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Packers again on top in ESPN power rankings

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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The Packers remain atop the ESPN NFL power rankings this week. In the latest ESPN rankings, John Clayton says: “Things are so good for the Packers that they are disappointed by not expanding 21-point leads in second halves." For the second straight week, the Packers will take on one of the worst teams in the league, based on the power rankings. Last week the Packers played the No. 31-ranked Rams. This week, it’s the No. 28-ranked Vikings, to which ESPN’s Clayton  said: “Donovan McNabb or Christian Ponder? Does it really matter?” Here is ESPN’s top 10, with the 49ers the rising star, shooting up from No. 9 to No. 4 this week. 1. Packers 6-0 2.  Patriots 5-1 3. Ravens 4-1 4. 49ers 5-1 5. Saints 4-2 6. Lions 5-1 7. Chargers 4-1 8. Steelers 4-2 9, Raiders 4-2 10. Bills 4-2 Here is ESPN’s bottom five: 1. Colts 0-6 2. Rams 0-5 3. Dolphins 0-5 4. Jaguars 1-5 5. Vikings 1-5

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