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2015 NFL power rankings: Undefeated teams all at the top

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The weekly ROTB rankings are in.

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After a fun and eventful week 4 of the NFL season, we present you the weekly power rankings:

1) Green Bay Packers (4-0) - Aaron Rogers to Richard Rogers for the 9-yard touchdown pass. Do you need anymore proof?

2) New England Patriots (3-0) - Tom Brady and the Patriots defeated the Steelers with Antonio Brown and Big Ben. Their defense is performing surprisingly well to help out their spectacular offense. The Pats own the AFC in this week's rankings.

3) Cincinnati Bengals (4-0) - The Bengals offense is performing at an extremely high level right now. Andy Dalton, A.J. Green, Sanu, Bernard, Hill, the list goes on. This is nothing new for this team who has consistently made the playoffs for the past 4 years in a row.

4) Atlanta Falcons (4-0) - Turnover after turnover for the Atlanta Falcons to assist their productive offense. Julio Jones scared fantasy owners this week, but has been averaging over 100 yards a game so there doesn't look to be any worry as they prepare to face a struggling Redskins team and stay undefeated.

5) Denver Broncos (4-0) - It has been a close season of victories for the Broncos week after week. However, their defense has been killing it, leading the NFL in sacks with 7 last week on Teddy Bridgewater. Wow. Just wow.

6) Arizona Cardinals (3-1) - The Cardinals lost a hard fought battle against to their division rival. Teams would not figure out how to stop the Cardinals passing game, but the Rams did - put pressure on Carson Palmer. Yet, their next matchup is against a struggling Lions defense that should allow Palmer the time he needs to re-boost the Cardinals spirits.

Here are the rest of the rankings:

7) Seattle Seahawks (2-2)
8) Carolina Panthers (4-0)
9) New York Jets (3-1)
10) Buffalo Bills (2-2)
11) Pittsburgh Steelers (2-2)
12) Minnesota Vikings (2-2)
13) Indianapolis Colts (2-2)
14) St. Louis Rams (2-2)
15) New York Giants (2-2)
16) San Diego Chargers (2-2)
17) Dallas Cowboys (2-2)
18) Kansas City Chiefs (1-3)
19) Philadelphia Eagles (1-3)
20) Oakland Raiders (2-2)
21) Washington Redskins (2-2)
22) Detroit Lions (0-4)
23) Tennessee Titans (1-2)
24) Cleveland Browns (1-3)
25) Jacksonville Jaguars (1-3)
26) Miami Dolphins (1-3)
26) New Orleans Saints (1-3)
27) Baltimore Ravens (1-3)
29) Chicago Bears (1-3)
30) San Francisco 49ers (1-3)
31) Houston Texans (1-3)
32) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-3)