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Week 7 NFL Power Rankings | Plus Current Super Bowl Odds for Every Team

In a lot of ways, the results of Week 6 in the NFL worked together brilliantly to set up a loaded Week 7 slate of games, with crucial standings implications throughout. Heck, we even have all four teams in the “NFC Least” battling each other, as one of them desperately tries to prove themselves a reliable divisional favorite. Read on to see where each team places in the FlurrySports Week 7 NFL Power Rankings, plus every team’s current betting odds to win Super Bowl LV.

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DK Metcalf Seahawks on top of Week 7 NFL Power Rankings
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Week 7 NFL Power Rankings

1. Seattle Seahawks

Week 6 Ranking: 1

Super Bowl Odds: +650

Week 6 saw Seattle on a much-needed bye as they try and get some key contributors healthy, namely safety Jamal Adams. With the NFC West clearly the strongest division in the NFL from top to bottom, the Seahawks will need better defensive showings than they got in their first five contests. Then again, it feels like Russell Wilson is capable of digging them out of any hole.

2. Kansas City Chiefs

Week 6 Ranking: 2

Super Bowl Odds: +370

Kansas City got back on track as expected in Week 6, handling the Buffalo Bills is a game that was never as close as the scoreboard would have suggested. The Chiefs will release their version of Le’Veon Bell on the NFL next week, and the league’s most fearsome offense only figures to get better.

3. Baltimore Ravens

Week 6 Ranking: 3

Super Bowl Odds: +550

The Ravens nearly let a big lead slip away against the Eagles but managed to hang on to run their record to 5-1 and remain in the top-3 of the Week 7 NFL Power Rankings. Thanks to a timely bye week, Baltimore has an extra week to prepare for a massive Week 8 AFC North clash against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

4. Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 6 Ranking: 5

Super Bowl Odds: +900

Just when we thought the Cleveland Browns could play with the big boys in the AFC. The Steelers’ talented defense was on display throughout the entirety of Sunday’s contest. Two huge games are on tap next against the Tennessee Titans and Ravens. Win both and Pittsburgh will cement themselves firmly in the Super Bowl LV conversation.

5. Tennessee Titans

Week 6 Ranking: 7

Super Bowl Odds: +1500

King Derrick Henry stole the show once again in Week 7 with a ridiculous stat line of 212 yards rushing (9.64 yards per carry), 52 yards receiving, and 4 total touchdowns, including the game-winner in overtime. The defensive effort was rather concerning, to say the least, but Tennessee continues to find ways to win. Losing star left tackle Taylor Lewan for the season to a torn ACL hurts big time, especially with the Steelers’ heavy-blitz defense up next in a battle of unbeatens for AFC supremacy.

6. Green Bay Packers

Week 6 Ranking: 4

Super Bowl Odds: +800

Other than the first quarter, Week 6’s effort against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was a total throwaway game. As such, the Packers fall out of the top-5 in the Week 7 NFL Power Rankings. Very rarely does Aaron Rodgers fail to throw a single touchdown pass in a game. On top of that, he threw 2 interceptions after not throwing any over Green Bay’s first four games. The Packers offense should be able to get back on track against the weak Houston Texans defense.

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 6 Ranking: 10

Super Bowl Odds: +1100

The Buccaneers continue to look shaky offensively, but Sunday’s high-profile game against Green Bay featured the stellar Tampa defense on full display. The Bucs completed a game-day trade for former Jets defensive tackle Steve McLendon as well, a huge move given the loss of Vita Vea for the season last week.

8. New Orleans Saints

Week 6 Ranking: 8

Super Bowl Odds: +1200

The Saints sat idle in Week 6 ahead of a key stretch of upcoming games that includes a matchup with all three of their NFC South Division cohorts as well as strong teams in the Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers. New Orleans couldn’t be getting Michael Thomas back at a better time.

