The Minnesota Vikings (2-1) have risen this week in ESPN's NFL Power Rankings following their 34-17 win over Tampa; while the Falcons nab the top spot on this week's list. See where the Vikes rank along with the rest of the league according to the ESPN experts.

2017 NFL Power Rankings: Week 4

  1. Atlanta Falcons (3-0)
  2. Kansas City Chiefs (3-0)
  3. New England Patriots (2-1)
  4. Green Bay Packers (2-1)
  5. Denver Broncos (2-1)
  6. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-1)
  7. Oakland Raiders (2-1)
  8. Detroit Lions (2-1)
  9. Dallas Cowboys (2-1)
  10. Tennessee Titans (2-1)
  11. Minnesota Vikings (2-1)
  12. Seattle Seahawks (1-2)
  13. Philadelphia Eagles (2-1)
  14. Washington Redskins (2-1)
  15. Buffalo Bills (2-1)
  16. Los Angeles Rams (2-1)
  17. Houston Texans (1-2)
  18. Baltimore Ravens (2-1)
  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-1)
  20. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-1)
  21. Arizona Cardinals (1-2)
  22. Carolina Panthers (2-1)
  23. Chicago Bears (1-2)
  24. New Orleans Saints (1-2)
  25. Cincinnati Bengals (0-3)
  26. Miami Dolphins (1-1)
  27. Los Angeles Chargers (0-3)
  28. New York Giants (0-3)
  29. San Francisco 49ers (0-3)
  30. Indianapolis Colts (1-2)
  31. New York Jets (1-2)
  32. Cleveland Browns (0-3)
ESPN comments:
 

Case Keenum posted a 94.6 Total QBR in Week 3, the best single-game QBR of the season. Sam Bradford posted a 92.0 QBR in Week 1, the third best of the season. The Vikings are rolling no matter the quarterback right now, and that will need to continue with three straight division games coming up.

The biggest riser of the week is the Buffalo Bills jumping eleven spots from #26 to #15. The biggest fall of the week belongs to the Carolina Panthers and new York Giants, each dropping nine spots.

The Vikes are back at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday hosting the Detroit Lions at 12:00 PM CT on FOX and AM 1240 WJON.

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