Arizona Cardinals: Week 4 Power Rankings

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6. team. 36. A win is a win when you need it the most, sure it was against a backup QB with the worst team in the league, but if a sacrifice was needed, it was bestowed on to whatever god the Seahawks pray to, but not the God, God, he’s a Packers fan right?. (1-2). Previous: 4th. Seattle Seahawks

(3-0). Previous: 7th. Cincinnati Bengals. 5. team. 56. The Bengals took care of the hapless Ravens as they should, and Andy Dalton and A.J. Green have positioned the team for yet another playoff run, but can they do the same thing to the Steelers?

Winning always has its price, but maybe that price was too high against the Rams. After taking out two Arizona QBs last season, Big Ben fell to the Rams defense with an MCL sprain and bone bruise that will keep him out of action for 4-6 weeks. The AFC North teams may send Jeff Fisher a fruit basket.. (2-1). Previous: 6th. Pittsburgh Steelers. 4. team. 55

Sep 27, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; San Francisco 49ers running back Carlos Hyde (28) is tackled in the end zone by Arizona Cardinals inside linebacker Kevin Minter (51) and strong safety Deone Bucannon (20) for a safety during the second half at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

The Arizona Cardinals simply took care of business and didn’t even need the offense to do anything after spotting them 14 points and adding two more on later in the game. The Cardinals did what they had to do as they do, week in, week out.. (3-0). Previous: 3rd. Arizona Cardinals. 3. team. 32

(3-0). Previous: 2nd. Green Bay Packers. 2. team. 49. Aaron Rodgers continues to look crazy good, as the best quarterback in the NFC and the Packers are nearly perfect at home. The road to the Super Bowl may take a stop-off in the frigid cold of Green Bay if they continue the norm. Jordy who?

1. team. 47. The Patriots put up 50 points, Tom Brady broke the 400 TD threshold and the team as a whole spread the ball around, made plays, took care of a lesser opponent and moved on. That’s how good teams win and stay good teams.. (3-0). Previous: 1st. New England Patriots

As you can see, the top is a logjam of good teams, teh bottom, not so much, high expectations are starting to falter as teams show their true colors, but that is parity in the NFL, isn’t it a wonderful thing?