Arizona Cardinals: Power Rankings – Week 7

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Previous: 21st. Kansas City Chiefs. 27. team. 124. Things are starting to look very, very bad for KC this season. As Rob Riggle put it on Sunday, let’s look on the brightside, but what’s left for KC fans to latch on to when the Royals are done?. (1-5)

Houston Texans. 26. team. 10. Hey the Texans won another game! Oh, they only beat the Jags.. (2-4). Previous: 31st

(1-4). Previous: 25th. Tennesee Titans. 25. team. 35. Ugly loss that may cost the team with Marcus Mariota out with a grade 2 sprained MCL. After a superhuman game a few weeks ago, Marcus and the bunch are coming back to Earth at the talent level they possess.

Previous: 27th. San Francisco 49ers. 24. team. 42. The 49ers (and their turf) gobbled up the overmatched Ravens on Sunday, San Francisco has shown the ability to beat up on lesser opponents (1) and steal games (1) and then lose to anyone with a decent defense (4).. (2-4)

Oct 15, 2015; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (9) celebrates after a touchdown run by running back Mark Ingram (not pictured) during the fourth quarter of a game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Previous: 26th. New Orleans Saints. 23. team. 15. The Saints’ season may not be completely lost at this point after taking down the previously undefeated Falcons on Thursday night, however with Carolina still outpacing them by three games, consistent, good play will be what it takes to catch Cam and the cats, and that doesn’t look possible with that defense.. (2-4)

Previous: 24th. Miami Dolphins. 22. team. 59. Come out of the bye week and take on a Tennessee team that was lacking in the talent category and the Dolphins and their new coach took them to task putting up 38 points. Where was that all season?. (2-3)