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Bankroll Sports 2013 NFL Power Ratings
Our Writers NFL Football Power Rankings After Week 14
(Current NFL Power Ratings - Published 12/11)
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1. Seattle Seahawks (11–2) – Losing to San Francisco on the road is nothing to be ashamed about, their still very likely to get home field throughout the playoffs.
2. Denver Broncos (11–2) – It was nice to see Peyton throw like that in the cold. Let’s see him do it in the playoffs.
3. San Francisco 49ers (9–4) – Against the 49ers, the Seahawk were held to only one rushing first down. That’s pretty impressive. Kaepernick & the Niners are peaking at the right time.
4. New Orleans Saints (10–3) – Nice rebound from the loss in Seattle. They are truly a different team at home. This isn't saying they can't win on the road, but there's something special in this team's home field advntage.
5. Carolina Panthers (9–4) – So they lost in the Superdome…everyone loses there. They get another crack at the Saints after they host the Jets.
6. New England Patriots (10–3) – Another slow start for the Patriots, and another miracle win. Losing Gronk for the season is a major blow, but this is a resilient bunch.
7. Cincinnati Bengals (9–4) – Andy Dalton was pretty efficient on Sunday, they are definitely a team that looks to be rounding into a serious contender.
8. Kansas City Chiefs (10–3) – That was a good way to break a three game losing streak, they’re a good team, not a great one.
9. Philadelphia Eagles (8–5) – That was one heck of an adjustment by Chip Kelly. This team is improving each week, both offensively and defensively.
10. Indianapolis Colts (8–5) – They clinched their division…but look at their division…not a serious contender folks.
11. Detroit Lions (7–6) – Really not much to say, you can blame the loss on the weather. Or you could just say the Eagles made adjustments and Detroit didn’t.
12. Chicago Bears (7–6) – Josh McCown has 13 touchdowns and 1 interception. Jay Cutler has 13 touchdowns and 6 interceptions. Enough said.
13. Baltimore Ravens (7–6) – Joe Flacco started to play like the Flacco of 2012 on Sunday. Suddenly the Ravens are starting to become a team no one wants to play. Their only loss by more than a field goal was the opening game in Denver.
14. Arizona Cardinals (8–5) – A nice rebound by the Cardinals, John Abraham is flourishing in Ray Horton’s defense. Talk about a player reborn!
15. Dallas Cowboys (7–6) – with the way their defense is playing, there is no way they’ll be a factor in the playoffs. Oh wait, they might not get in.
16. Miami Dolphins (7–6) – After the whole bullygate scandal, the Dolphins have quietly won three out of their last four.
17. Green Bay Packers (6-6-1) – Well, the Packers are back in the hunt, but they need Aaron Rodgers back ASAP. It did make a difference that Matt Flynn had some practice reps under his belt.
18. San Diego Chargers (6–7) – San Diego put it on New York last Sunday, if they want any chance of sneaking into the playoffs, they must win…in Denver.
19. St. Louis Rams (5–8) – The wins over Chicago and Indianapolis seems so long ago with the way they’ve played in the past two weeks.
20. Pittsburgh Steelers (5–8) – The Steelers are almost out of the playoff race, their might be some changes coming in the offseason.
21. New York Jets (6-7) – Maybe this team isn’t dead yet. Now they have to go play a Panther team that might not be in a good mood. Good luck Geno!
22. New York Giants (5–8) – The Giants have not been mathematically eliminated, but with the way they performed against San Diego, they might as well be.
23. Tennessee Titans (5–8) – The Titans started out relatively well against the Broncos, but fizzled out as Peyton wasn’t in to good of a mood and torched them.
24. Buffalo Bills (4–9) – E.J. Manuel had 4 interceptions on Sunday, it’s growing pains that the Buffalo faithful will have to expect.
25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4–9) – Nice win against Buffalo in convincing fashion, the 49ers can’t sleep on this team come Sunday.
26. Cleveland Browns (4–9) – The Browns got jobbed with the pass interference call. Josh Gordon made life miserable for Bill Belichick. The guy is the real deal.
27. Oakland Raiders (4–9) – How does a team look that good against the Cowboys, then look like they did against the Jets? That would explain why they’re the Raiders.
28. Minnesota Vikings (3-9-1) – A wild game in Baltimore, with the way this team continues to be in ball games, you have to wonder if Frazier has earned another year.
29. Jacksonville Jaguars (4–9) – Well the Jaguars finally got a win at home. It’s hard to believe, but this team has won 4 out of its last 5 games.
30. Atlanta Falcons (3–11) – Matt Ryan lossed to Matt Flynn on Sunday, just the Atlanta season in a nutshell.
31. Washington Redskins (3–10) – I think we can all agree that the RGIII-Mike Shanahan thing isn’t going to work. Where to go from here?
32. Houston Texans (2–11) – Kubiak is gone, and now Wade Phillips is the interim coach. Yikes! It doesn’t look like it’s going to get better any time soon.
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