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Football Preseason Team Power Rankings Going Into 2015 Season

Preseason Football Team Power Rankings

With the Preseason football games over with and the 2015 Regular Season starting on September 10, many fans like to know exactly where their favorite NFL teams stand when compared against each other. We know that the preseason games do not really matter that much, as the points do not count, but it is a good time to see which players stand out and improved, or those that simply are not living up to the hype.

For us, the preseason are warm-up and practice games to get the overall team strategy working perfectly for when it really matters. This is why we like to see the power rankings of the different NFL teams to see which are more likely to start the season on the right foot. Here are the overall rankings:

1 Seattle Seahawks
2 Green Bay Packers
3 New England Patriots
4 Denver Broncos
5 Indianapolis Colts
6 Philadelphia Eagles
7 Baltimore Ravens
8 Pittsburgh Steelers
9 Arizona Cardinals
10 Kansas City Chiefs
11 Dallas Cowboys
12 Detroit Lions
13 Cincinnati Bengals
14 Minnesota Vikings
15 San Diego Chargers
16 Miami Dolphins
17 New Orleans Saints
18 Houston Texans
19 Buffalo Bills
20 Carolina Panthers
21 Atlanta Falcons
22 San Francisco 49ers
23 St. Louis Rams
24 New York Giants
25 Chicago Bears
26 New York Jets
27 Cleveland Browns
28 Oakland Raiders
29 Jacksonville Jaguars
30 Washington Redskins
31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
32 Tennessee Titans

We are surprised that some teams were ranked low, as well as high, while others made complete sense to be in the ranked spot that they are in currently. For instance, the Eagles being ranked at #6 would surprise most if they were only going on how they performed last season. However, we will have to see if they can live up to this new hype once the season starts. The Giants are another team that surprises most at being ranked #24, especially after QB Eli Manning wanted to be the highest paid player in the NFL.

These rankings may change drastically once the season starts, but certain teams may be able to retain their high position, as they have proven their abilities in the past. Players, coaches, and teams will have to leave it all out there on the football field, and make sure to perform at their best.

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