Week 13 NFL Power Rankings

Another action packed week in the NFL. New England held of Dallas at home and the 49ers proved their the best team in the NFC this week. Here are this weeks NFL power rankings
San Francisco 49ers

1. 49ers 10-1

San Francisco looked like the real deal Sunday night against the Packers. This was a big game for the 49ers to prove themselves and they did. The 49ers will be tested the next two weeks against Baltimore and New Orleans.
 
 
Baltimore Ravens

2. Ravens 8-2

There might not be an NFL that can stop the Ravens offense. They’ve dominated the month of November with wins over the Patriots, Texans, and Rams. Lamar Jackson improves his MVP case every week.
 
 
New England Patriots

3. Patriots 10-1

New England held Amari Cooper without a catch today in their win. Their pass defense has been great all year, but their offense still has major issues. However, Belichick and Brady will always give them an advantage.
 
 
New Orleans Saints

4. Saints 9-2

New Orleans escapes in the dome with a game-winning kick against Carolina. Drew Brees threw for 311 yards and three touchdowns in their win. The Saints are a great team all-around, but can Drew Brees make the big throws still?
 
 
Seattle Seahawks

5. Seahawks 9-2

Seattle goes across the country and beats Philadelphia on the road. The Seahawks defense forced five turnovers in the win. Seattle could be a 12-win wild card team the way the season has gone for them.
 
 
Green Bay Packers

6. Packers 8-3

Green Bay struggled in the Bay Area on Sunday. The Packers have struggled to score over 14 points in two of the last three weeks. They’ll be fine come January because of a guy named Aaron Rodgers.
 
 
Minnesota Vikings

7. Vikings 8-3

The Vikings get the week off, and will be ready to finish the season strong. Minnesota’s first game back will be Monday night against Seattle. They’ll be competing for the NFC North in December.
 
 
Kansas City Chiefs

8. Chiefs 7-4

Kansas City holds a one game lead over Oakland for the AFC West. They’ll have a chance to add to that next week against the Raiders. The late bye week might help them down the stretch.
 
 
Houston Texans

9. Texans 7-4

Despite all their injuries, Houston finds a way to beat the Colts on Thursday night. They now have a one game lead in the AFC South.
 
 
Los Angeles Rams

10. Rams 6-4

The Rams need to keep winning if they want to make the playoffs. Their Monday night game will be a good test to see how good this team is.
 
 
Buffalo Bills

11. Bills 8-3

Buffalo beats up the Broncos to get to their eighth win of the season. They get a chance to show if they’re real against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving.
 
 
Indianpolis Colts

12. Colts 6-5

Indianapolis couldn’t take hold of the AFC South on Thursday night. They’ll be fighting with multiple AFC teams for a playoff spot.
 
 
Dallas Cowboys

13. Cowboys 6-5

Dallas struggled on the road against a quality opponent. The Cowboys seemed to struggle with the elements, which should concern Cowboys fans.
 
 
Oakland Raiders

14. Raiders 6-5

Oakland was blown out in New York on Sunday. They could’ve been 7-4 going up against Kansas City next week, but sometimes life isn’t fair.
 
 
Pittsburgh Steelers

15. Steelers 6-5

Mason Rudolph was benched in their 16-10 win to Cincinnati. Pittsburgh turn around and play Cleveland again next week.
 
 
Tennessee Titans

16. Titans 6-5

Tennessee blew out Jacksonville at home on Sunday. Don’t look now, but they’re going to have a say in the AFC South.
 
 
Philadelphia Eagles

17. Eagles 5-6

Carson Wentz turned the ball over four turnovers in their 17-9 loss to Seattle. The Eagles haven’t found any consistency this season.
 
 
Carolina Panthers

18. Panthers 5-6

Kyle Allen threw three touchdown passes in their loss to New Orleans. They were in the game all day, but couldn’t finish off the upset.
 
 
Chicago Bears

19. Bears 5-6

Chicago opens club dub back up after their 19-14 win over the Giants. This the second game this season they had over 300 yards of offense.
 
 
Cleveland Browns

20. Browns 5-6

Cleveland dominated the Dolphins at home. Their schedule is favorable to be able to make the playoffs.
 
 
Los Angeles Chargers

21. Chargers 4-7

Philip Rivers looked past his prime in last Monday’s loss to the Chiefs. Maybe it’s time for the Chargers to look for their next quarterback.
 
 
Jacksonville Jaguars

22. Jaguars 4-7

The Jaguars have struggled for a majority of this season. Nick Foles and Gardner Minshew don’t seem to be the answer for them.
 
 
Tampa Bay Buccaneers

23. Bucs 4-7

Tampa Bay has won two out of three thanks to their win over Atlanta on Sunday. Jameis Winston threw for 300 yards in their win.
 
 
New York Jets

24. Jets 4-7

Sam Darnold looked great in their win against Oakland. Every now and then the Jets give their fans hope.
 
 
Atlanta Falcons

25. Falcons 3-8

The Falcons cooled off after incredible back-to-back wins. Matt Schaub did come in late and threw a touchdown pass.
 
 
Denver Broncos

26. Broncos 3-8

Denver was beat up pretty good in Buffalo on Sunday. They’re going to struggle to find wins when they don’t have a quarterback.
 
 
Arizona Cardinals

27. Cardinals 3-7-1

Arizona gets the week off. Kyler Murray has been fun to watch this season, but it’s clear this team needs more work.
 
 
Detroit Lions

28. Lions 3-7-1

What an ugly loss for the Lions today. Their season has gone a lot worse since Matthew Stafford went down.
 
 
New York Giants

29. Giants 2-9

Daniel Jones can’t lead a comeback in Chicago. Jones has had a fairly decent season in his rookie campaign.
 
 
Washington Redskins

30. Redskins 2-9

Dwayne Haskins led a comeback victory to beat Detroit! This has been a horrible year for the Redskins, but the rookie got the job done today.
 
 
Miami Dolphins

31. Dolphins 2-9

Miami was beat up pretty good in Cleveland. The Dolphins did bring it back within 11 late, but the Browns pulled away.
 
 
Cincinnati Bengals

32. Bengals 0-11

Cincinnati is very bad. They still have games against the Jets, Dolphins, and Browns to snap the winless streak.

  
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