NFL Power Rankings
Updated: Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is playing at an MVP level.
As Russell Wilson continues to play like an MVP (he has never received a single vote in his career), the Seattle Seahawks (5-0) continue to win. Wilson has already tossed 19 touchdowns with just three interceptions this season.
After a shocking run to the AFC Championship game a season ago, the Tennessee Titans (5-0) are proving last season was no fluke. The Colts look like the only team that could challenge the Titans in a subpar AFC South division.
What a difference a quarterback makes, as the Pittsburgh Steelers (5-0) are unbeaten this season with Ben Roethlisberger back behind center. A showdown with the unbeaten Titans awaits the Steelers in Week 7.
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Kansas City Chiefs
After winning their first Super Bowl championship since 1969 a season ago, the Kansas City Chiefs (5-1) look like they’re a problem again this season. A divisional matchup against the Denver Broncos awaits the Chiefs in Week 7.
The Baltimore Ravens (5-1) are attempting to keep pace with the Steelers in a tough AFC North division. Behind the electrifying Lamar Jackson, Baltimore’s only loss this season came to the defending Super Bowl champion Chiefs.