NFL Power Rankings and Awards: Week 5

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Oct 11, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) throws in the pocket against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

47. New England’s dominance continued in Week 5, as <a href=. (4-0). Previous: 1st. New England Patriots. 1. team

(5-0). Previous: 2nd. Green Bay Packers. 2. team. 49. <a href=

56. Cincinnati’s comeback from a 17-point deficit against a team that has played in the past two Super Bowls should say enough about this team for people to understand that <a href=. (5-0). Previous: 4th. Cincinnati Bengals. 3. team

Previous: 4th. Denver Broncos. 4. team. 45. The Broncos are still somehow undefeated. <a href=. (5-0)

5. team. 32. Most expected the Cardinals’ defense to be a top-1o unit, but no one thought the offense would be the stronger of the two units in Arizona. The Cardinals’ +100 point differential is the best in the NFL–more than 25 points higher than the next-highest team in the league. <a href=. (4-1). Previous: 5th. Arizona Cardinals

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