NFL Power Rankings: More movement present after Week 7 games

Who moved up and down in the Week 7 power rankings?

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NFL Power Rankings: More movement present after Week 7 games.

20. Tennessee Titans (2-4)

The Tennessee Titans are probably going to start Will Levis at some point, right? They used a high draft pick on him in 2024, and I don't think this Titans' team is equipped to go very far this year. They're missing a ton of talent on offense, but I guess their defense is dine.

19. Indianapolis Colts (3-4)

Losing Anthony Richardson for the entire season will surely hurt his development a bit, but I do think Gardner Minshew can held them scrape together 7 or 8 wins. Would that even help this team, though?

18. Los Angeles Rams (3-4)

I'm honestly kind of tired of hearing that Matthew Stafford has played well and that the Los Angeles Rams are better than their record. I think both are untrue. Stafford has thrown seven touchdowns against six interceptions and looks cooked.

17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-3)

It was hard to envision the Tampa Bay Buccaneers keeping their 3-1 level of play up for the entire year. I think this was a fun team for a few weeks but are definitely lacking a franchise quarterback.