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Packers plummet in NFL power rankings

Sep. 26, 2013
 
The Packersí 1-2 start has seen their status in NFL power rankings plummet this week.
The Packersí 1-2 start has seen their status in NFL power rankings plummet this week. / Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media

The Packersí 1-2 start has seen their status in NFL power rankings plummet this week.

Peter King of Sports Illustrated (themmqb.com) doesnít even have the Packers ranked in the top half of the NFL (http://bit.ly/18kU214). Ranked ahead of the Packers in Kingís NFC book are Seattle, New Orleans, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Atlanta and Detroit.

In the Profootballtalk.com power rankings (http://bit.ly/15RaXbd) the Packers fell from No. 5 to No. 13. PFT has the Packers ranked No. 5 in the NFC behind Seattle, New Orleans, Chicago and San Francisco.

The Packers fell from No. 5 to No. 14 in the Associated Press power rankings (http://bit.ly/OVMoBu). AP puts the Packers No. 6 in the NFC behind Seattle, Chicago, New Orleans, San Francisco and Dallas.

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