After another week of football action, NFL analyst Elliot Harrison released the week 5 Power Rankings for the National Football League. This list contains the teams from the 26th spot down to the 32nd spot in the power rankings.

For the first time since 2014, the New England Patriots are out of the top ten after losing to the Carolina Panthers. While the Los Angeles Rams have finally cracked the top ten for the first time after they defeated the Dallas Cowboys.

26. Cincinnati Bengals (1-3)

After playing the Green Bay Packers to overtime, the Bengals were impressive against the Cleveland Browns.

Cincinnati is continuing to improve as quarterback Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals' defense looked impressive in the past few weeks.

Dalton threw four touchdowns and completed 25 out of 30 passes for 286 yards.

27. New York Giants (0-4)

The New York Giants continue to be winless after losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23-25. Quarterback Eli Manning threw two touchdowns while completing 30 out of 49 passes for 288 yards. Manning also rushed for one touchdown.

28. Miami Dolphins (1-2)

The Miami Dolphins was shut down by the New Orleans Saints. Dolphins' quarterback Jay Cutler completed 20 out of 28 passes for 164 yards while throwing one interception. Cutler was also sacked four times.

29. Los Angeles Chargers (0-4)

Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers continue to struggle as they failed to get a win against the Philadelphia Eagles. Rivers threw two touchdowns while completing 22 out of 38 passes for 347 yards. He was sacked two times and he fumbled the football one time.

Running back Austin Ekeler was also able to score a rushing touchdown.

30. San Francisco 49ers (0-4)

The San Francisco 49ers lost to the Arizona Cardinals 15-18. 49ers' quarterback Brian Hoyer threw one interception while completing 24 out of 49 passes.

Kicker Robbie Gould was the only one able to score points for San Francisco as he converted all five of his field goal attempts for 15 points.

31. Indianapolis Colts (1-3)

The Indianapolis Colts fall to 1-3 after losing to the Seattle Seahawks. Colts' quarterback Jacoby Brissett completed 16 out of 29 passes for 157 yards; Brissett also threw one touchdown and one interception.

32. Cleveland Browns (0-4)

The Cleveland Browns lost to the Cincinnati Bengals 7-31. Quarterback DeShone Kizer threw one interception and 34 passes while completing 16. Running back Duke Johnson scored the only touchdown Cleveland had against the Bengals.