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ESPN NFL Power Rankings 2015: Week 4

New England Patriots continue to lead the pack in the 2015 ESPN NFL Power Rankings latest release in Week 4.

The Miami Dolphins and the San Francisco 49ers both suffered big drops, while Eli Manning and the New York Giants were the biggest movers in Week 4.

The NFL Power Rankings are selected by ESPN’s Power Panel, which is composed of a group of more than 80 writers, editors and television personalities.”

There are seven undefeated teams left in the league this season and six of them are in the top half of the power rankings.

The Patriots (3-0) remain No. 1 for the third straight week, following its dominating 51-17 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 3 on Sunday.

Since losing 41-14 to the Kansas City Chiefs in a Monday Night Football battle last September, Tom Brady and the New England have trotted to 16-2 record since – including playoffs – while the team is averaging 34.2 points per game and allowing 19.7 at the other end.

The Arizona Cardinals (3-0) who have scored 126 points in their first three games, which tied for the fourth-most points in NFL history at the completion of three games – moved up one place to No. 2 after crushing the San Francisco 49ers 47-7 at the weekend. They are allowing an average of 16.3 per game into three contests in the 2015 season.

Despite holding off the Chiefs in Monday Night Football this week, the Green Bay Packers (3-0) slipped one place to No. 3, with the top five completed by the Denver Broncos (3-0) and the Cincinnati Bengals (3-0).

Another notable mover were the Atlanta Falcons (3-0) who rallied to defeat the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday raced out to a 3-0 record on the season for the third time “since the ’80s.”

The Chicago Bears (0-3) continue to sit at the base of the Power Rankings. The Bears have scored just 46 points through the first three games of the season, and failed to trouble the scoreboard in a 26-0 defeat to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3.

During that Week 3 defeat as well, Chicago punted on all 10 of their possessions.


1 Patriots (3-0)
2 Cardinals (3-0)
3 Packers (3-0)
4 Broncos (3-0)
5 Bengals (3-0)
6 Falcons (3-0)
7 Seahawks (1-2)
8 Steelers (2-1)
9 Panthers (3-0)
10 Bills (2-1)
11 Cowboys (2-1)
12 Chiefs (1-2)
13 Vikings (2-1)
14 Colts (1-2)
15 Jets (2-1)
16 Giants (1-2)
17 Eagles (1-2)
18 Chargers (1-2)
19 Rams (1-2)
20 Raiders (2-1)
21 Texans (1-2)
22 Ravens (0-3)
23 Dolphins (1-2)
24 Titans (1-2)
25 Lions (0-3)
26 Browns (1-2)
27 Redskins (1-2)
28 49ers  (1-2)
29 Jaguars (1-2)
30 Buccaneers (1-2)
31 Saints (0-3)
32 Bears (0-3)

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