9. Chicago Bears

Week 6 Ranking: 13

Super Bowl Odds: +2800

I’m not sure whether the Bears being a short underdog to the Panthers in Week 6 says more about the inflated market perception of Carolina or Chicago continuing to be underrated in the betting market. Call them lucky, but the Bears are 5-1, haven’t lost since Nick Foles took over as quarterback, and have one of the NFL’s best defenses.

10. Los Angeles Rams

Week 6 Ranking: 7

Super Bowl Odds: +1600

Despite an ugly Week 6 showing in a key divisional game against the San Francisco 49ers, the Rams remain just inside the top-10 of the Week 7 NFL Power Rankings. Allowing the Niners to control the line of scrim mage on both sides of the ball was concerning in the defeat. That will need to be corrected going forward, given L.A.’s strong reliance offensively on play-action sets.

Kyle Shanahan 49ers
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11. San Francisco 49ers

Week 6 Ranking: 15

Super Bowl Odds: +3300

The 49ers needed that win over the Rams big time, and they got it. As expected, Jimmy Garoppolo bounced back fine after a brutal Week 5 showing. The secondary remains a vulnerability, but if San Fran can dominate at the line as they did on Sunday night, they should be able to mask the weakness.

12. Buffalo Bills

Week 6 Ranking: 9

Super Bowl Odds: +1800

The Bills defense continues to struggle, especially against the run. Despite dealing with injuries along their offensive line, the Chiefs ran all over Buffalo, led by Clyde Edwards-Helaire’s 161 yards. Unlike Russell Wilson, Josh Allen is yet to prove capable of overcoming the defensive weaknesses every time out.

13. Indianapolis Colts

Week 6 Ranking: 16

Super Bowl Odds: +2800

The Colts are tough to get a read on this season as they continue to bounce up and down the mid-tier of teams in the Week 7 NFL Power Rankings. Actually, maybe it’s just Phillip Rivers that is tough to get a read on. I’ll be the first to admit that I didn’t see a 371-yard, 3-TD performance coming.

14. Cleveland Browns

Week 6 Ranking: 11

Super Bowl Odds: +4000

The Browns ate a big slice of humble pie against the rival Steelers in Week 6. The offensive line failed to hold up against the Pittsburgh pass rush and Baker Mayfield raised doubts once again about his ability to be the answer at quarterback. Cleveland is improving, but they clearly aren’t there just yet.

15. Las Vegas Raiders

Week 6 Ranking: 14

Super Bowl Odds: +4000

Las Vegas will get to showcase their new home once again in Week 7 on Sunday Night Football against the Buccaneers. Perhaps even more important is that it presents another major opportunity for this team to show they are for real.

16. Arizona Cardinals

Week 6 Ranking: 17

Super Bowl Odds: +3300

The Cardinals will look to follow up their bludgeoning of the Dallas Cowboys this week with what would be a monumental home win against the Seahawks at home. Like Dallas, the Seahawks defense has proven porous. Unlike Dallas, Seattle has a reliable offense.

17. New England Patriots

Week 6 Ranking: 12

Super Bowl Odds: +3000

It was an ugly return performance for Cam Newton in Week 6. With their ground game taken away completely by Denver’s stout defensive front, the Patriots failed to get much of anything going offensively. New England will look to get right against the 49ers this week before their key AFC east date with the Bills in Week 8.

18. Caroling Panthers

Week 6 Ranking: 18

Super Bowl Odds: +10000

Matt Rhule’s offense was the latest to fall victim to the strong Bears defense as Carolina saw their three-game winning streak snapped. Next up for the Panthers: a date with Saints and a chance to insert their names into the NFC South conversation.

Carson Wentz Eagles
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19. Philadelphia Eagles

Week 6 Ranking: 19

Super Bowl Odds: +7500

It’s hard to drop the Eagles very far down the Week 7 NFL Power Rankings following a loss to the Ravens that we all knew was coming. Philly’s late comeback proves this team has heart. Even at 1-4-1, they remain my pick to win the NFC Least.

