Troy Tulowitzki powers his way to No. 1

Albert Belle did it in 1995. Barry Bonds did it in 2001. And now Troy Tulowitzki has done it in 2010. For just the third time in MLB history, a player has hit 14 homers in a 15-game span. So while Ryan Mallett, Matt Schaub, CC Sabathia and Michael Vick were all hot this week, there's no denying Tulowitzki was the hottest.

Did the panel make the right decisions this week? See anyone who was placed way too high, unjustly low or whom we flat-out missed? Did any of the last five out (Mark Sanchez, Jose Bautista, Donovan McNabb, Peyton Manning and Shin-Soo Choo) deserve to be bumped up? Now is your chance to let us know below!

FYI: We've slimmed the Cross-Sport Power Rankings down to the top 10 athletes of the week (less is so more these days). Meaning: Unless your favorite athlete does some serious damage in the sports world, don't even think about finding him or her on this list. Only the very best of the best will make the cut each week.

Our all-star ESPN panel: John Buccigross, Josh Elliott, Robert Flores, DJ Gallo, Jemele Hill, Dana Jacobson, Brian Kenny, Jeff MacGregor, Bram Weinstein and Trey Wingo.

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