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Power Rankings (week 12)

November 24, 2010 by Steel Haven

1.1.New England Patriots8-2Need to be careful in Detroit on Thanksgiving.
2.2.New York Jets8-2Won on the last play of regulation after winning the previous 2 weeks in OT. Could use a laugher against the Bengals on Thanksgiving night.
3.3.Atlanta Falcons8-2Will be tested by their next 2 opponents, Green Bay and Tampa have each only lost 3 games.
4.4.Philadelphia Eagles7-3Won despite Vick not putting up ridiculous numbers. That actually makes them scarier.
5.6.Green Bay Packers7-3Coach killers. Got Childress fired a week after getting Phillips fired.
6.7.New Orleans Saints7-3Brees is back on track.
7.8.Baltimore Ravens7-3Just keep winning.
8.9.Pittsburgh Steelers7-3Big victory over the Raiders after blowout loss to the Patriots was especially welcome given last year's second half slide.
9.5.Indianapolis Colts6-4Manning kept them in the game in Foxboro, but what no one will talk about is how his 3 interceptions doomed them.
10.11.Tampa Bay Buccaneers7-3Way ahead of schedule. Morris is the early front runner for coach of the year.
11.13.Chicago Bears7-3Defense leads the league in points allowed per game.
12.14.San Diego Chargers5-5Rivers joins Fouts and Brees as the only QBs in franchise history to throw for 4 TDs in back-to-back games.
13.10.New York Giants6-4Consecutive losses in the division has sent them into a tailspin.
14.17.Jacksonville Jaguars6-4Riding a 3 game winning streak.
15.18.Kansas City Chiefs6-4Bowe has TD receptions in 6 consecutive games.
16.12.Oakland Raiders5-5Campbell returned to earth with the running game shut down.
17.25.Washington Redskins5-5Performance on a short week in Tennessee was impressive.
18.15.Miami Dolphins5-5Shutout at home for only the second time in 40 years.
19.16.Tennessee Titans5-5Can Fisher and VY coexist going forward? Won't matter this year with VY placed on IR.
20.19.Seattle Seahawks5-5Remain atop the worst division in football thanks to everyone losing last week.
21.28.Dallas Cowboys3-7Garrett continues making his case.
22.20.Houston Texans4-6Opening day victory over the Colts a distant memory.
23.21.Cleveland Browns3-7Back to losing.
24.22.Minnesota Vikings3-7Frazier gets his opportunity.
25.23.San Fransisco 49ers3-7Shut out at home for the first time since '77.
26.24.St. Louis Rams4-6Still only a game behind in the worst division in football.
27.30.Buffalo Bills2-8Overcame a 17 point halftime deficit by exploding for 35 unanswered second half points to win their second straight.
28.26.Denver Broncos3-7Lost 15 of 20 for the first time since '71-'72.
29.27.Arizona Cardinals3-7Defense as responsible for their downfall as the abysmal QB situation.
30.29.Cincinnati Bengals2-8Made Fitzpatrick/Johnson look like Montana/Rice.
31.31.Detriot Lions2-8Playing .500 ball at home with 6 games remaining at Ford Field.
32.32.Carolina Panthers1-9Not good when your starting QB was a stay at home dad a week earlier. Kudos to St. Pierre for looking better than Clausen.

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