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Final 2011 regular-season power rankings

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1. Green Bay Packers: With 480 yards and six TDs, safe to say Flynn earned some dollars.

2. New Orleans Saints: Rewrote part of the offensive record book in final two weeks.

3. New England Patriots: Can't get away with spotting the Ravens or Steelers 21 points.

4. San Francisco 49ers: Locked up bye but can't be pleased with giving up 27 to Rams.

5. Pittsburgh Steelers: Without Mendenhall, added pressure on Big Ben in playoffs.

6. Baltimore Ravens: Fifth playoff appearance in six seasons, but first bye since '06.

7. Atlanta Falcons: Would be huge if Turner can build on Week 17 output in playoffs.

8. Detroit Lions: Inability to stop Flynn sets up Stafford vs. Brees air show.

9. New York Giants: Cruz battling Welker for best 2011 season by an undrafted receiver.

10. Cincinnati Bengals: Run "D" will have to hold better vs. Foster than it did vs. Rice.

11. Houston Texans: Yates seems fine, but it will be up to defense to get playoff win.

12. Denver Broncos: Continue NFL's time-honored "worst to first" trend.

13. Dallas Cowboys: A long offseason for the 'Boys to think about games they choked away.

14. Philadelphia Eagles: Was 62-yard score a parting gift from DeSean Jackson to Philly?

15. Tennessee Titans: Fans left wondering if CJ2K is the reason they missed the playoffs.

16. New York Jets: Suddenly, 2012 looks like a crucial make-of-break year for Ryan, Sanchez.

17. Arizona Cardinals: Fitzgerald quietly had second-most receiving yards in his career.

18. San Diego Chargers: Missed playoffs in back-to-back seasons; first time since 2002-03.

19. Seattle Seahawks: Baldwin, Tate should provide good WR complements to Rice in 2012.

20. Oakland Raiders: Microcosm of season — mistake-filled loss costs them playoffs.

21. Chicago Bears: Notch first win since Nov. 20; finish season once filled with hope at .500.

22. Miami Dolphins: Send J.T. off in style; tie NFL record for most wins after 0-7 start.

23. Kansas City Chiefs: Late-season turnaround can give fans some optimism for 2012.

24. Carolina Panthers: Imagine what Cam can do in 2012 after a full offseason.

25. Buffalo Bills: Gave up 49 unanswered points and benched star WR. Ugly finish.

26. Washington Redskins: Fourth last-place finish in the NFC East in past six seasons.

27. Jacksonville Jaguars: MJD wins the rushing title, now Jags get to face Luck in future.

28. Cleveland Browns: Crucial draft decision coming for team without offensive playmakers.

29. Minnesota Vikings: Harvin finishes season with 1,312 yards of offense.

30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: End with 10 losses in row by average margin of 17.5 points.

31. St. Louis Rams: Owner Stan Kroenke will waste no time cleaning house.

32. Indianapolis Colts: The winners of the No. 1 draft pick set up quite the 2012 story line.

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