The Week 6 Power Rankings are in, and we have a new No. 1, folks.
OK, so you probably saw the headline. But I just want to make sure Carsen Willey doesn't jump the gun:
Package those tweets, big guy. And please, ask your parents what's up with your name spelling. I have enough trouble typing Akbar Gbajabiamila and Charcandrick West. Mr. West plays for the Chiefs, by the way. They took a plunge this week. One team that didn't take a plunge? Our cleanup hitter, which is just crushing opposing offenses thus far:
You are correct, Chris. In fact, I am going to write a little about that in Thursday's Game Picks column. But let's not get ahead of ourselves. These are the Power Rankings! Let's give 'em their due.
Let the dissension commence!
*But* -- you knew there would be a "but" -- he just can't throw [that second-quarter pick to Bradley McDougald](http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/0ap3000000554018/Buccaneers-Bradley-McDougald-intercepts-Jaguars-Blake-Bortles). Not when [Allen Robinson](/player/allenrobinson/2543509/profile) is wide open over the middle. And going 2-for-8 on third down hurt Jacksonville, as well.
Of course, Gus Bradley's discipline is the defensive side of the ball -- and giving up 6 yards per play is worse than anything Bortles did. Hard to wrap your arms around these Jags. This is the kind of game -- playing a struggling Tampa Bay team with a rookie QB who turned the ball over four times one week prior -- they need to win. It's that cut and dried.
Well, at least the franchise quarterback isn't getting benched for someone like, say, Dan Orlovsky. That would really be stepping out of bounds for an organization.