Here they are, Week 7 Power Rankings
The Steelers have beaten the Titans, Falcons, Bucs, and Dolphins. They beat three of those four with backup QB's. There defense is unreal and with Ben back the offense should average more than 20pts per game.
The Jets could be listed as 1b with wins over the Dolphins and New England which are two good divisional opponents. However, with Sanchez at QB I don't know how far they will be able to go
The Patriots have shown how good they are. They have shown the ability to come back, hold leads, and replace key players. However, the secondary is suspect so I don't know how far they will go? The divisional battle between the Pats and Jets will be interesting all year.
The Titans have CJ. That is big. However, I don't think they will be able to beat the Steelers, Ravens, Jets, or Pats in the playoffs so I doubt they make it out of the first round of the playoffs.
Despite a poor start, this team has Peyton Manning. However, the defense has been questionable at best so I don't know if they will even win their division
This team is for real. A great running game and defense will take this team a long way. The AFC West is there's for the taking. Expect this team to make the playoffs
Finally an NFC team. This team has a good QB, good RB, good WR, and good OLine. If the defense plays well this team could compete for a super bowl
This team has a scary defense and an experienced QB and RB's. They will have a tough time in the NFC East but should be able to win it
An inconsistent team that will have a tough time making the playoffs. However, they have a dangerous O that could take them there
11. Tampa Bay Bucs (.731)
The .xxx is my measurment of overal ranking. It takes into account SOS, yards allowed, yards forced, points allowed, points scored, quality of wins, defensive and offensive rankings. It is a somewhat specific mathematical formula that my friend and I came up with. I won't go into details because it will be confusing and hard to post on a computer.