NFL Week 5 Standings

Fri, October 4, 2013
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Five of the top 11 NFL teams from week four lost this week.  It was a total slaughter.  Because of this, teams like the New Orleans Saints and the Kansas City Chiefs shot up the rankings.  This has increased the demand for New Orleans Saints tickets andKansas City Chiefs tickets.

Here are the top five NFL teams going into week five.  It's no coincidence that NFL Ticket prices are going up for these teams after last week.

#5 San Francisco 49ers - The 49ers are 2-2 with a 35-11 win over the Saint Louis Rams.  Apparently they are removing the excitement of their offense and just giving the ball to Frank Gore now.

#4 New Orleans Saints - The Saints beat the Miami Dolphins 38-17 in week four to bring them to 4-0.  Drew Brees was hitting on all cylinders while the inexplicably good Saints defense shut down the Dolphins.

#3 New England Patriots - Another 4-0 team, the Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons 30-23.  This wasn't a total blow out like a few other teams last week, but a solid win none the less.  Tom Brady, a total mess, but still they are 4-0.

#2 Seattle Seahawks - 4-0, and nobody expected less at the beginning of the year.  This team was poised to go far this year.  However their offensive line injuries might be hard to overcome down the road.  The first three quarters last week against theHouston Texans didn't look so good.

#1 Denver Broncos - 4-0, awesome defense, offense running like a well oiled machine, with Peyton Manning driving.  Hard to beat.  Not to mention that Manning is setting new NFL TD passing records each month.  The team has set a hand full of franchise records as well.  Oh, and they are BLOWING OUT the other teams.  Last week, 52-20 against the Philadelphia Eagles.  Ouch.

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