Wildly unpredictable and volatile movement.
That's your Week 5 Power Rankings!
The Patriots and Saints were hammered, and their continual lackluster play means no more blind faith that they'll turn things around. Meanwhile, we're starting to get to the point in the season where the head-to-head matchups will mean less and less in this arena. The Bills beat the Bears in Week 1 ... yet, Chicago is ranked higher. The Vikings toppled the Falcons on Sunday ... yet, Atlanta is ranked higher. And so on. In those cases, a QB change and a QB ailment play a role. In other quarterback news ...
Tony Romo and Philip Rivers, two quarterbacks who have been much-maligned over the years, are playing at a very high level for their respective teams, each of whom are 3-1. The latter's team only moved up one spot this week -- such is life when you're near the top of the mountain -- while Dallas made a sizeable leap in our Week 5 Power Rankings. As for the other 30 teams, see below. And feel free to share your take: @HarrisonNFL is the place.
So, let the dissension commence!
We've received much feedback regarding the Bengals topping this pecking order, and how "Everybody knows the Seahawks are the best team." Yep, and everyone knew the Athletics would sweep the Reds in the 1990 World Series.
*Moss and Welker >>>>>>>>>>>>> Edelman and Amendola.* Maybe everyone can think about that fact before further disparaging [Tom Brady](/player/tombrady/2504211/profile). </content:power-ranking>