A few months out from the start of the regular season, there's little surprise which teams sit atop the 2015 NFL off-season power rankings. But how do the rest of the teams stack up?

By Chris Burke
May 19, 2015

The Patriots and Packers have qualified for the past six postseasons. The Broncos and Bengals are sitting on matching four-year streaks; the Colts and Seahawks are at three. Add it all up and half of the NFL's playoff spots since 2012 have been claimed by the same six franchises, leaving little wiggle room for any other contenders.

There are other teams capable of crashing the party, of course—Baltimore, which missed the playoffs in 2013, won Super Bowl XLVII over San Francisco, which struggled to an 8–8 mark a year ago. Dallas, San Diego, Philadelphia and Arizona, to name a few, may have what it takes to crash the upper echelon again this season.

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With a little less than four months to go before Pittsburgh and New England kick off the regular season, here's how the teams stack up:

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