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Topic - Pat Kirwan
Let the bidding binges begin.
The Seattle Seahawks are a clear choice at the top of the AP Pro32 power rankings. The pecking order behind them is much more jumbled.
The Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos have separated themselves from the rest of the NFL in the eyes of the voters who make up the AP Pro32 power rankings.
The Kansas City Chiefs will have a chance to prove they belong atop the AP Pro32 power rankings when they face the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
The Kansas City Chiefs are on top of the Associated Press power poll.
Apparently, not even perfection is good enough for the Kansas City Chiefs.
This is the dominance of the Denver Broncos: give up 48 points in one game and lengthen their lead in the latest Associated Press NFL power rankings.
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos dismantled the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens in the season opener. Then they delivered a convincing victory on the road against Manning's younger brother and the rest of the New York Giants.
The San Francisco 49ers top the AP Pro32 power rankings as the NFL begins its 2013 season.
Peyton Manning and his Broncos are closing in on the playoffs as the top team in the AP Pro32 NFL power rankings.
Halfway through the season, something's missing _ mostly _ on a list of the league's elite teams.
"The division was theirs for the taking with Jay Cutler and Aaron Rodgers out and they go 1-4 in their last five games," Pat Kirwan of SiriusXM NFL Radio said of the Lions and their flop in the NFC North.
"I can't drop the Saints because of the Seahawk game," wrote Pat Kirwan of SiriusXM and CBSSports.com. "Next week the Panther game tells the tale of the Saints."