Herd Hierarchy: Colin Cowherd Ranks His Top 10 NFL Teams After Week 6

Watch Colin Cowherd count down his list of the top 10 NFL teams after Week 6 in Colin’s latest installment of the Herd Hierarchy rankings.

10. Raiders (4-2)

“I’m going to put the Raiders in there because I think they’re very viable offensively and it’s mostly for Derek Carr, who is already on his fifth coach now with the Raiders. He has the second-most passing yards in the NFL, and he has multiple touchdown passes in every Raiders win this year. The offensive line has regressed, they’re swimming in chaos, they’re not brilliantly run, managed, or coached, and here are the Raiders in a tough division at 4-2. Now, they don’t take the ball away at all, they had three takeaways against Denver and had three all season before that, so it’s a very limited team who can only win in one way – in a shootout – but they deserve recognition so I have them at ten."

9. Titans (4-2)

“They’re boring, they do it a different way, but let’s be honest, outside of an overtime loss to the Jets they’d be on a 5-game winning streak. The Bills have a great pass rush and the Titans didn’t allow a single sack last night. Ryan Tannehill might put you to sleep but it’s the ninth game that he’s come back in the fourth quarter to win, the most in the NFL since he’s become a Titan. He’s been a very good late-game quarterback for the Titans. Derrick Henry is the best running back in the NFL by a mile, and I think they’re well-coached. They don’t have the offensive firepower, they’re not going to be as flashy as Kansas City, they’re not as ‘controversial’ like Cleveland, but they’re a really well-coached football team that can go toe-to-toe physically with every team in this league and it’s why I have them at number nine.”

FULL countdown video at the bottom of the page.

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