NFL Power Rankings and Awards: Week 5

connorhowe
facebooktwitterreddit
Prev
5 of 6
Next

Oct 11, 2015; Baltimore, MD, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh McCown (13) passes to tight end Rob Housler (84) against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

53. As previously mentioned, Josh McCown has been fantastic for this Browns team that was desperate for some exciting quarterback play. And how about <a href=. (2-3). Previous: 30th. Cleveland Browns. 22. team

New Orleans absolutely imploded against Philadelphia, and it looks like this season is already over in The Big Easy. The Saints could try to shop <a href=. (1-4). Previous: 22nd. New Orleans Saints. 23. team. 15

team. 48. Have a day, Doug Martin! The player formerly known as “Muscle Hamster” ripped off several jaw dropping runs in the Buccaneers’ win over the Jags, but his offensive line deserves some credit. The unit was completely incompetent in 2014, but it’s looking much better this season. <a href=. (2-3). Previous: 31st. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 24

26. The Ravens’ secondary continues to be a liability, and the unit alone has prevented the Ravens from being a 3-2 team. <a href=. (1-4). Previous: 21st. Baltimore Ravens. 25. team

57. Two straight wins for <a href=. (2-3). Previous: 32nd. Chicago Bears. 26. team

team. 35. <a href=. (1-3). Previous: 27th. Tennessee Titans. 27

Next: Rankings: Bottom 5

facebooktwitterreddit