NFL Power Rankings – Week 4: Upsets create Chaos in Top 10

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30. team. 42. The San Francisco 49ers move up to number 30 in the NFL Power Rankings this week. The 49ers lost a thriller at home to their NFC West rivals the Los Angeles Rams 41-39. However, the 49ers offense erupted with 421 yards of offense and quarterback Brian Hoyer 332 yards and 2 TD’s. The Niners also gained 113 yards on the ground. Unfortunately, the 49ers defense gave up 41 points to the Rams and the efforts of the offense weren’t enough. In week 4 the 49ers go on the road to to take another NFC West opponent in the Arizona Cardinals.. Lost to Rams 41-39. Previous: . San Francisco 49ers

team. 56. The Cincinnati Bengals fall from number 27 to 29 in the NFL Power Rankings this week. The Bengals lost a close one on the road to the Green Bay Packer 27-24. The Bengals ended their streak of not having scored a touchdown in this game and they nearly pulled off the upset. However, the Packers Aaron Rodgers was too much for them as he brought the Packers back from 14 down for the win in OT. But the Bengals did get their offense back on track and in week 4 they will go on the road to take on their AFC North rivals the Cleveland Browns.. Lost to the Packers 27-24. Previous: . Cincinnati Bengals. 29