The AFC South in NFL Power Rankings

May, 1, 2012
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There is not a lot of movement in the newest edition of ESPN.com’s NFL Power Rankings.

I moved teams very little off of the draft. Everyone gets better with an influx of new players. Making major power ranking moves off the draft seems drastic to me.

Andrew Luck is no surprise, and he’s got some weapons coming in with him, but the Colts' defense could be terrible.

Here’s my entire ballot, with where I had each team ranked in March in parenthesis:
1) NY Giants (1)

2) Green Bay (2)

3) New England (3)

4) San Francisco (4)

5) Baltimore (5)

6) Houston (6)

7) Pittsburgh (7)

8) Detroit (8)

9) Chicago (9)

10) Denver (10)

11) Philadelphia (14)

12) New Orleans (11)

13) San Diego (13)

14) Atlanta (12)

15) Dallas (15)

16) Carolina (16)

17) Arizona (17)

18) Kansas City (18)

19) Tennessee (19)

20) Cincinnati (22)

21) Washington (20)

22) NY Jets (21)

23) Buffalo (24)

24) Oakland (23)

25) Seattle (25)

26) Jacksonville (26)

27) Tampa Bay (27)

28) St. Louis (28)

29) Miami (29)

30) Cleveland (30)

31) Minnesota (31)

32) Indianapolis (32)

Paul Kuharsky | email

ESPN Tennessee Titans reporter

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