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Week 10 power rankings - bye week power

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SB Nation: 22nd (22nd last week)

I can't believe I'm typing this but the Rams may be able to win this division. They're tied for first with the Seahawks and have a matchup schedule with Seattle on the regular season finale.

ESPN: 21st (21st)

Beating the 49ers in Week 10 would give the Rams their first road victory and a winning record. (Sando) 20th (20th)

CBS Sports special anti-NFC West edition: 19th (20th)

They are tied for the lead in the division, but the schedule gets a lot tougher in the second half. How well they play will be decided by how much Bradford continues to grow.

National Football Post: 23rd (21st)

The NFC West is wide open for the Rams and rookie QB Sam Bradford.

Fanhouse: 22nd (22nd)

Rested after a Week 9 bye, the Rams seem to be in the driver's seat in the NFC West. Sam Bradford has done a lot with little at receiver all year, and coach Steve Spagnuolo has the defense playing very well. This week's road game against division rival San Francisco will be another big test for the upstart Rams.

Sporting News: 21st (22nd)

Fred Robbins, 33, and James Hall, 33, have been critical to the defensive line's resurgence.

Pro Football Weekly: 17th (17th)

Best that they stuck with the young WR talent.

ProFootballTalk: 18th (18th)

The decision not to make a waiver claim on Randy Moss may have been this franchise's smartest move since signing Kurt Warner.

Fox Sports: 16th (16th)

The schedule sets up well for the Rams to make a strong run at the NFC West crown. They still lack enough talent at receiver, but they need to rely more on veteran RB Steven Jackson in order to move the ball consistently down the field.

USA Today: 21st (20th)

Sports Illustrated N/A yet