2018 NFL Power Rankings: Post-Free Agency Consensus Rankings

- Updated: Sunday, April 1st

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Technically, the 2018 NFL league year has begun and the majority of significant moves in free agency have occurred. With that, some sites have published their post-Free Agency NFL Power Rankings.

Throughout the 2018 NFL season, we will update a consensus rankings from a variety of national sites.

Below you will find a table of our NFL Power Rankings ranked by average as well as their respective rankings at various sites (links at bottom of table).

RankTeamRecordLastChg.Avg.ESPNNFLSICBSUSAT
1Philadelphia Eagles0-0--111--1
2New England Patriots0-0--222--2
3Minnesota Vikings0-0--3.3334--3
4New Orleans Saints0-0--4.6745--5
5Los Angeles Rams0-0--5.3366--4
6Jacksonville Jaguars0-0--5.6783--6
7Pittsburgh Steelers0-0--6.3357--7
8Atlanta Falcons0-0--7.6778--8
9Green Bay Packers0-0--9.3399--10
10Los Angeles Chargers0-0--11.331510--9
11Carolina Panthers0-0--11.671211--12
11Houston Texans0-0--11.671012--13
13San Francisco 49ers0-0--12.671113--14
14Tennessee Titans0-0--151614--15
15Seattle Seahawks0-0--15.331315--18
16Kansas City Chiefs0-0--161418--16
17Dallas Cowboys0-0--18.331721--17
17Detroit Lions0-0--18.331817--20
19Denver Broncos0-0--18.671926--11
20Washington Redskins0-0--20.332022--19
21Baltimore Ravens0-0--20.672416--22
22Oakland Raiders0-0--21.332120--23
23Buffalo Bills0-0--23.332319--28
24Cincinnati Bengals0-0--24.672225--27
25Chicago Bears0-0--252823--24
25Tampa Bay Buccaneers0-0--252524--26
27Arizona Cardinals0-0--25.672927--21
28New York Jets0-0--282628--30
29New York Giants0-0--28.332729--29
30Cleveland Browns0-0--28.673031--25
31Miami Dolphins0-0--313230--31
32Indianapolis Colts0-0--31.673132--32
Sources: ESPN, NFL.com, SI.com (none), CBS Sports (none) and USA Today.


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