The NFL Draft came and went, and it will forever go down as the draft of the quarterback. It marks only the fourth time in NFL history in which at least five quarterbacks were chosen in the first round. It's the first time in 22 years that the first three picks were all quarterbacks, and the eight quarterbacks selected in...
2020 NFL Power Rankings Week 4
Here at the ICT Zone, our power rankings are based on a very simple philosophy. "To be the man you gotta beat the man", if a lower ranked team beats a higher ranked team, then the two teams automatically swap spots regardless of results from prior weeks.
Week 3 ended with a dominant performance by the man who is apparently only the 4th best player in the NFL. The truth is that Cheifs-Ravens game is not that accurate of aa depiction of what could happen come playoff time. Meanwhile, Russell Wilson extended his lead in the MVP race and Dak Prescott did his best to battle back.
This week we get to see if Cam is really forreal against the Chiefs.
1. Kansas City Chiefs +1
They keep finding answers.
2. Baltimore Ravens -1
Not as concerning of a trend as people have made it.
3. Seattle Seahawks
Hey, looks like they can win at home this season.
4. New England Patriots +4
This team is looking more and more like a sneaky favorite to win it all.
5. Pittsburgh Steelers
Maybe the worst 3 and 0 team.
6. Detroit Lions +15
Weird that they somehow got a win.
7. Buffalo Bills
Josh Allen is the real deal.
8. Las Vegas Raiders -4
This is an elite team lowkey.
9. Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers looks like he's playing for revenge.
10. Tennessee Titans
Hope this Covid situation works out for everyone involved.
11. New Orleans Saints
Hate to say it, but that Super Bowl window may have closed last season.
12. Chicago Bears
Nick Foles sighting.
13. Cleveland Browns +6
Wow, finally, a winning record.
14. Carolina Panthers +15
This team has 8 and 8 written all over it.
15. Los Angeles Rams
Two and one is generous for this team.
16. Miami Dolphins +9
Ryan Fitzpatrick keeps kicking.
17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers +5
This team is headed for an early playoff exit.
18. Dallas Cowboys
Have mastered the gift of looking like real contenders and frauds in the same game.
19. Washington -6
They may have already won their only game of the season.
20. San Francisco 49ers
This is an elite roster, even with all the injuries.
21. Arizona Cardinals -15
Kyler Murray has to find a way to stop throwing interceptions.
22. Denver Broncos -5
Not sure where this team goes from here.
23. Indianapolis Colts
They might actually be good.
24. Minnesota Vikings
Kirk Cousins might be the problem with this team.
25. Jacksonville Jaguars -9
Turns out Gardner Minshew is pretty good.
26. New York Jets
Worst team in the NFL?
27. Philadelphia Eagles
Jalen Hurts deserves a chance.
28. New York Giants
It's hard to see how Daniel Jones turns into an elite quarterback.
29. Los Angeles Chargers -15
Lowkey forgot they even played.
30. Atlanta Falcons
Okay, okay, that blown lead was bad.
31. Houston Texans
Hard to see how this team turns it around.
32. Cincinnati Bengals
Joe Burrow might be a top tier quarterback already, wow.
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