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PFT’s Week 7 2022 NFL power rankings

Mike Florio believes the Philadelphia Eagles are still undefeated through six weeks of the NFL season because they are balanced on both sides of the ball.

1. Eagles (6-0; No. 1): It’s hard to find that first potential “L” for the best team in the league.

2. Bills (5-1; No. 2): This year, they really need their regular-season win in K.C. to result in a rematch in Buffalo.

3. Chiefs (4-2; No. 3): They’ll need to dig deep to avoid falling to 4-3, with a Super Bowl LIV rematch looming.

4. Cowboys (4-2; No. 4): They need to shake off Sunday night and focus on rattling off a few wins.

5. Giants (5-1; No. 8): Imagine how good they’ll be when they’re able to rectify more of the prior regime’s personnel mistakes.

6. Vikings (5-1; No. 11): At some point, winning games late isn’t a fluke. It’s a habit.

7. Jets (4-2; No. 12): Ten years after the Butt Fumble, they may be ready for NBC prime time, again.

8. Ravens (3-3; No. 6): If they ever learn how to hold a double-digit fourth-quarter lead, they’ll be unstoppable.

9. Titans (3-2; No. 10): A lot of teams they’ll be competing with for playoff position lost this weekend, except the Colts.

10. Packers (3-3; No. 9): They need OBJ, ASAFP.

11. Buccaneers (3-3; No. 5): Maybe Tom Brady is quiet quitting.

12. Bengals (3-3; No. 13): It would be nice to see them beat someone convincingly.

13. Patriots (3-3; No. 16): Just as the leaves fall from the trees, the Patriots climb it.

14. Falcons (3-3; No. 20): Arthur Smith, coach of the year?

15. Chargers (4-2; No. 15): How has this team won four of six games?

16. 49ers (3-3; No. 7): At least they didn’t blow a 28-3 lead.

17. Dolphins (3-3; No. 14): It’s Tua time, just in time.

18. Rams (3-3; No. 17): Cam Akers is the first player to want off the Sean McVay ride. Will Akers be the last?

19. Colts (3-2-1; No. 19): That Thursday night win over the Broncos could end up being the springboard for a playoff run.

20. Seahawks (3-3; No. 24): Wouldn’t it be something if Seattle makes the playoffs and Denver doesn’t?

21. Jaguars (2-4; No. 18): The moment they built a 14-0 lead in Philly, they fell apart.

22. Browns (2-4; No. 21): The Browns is still the Browns.

23. Steelers (2-4; No. 29): Once again, they become the most dangerous when everyone counts them out.

24. Saints (2-4; No. 22): Dennis Allen is the head coach, but I’m still waiting to see who’ll replace Sean Payton.

25. Cardinals (2-4; No. 23): Maybe Kliff Kingsbury can be Matt Rhule’s offensive coordinator next year.

26. Raiders (1-4; No. 27): The window is open to win some games.

27. Commanders (2-4; No. 31): With Carson Wentz out for a few weeks, why not see what Sam Howell can do?

28. Broncos (2-4; No. 25): Broncos country, let’s slide.

29. Bears (2-4; No. 26): Justin Fields is getting better and better. If only he had anyone else around him who was doing the same.

30. Texans (1-3-1; No. 28): They probably should shoot to the top 20 simply for firing Jack Easterby.

31. Lions (1-4; No. 30): They’ll always have Hard Knocks.

32. Panthers (1-5; No. 32): Robby Anderson should send Steve Wilks a thank-you note.