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NFL Power Rankings Week 17

It has come down to a final weekend of NFL games to determine a few division winners and a few Wild Cards, but the next to last week's round of games saw a few playoff fumbles and miscues, like the Jacksonville Jaguars loss to the Washington Redskins, giving the Indianapolis Colts a shot at the playoffs (and a division title). But 16 games saw Week 16 end with the New England Patriots as the dominant team in the Big Three NFL power rankings lists (ESPN, Fox Sports, and CBS Sports), having lost only two games all season. The Atlanta Falcons were the unanimous second place finisher for the week, after dropping a hardfought defensive contest to the defending Super Bowl champs, the New Orleans Saints. But that's where unanimous agreement ends and consensus agreement picks up for the Week 17 NFL Power Rankings. New England continued to win and so did New Orleans, winners of 7 or their last 8 football games, who beat the Atlanta Falcons and knocked them from the lofty perch they shared with the Patriots. The victory also gives the Saints a shot at winning the NFC South Division title if Atlanta should lose their last game to the League worst Carolina Panthers and the Saints defeat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who are fighting for the second Wild Card playoff berth.

The Baltimore Ravens are the 3 team for both ESPN and Fox Sports. They are tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the lead in the AFC North and have won 5 out of their last 6 games, including delivering New Orleans their only loss in their last 8. CBS Sports places the Chicago Bears in their 3 slot (the Ravens get 5). The Bears have won 7 of their last 8 games as well, but ESPN puts them at 6 and Fox places them at 7.

Strangely enough, CBS dropped the New Orleans Saints three spots, even thought they beat Atlanta and have won, again, 7 of their last 8 games. Perhaps Pete Prisco saw something over the past several weeks that others failed to catch.

The Saints get the 4 spot for ESPN and Fox. CBS gives the fourth rung on the NFL Power Rankings list to the Ravens' co division leader, the Steelers. ESPN and Fox put the Steelers at 5 and 6, respectively.

The Philadelphia Eagles, who dropped the first Tuesday night game in the NFL since the 1940s to the Minnesota Vikings, retained the 5 spot on the Fox listing.

The AFC West winning Kansas City Chiefs made the Top 10 for CBS and Fox (8 and 9, respectively) for Week 17. ESPN places the Chiefs at 11. The Indianapolis Colts and the Green Bay Packers were odd man out (11) for Fox and CBS, respectively. The only other team making the Top 10 on the Week 17 NFL power rankings lists were the New York Jets, who lost a close game to the Chicago Bears.

The highest jumpers for Week 17 for ESPN wholesale authentic nfl jerseys were the Redskins and the Vikings, who moved up five notches (to 21 and 19, respectively). For Fox, the biggest leap was also made by the Washington Redskins seven spots to 20. CBS' list finds Denver the highest leaper nine spots to 21.

The biggest losers for the week on ESPN's NFL power rankings ladder saw four placement drops: the New York Giants (12), the San Diego Chargers (14), and the Dallas Cowboys (22). The biggest dropper for Fox was also the Giants, falling 4 places to 13. CBS dropped the San Francisco 49ers 6 notches to 27.

The upcoming week sets the stage for the playoffs. Games to look forward to for Week 17 include the St. Louis Rams and Seattle Seahawks match up to decide the division winner in the NFC West. Easily the worst division in the NFL, the Rams could win it by knocking off the Seattle Seahawks. However, the converse is also true. But if Seattle wins, they win the division and become the first team in NFL history to make the playoffs with a losing record.

The NFL playoff berths in the AFC only have one slot to fill. If Indianapolis wins, the take the AFC South title. If they lose and the Jaguars win, the Jags are in. If both lose, the Colts win the division.

The NFC also has to fill another Wild Card slot. Three teams still have a shot at it Tampa Bay, Green Bay, and the Giants. If the Giants win, they're in. If they lose and Green Bay wins, the Packers are in. If both lose, and Tampa Bay wins, the Bucs are in. If all three win or lose, the Giants get the berth.

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