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Lenny Walls is released. None too soon. Frankly, I  don't know that he should have ever been acquired in the first place. Hat tip to Big Red.

I think with a natural safety in Bhawoh Jue and Bartell and Hill, back for the first time in four games, at corner the Rams can live without Walls.

More game breakdown tomorrow, now, here's the SBNation bloggers power rankings. You'll note the Rams at 31 not 32 here, so instantly we like them better.

Naturally, New England's at the top; although, their game with Dallas this week could be interesting, potential Super Bowl preview for sure. I had the Cowboys at #2 and the Colts at #3, but their scare in Buffalo last week must have convinced a few otherwise.

In our home division, I don't think it's a stretch to have Seattle ranked ahead of the other NFC West teams. However, the Cardinals are in first place. It still looks like it could go any which way but lose in the West, with the only sure thing being the Rams far out of contention. I'm surprised to see SF struggling this much, and Arizona is better than most people thought. Does Warner really make them a better  team? It sure looks like it right now, but the improvements in the O-line can't be overlooked for the turnaround in the desert. Seattle could be just an injury or two away from a tailspin. Personally, I think it may come down to Seattle and Arizona battling it out for the division title.


































Rank Teams W/L Last Week
1 Patriots 5-0 1
2 Colts 5-0 2
3 Cowboys 5-0 3
4 Steelers 4-1 5
5 Packers 4-1 4
6 Jaguars 3-1 9
7 Titans 3-1 10
8 Redskins 3-1 13
9 Seahawks 3-2 6
10 Ravens 3-2 12
11 Buccaneers 3-2 7
12 Giants 3-2 17
13 Chargers 2-3 18
14 Texans 3-2 14
15 Cardinals 3-2 15
16 Lions 3-2 8
17 Panthers 3-2 16
18 Bears 2-3 21
19 Broncos 2-3 11
20 Raiders 2-2 20
21 49ers 2-3 19
22 Eagles 1-3 22
23 Browns 2-3 23
24 Bengals 1-3 24
25 Chiefs 2-3 25
26 Vikings 1-3 26
27 Bills 1-4 29
28 Jets 1-4 27
29 Falcons 1-4 28
30 Saints 0-4 30
31 Rams 0-5 31
32 Dolphins 0-5 32