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2017 Week 7 NFL Power Rankings: Despite loss, Chiefs remain on top, Browns remain on bottom and Cardinals move up

The NFL is filled with parity and it makes the league more interesting.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Arizona Cardinals Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

There is nothing certain in the NFL right now other than the Cleveland Browns are bad.

Every week, no matter the game, it seems like there is no way of knowing what will happen.

The Kansas City Chiefs finally lost a game, but you can’t tell me they are not the best team still.

Let’s take a look at the week seven NFL Power Rankings.

The one loss wonders (5-1)

Chiefs won head-to-head, nothing more to it at this point.

1.Kansas City Chiefs
2. Philadelphia Eagles

Only two losses, but a lot questions

Pick a team that is 4-2, any team (except Green Bay) and put them in any order and I won’t argue too much. For me, it is the Pats and Panthers at the top because they have both been to the mountain top. Vikings have a great defense, Steelers have the potential to be a great offense and the Saints... They’re on fire.

3. New England Patriots (4-2)
4. Carolina Panthers (4-2)
5. Minnesota Vikings (4-2)
6. Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2)
7. New Orleans Saints (3-2)
8. Washington Redskins (3-2)
9. Seattle Seahawks (3-2)
10. Los Angles Rams (4-2)
11. Atlanta Falcons (3-2)
12. Green Bay Packers (4-2)
13. Miami Dolphins (3-2)
14. Buffalo Bills (3-2)
15. Denver Broncos (3-2)

Three losses, more problems

Much like the two loss teams, I am not partial to any particular order. The Lions look bad after starting good, the Texans look great after starting bad and the Bengals and Cardinals are somehow 3-3.

Yet, the Jets are the most surprising team in this group.

16. Detroit Lions (3-3)
17. Houston Texans (3-3)
18. Cincinnati Bengals (3-3)
19. Dallas Cowboys (2-3)
20. Arizona Cardinals (3-3)
21. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-3)
22. New York Jets (3-3)
23. Tennessee Titans (3-3)
24. Baltimore Ravens (3-3)
25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-3)

Four losses and a whole lot of problems

More was expected from the Titans and Raiders.

26. Indianapolis Colts (2-4)
27. Los Angles Chargers (2-4)
28. Oakland Raiders (2-4)
29. Chicago Bears (2-4)

They’re on the board

Lose your best player, play your best game... Makes sense.

30. New York Giants (1-5)

Winless, but not hopeless

31. San Francisco 49ers (0-6)

Winless, clueless, hopeless

32. Cleveland Browns (0-6)