Arizona Cardinals: Power Rankings – Week 7

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Nearing the midway point, the divisional and *gasp* playoff pictures comes into focus

There are good teams, bad teams and a lot right in the middle hanging round, giving their fans some hope as we move towards the midpoint of the season. For the fans of the Packers, the Patriots, the Bengals and the Panthers, there is a lot to be happy about. But the Patriots and the Panthers have company with strong teams directly behind them with a single loss who would love for them to slip up.

Teams like the Packers and Bengals have divisions that are a hot mess and, at this point in the season, is their division to lose if they can take care of business.

There are other teams who don’t know who they want to be, the Arizona Cardinals are one of those teams after going 1-2 in their last three games and losing to winnable opponents. Who does this team want to be? And with a match-up coming up on Monday Night, prime time is the place to show off who you are, will they let the Ravens in the door, or put up an offensive clinic at home?

A lot of movement this week, so without further ado, here are our Power Rankings heading into Week 7.

Previous: 23rd. Baltimore Ravens. 32. team. 26. The Ravens cannot cover anyone as Colin Kaepernick experienced a career renaissance throwing for 300+ after being held to abysmal numbers thus far this season. Maybe it was the bad turf, or maybe it’s time for a rebuild of the once powerful defense, but you have to wonder if there’s guys on a practice squad somewhere who are better than this?. (1-5)

(1-5). Previous: 32nd. Detroit Lions. 31. team. 50. The team finally got a win, even after their tried their hardest to lose, so the team will not have a repeat of the winless season that landed them Matthew Stafford in the draft, but, after the way he has played this year, could a tank job land someone more talented?

30. team. 52. Could next week’s live game on Yahoo! From London be Gus Bradley’s last game as head coach of the Jags? Will every team come back from England ready to fire their coach?. (1-5). Previous: 29th. Jacksonville Jaguars

48. The Bucs will come out of the bye week near .500, closer than they should be after the play thus far this season, but the division is getting away from them with Carolina showing some serious muscle after taking over in Seattle.. (2-3). Previous: 30th. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 29. team

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