NextFL 2013 Season Power Rankings Week 1 Keep in mind that I hardly know anyone of you in this league. I hope that changes and I look forward to building relationships with everyone. These Power Rankings are ranked (to begin with) by team roster ratings only. Week two will most likely be completely different. Enjoy! The Seattle Seahawks have an advantage over every team in the NFL with their 12th man at home. Led by quarterback Russell Wilson the Seahawks look to win all their home games and just enough on the road to win thier division. Seattle is a team to fear and they look to build on their 2012 season and bring the Lombardi trophy into their locker room. The San Francisco 49ers had their incredible run last year that ended with a Super Bowl loss to the Ravens. Their fans look to make it back to the big game this year and anything less than a Super Bowl victory would be deemed an unsuccessful season. Will the 49ers and quarterback Kaepernick have another successful year and make it back to the big game? Who dat? Well, they are someone to mark on your schedule now. New Orleans look to improve on their pathetic season last year and perhaps win the division this year. Led by future Hall of Famer quarterback Drew Brees and his superb leadership, the Saints look to do nothing less than be in post season this year. Can they do it? How bout them Cowboys?! With superstars filling this teams roster year after year the Cowboys always seem to fall short of their expectations. Quarterback Tony Romo and star wide out Dez Bryant look to be a more consistent offensive team. The Cowboys look to win their division and have a playoff win. However, they need to win their home games and have the ball bounce their way on the road, especially against their division opponents. The Denver Broncos have all the pieces to have a successful championship season. However, they had the same pieces last year. Led by quarter back Peyton Manning and an outstanding defense, the Broncos in Mile-High stadium look to win their division and claim home field throughout the playoffs. Can the Broncos and their coach bring a Super Bowl victory back to Denver? How can you not be successful with a quarterback like Aaron Rodgers? Perhaps the most superior QB in the league, Rodgers demands perfection and to win. The Packers look to win their division and beat up on everyone they play through their passing attack. However, to be successful in the NFL you must run the ball well. Can they produce a running game this year? We shall see. Kansas City and their new front office look to rebuild and reclaim some respect in their division. They have all the pieces to be a better team this year. Can quarterback Alex Smith and his new settings lead the Chiefs to a division title? Can he at least be a consistent play-caller? Can he be this franchise's quarterback for the future? The Detroit Lions' success depends on the play of their quarterback Matt Stafford. Can he become the team leader and live up to his high draft pick and bring this team to greatness? The Lions have a solid defense and offense and will try to be more successful on the road. What will the Lions do this year? The Bottom 2 The Jaguars look to win at least six games this year to have a successful season. This team is under new leadership and will look to have better draft picks. The Jags are in rebuilding mode and look to be a contender in a couple years. The Cleveland Browns and their fans crave a new tradition, to win! They are so used to being the laughing stock of the NFL. What will the organization do to change their ways?