Draft Insiders’ – NFL Power Poll – Week 6
Cardinals Beat Rams – NFL’s Only Undefeated Club
Chargers Win Another Key AFC West Matchup
Team of the Week
Chargers (4-1) over Browns (3-2), 47-42
Upset of the Week
Bears Beat Raiders, 20-9
Players of the Week
Offense – QB Tom Brady – Bucs
Defense – DT Aaron Donald – Rams
Rookies of Week
Offense – WR Kadarius Toney – Giants
Defense – DE Greg Rousseau – Bills
Games of Week #6
Chargers (4-1) at Ravens (4-1)
Clash of AFC Leaders
NFL Team Power Poll
Ranking /Record /Team
#1 – 4-1 Bucs
Bucs smashed the pretender Dolphins to remain the top club.
#2 – 4-1 Bills
Bills drill the Chiefs in a statement victory.
#3 – 4-1 Rams
Rams took it to the outmanned Seahawks to remain among the best in the NFC.
#4 – 4-1 Chargers
Chargers won a wild shootout in Cleveland and take command of the AFC West.
#5 – 5-0 Cardinals
Cardinals remain the NFL’s only unbeaten club with another strong performance this time vs the 49ers.
#6 – 4-1 Packers
The Packers Aaron Rodgers continues to shocked defenses in crunch time.
#7 – 4-1 Cowboys
The Cowboys blitzed an undermanned Giant club and take command in the NFC East.
#8 – 4-1 Ravens
Ravens won a great comeback vs the Colts behind Lamarr Jackson to stay atop the North.
#9 – 3-2 Browns
Browns defense smothered the Vikings along with a strong ground game. Ready for the Cardinals this week.
#10 – 2-3 Chiefs
Chief’s face WFT on the road in a key game to regain their equilibrium.
#11 – 3-2 Broncos
Broncos lost their 2nd in a row and face West rival, the Raiders in an important early season contest.
#12 – 3-2 Bengals
Bengals lost a crazy game off missed kicks. Must take care of business in Detroit.
#13 – 3-2 Saints
Saints’ put together a solid game vs WFT. Get their bye week to load up for the second half of season.
#14 – 3-2 Titans
The Titans took care of business with win over the Jaguars. Host the Bills Monday night.
#15 – 3-2 Raiders
The Raiders were lackluster vs the Bears. HC Gruden resigns that may be the start of a collapse.
#16 – 3-2 Panthers
Panthers lost close one to the Vikings. Host the Vikings in a vital matchup.
#17 – 2-3 Patriots
Pats edged the Texans. Host the hot Cowboys this week that may determine their overall development.
#18 – 3-2 Bears
The Bears beat the Raiders in their best overall performance this season.
#19 – 2-3 49ers
The 49ers lost again vs an NFC West opponent. Get their bye week to regroup.
#20 – 2-3 Colts
The Colts defense collapsed vs the Ravens Monday nite. Host the Texans in a vital matchup.
#21 – 2-3 Steelers
Steelers woke up in their win over the Broncos and look to get to .500 vs the Hawks at home.
#22 – 2-3 Seahawks
Seahawks are without Russell Wilson and travel to Pittsburgh in a vital game for both franchises.
#23 – 2-3 Falcons
Falcons beat the undermanned Jets. Get the bye week now.
#24 – 2-3 Vikings
Vikings edged the Lions. Travel to Carolina in a key NFC contest.
#25 – 2-3 Redskins
The Redskins defense failed again vs the Saints and get the hungry Chiefs this week.
#26 – 2-3 Eagles
The Eagles edged the Panthers. Difficult stretch over next month.
#27 – 1-4 Giants
The injured Giants were outmatched in Big D and face must win games to stay in the race.
#28 – 1-4 Dolphins
Dolphins were crushed by the Bucs and Tom Brady. Get the weak Jaguars this week.
#29 – 1-4 Texans
Texans fought the Patriots to the wire before losing.
#30 – 1-4 Jets
Jets came up short in London vs the Falcons.
#31 – 0-5 Lions
Lions lost another heartbreaker Sunday against the Vikings.
#32 – 0-5 Jaguars
Jaguars suffered their 20th consecutive loss and drilled by the Titans.
Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with NFL and college coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards – Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 25 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to NFL and College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites