Arizona Cardinals Power Rankings – Week 9

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52. The Jags enter the second half of the season with some optimism in their receiving corps, but you still have questions if Blake Bortles is the answer at QB.. (2-5). Previous: 27th. Jacksonville Jaguars. 27. team

10. Believe it or not, the Houston Texans are in the mix for the AFC South crown at 3-5 at the midpoint of the season. Let that sink in for you. A team that released its former starting QB because he missed a flight is tied for the division lead. Yikes.. (3-5). Previous: 29th. Houston Texans. 26. team

(3-4). Previous: 20th. Miami Dolphins. 25. team. 59. So they were just beating up on bad teams, and a better team creamed them solid on Thursday.

124. While the season may be too far gone for the Chiefs (four games behind the division leading Broncos) there are still a lot of players playing for pride, jobs and a wild card is not without hope. The schedule isn’t easy, however.. (3-5). Previous: 25th. Kansas City Chiefs. 24. team

Nov 01, 2015; London, United Kingdom; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) looks to pass down field during the second half against the Detroit Lions at Wembley Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Flynn-USA TODAY Sports

Previous: 21st. Chicago Bears. 23. team. 57. The Vikings eked this one out, but the Bears have shown some improvement over the course of the season. With Detroit a hot mess and Green Bay stumbling, Chicago could take advantage, but would have to put together one hell of a run, and with injuries starting to pile up, that may be too much.. (2-5)

Previous: 22nd. Cleveland Browns. 22. team. 53. The Browns were overmatched against Arizona on Sunday, even after leading 20-7 at one time, they allowed 27 unanswered points and Josh McCown was beat up being hit on nearly every play. Rumors of a fire sale in Cleveland has the rebuild beginning this season.. (2-6)