2020 NFL Power Rankings Week 6: Browns crack top-10, Chiefs slip up

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2020 NFL Power Rankings

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Here’s our Week 6 edition of the 2020 NFL Power Rankings

Week 5 took its toll on the 2020 NFL Power Rankings as a couple of newsworthy incidents took place. Early on, it was the loss by the Kansas City Chiefs, who were shocked by the Las Vegas Raiders — who dropped 40 points on them. Kansas City had entered the game with the No. 1 spot in our rankings, but the slip up costs them with other undefeated teams still remaining.

Another major storyline was the injury suffered by Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys. Prescott will be done for the season after a terrible ankle injury which came on the same day that Alex Smith made his return to the field after nearly two years following a broken leg he suffered.

Hopefully for Dak, it won’t be that long of a recovery process but it was painful nevertheless to see the emotion on his face as he was carted off the field. Dallas did still earn first place in their division with Andy Dalton leading them to a win but that team will have to dig deep without No. 4.

There was another team making some headlines, but this one was positive. The Cleveland Browns scored more than 30-points for the fourth game in a row and they also reeled off their fourth-consecutive victory to move to 4-1 on the season. They’re one of the hottest teams in the NFL right now and are about to crack the top-10 in our 2020 NFL Power Rankings.

And with all that being said, we jump right in with the No. 32 team — which should come as a shock to no one since this team has been playing miserably for five weeks in a row.

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