I moved Seattle up from 28 to 24 in this week's The News Tribune NFL power rankings.
Here’s a quick spin around other national web sites to see where they have Seattle.
Pete Prisco of CBS Sports puts Seattle at No. 27 overall.
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Don Banks of Sports Illustrated ranks the Seahawks at No. 23 overall.
Brian Billick of Fox Sports puts Seattle at No. 25.
1. Green Bay (1) (9-0): QB Aaron Rodgers leads the league with a ridiculous 130.7 passer rating.
2. San Francisco (2) (8-1): Niners host the Cardinals, playing just their second NFC West division game of the year.
3. Pittsburgh (4) (7-3): Steelers head into the bye week in a familiar position, leading the AFC North.
4. Houston (8) (7-3): Everyone knows the Texans can score, but defense holding teams to a league-leading 269.7 yards a contest.
5. N.Y. Giants (4) (6-3): Giants miss RB Ahmad Bradshaw, who will sit out his third straight game with a broken foot.
6. Baltimore (3) (6-3): OC Cam Cameron under siege in Baltimore for his pass-happy ways.
7. New Orleans (11) (7-3): Saints tied for the league lead with Dallas for number of catches of 25 yards or more with 26.
8. New England (11) (6-3): Rob Gronkowski is second among TEs in receptions with 52 for 709 yards and 8 TDs.
9. Chicago (14) (6-3): Bears riding a four-game winning streak.
10. Detroit (6) (6-3): Lions have lost three of their last four after starting the season with five straight wins.
11. Cincinnati (7) (6-3): Former Seahawk Kelly Jennings a starter at corner with Leon Hall (torn Achilles tendon) done for the year.
12. Atlanta (9) (5-4): Falcons need to get back on track after Mike Smith’s controversial overtime fourth down decision cost them the game against the Saints.
13. Dallas (16) (5-4): DeMarcus Ware has 10 sacks and four forced fumbles in 13 games against Washington, today’s opponent.
14. Buffalo (13) (5-4): Bills headed the wrong direction, losing their last two games. 15. Oakland (15) (5-4): Raiders averaging 145.5 yards a contest in two games without starting RB Darren McFadden (sprained foot).
16. Tennessee (18) (5-4): Second-year receiver Damian Williams has 4 TDs in his last six games.
17. Denver (23) (5-5): Hard-running Tebow has defensive backs shying away from contact, now 4-1 this season as a starter.
18. N.Y. Jets (12) (5-5): QB Sanchez has just two TDS, 5 turnovers and has been sacked nine times in the past three games, two of which have been losses. 19. Kansas City (19) (4-5): Chiefs face New England on Monday, followed by Pittsburgh, Chicago and Green Bay, with backup QB Tyler Palko leading them – Can you say 4-9?
20. San Diego (20) (4-5): Chargers have lost four straight.
21. Tampa Bay (17) (4-5): Head coach Raheem Morris rightly responds to leadership skills being questioned.
22. Cleveland (22) (3-6): Browns DT Phil Taylor leads all rookie defensive lineman with four sacks.
23. Jacksonville (25) (3-6): Rookie QB Blaine Gabbert only completing 48 percent of his passes. 24. Seattle (28) (3-6): The Seahawks next four opponents have a combined 8-19 record.
25. Arizona (29) (3-6): Cardinals got their first road win at Philadelphia last week.
26. Philadelphia (21) (3-6): This pretty much says it all about the “Dream Team” – Eagles have lost five games they’ve led in the fourth quarter.
27. Washington (24) (3-6): OC Kyle Shanahan calling pass plays 75 percent of the time in past five weeks. And oh yeah, Rex Grossman is back at QB. 28. Miami (30) (2-7): Don’t look now, but Dolphins on a two-game winning streak.
29. St. Louis (31) (2-7): Sam Bradford threw 17 TDs in his first 11 career starts, but has just 5 TDs in his past 12.
30. Carolina (27) (2-7): The Panthers have lost a franchise-worst 11 straight road games, and travel to Detroit today.
31. Minnesota (26) (2-7): Vikings’ defense is giving up 27.1 points a game, second-most in the league.
32. Indianapolis (32) (0-10): Colts giving up a league-worst 30 points a game.