20. Detroit Lions

Week 6 Ranking: 22

Super Bowl Odds: +10000

The Lions dominated the inferior Jacksonville Jaguars in their first game back from their Week 5 bye. The defense is still very much suspect, but it’s hard to count Detroit out just yet. Matthew Stafford even managed to pull a little Patrick Mahomes sidearm action out of his bag of tricks.

21. Miami Dolphins

Week 6 Ranking: 23

Super Bowl Odds: +10000

The Dolphins suddenly find themselves sitting alone in second place in the AFC East, all but a game out of first at that. The team also announced that rookie 5th-overall draft pick Tua Tagovailoa will take over as the starting quarterback following the Week 7 bye.

22. Los Angeles Chargers

Week 6 Ranking: 20

Super Bowl Odds: +10000

The Chargers have a terrific opportunity to cinch Justin Herbert’s first career victory in Week 7 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Given the team’s 1-4 start, it sure feels like a must-have game.

23. Houston Texans

Week 6 Ranking: 24

Super Bowl Odds: +15000

Romeo Crenel’s decision to go for two on a late touchdown rather than kick and stretch Houston’s lead to 8 was a blunder, but not the reason the Texans lost to Tennessee. Houston’s defense is just bad. Very bad. Deshaun Watson has to hate his life right now.

24. Minnesota Vikings

Week 6 Ranking: 21

Super Bowl Odds: +10000

A week after nearly knocking off the Seahawks on the road, the Vikings forgot to show up in what seemed like it could be a comfortable home win against the previously winless Atlanta Falcons. Minnesota’s weak secondary was yet again exposed.

25. Cincinnati Bengals

Week 6 Ranking: 26

Super Bowl Odds: +50000

The good: Cincinnati led 21-0 in their Week 6 contest against the Colts, and A.J. Green reappeared with 8 catches for 96 yards. The bad: the Bengals blew that 21-0 lead and made Phillip Rivers look like a star.

Todd Gurley and the Falcons rise slightly in Week 7 NFL Power Rankings
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26. Atlanta Falcons

Week 6 Ranking: 27

Super Bowl Odds: +17500

Just winning a game has to be considered an accomplishment for the Falcons at this point. Fittingly, it came in the first game of the post-Dan Quinn era. Time will tell if Atlanta can manage to build upon it and rise back up the Week 7 NFL Power Rankings.

27. Denver Broncos

Week 6 Ranking: 30

Super Bowl Odds: +12500

The Broncos defense has proven legit, as has kicker Brandon McManus. But Denver will need to do more than kick field goals if they want to upset the Chiefs in Week 7.

28. Dallas Cowboys

Week 6 Ranking: 25

Super Bowl Odds: +4000

The defense remains atrocious, and the first game of the Andy Dalton era provided a dismal offensive showing as well. Only in 2020 does a 2-4 team that ranks 28th in the Week 7 NFL Power Rankings still manage to lead its division.

29. New York Giants

Week 6 Ranking: 31

Super Bowl Odds: +22500

New York finally registered its first win of the season and a big one at that, given it came over a divisional opponent. If the Giants can earn a similar result against the Eagles, they will suddenly find themselves firmly entrenched in a divisional race.

30. Washington Football Team

Week 6 Ranking: 28

Super Bowl Odds: +40000

Riverboat Ron Rivera’s gamble to go for two and win the game backfired and Washington dropped into the cellar of the NFC East. Even so, they remain but a game out of first. Better quarterback play is key for Football Team going forward.

31. Jacksonville Jaguars

Week 6 Ranking: 29

Super Bowl Odds: +50000

The Week 1 upset win feels like a distant memory at this point as the Jaguars continue to tumble down the Week 7 NFL Power Rankings. Maybe Jacksonville is in play for Trevor Lawrence after all.

32. New York Jets

Week 6 Ranking: 32

Super Bowl Odds: +100000

The Jets continue to look incompetent and are now the only remaining winless team after Week 6 play. Only the Jets and Adam Gase would kick a field goal down 24-0 to avoid a shutout and somehow manage to get shutout anyways.


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