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NFL Power Rankings 2014 Week 8: Forget the Titans

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Our weekly look at where the teams around the NFL rank in the power rankings.

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Looking at the power rankings is a really depressing exercise when the Titans are so bad.  They moved up a spot or two in most rankings last week after beating the Jaguars, but they will lose those spots this week after the disaster against the Redskins.  Good times!

As always, I will update this thread with where the Titans rank around the league when those rankings come out.

Here are this week's power rankings:

1. Denver Broncos (LW:1)

2. Philadelphia Eagles (LW:2)

3. Green Bay Packers (LW:6)

4. Detroit Lions (LW:8)

5. Seattle Seahawks (LW:4)

6. San Diego Chargers (LW:3)

7. Indianapolis Colts (LW:9)

8. Cincinnati Bengals (LW:5)

9. Arizona Cardinals (LW:12)

10. New England Patriots (LW:10)

11. Dallas Cowboys (LW:14)

12. San Francisco 49ers (LW:7)

13. New Orleans Saints (LW:11)

14. Baltimore Ravens (LW:16)

15. Carolina Panthers (LW:13)

16. Kansas City Chiefs (LW:18)

17. Pittsburgh Steelers (LW:19)

18. Atlanta Falcons (LW:15)

19. Chicago Bears (LW:17)

20. Miami Dolphins (LW:22)

21. Cleveland Browns (LW:20)

22. New York Giants (LW:21)

23. Buffalo Bills (LW:24)

24. Washington Redskins (LW:25)

25. Houston Texans (LW:23)

26. Minnesota Vikings (LW:26)

27. St. Louis Rams (LW:31)

28. New York Jets (LW: 29)

29. Tennessee Titans (LW:27)

30. Jacksonville Jaguars (LW:32)

31. Oakland Raiders (LW:28)

32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LW:30)

Where the Titans rank around the web:

SB Nation: 30

ESPN: 28

Good news: The Titans forced Redskins QB Kirk Cousins to the bench Sunday. Bad news: They made Colt McCoy look like a Pro Bowl passer in his first extended game action since Week 16 of 2012.