NFL Betting Lines – Week 5 Power Rankings

Week 4 is in the books and Week 5 NFL betting lines are up at SBG. Let’s take a look at the power rankings heading into Week 5 and see who figures to win against the NFL lines at the Sbg sportsbook.

Week 4 is in the books and Week 5 NFL betting lines are up at SBG.  Let’s take a look at the power rankings heading into Week 5 and see who figures to win against the NFL lines at the Sbg sportsbook.

1 – New Orleans Saints – The Saints continue to win even without injured players.

2 – Pittsburgh Steelers – The Steelers suffered their first loss of the season but now they get Ben Roethlisberger back.

3 – Baltimore Ravens – The Ravens got their huge win last week.

4 – New York Jets – Rex Ryan is a great coach and New York is a team you don’t want to play.

5 – Green Bay Packers – The Packers offense is great with Aaron Rodgers but their defense is showing cracks.

6 – Atlanta Falcons – The Falcons are doing just enough to win games.

7 – Houston Texans – The Texans have a great offense with Matt Schaub and Arian Foster but no defense.

8 – Indianapolis Colts – The Colts are now just 2-2 but they are still a major force in NFL lines with Peyton Manning.

9 – New England Patriots – The Patriots have Tom Brady and their offense is potent.

10 – Miami Dolphins – The Dolphins have the look of a playoff team.
11 – San Diego – Was there a more impressive team this past week?
12 – Kansas City – A true test in NFL betting lines vs. the Colts.
13 – Dallas – The Cowboys are coming off their bye.
14 – Chicago – The Bears are no longer unbeaten.
15 – Washington – McNabb got his revenge at Philly.
16 – Denver – Kyle Orton is the best quarterback no one is noticing.
17 – New York Giants – The Giants beat the Bears to take the heat off.
18 – Cincinnati – When does this team implode?
19 – Tennessee – The Titans have major issues and could continue to fall.
20 – Philadelphia – Without Vick at quarterback this team is in trouble.
21 – Minnesota – The Vikings still get respect but must start to earn it.
22 – Jacksonville – The Jags got a huge win vs. the Colts.
23 – St. Louis – The Rams are playoff contenders.
24 – Cleveland – The Browns could easily be 3-1 instead of 1-3.
25 - Tampa Bay – Bucs face a reality check this week vs. Bengals.
26 – Seattle – An up and down team but at 2-2 tied for the division lead.
27 – Oakland – Bruce Gradkowski is good and the Raiders are not horrible.
28 – Arizona – The worst 2-2 team in the league.
29 – SF – The hard luck team in the league.
30 – Carolina – John Fox is on his last legs.
31 – Detroit – The Lions try hard but they just don’t win.
32 – Buffalo – The Bills are hopeless.