2011 NFL Power Rankings: Week Five

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21. Chicago Bears (2-3): It’s safe to say the Bears played some of the ugliest football you’ll ever see against the Lions on Monday.

22. Philadelphia Eagles (1-4): Did anyone really think (think, not hope) the Eagles would be 1-4?

23. Cleveland Browns (2-2): Will Peyton Hillis get enough touches on Sunday to put an end to the speculation surrounding his contract situation?

24. Kansas City Chiefs (2-3): Once completely helpless, the Chiefs have shown that they haven’t given up on their season.

25. Carolina Panthers (1-4): Fantasy owners have to wonder which week is the week Newton finally comes back to Earth.

26. Minnesota Vikings (1-4): The Vikings aren’t as bad as their record indicates, but that’s the way it goes in the NFL.

27. Arizona Cardinals (1-4): So far, Kevin Kolb hasn’t been the answer in Arizona.

28. Denver Broncos (1-4): The Tim Tebow lovefest has begun, whether you like it or not.

29. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-4): What’s the over/under on how many years until they move?

30. St. Louis Rams (0-4): A young team being crushed by preseason expectations.

31. Indianapolis Colts (0-5): Curtis Painter at least makes them tolerable to watch, but don’t expect much.

32. Miami Dolphins (0-4): Losing Chad Henne for the season puts them in the driver’s seat for Andrew Luck.


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