MARK CRAIG’S POWER RANKINGS

Biggest jump: Steelers, 22 to 13

Biggest fall: Jaguars, 8 to 20

 

1. Rams, 6-0 (Last week: 1)

Jared Goff + 270 yards rushing = another victory.

 

2. Patriots, 4-2 (3)

We all know how the AFC is going to go, don’t we?

 

3. Chiefs, 5-1 (2)

They do in K.C. The Super Bowl road goes through Foxborough.

 

4. Saints, 4-1 (5)

Must-see Week 7 — Drew Brees vs. Baltimore’s ‘D’.

 

5. Chargers, 4-2 (9)

Melvin Gordon restores some order in Cleveland.

 

6. Dolphins, 4-2 (11)

Brock Osweiler throws for 380 yards against Bears ‘D.’

 

7. Vikings, 3-2-1 (10)

They split the series against Joshes they should beat.

 

8. Bears, 3-2 (4)

Apparently it is possible to block Khalil Mack.

 

9. Eagles, 3-3 (13)

After bye against Giants, Eagles in Atlanta on Monday.

 

10. Redskins, 3-2 (14)

Alex Smith is 3-2. Same as Kirk Cousins was last year.

 

11. Packers, 3-2-1 (15)

Aaron Rodgers. Yada-yada. Comeback win in prime time.

12. Ravens, 4-2 (20)

Eleven sacks and a shutout on the road. Not bad.

 

13. Steelers, 3-2-1 (22)

Pittsburgh is 16-2 against Marvin Lewis in Cincinnati.

 

14. Lions, 2-3 (12)

Wins are against Brady and Rodgers (and Crosby).

 

15. Bengals, 4-2 (7)

Bengals should ask if they can play Steelers in London.

 

16. Panthers, 3-2 (6)

Can’t get away with three turnovers on the road.

 

17. Seahawks, 3-3 (21)

Seattle gets another week off after beating Raiders.

 

18. Texans, 3-3 (25)

Houston riding NFL’s ugliest three-game win streak.

 

19. Cowboys, 3-3 (26)

30th in passing, they rip Jags’ top-ranked pass defense.

 

20. Jaguars, 3-3 (8)

Outscored 70-21 on the road the past two weeks.

 

21. Browns, 2-3-1 (16)

First Super Bowl just might have to wait until ’19.

 

22. Jets, 3-3 (23)

Take two-game win streak into third straight home game.

 

23. Falcons, 2-4 (27)

There is a pulse in ATL as Giants come to town.

 

24. Broncos, 2-4 (24)

Run defense has allowed 593 yards in last two games.

 

25. Buccaneers, 2-3 (17)

Team for today’s fan. Great stats, win or mostly lose.

 

26. Bills, 2-4 (18)

When will Buffalo have seen enough of Nathan Peterman?

 

27. Titans, 3-3 (19)

Held to 106 yards while surrendering 11 sacks. At home.

 

28. 49ers, 1-5 (31)

FYI, NFL doesn’t like defensive stops deciding games.

 

29. Cardinals, 1-5 (28)

A bad way for Larry Fitzgerald Jr. to end his career.

 

30. Giants, 1-5 (30)

Odell Beckham Jr. + Giants losing = ESPN programming.

 

31. Colts, 1-5 (29)

Unlike Giants, they’re just quietly bad.

 

32. Raiders, 1-5 (32)

Jon Gruden will not lose this week. Guaranteed.