NFL Power Rankings Week 7: Predictions for football standings after Monday night Bleker report

Los Angeles Rams back Todd Gurley (30) scores a touchdown while Denver Broncos linebacker defends Todd Davis (51) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, October 14, 2018, in Denver. (AP Photo / Joe Mahoney)

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If you step into NFL Week 7, there is only one unbeaten team after a confrontation between two offensive powerhouses took place on Sunday Night.

The New England Patriots took a 43-40 lead over the last few seconds at the Chiefs of Kansas City to give the Chiefs their first loss.

The Los Angeles Rams are the only unbeaten team left, and it seems unlikely that this will change in their week 7 matchup against San Francisco. Besides this obvious number 1, many of the other teams have the potential to jump in the rankings, with just under half of the competition with three wins per piece.

View the projected power rankings for week 7 below Monday evening football, where Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers take home a struggling San Francisco 49ers team.

The Packers are 9.5-point favorites, according to OddsShark, above San Francisco – which is without profitability without Jimmy Garoppolo.

Projected week 7 Power Rankings After Monday evening football

1. Los Angeles Rams (6-0)

2. Kansas City Chiefs (5-1)

3. New Orleans Saints (4-1)

4. Los Angeles chargers (4-2)

5. Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2-1)

6. Cincinnati Bengals (4-2)

7. Chicago Bears (3-2)

8. Baltimore Ravens (4-2)

9. Minnesota Vikings (3-2-1)

10. New England Patriots (4-2)

11. Green Bay Packers (3-2-1)

12. Dallas Cowboys (3-3)

13. Philadelphia Eagles (3-3)

14. Miami Dolphins (4-2)

15. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-3)

16. Seattle Seahawks (3-3)

17. Carolina Panthers (3-2)

18. Washington Redskins (3-2)

19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-3)

20. Houston Texans (3-3)

21. New York Jets (3-3)

22. Cleveland Browns (2-3-1)

23. Tennessee Titans (3-3)

24. Atlanta Falcons (2-4)

25. Detroit Lions (2-3)

26. Denver Broncos (2-4)

27. Oakland Raiders (1-5)

28. Buffalo Bills (2-4)

29. New York Giants (1-5)

30. Indianapolis Colts (1-5)

31. Arizona Cardinals (1-5)

32. San Francisco 49ers (1-5)

Chicago Bears at number 7

Despite an overwhelming 28-31 loss in overtime against a team of Dolphins rummaging in the end zone and giving Chicago a new chance to win where they could not profit, the Bears have proven to be a tough team so far this season .

Chicago had the best overall defense in the league – only 1,178 yards and 65 points allow – ahead of Sunday's game against the Dolphins. The team's two losses came from a three-point ratio against overtime to the dolphins – after a 11-point lead in the last 16 minutes of the game – and a one-point loss for the Packers in the season's opener.

Their attack has shown depth on the receiver's position, with four players having at least two touchdowns. Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky pitched for a career-high six touchdowns in Chicago's 48-10 victory over Tampa Bay. Now that the young quarterback is growing and getting better with every game and an excellent defense behind them, the Bears have the potential to be successful.

They will face a difficult match against it New England & # 39; s powerhouse violation in week 7.

New England Patriots at number 10

After losing two in a row to enter 1-2 at week 4, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots have started to look a bit more like themselves. The Patriots have scored at least 38 points in each of the last three matches.

However, even with a 43-40 win over Kansas City on Sunday-evening to hand the Chiefs their first loss, the Patriots are at the bottom of the top 10, with three teams with one victory less than their rankings above them.

There is no doubt that the Patriots played a play-offcaliber competition Sunday, with a field goal at the end of a second, makes them win at home. With that being said, the defense not only gave a kickback of 97 yards, but also a touchdown of 75 yards to tie the game to 40. In important situations, the secondary Patriots simply did not hold out.

Even with a quarterback like Tom Brady at the helm, and even with more options at the receiver than at the beginning of the season, the violation may not always be able to absorb the backlash. Week 7 will put the attack on the powerhouse to the test, while the Patriots stand for a top defense in the Chicago Bears.

San Francisco 49ers at number 32

The San Francisco 49ers got a devastating blow when the new quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo went down in week 3 with an injury at the end of the season. They were 1-1 with Garoppolo and have since become 0-3. C.J. Beathard has taken over the absence of Garoppolo and has thrown as many interceptions as he has touchdowns (4).

Combined with a violation that can not find its rhythm, the 49ers defense has given 12 passes and four running touchdowns in five games. In week 5, San Francisco gave the Arizona Cardinals its first win of the season in a loss of 18-28.

Without a big change, the 49ers will continue to struggle both offensive and defensive with upcoming matches against the Packers, the unbeaten Los Angeles Rams and a rematch against NFC West foe Arizona.

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