Rank 'Em: NFL Power Rankings

Created: October 2, 2007, 10:30 AM

Brett Favre is finally the all-time touchdown leader.

Brett Favre finally completed his quest to overtake Dan Marino as the NFL's all-time leading touchdown passer this weekend, throwing for his 421st TD in a win over Minnesota. Nearly lost in the ensuing celebration was the fact that Green Bay is one of the few remaining undefeated teams, with one more falling out of that club on Sunday.

Pittsburgh may have thought it had an easy task vs. Arizona, but the Cardinals are proving to be somewhat respectable in this crazy NFL year. Arizona staged a late rally to drop Pittsburgh into the loss column, while holding the Steelers to a mere 14 points. Meanwhile, Dallas, Indianapolis, and New England all won their games handily, setting up several potential Super Bowl previews later in the season.

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  • San Francisco 49ers
    Week 4: 23-3 L to Seattle
  • Chicago Bears
    Week 4: 37-27 L to Detroit
  • Cincinnati Bengals
    Week 4: 34-13 L to New England
  • Buffalo Bills
    Week 4: 17-14 W vs. New York Jets
  • Denver Broncos
    Week 4: 38-20 L to Indianapolis
  • Cleveland Browns
    Week 4: 27-13 W vs. Baltimore
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Week 4: 20-7 W vs. Carolina
  • Arizona Cardinals
    Week 4: 21-14 W vs. Pittsburgh
  • San Diego Chargers
    Week 4: 30-16 L to Kansas City
  • Kansas City Chiefs
    Week 4: 30-16 W. vs. San Diego
  • Indianapolis Colts
    Week 4: 38-20 W vs. Denver
  • Dallas Cowboys
    Week 4: 35-7 W vs. St. Louis
  • Miami Dolphins
    Week 4: 35-17 L to Oakland
  • Philadelphia Eagles
    Week 4: 16-3 L. to New York Giants
  • Atlanta Falcons
    Week 4: 26-16 W vs. Houston
  • New York Giants
    Week 4: 16-3 W vs. Philadelphia
  • Jacksonville Jaguars
    Week 4: Did not play
  • New York Jets
    Week 4: 17-14 L to Buffalo
  • Detroit Lions
    Week 4: 37-27 W vs. Chicago
  • Green Bay Packers
    Week 4: 23-16 W vs. Minnesota
  • Carolina Panthers
    Week 4: 20-7 L to Tampa Bay
  • New England Patriots
    Week 4: 34-13 W vs. Cincinnati
  • Oakland Raiders
    Week 4: 35-17 W vs. Miami
  • St. Louis Rams
    Week 4: 35-7 L to Dallas
  • Baltimore Ravens
    Week 4: 27-13 L to Cleveland
  • Washington Redskins
    Week 4: Did not play
  • New Orleans Saints
    Week 4: Did not play
  • Seattle Seahawks
    Week 4: 23-3 W vs. San Francisco
  • Pittsburgh Steelers
    Week 4: 21-14 L to Arizona
  • Houston Texans
    Week 4: 26-16 L to Atlanta
  • Tennessee Titans
    Week 4: Did not play
  • Minnesota Vikings
    Week 4: 23-16 L to Green Bay

 



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