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Domo's NFL rankings have the Eagles at No. 4

Daily News columnist Paul Domowitch’s NFL power rankings for Nov. 4.

Paul Domowitch's NFL power rankings for Nov. 4:

1. Cardinals 7-1 (2): Super Bowl's in Phoenix. Will the Cardinals be first host team to play in it?

2. Patriots 7-2 (5): Brady has 18 TDs, 1 interception in Patriots' five straight wins.

3. Broncos 6-2 (1): So much for 15-1.

4. Eagles 6-2 (4): The injuries keep on coming, the Eagles keep on winning.

5. Chiefs 5-3 (10): Only the Jets have fewer takeaways (5).

6. Cowboys 6-3 (6): Tony Romo will stop at Lourdes on way to London.

7. Colts 6-3 (9): Eagles have been only team to keep Andrew Luck under 300.

8. Lions 6-2 (12): No one has allowed fewer points or yards.

9. Packers 5-3 (8): Packers are giving up 4.8 yards per carry.

10. Seahawks 5-3 (7): Beat hapless Raiders at home by just six, move back three spaces.

11. Bengals 5-2-1 (13): Are giving up 30.8 points per game the last five games.

12. 49ers 4-4 (3): Have replaced Eagles as the league's worst red-zone offense.

13. Steelers 6-3 (15): Big Ben is on fire.

14. Dolphins 5-3 (17): The best team nobody is talking about.

15. Saints 4-4 (18): Outscored the Packers and Panthers, 72-33.

16. Bills 5-3 (16): Coming out of the bye with tough tests against Chiefs and Dolphins.

17. Ravens 5-4 (14): Their last 2 opponents have completed 70.8 percent of their passes.

18. Chargers 5-4 (11): Have given up 72 points in their last 2 games.

19. Rams 3-5 (23): The fact that they're 2-1 in the NFC West should count for something.

20. Browns 5-3 (24): Just seven turnovers in eight games.

21. Texans 4-5 (21): Somebody get Jadeveon Clowney a bottle of Nyquil.

22. Panthers 3-5-1 (19): Cam Newton has a 49.1 completion percentage and 58.0 passer rating in Panthers' last 3 games.

23. Giants 3-5 (20): Somebody inform the Giants that their bye week is over.

24. Vikings 4-5 (26): Don't look now, but the Vikes have won two in a row.

25. Bears 3-5 (25): Their only win since Week 3 has been over the 2-6 Falcons.

26. Washington 3-6 (22): That high from beating the Cowboys didn't last long.

27. Falcons 2-6 (27): Anybody need a good defensive coordinator? Mike Smith will soon be available.

28. Bucs 1-7 (28): Have managed to score more than 17 points just twice in 8 games.

29. Jets 1-8 (29): They've already given up 24 touchdown passes. And Roethlisberger is up next.

30. Jaguars 1-8 (30): Blake Bortles is averaging an interception every 18.5 attempts.

31. Titans 2-6 (31): Dead last in the league in third-down efficiency.

32. Raiders 0-8 (32): Will they be the first team since '08 Lions to go 0-16? Does anybody care?

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