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NFL Week 7 Power Rankings Now Have Two LA Teams in Top 5

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And then there was one. It took six weeks for there to be just one undefeated team left in the NFL, but the Los Angeles Rams have outlasted the rest up to this point in the season.

With the Rams as the clear top dog, the group behind them has shifted a bit following a down-to-the-wire game between two of them. And we have a new No. 5 following a Cincinnati Bengals loss at home to the Steelers in Week 6.

Here's a look at our Week 7 NFL Power Rankings.

5. Los Angeles Chargers (4-2) >> Last Week: NA

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The Chargers make their season debut in our top 5 coming off an impressive 38-14 win over the Browns in Cleveland. Both of their losses on the season came against teams ranked in our top 3, and they've also won three in a row. The Chargers are trending upward, sliding them into the five-hole here.

4. New Orleans Saints (4-1) >> Last Week: 3

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The Saints drop one spot this week, but it has nothing to do with a win or a loss (since they were on bye last week). They're arguably the second-best team in the NFC, but right now on a neutral field they'd lose to the team ranked above them.

3. Kansas City Chiefs (5-1) >> Last Week: 2

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The Chiefs dropped a heart-breaker in New England and thus drop in our rankings, below the team that defeated them. However, with the tough loss, the Chiefs proved they could hang with the big boys. The match up between them and the Patriots could end up being a sneak peek into the AFC Championship game.

2. New England Patriots (4-2) >> Last Week: 4

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The Patriots are who we thought they were (happy anniversary Dennis Green). They're likely the best team in the AFC once again and are now trending toward home-field advantage, sitting just one game behind the aforementioned Chiefs, while owning the head-to-head tie breaker. The Patriots are likely in the top 5 to stay.

1. Los Angeles Rams (6-0) >> Last Week: 1

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The Rams just keep on finding new ways to win. After a second straight tight win on the road, look for LA dominate this Sunday against their division-foe 49ers. The Rams have no noticeable holes and are simply the best team in the NFL right now.

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