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Welcome to the PylonPicks.com Power Rankings for Week 4 of the 2007 NFL season.  Each week our team of football experts will pass judgment on each NFL team and rank them accordingly.


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Week 4 Power Rankings

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Last Week

Team

2007 Record

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Patriots

3-0

38 seems to be the magic number for the Patriots. I actually thought we were going to have to wait until week 9 (Colts vs Pats) to see two really good teams go at. However, the Patriots against the Cowboys in Week 6 is shaping up to be a preview of the Super Bowl.
2 2 Colts

3-0

The Colts are finding ways to win, nothing dominating or fancy, just consistent.
3 5 Steelers

3-0

Like I said the Steelers have a very good chance of starting 5-0.
4 6 Cowboys

3-0

Is it too early to say the Cowboys' offense looks better than the team that won 3 Super Bowls in the 90's? Aikman = Romo, Novachek = Witten and Irvin = Owens, Smith = Jones + Barber III. 
5 7 Ravens

2-1

The Ravens need a new 4th quarter defense.
6 15 Packers

3-0

The Packers are rolling. 7 straight dating back to last year, the longest current winning streak in the NFL. Congratulations to Brett Favre on tying the passing TD record.
7 10 Titans

2-1

The Titans are a good team to go into New Orleans on a Monday night game and come away with the victory. Maybe Vince should have gone #1 in the draft?
8 12 Jaguars

2-1

The Jaguars pounded the Broncos with the running game last week.  They can probably beat most teams in the NFL this year with that style of football.
9 13 Seahawks

2-1

Seattle is so tough at home. If they can pull off a couple road wins, they should easily make the playoffs again this year. It seems that the Seahawks have found replacements for Darrell Jackson in Bobby Engram and Nate Burleson.
10 3 Chargers

1-2

Tomlinson only has 130 yards rushing in 3 games. He had 131 yards in his first game last year. Bring back Marty Ball.
11 4 Bears

1-2

Chicago has the post Super Bowl blues.  Grossman isn't helping. He has a 45.2 rating and a league-leading six interceptions and with just one touchdown. The defense is falling apart losing Pro Bowlers left and right.  Briggs and Vasher both left the last game with groin injuries.
12 8 Broncos

2-1

The only excitement last week for the Broncos was Terrell Davis being inducted into the Broncos' Ring of Fame.
13 16 Eagles

1-2

Kevin Curtis proved to be the big play threat the Eagles were finally looking for.
14 14 49ers

2-1

I think the 49ers finally realized they can not rely on Frank Gore to carry the load every game.  The 49ers also lost Vernon Davis the next two games with a sprained knee.
15 9 Bengals

1-2

The Bengals are definitely fun to watch.  Last minute turnovers have killed their chances lately.
16 19 Panthers

2-1

How often will you see Steve Smith get held down to just one catch for 10 yards and the Panthers still won the game? Delhomme has a strained elbow and is questionable against the Bucs this week.
17 18 Redskins

2-1

The Redskins' fans must be sick to their stomachs this week after watching the goal line play calling made by their team. The Redskins have now given some life to the Giants season.
18 20 Jets

1-2

Pennington put to rest any questions about his injured ankle last week.
19 17 Texans

2-1

Tough to beat the defending champs without your #1 wide receiver. Luckily, the Texans get the Falcons this week.
20 11 Saints

0-3

The Saint's are sputtering. How could they go from being one game away from the Super Bowl to this? 
21 21 Lions

2-1

Well, my idea of Leftwich going to the Lions fell through.  Do you think the Eagles had enough room to run around in the Lions secondary last week?
22 27 Buccaneers

2-1

The Bucs play the Panthers next week for first place in the NFC South. Of note, Earnest Graham finally got his time to shine rushing for 75 yards and 2 TD's against the Rams. 
 23 25 Giants

1-2

A great 2nd half rally last week by the Giants and a goal line stance that has saved Tom Coughlin's job for the time being.
24 22 Vikings

1-2

Kelly Holcomb got his first start but was just adequate. A win by him at the helm over the Packers this week at home may just start a QB controversy.
25 26 Cardinals

1-2

A great comeback engineered by Kurt Warner last week but once again the Cardinals fell short. How soon will Leinart be pulled against the Steelers next week?
26 29 Chiefs

1-2

Larry Johnson has 10 more rushing yards than Tomlinson so far. Usually that would mean something, but both of them are at the bottom of the league in rushing this year.
27 24 Dolphins

0-3

Where was Ronnie Brown the first 2 games? Maybe he got fired up after Ricky Williams announced that he wanted to come back. Cam Cameron is off to the worst start of any first-year coach in Miami history.
28 31 Raiders

1-2

Rookie coach Kiffin gets his first win using the same timeout strategy Mike Shanahan beat his Raiders with last week. Dawson actually made the field goal to win the game but a timeout was called right before the snap. Then the Raiders blocked the 2nd attempt for the victory. What comes around goes around.   
29 28 Browns

1-2

Well, I'm not sure whether to put the Raiders above the Brown this week or not after last week's trickery. Tough decisions.
30 23 Rams

0-3

The Rams are in deep trouble.  Steven Jackson will miss at least one week with a partial tear of his left groin.  As well, guard Mark Setterstrom was lost for the season with a torn left knee ligament.
31 30 Bills

0-3

Now Losman has gone down for 2 weeks. This season is a disaster for the Bills.. 
32 32 Falcons

0-3

Matt Schaub faces his old team this week in Atlanta.


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