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2020 NFL Half-Season Power Rankings

2020 NFL Half-Season Power Rankings

It's been fast and we're already halfway through the NFL season. We've seen plenty of surprises, both pleasant and disappointing ones. Let's sort the best teams in the league, there's a simple way to do so. Power Rankings are here!

BetPhoenix Sportsbook has ranked the whole 32 franchises after we've seen the half of the season go, and now, it's time to have a look at what each franchise has given us in these first two months of NFL action.

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NFL Power Rankings

1-Pittsburgh Steelers

The only undefeated team in the NFL reigns atop of our power rankings. Not only are the Steelers still unbeaten, but it's the quality wins they have on the season. They blew past the Titans and got a victory over the Ravens, and they also stomped Cleveland. 

Their defense is elite, and even though their secondary can still improve, they have playmakers all-around that unit, and with Big Ben under center, the offense is more than good enough to make a real push for the Super Bowl.

2- Kansas City Chiefs

The reigning champions are probably the best team in football, but they've lost the hunger they had years before winning the Lombardi. Still, taking out the upset loss vs. the Raiders and the OT showdown against the Chargers, the Chiefs have cruised through every opponent in their way.

They still have their Super Bowl-winning core intact, with Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce still balling, and new RBs Le'Veon Bell and Clyde Edwards-Helaire, the Chiefs' offense is unstoppable.

3- Tampa Bay Buccaneers

What? Are you surprised? Look, we get it, the start of the season was a bit rocky for Tampa, but they had to do their "preseason" in the first few weeks of the regular season. Now, they look different, like top contenders.

Their rush defense is outstanding. They took Rodgers out of the game when they thrashed Green Bay. Tom Brady is now looking like an MVP candidate, Mike Evans is an endzone machine, Gronk is back to his ways with Brady, and their running game is solid. Plus, Chris Godwin will eventually be back, and Antonio Brown will soon make his debut. Tampa is not messing around.

4- Seattle Seahawks

Seattle's offense is the best in the league, and they have the likely MVP winner commanding it under center. Russell Wilson has been phenomenal for the Seahawks, and his WRs Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf are probably the best WR duo in the league. Plus, they have Chris Carson in the backfield, who is a truck.

Their defense is awful and needs to get better if they want to push for the chip. Their star Safety, Jamal Adams, has been injured but will soon be back, and he should improve tremendously in the secondary. Still, the Seahawks can beat anyone on any given Sunday.

5- Baltimore Ravens

Something is happening with Baltimore, especially Lamar Jackson. The reigning MVP has been good but not great this year. Baltimore has two losses this season, but they were against Pittsburgh and Kansas City. Lamar looked bad in both games.

Still, this is an incredible offensive side, and their defense is stacked anywhere you want to see. The front-seven is filled with bad men, and their secondary is outstanding. They probably have the best CB duo in the NFL with Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters, they just need to win the big games.

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6- Green Bay Packers

The third-best offense in the league. That's how good Aaron Rodgers has been once again. Rodgers only has two real weapons, wideout Davante Adams and running back Aaron Jones. The thing is, they've barely been able to be healthy at the same time, with Davante missing at the start of the season and now Jones struggling with injuries. Still, Rodgers has them as a top team in the NFC.

Their pass rush and defense against the run is very fragile, though. They need to improve in that regard if they want to uphold their championship contender status.

7- Buffalo Bills

Josh Allen started looking like an early MVP candidate, but his form has diminished a bit. Still, the Bills have a good QB, a great offensive line, a nice running game, and one of the best and deepest receiving cores in football.

Their defense is very talented, has incredible defensive linemen, linebackers, and a well-prepared secondary with Tre'Davious White as the elite CB. Buffalo is a very dangerous team.

8- New Orleans Saints

It's been a rollercoaster season for New Orleans, who has struggled at times. Michael Thomas has missed all season due to an ankle injury, so Drew Brees hasn't played with his best weapon. Also, WR2 Emmanuel Sanders has been sidelined due to Covid-19.

Alvin Kamara has been superb, though nearly unstoppable, and the Saints have still been in good positions to compete. Their defense has been inconsistent, but they can beat any team when fully healthy.

9- Tennessee Titans

The Titans started on a roll despite a Covid outbreak that caused them many troubles. They even defeated Buffalo, but why are they lower than the Bills then? Simple, their defense is trash. There's just no other way to put it.

The Bills are complete, while the Titans have an incredible run game with Derrick Henry and a prolific QB like Ryan Tannehill, one of the best of the season. The Titans can give any team a run for their money, but they have to step up on the defensive side of the ball.

10- Arizona Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals took the Seahawks' unbeaten streak and have an incredibly dynamic offense. The addition of WR DeAndre Hopkins has been nothing short of spectacular, and they have good playcalling all around.

Their defense could be better, but they still have playmakers like Budda Baker, Patrick Peterson, and Isaiah Simmons. The Cardinals may not be powerhouses but sure can fight with almost anyone.