49ers jump up in Power Rankings after win in Green Bay

Sep 11, 2012 at 2:06 PM


Power rankings don't mean much when all is said and done, but they sure are fun to look at. So where do the 49ers rank in power rankings around the web? Below are just a few of the power rankings and where the 49ers rank within parentheses.

AP Pro32 (2)
CBS Sports (4)
ESPN (2)
Fox Sports (2)
Newsday (3)
NBC Sports (2)
NFL.com (1)
Pro Football Weekly (2)
Sporting News (1)
Yahoo! Sports (1)



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