The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo The New Orleans Saints knocked the Los Angeles Rams from the ranks of the unbeaten with an impressive 45-35 win in The Big Easy Sunday. That, and their current seven-game winning streak are enough to propel them into the top spot in this week’s Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings.The Rams fall to fourth, with the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs nudging ahead of Sean McVay’s team in this week’s pecking order. 32.Oakland Raiders1-7lost to San Francisco 34-3(▼1)Lost to a horrible football team by 31 points. 13.Philadelphia Eagles4-4Bye week(▲3)A visit from Dallas awaits the Super Bowl champs. 26.New York Jets3-6lost to Miami 13-9(▼2)Darnold has two TDs and seven picks over his last three games. 17.Seattle Seahawks4-4lost to LA Chargers 25-17(▼3)Might be facing the incredibly rare LA sweep in back-to-back weeks with Rams looming. 5.Carolina Panthers6-2beat Tampa Bay 42-28(–)Carolina just keeps on rolling along. 27.Cleveland Browns2-6-1lost to Kansas City 37-21(–)Only losing by 16 to the Chiefs kinda feels like a win for the Browns. Kinda. 16.Green Bay Packers3-4-1lost to New England 31-17(▼4)Packers’ frustration grows with third loss in last four contests. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 2.New England Patriots7-2beat Green Bay 31-17(▲1)Pats cash in on huge fumble in the fourth quarter for SNF win. 6.Pittsburgh Steelers5-2-1beat Baltimore 23-16(–)Le’Veon’s misspelled tweet might indicate he’s on his way to Pittsburgh. 1.New Orleans Saints7-1beat LA Rams 45-35(▲1)Drew Brees and Alvin Kamara shined in league’s biggest game of the season so far. 19.Tennessee Titans4-4beat Dallas 28-14(▲7)Titans win the game on third down, converting 11-of-14 against Cowboys’ defense. 31.Buffalo Bills2-7lost to Chicago 41-9(▼1)Only three picks for Nathan Peterman? Hey, he’s getting better. 3.Kansas City Chiefs8-1beat Cleveland 37-21(▲1)Chiefs had five touchdowns on their first six possessions in easy win. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 28.Arizona Cardinals2-6Bye week(–)Can the Cardinals hang with the Chiefs? Can anyone? 15.Atlanta Falcons4-4beat Washington 38-14(▲4)Matt Ryan continues to put up incredible numbers; 17 TDs, 1 pick in last six games. 4.Los Angeles Rams8-1lost to New Orleans 45-35(▼3)Goff’s late second-quarter pick loomed large in Rams’ first loss. 11.Houston Texans6-3beat Denver 19-17(▲2)Winning streak alive thanks to missed FG at the gun. 9.Cincinnati Bengals5-3Bye week(–)Good news: they’re rested. Bad news: Saints are coming to town. 7.Los Angeles Chargers6-2beat Seattle 25-17(–)Five straight wins against five mediocre to bad opponents. There’s also a new team in the cellar — the Oakland Raiders, who continued their nightmare of a season with an embarrassing 34-3 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, who aren’t good themselves, and were led by a quarterback making his first-ever NFL start on national television.Here’s a look at this week’s order:Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings – Week 10 21.Jacksonville Jaguars3-5Bye Week(▲1)Will try to break their four-game skid in Indy. RankTeamRecordResultMovementComment 22.Detroit Lions3-5lost to Minnesota 24-9(▼4)Lions have only 23 points in the last two weeks — but amazing posture. 24.Tampa Bay Buccaneers3-5lost to Carolina 42-28(▼1)Fall behind early, Fitzpatrick leads comeback that falls short…where have I heard this before? 10.Chicago Bears5-3beat Buffalo 41-9(▲1)Two defensive TDs in second quarter help bury the Bills. 23.Dallas Cowboys3-5lost to Tennessee 28-14(▼1)Amari Cooper was pretty good, so at least there’s that. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas (13) pulls out a cell phone after his 72 yard touchdown reception in the second half of an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Rams in New Orleans, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018. (AP Photo/Bill Feig) 20.Indianapolis Colts3-5Bye week(▲1)Colts rested after the bye and have three straight home games vs. Jaguars, Titans and Dolphins. 30.New York Giants1-7Bye week(▼1)Off the bye to SF for Monday Night Football. 18.Baltimore Ravens4-5lost to Pittsburgh 23-16(▼3)The Baltimore free-fall continues. 14.Miami Dolphins5-4beat NY Jets 13-6(▲3)Survived a boring defensive struggle against the Jets. Top Stories 0 Comments Share 29.San Francisco 49ers2-7beat Oakland 34-3(▲3)Forget Jimmy G…it’s all about Nick M! 8.Minnesota Vikings5-3-1beat Detroit 24-9(▲2)Adam Thielen’s amazing streak of 100-yard games comes to an end, but he’s still scored a TD in six straight. 12.Washington Redskins5-3lost to Atlanta 38-14(▼4)This team has been perplexing all season long, especially against the Falcons. 25.Denver Broncos3-6lost to Houston 19-17(–)McManus misses two field goals, including the game-winner. Ouch.