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Power Rankings (week 13)

November 27, 2013 by Steel Haven

Rnk LW* Team Record Comments
1. 1. Seattle Seahawks 10-1 Come off the bye with the opportunity to stamp themselves a clear favorites in the NFC as the Saints come to town.
2. 3. New Orleans Saints 9-2 Their last trip to Seattle resulted in a playoff loss to the 7 win Seahawks.
3. 5. Carolina Panthers 8-3 Tied franchise record for consecutive victories at 7.
4. 6. New England Patriots 8-3 Overcame 24 point halftime deficit.
5. 2. Denver Broncos 9-2 Manning lost head-to-head to Brady for the 10th time in 14 tries.
6. 4. Kansas City Chiefs 9-2 First home loss follows immediately after first loss.
7. 10. San Francisco 49ers 7-4 Did what needed to be done to halt 2 game losing streak in dominating fashion on MNF.
8. 8. Cincinnati Bengals 7-4 Need Dalton to play like he did in October, not November.
9. 11. Arizona Cardinals 7-4 Arians is a miracle worker.
10. 7. Indianapolis Colts 7-4 Went from consistent to wildly inconsistent in the blink of an eye.
11. 13. Philadelphia Eagles 6-5 Can Foles continue to excel?
12. 17. Dallas Cowboys 6-5 Got the win they needed in Jersey, sweeping the Giants and all but eliminating them.
13. 9. Detriot Lions 6-5 Done in by Stafford throwing 4 interceptions.
14. 12. Chicago Bears 6-5 Couldn't stop Stacy/Cunningham, now face Purple Jesus.
15. 19. Pittsburgh Steelers 5-6 Roethlisberger improved to 16-1 against the Browns, has thrown for over 3000 yards for 8 straight season. Plus his fifth career punt was downed at the 1 yard line.
16. 20. Baltimore Ravens 5-6 Season for both them and the Steelers comes down to Thanksgiving night.
17. 16. Green Bay Packers 5-5-1 A tie at home against a 2 win team is like getting kicked in the teeth by your sister. Flynn will be their third different starter since Rodgers went down.
18. 21. St. Louis Rams 5-6 Austin is the first player since Sayers to have 4 TDs of 50 yards or more in consecutive games.
19. 22. San Diego Chargers 5-6 Rivers came up big halting 3 game losing streak by handing division rival Kansas City their first home loss.
20. 24. Tennessee Titans 5-6 Tiebreakers would given them the last wildcard in the muddled AFC if the season ended today.
21. 18. Miami Dolphins 5-6 Lost despite Wallace finally providing a downfield threat.
22. 14. New York Giants 4-7 Stick a fork in them. Could not afford a home division loss.
23. 25. Buffalo Bills 4-7 The rest of the season is about keeping Manuel healthy and developing.
24. 15. New York Jets 5-6 String of alternating wins and losses finally broken not in the way they would have hoped. Could the wheels finally come off with Smith's performance deteriorating?
25. 23. Cleveland Browns 4-7 Campbell is bad, Weeden beyond awful.
26. 26. Oakland Raiders 4-7 Former walk-on McGloin continues to outperform former top recruit Pryor, which goes to show how hard it is to evaluate 17/18 year olds.
27. 28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3-8 Found another weapon in Underwood with Williams sidelined due to injury.
28. 27. Washington Redskins 3-8 Last year started 3-6 and then won 7 straight to make the playoffs. This year started 3-6 and went down the crapper.
29. 29. Minnesota Vikings 2-8-1 Last tie was in '78 also against the Packers, the year before I graduated from HS.
30. 32. Jacksonville Jaguars 2-9 Bradley seems to be having a positive influence, now they need a QB.
31. 30. Atlanta Falcons 2-9 Ryan has thrown 11 interceptions on the road as opposed to only 1 at home.
32. 31. Houston Texans 2-9 Hit absolute rock bottom.

*Last week's ranking

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