Which teams are up and which teams are down after five weeks of NFL action? The DraftKings social team compiled their own power rankings below. Hit us up on Twitter @DraftKings with your thoughts!

NFL Week 6 Power Rankings

Ranking@joshhandszer@GBillings12@wrobbieh
1Vikings
VikingsPatriots
2PatriotsPatriotsVikings
3FalconsSteelersCowboys
4SteelersCowboysSteelers
5SeahawksSeahawksFalcons
6BroncosPackersPackers
7CowboysFalconsSeahawks
8PackersRaidersRaiders
9BengalsEaglesEagles
10RaidersBroncosBroncos
11CardinalsBillsRams
12EaglesRedskinsBills
13RavensTexansTexans
14ChiefsRavensRavens
15GiantsBengalsColts
16BillsRamsRedskins
17PanthersChiefsBengals
18TexansColtsBuccaneers
19RamsBuccaneersPanthers
20RedskinsCardinalsLions
21LionsPanthersChiefs
22ColtsGiantsGiants
23BuccaneersJaguarsCardinals
24TitansSaintsSaints
25SaintsChargersTitans
26JetsTitansChargers
27ChargersJetsJets
28BearsDolphinsJaguars
29DolphinsLionsDolphins
30Jaguars49ers49ers
3149ersBearsBears
32BrownsBrownsBrowns


Analysis

Josh on the Dallas Cowboys (#7):

“How ’bout them Cowboys? No Dez, no Romo? No problem! The Cowboys’ 4-1 record is thanks to their dynamic rookie combo of QB Dak Prescott and RB Ezekiel Elliott, who have both exceeded expectations. The team says Tony Romo will regain his starting job once he returns from injury, but with how well Prescott’s playing, it’ll be tough to take him out.”

Graham on the Minnesota Vikings (#1):

“The Vikings looked like Super Bowl contenders in the preseason – that was when they had Teddy Bridgewater and Adrian Peterson. Guess what? Even without those two, they still are. Mike Zimmer is an early candidate for Coach of the Year after the hot 5-0 start for his team as they head into their bye week.”

Rob on the Atlanta Falcons (#5):

“The Falcons are quickly becoming a offensive powerhouse. Matt Ryan is coming into form and things seemed to be clicking against the Broncos IN Denver. They’ll have another test this week in Seattle.”