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Broncos ahead of Seahawks, Saints in NFL Power Rankings

Scott Cullen
11/14/2013 5:13:34 PM
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The Denver Broncos continue to hold down top spot, ahead of the Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints, in the TSN.ca NFL Power Rankings.

After a big win over Dallas, the Saints climb into the Top Three for the first time in five weeks.

The Philadelphia Eagles, with a resurgent offence under quarterback Nick Foles, climbed from 16 to 11 while the Arizona Cardinals move from 17 to 13 after back-to-back wins.

Quarterback injuries smacked a few teams in the proverbial mouth. The Chicago Bears lost Jay Cutler, combined with a depleted defence, and fell from 11 to 17.

Green Bay, down to third-string quarterback Scott Tolzien, are down from 12 to 16, and the Tennessee Titans, minus Jake Locker, slide from 21 to 25.

One other team took a big hit, the Indianapolis Colts, who sunk from five to 10 after getting thumped at home by the St. Louis Rams.

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