NFL power rankings, no. 4: LA Rams
The LA Rams were bested by the Tennessee Titans on Sunday Night Football and while it was not a great game by the Rams it is not like they lost against a really bad opponent. The Rams have two losses on the season, both of which are against two teams who are ranked ahead of them on this power ranking.
The Rams have a really good chance to make it to the Super Bowl as long as Matt Stafford plays like he has been all season and not like he did against the Titans. The offense is perhaps the most explosive in the league and the defense, albeit taking a step back with Staley heading to the LA Chargers, is still solid.
If there is one thing that we want to see in the Super Bowl it is a Rams-Chargers Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium, with the Chargers winning, of course.
NFL power rankings, no. 3: Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers did lose in Week 9 and Aaron Rodgers is in the headlines for his comments on vaccinations, Joe Rogan and everything in-between. While it is easy to rank the Packers lower because of that loss, the fact of the matter is that the Packers have only one loss with Rodgers at QB and have played really good football.
When we get this high on the list we really could re-order the third through fifth teams in any way. With a big win over the second-ranked team on this list last time Rodgers played, the Pack ranks second in my book.