Team rankings

Nfl Week

November 26, 2006

(Last week's ranking in parentheses)

1. Colts (1)

Even Peyton Manning can't win them all.

2. Bears (2)

New motto: "I love East Rutherford, N.J."

3. Chargers (4)

Philip Rivers keeps rolling along.

4. Ravens (4)

Cruising in a Jim Fassel-free zone.

5. Broncos (3)

Will it be Jake Plummer or Jay Cutler?

6. Patriots (6)

No chance they'd lose three straight.

7. Cowboys(11)

Tony Romo is romancing Cowboys fans.

8. Panthers (12)

Looking super once again.

9. Jaguars (13)

Saved face against Tom Coughlin.

10. Seahawks(8)

Let's give them a mulligan.

11. Giants (7)

Remorse for opportunity lost.

12. Chiefs (14)

Larry Johnson is the man.

13. Saints (9)

Feeling heat after quick start.

14. Bengals (17)

One hamstring is all Chad Johnson needs.

15. Jets (16)

One step at a time, Jets fans.

16. Falcons (15)

Who should go: Jim Mora or Michael Vick?

17. Steelers (21)

Ben Roethlisberger starting to rebound?

18. 49ers (23)

Mike Nolan is new fashion plate.

19. Eagles (10)

Wait 'til next year.

20. Dolphins (22)

Joey Harrington looking good.

21. Bills (24)

J.P. Losman to Lee Evans a winning combo.

22. Vikings (19)

Looking like damaged goods.

23. Rams (18)

Literally run over by Panthers.

24. Packers (20)

Bad wrist may end Brett Favre's streak.

25. Buccaneers (27)

Jon Gruden headed to (fill in the blank).

26. Titans (30)

Jeff Fisher auditioning for Cowboys?

27. Browns (25)

Indians open season April 2.

28. Redskins (26)

Can Daniel Snyder dump Joe Gibbs gracefully?

29. Texans (28)

Should petition to play Jaguars 16 times.

30. Raiders (31)

Can Barry Zito play quarterback?

31. Lions (29)

Another bad Thanksgiving.

32. Cardinals (32)

Calm down; you beat the Lions.

[ Compiled by Tribune Publishing reporters; this week's comments by John Altavilla, Hartford Courant]

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