NFL Power Rankings, Week 6: Rams continue to drop after Seahawks loss

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5. Green Bay Packers

Following a tough loss at Lambeau Field to the Philadelphia Eagles, the Green Bay Packers seemed like they would be in for another rough outing in Week 5 facing the Dallas Cowboys, especially since Davate Adams was ruled out with a toe injury.

Then again, when looking at all of the previous success behind Aaron Rodgers playing at AT&T Stadium, the Packers obviously felt confident in their quarterback doing what he does best in helping the team find a way to win.

Between Aaron Jones rushing for four touchdowns, and the defense recording three interceptions on Dak Prescott, Week 5 was a big win for Green Bay to prove there are no reasons to be concerned.

Normally, Rodgers running the offense tends to be the major strength behind the Packers, but playing with an improved defense has already been a major difference maker to help the team sit on top of the NFC North heading into Week 6.

After defeating another top contender on the road in Dallas, all of the attention now shifts to a battle within the division next Monday when Green Bay welcomes the Detroit Lions to town.

If the Packers play like they did against the Lions, chances are Green Bay finishes on the winning end of this one as well.