Week 4 NFL Power Rankings

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Through four weeks of the NFL season, the Atlanta Falcons (NFC) and Houston Texans (AFC) both look like the teams to beat in their respective conferences. NFL fans have been fortunate enough to see great rookie performances from Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, and Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein (who?!). The sophomore class has had its share of great performances as well, with the rise of Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green, and Texans defensive end J.J. Watt.

Throughout four weeks, the contenders and pretenders are beginning to separate…luckily for all NFL fans though, it looks like practically any team (except for a few) could become legitimate playoff contenders in 2012.

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Here are the Goat’s Week 4 NFL Power Rankings:

32. Cleveland Browns

Keeping games close, but this team still has a ways to grow

31. Tennessee Titans

Chris Johnson got going against the Texans, yet not enough when lacking discipline

30. Oakland Raiders

The big win over the Steelers in week 3 looks like a total fluke after being blown out in Denver

29. Jacksonville Jaguars

Not a lot to like about this team right now

28. Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins could easily be 3-1, but this is the kind of process the young ‘phins need to grow from

27. Indianapolis Colts

Wishing head coach Chuck Pagano a speedy recovery from leukemia

26. New Orleans Saints

Five yards was the difference from giving the Saints their first win of 2012 on Sunday

25. Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs don’t look like they’ll be creeping into the playoff picture anytime soon

24. Buffalo Bills

If Fred Jackson and CJ Spiller can’t get going, the Bills are doomed

23. New York Jets

Tebow time coming soon?

22. Carolina Panthers

Had a chance, but couldn’t deliver the big win in Atlanta

21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Bucs may be 1-3, but Greg Schiano has added a whole lot of fight to this Buccaneers bunch from a season ago

20. Detroit Lions

Special teams have absolutely killed the Lions in their last two losses  Read More

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