The buzz of Week 6 was not the package of tight games, but rather what transpired after them. There was Shake-gate in Detroit, Oakland learning that Jason Campbell is for all intents and purposes gone for the year and what that led the Raiders to do, and the Rams finally getting their young quarterback a weapon.
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Meanwhile, this week's power rankings see incremental movement from 1-20, with a humongous exception: Those feisty Redskins.
Down 11 spots.
You read that right. That's the largest movement we've had, and the case can be made the drop could have been more precipitous. For starters, the quarterback situation is completely up in the air, as were most of Rex Grossman's passes Sunday. Mike Shanahan can't decide on a starter at tailback or an offensive identity. Lastly, so many of the clubs behind the Redskins won this weekend.
It was a massive game of leapfrog. The only true steadiness is among the bottom 11 teams. Otherwise, let the dissension commence ... again.