1 – Philadelphia Eagles (1)
The Eagles remain in the top spot of our Week 6 Rankings after a win against the Arizona Cardinals. Although the victory wasn’t easy, neither is going into Arizona and getting a win on the road. The team is now 5-0 and looking for a big statement win in primetime over the surprising Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. The Cowboys may have the toughest defence that Jalen Hurts has faced so far, so it will be interesting to see how he manages.
2 – Buffalo Bills (3)
The Bills are back in the Top 2 after dominating the Pittsburgh Steelers. Josh Allen continued his MVP pace with 340 yards and four touchdowns in the first half alone while the defence held rookie Kenny Pickett and the Steelers offence to just three points. The Bills still really do look as good as advertised all offseason.
3 – Kansas City Chiefs (2)
Kansas City slides to third in our Week 6 Rankings after a comeback win on Monday night against Las Vegas. The game was a roller coaster of emotions for fans and players as the team was down ten heading into halftime before storming back on both sides of the ball in the second half. Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes showed why they still may be the most dynamic duo in the league as well, teaming up for all four touchdown scores. Kelce’s four receiving touchdowns was a Monday Night Football record.
4 – San Fransisco 49ers (4)
San Fransisco continued to roll last weekend against the lowly Panthers in Carolina. The team looked solid on both sides of the ball and ended up with a 37-15 win. If the Niners can continue to get the best out of Jimmy G at QB and play as well as they have on defence, there may not be a team that can beat them in the NFC.
5 – Baltimore Ravens (5)
Lamar Jackson and the Ravens stick around in the last spot of our Week 6 Rankings after a nailbiter win over the Bengals. After giving up the lead late in the game, Lamar led a drive right back down the field, setting up Justin Tucker for a game winning field goal. Having arguably the best kicker of all time never hurts in that situation, and the kick never wavered from straight down the middle. The Ravens may not be the most consistent team in the league, but when they’re on, they’re tough to beat.