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By Joe Buscaglia
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Power Rankings Roundup - Week 6

With the loss by the Buffalo Bills, the national rankings of them have gone down. Here's what they're saying around the country: 8 (Last Week: 6)
"In many ways pro football is different in 2010 than it was 20 years ago, and in many ways it's the same. Interceptions can deep-six any decent team in any era, and the biggest numbers from Sunday's Bills-Giants matchup were the two interceptions for Ryan Fitzpatrick and none for Eli Manning. One led to the winning field goal in a game that was pretty evenly played."
Patriots (2), Jets (15), Dolphins (31) 10 (Last Week: 8)
"The Bills fought hard on Sunday, but couldn't come up with just one more explosive play against the Giants. There is nothing better than one-play scoring drives like Fred Jackson's 80-yard touchdown run, but they need to be able to sustain drives and get three-and-outs on defense to be consistent week in and week out."
Patriots (3), Jets (14), Dolphins (32) 10 (Last Week: 6)
" Defense is a big question mark entering the bye."
Patriots (2), Jets (16), Dolphins (30) 11 (Last Week: 9)
"There are issues stopping teams for that defense. The Giants moved it when they had to and so have a lot of other teams. That has to stop."
Patriots (2), Jets (20), Dolphins (31) 13 (Last Week: 4)
"If the Bills want to be elite, they need to find a way to beat good teams on the road."
Patriots (3), Jets (19), Dolphins (32)

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