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NFL Power Rankings: Week 4

1 of 10 | NEXT » Week 3 of the 2016 NFL season made things even more interesting. A few teams such as the Vikings and Eagles solidified themselves as true threats to contend. Others, like the Bengals and Cardinals, disappointed for the second time. Regardless, these effects will show up in the Week 4 NFL Power Rankings. As the season […] The post NFL Power Rankings: Week 4 appeared first on EndZoneScore.
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