Power Rankings – Week 12
RK (Record)TeamLast WeekSummary
1 (10-0) New Orleans Saints1If there is cause for concern, its that Brees has uncharacteristically turned the ball over this season, but hes hitting the end of his career so does it really matter much. Saints still run like a well oiled machine and are top dawgs until proven otherwise.
2 (10-0) Kansas City Chiefs3Chiefs continue to prove their eliteness with a clutch closeout performance against Baltimore. Mahomes still leads MVP race.
3 (9-1-1) Seattle Seahawks4The Seahawks aren’t playing the prettiest football and need to kick it into gear if they want to close out their division.
4 (7-2-1) Chicago Bears7Facing suspension, the Bears are going to have to find ways to replicate their defensive juggernaut with the correct positional players.
5 (8-2) Baltimore Ravens5The Ravens sole losses are to playoff caliber teams. This is a young offense that gets better every week and they are expected to return to the AFC Championship with how they have performed.
6 (8-2) Los Angeles Chargers9Regan is starting to shine and may steal the AFC OROTY award. Its taken time for the Chargers to adjust to being pass first but they have managed to win games while also rebuilding and that is very underrated.
7 (8-3) New York Giants8Phillips makes a peak onto the MVP standings as he makes his case for Tops best Dual threat QB.
8 (8-3) Los Angeles Rams6Phillips makes a peak onto the MVP standings as he makes his case for Tops best Dual threat QB.
9 (6-4) Pittsburgh Steelers16The safe and conservative ballgame earns Pittsburgh a win and a top 10 spot on the PR.
10 (6-4) Green Bay Packers13Turnovers continue to plague the Packers yet they somehow sit in the WC race. Leaning on Kareem Hunt is most important moving forward.
11 (6-4) Tennessee Titans11The Titans aren’t playing their best ball, but have proven that last season wasn’ta fluke performance. They face a relatively easy schedule moving forward and could win out to secure the division.
12 (8-3) Houston Texans2The Texans efficiency has dropped off the face of the Earth. They are losing the turnover battle and their key injuries are really exposing some holes on both sides of the football.
13 (6-4) Philadelphia Eagles10The Texans efficiency has dropped off the face of the Earth. They are losing the turnover battle and their key injuries are really exposing some holes on both sides of the football.
14 (5-5) Arizona Cardinals17For a team that’s fighting to get in the bubble, injuries do not help the momentum. The Cards might be seeing another early season end.
15 (5-5) Cincinnati Bengals14The Bengals string back to back wins together but still sit 3rd in the AFCN. They may be able to build a run late in the season and they have begun to create that momentum.
16 (5-5) Atlanta Falcons19The Falcons rebuild is starting to make sense and the league will come to fear XF Tarik Cohen.
17 (5-4-1) Oakland Raiders15The Raiders face the Chiefs in a game that I wouldn’t be surprised if they win, upset alert here in the AFC W.
18 (6-5) Cleveland Browns26The Browns are performing better and it comes from Odell Beckham and a stout defense against the pass.
19 (4-6) Washington Redskins22The new user is still getting his feet wet and it would be too soon to see him rise or fall much on the PR.
20 (4-5-1) New York Jets20The Jets wanted to enter season 2 with a more dynamic offense but it just hasn’t happen. The need to lean on their committee to win this division.
21 (3-7) Miami Dolphins12Miami is somehow still in contention for this division. Stop the Run, Stop the Dolphins.
22 (4-6) New England Patriots25winless in their last 3 games, the Patriots schedule is full of tough matchups moving forward. Playoffs likely not an option.
23 (3-7) Carolina Panthers21CMC is the only thing making this team watcheable.
24 (4-7) Detroit Lions28Battling injuries at the RB position, the Lions need Stafford to step up in a big matchup this week.
25 (3-7) Indianapolis Colts24The Colts have struggled amidst the ownership change, but developmental talent on this team could put them on track in a season or two.
26 (2-7-1) Minnesota Vikings18The Vikings have taken the biggest plung this season. Is it time that Kirk gets a chance to earn his paycheck? Has the Tyree Jackson fire fizzled out?
27 (2-8) Tampa Bay Buccaneers27The Bucs are sorely missing Jameis Winston at this point, next time pay the man.
28 (1-9) San Francisco 49ers32Dan come back plz.
29 (2-8) Denver Broncos23The Broncos can’t buy a completion if they really needed one. At what point do you just hand it to Phillip 40 times a game.
30 (1-9) Jacksonville Jaguars29McClendon has his XF trait as Lance continues to show why he is a top 5 team builder in Top.
31 (1-9) Dallas Cowboys31Similar to Carolina, the running back position is the only thing filling the seats. The Cowboys are bad and they either have to pay Dak long term or go QB in the draft. Will a rookie deal allow them to reload and make a run?
32 (1-9) Buffalo Bills30Similar to Carolina, the running back position is the only thing filling the seats. The Cowboys are bad and they either have to pay Dak long term or go QB in the draft. Will a rookie deal allow them to reload and make a run?

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