2014 NFL Power Rankings – Week 1

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Aug 28, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer (6) throws a pass during the first quarter against the Chicago Bears at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL Power Rankings – Week 1

53. The Browns have lost their best player in Josh Gordon for the season to suspension for the entire season.  There’s still uncertainty at their quarterback position as Brian Hoyer narrowly beat out rookie <a title=. AFC North. 0-0. Cleveland Browns. 32. player

<p>The Vikings named Matt Cassel as their starting quarterback but it’s unknown how long that will last as rookie Teddy Bridgewater will more than likely get his opportunity to play at some point.  The Vikings till have <a title=. NFC North. 0-0. Minnesota Vikings. 31. player. 60

52. <p>The Jaguars are another team with uncertainty at quarterback as they have named Chad Henne as their starter, even though rookie Blake Bortles played well in the preseason.  The Jaguars don’t have much depth at the skill positions on offense and they may struggle to score points.  Head coach Gus Bradley will have their defense playing well but that won’t be enough.</p>. AFC South. 0-0. Jacksonville Jaguars. 30. player

0-0. Houston Texans. 29. player. 10. <p>The Texans defense looks like it will be strong once again as defensive end <a title=. AFC South