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NFL Power Rankings: Initial Post-Sunday Breakdown Ahead of Week 6

Undefeated teams are an endangered species, Tom Brady still looks like an all-time great and the Dallas Cowboys rookies are the real deal—welcome to Week 5 in the NFL. Brady’s return from a four-game suspension was one of the marquee storylines of the entire season, and he delivered with 406 passing yards and three touchdowns in the New England Patriots’ 33-13 win over the Cleveland Browns.
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