The Sun's

Power Rankings

Nfl Week

December 02, 2007

1. Patriots

Five games from history, the NFL's best team is coming to Baltimore.

2. Cowboys

Win over Packers puts them in the NFC driver's seat.

3. Packers

Brett Favre's injuries could put consecutive-games streak in doubt.

4. Colts

Can all but lock up AFC South with home win over Jaguars.

5. Jaguars

David Garrard hasn't been intercepted this season.

6. Steelers

Will Heinz Field be ready for game vs. Bengals after Monday's mess?

7. Seahawks

Matt Hasselbeck has thrown for 864 yards in three-game winning streak.

8. Browns

In hunt for first playoff bid in five years.

9. Buccaneers

Only the Steelers have given up fewer points than Tampa Bay (14.9 per game).

10. Giants

Can Eli Manning recover from four-interception performance?

11. Chargers

LaDainian Tomlinson went over 10,000 career yards vs. Ravens.

12. Titans

Vince Young's sophomore slump has contributed to three-game skid.

13. Lions

Running game and passing defense are terrible.

14. Vikings

Get super rookie Adrian Peterson back after two straight wins.

15. Eagles

A.J. Feeley will likely start again after strong performance vs. Patriots.

16. Bears

Devin Hester's touchdown returns broke Gale Sayers' club record.

17. Broncos

With Travis Henry back, running game should continue to roll.

18. Saints

Marques Colston (68 catches for 847 yards) proves rookie year wasn't fluke.

19. Redskins

FedEx Field will be filled with heavy hearts.

20. Texans

Need big game from receiver Andre Johnson to beat Titans.

21. Cardinals

Even with last week's meltdown vs. 49ers, Kurt Warner is a feel-good story.

22. Bills

Will face an emotional Redskins team and fans at FedEx Field.

23. Chiefs

Rookie running back Kolby Smith's 150-yard game vs. Raiders a pleasant surprise.

24. Panthers

Looking for their first win at home (0-5) this season.

25. Bengals

Chad Johnson's three touchdown catches vs. Titans were his first since Week 2.

26. Ravens

Looking to break franchise-record five-game losing streak.

27. Raiders

Justin Fargas' 4.8 yards per carry one of few bright spots.

28. Falcons

With less fanfare than Tomlinson, Warrick Dunn also went over 10,000 rushing yards.

29. 49ers

Eight-game losing streak ended with overtime win over Cardinals.

30. Rams

Gus Frerotte's fumble vs. Seahawks brought back memories of Joe Pisarcik.

31. Jets

Hoping to avoid becoming first victim of the Dolphins.

32. Dolphins

Monday night's 3-0 loss to Steelers was sixth by three points.

(COMMENTS BY DON MARKUS)

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