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Power Rankings (week 11)

November 13, 2013 by Steel Haven


Rnk LW* Team Record Comments
1. 1. Seattle Seahawks 9-1 Niners loss helped them stretch division lead to 2 games.
2. 2. Denver Broncos 8-1 Failed to become the first team in league history to start a season with 30 or more points in the first 9 games of a season.
3. 3. Kansas City Chiefs 9-0 Bowe picked an especially bad time to get arrested for a DUI and possession of marijuana as they come off the bye to face the Broncos in 2 of the next 3 games.
4. 8. New Orleans Saints 7-2 Had a league record 40 first downs on Sunday night.
5. 9. Carolina Panthers 6-3 For real.
6. 6. New England Patriots 7-2 Trip to Carolina to face dominant front 7 will be a real test for Brady.
7. 10. Detriot Lions 6-3 Megatron became the franchise leader in career TD receptions with 63, expect many more.
8. 4. San Francisco 49ers 6-3 Done in by a complete inability to throw the ball, Davis concussion didn't help.
9. 5. Indianapolis Colts 6-3 Offense hamstrung by loss of Wayne.
10. 7. Cincinnati Bengals 6-4 Even an improbable Hail Mary couldn't save them in Baltimore.
11. 15. Arizona Cardinals 5-4 Palmer has thrown an interception in 9 straight games, the longest active streak in the league.
12. 11. Chicago Bears 5-4 Turn again to McCown after another Cutler injury.
13. 19. Philadelphia Eagles 5-5 Foles has thrown 10 TDs in the last 2 weeks, 16 on the season with no interceptions.
14. 14. New York Jets 5-4 Come off the bye looking to win 2 games in a row for the first time this season.
15. 12. Green Bay Packers 5-4 Can they keep their heads above water until Rodgers returns?
16. 23. Baltimore Ravens 4-5 Still breathing albeit barely thanks to overtime win over Bengals.
17. 13. Dallas Cowboys 5-5 Defense in shambles.
18. 16. San Diego Chargers 4-5 Travel to the East coast which is never easy, at least the destination is Miami to play the reeling Dolphins.
19. 22. New York Giants 3-6 Only a game and a half back in their division.
20. 20. Cleveland Browns 4-5 Have a chance to tie for the division lead with a victory in Cincinnati.
21. 27. St. Louis Rams 4-6 Coming out party for Austin in Indy.
22. 17. Tennessee Titans 4-5 Locker done for the year, Fitzpatrick a turnover waiting to happen.
23. 18. Miami Dolphins 4-5 Ireland and Philbin have lost control, hard to envision them keeping their jobs past this season.
24. 28. Pittsburgh Steelers 3-6 LeBeau improved to 17-2 as a defensive coordinator against rookie QBs.
25. 21. Washington Redskins 3-6 Season basically over after allowing 20 unanswered points to blow a 13 point fourth quarter lead.
26. 24. Buffalo Bills 3-7 Rushing Manuel back was not the best idea.
27. 25. Oakland Raiders 3-6 Remain winless on the road.
28. 30. Minnesota Vikings 2-7 Won for the first time this season in North America despite Ponder getting injured just when he was starting to play better.
29. 26. Atlanta Falcons 2-7 Injuries keep piling up with LT Baker the latest to be lost for the season.
30. 29. Houston Texans 2-7 Lost 7 in a row for the first time in franchise history.
31. 31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1-8 Guaranteed on Monday night that no team would go winless this season.
32. 32. Jacksonville Jaguars 1-8 Have won twice in their last 22 games, both against the Titans.

*Last week's ranking

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