’s power rankings, while a formidable up and comer benefits from a another big win over one of the league’s best. Only the Kansas City Chiefs remain undefeated heading into Week 8, and for the most part, each of the NFL’s top franchises have shown their vulnerabilities at one time or another after seven weeks of play. Injuries also played a large role last week, hitting some harder than others when players such as Sam Bradford, Reggie Wayne, Brian Cushing, and Leon Hall, were all lost for the remainder of 2013. Just as concerning in the immediate future, Chicago’s Jay Cutler and Lance Briggs, along with the Bucs’ Doug Martin, are also headed for some significant time off with the hope of returning this season. 1. Kansas City Chiefs (7-0) This Week-vs Cleveland Browns Despite the fact that the Chiefs were expected to compete in their division this season, there weren’t too many who projected Kansas City to be the last of the NFL’s unbeaten teams after seven games. Last week, the Chiefs continued to roll with arguably their biggest win so far this season, barely squeaking by the visiting Houston Texans 17-16 on Sunday. In Week 8, Kansas City will welcome the 
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