NFL Power Rankings, Week 5: Seattle Seahawks Bottom-Dwelling

The Seattle Seahawks have a long road up from the bottom of the NFL power rankings.

Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks have a long way to go back up. The concerns seem to start on the offensive side of the ball and having Tarvaris Jackson be the main man under center. Everyone is extremely concerned about the ability for Seattle to manufacture points to beat anyone in the league

SB Nation forces the Seahawks to fall from 26th to 28th. Joel Thorman made an odd reference to the lack of Seattle offense, even though the Seahawks are coming off their best offensive production in the second half of the Falcons game.

ESPN drops the Seahawks from 24th to 25th, citing Seattle's slow first half starts as a reason to knock them down a level. Makes sense.

FOX Sports moves the Seahawks a spot up from 25th to 24th, as Brian Billick gives Seattle some dap for hanging around and mounting a near comeback against Atlanta.

CBS also doesn't downgrade them too much, putting Seattle at 24th in only a one spot downgrade.

For more on where the Seahawks stack up, talk with Seattle fans at Field Gulls.

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