Patriots remain number one on ESPN’s Power Rankings

Tom Brady, Keshawn Martin, and Danny Amendola celebrate Martin's touchdown during the Patriots win over Jacksonville. (PHOTO BY: KEITH NORDSTROM)

Tom Brady, Keshawn Martin, and Danny Amendola celebrate Martin’s touchdown during the Patriots win over Jacksonville.
(PHOTO BY: KEITH NORDSTROM)

The Patriots remain at number one on ESPN.com’s latest power rankings, after beating the Jaguars, 51-17 on Sunday.

The Jaguars, the team just dismantled by the Pats, moved up to number 29 in ESPN’s poll. The Pats next opponent, which will be in two weeks after the Pats bye, is the Dallas Cowboys, and they moved to number 11 overall, one spot up from last week.

The Cardinals come in at number two, followed by Green Bay, Denver, and the Bengals to round out the top five. To see their entire power rankings, GO HERE. 

NFL.com’s power rankings heading into week 4 has the Patriots at number two, where they’ve been since the season began I believe. The Jaguars fell eight spots to number 26 overall, while the Cowboys moved down two spots to number 15 overall, after their loss to Atlanta. The Packers remain at number one, the Cardinals are number three, Bengals four, and Broncos five.

To see their entire power rankings, GO HERE. 


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