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NFL Team Power Rankings After Week 12 – SportsUntapped.com
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Added November 30th, 2010 by Steve

NFL Team Power Rankings After Week 12
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1. Atlanta Falcons (9-2) – Atlanta stays at the top with a big win over Green Bay. Looked to stay at the top of the NFC South; hanging on over New Orleans.

2. New York Jets (9-2) – Beat the Bengals on Thanksgiving to stay atop the AFC East. Now play a huge game on Monday night against the Patriots.

3. New England Patriots (9-2) – Started slow, but downed Detroit on Thanksgiving. Look to have gotten the offense going, despite no stars outside of Brady.

4. New Orleans Saints (8-3) – Another Thanksgiving Day winner. The Saints stayed one game behind Atlanta with the win.

5. Baltimore Ravens (8-3) – Picked up a win over Tampa Bay to stay atop the AFC North. Looked to have the vaunted Ravens defense over Tampa Bay.

6. Chicago Bears (8-3) – Took a one game lead over the Packers in the division with a huge home win over Philadelphia.

7. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-3) – The Steelers struggled, but came away with a win over the Bills. Pittsburgh and Baltimore will now get together in a huge game.

8. Philadelphia Eagles (7-4) – Superman Michael Vick was slowed down a bit in Chicago. Vick and the offense did their job, but the Eagles defense couldn’t slow down the Bears.

9. Green Bay Packers (7-4) – Took a close loss in Atlanta. The loss dropped them one game behind the Bears in the NFC North.

10. New York Giants (7-4) – The Giants started slow, but were able to down the Jaguars on Sunday.

11. San Diego Chargers (6-5) – The team that has been unstoppable in November and December the past several years stayed hot. Rare that teams make the Indianapolis Colts look silly.

12. Kansas City Chiefs (7-4) – Kansas City continued their impressive season, winning game #7 over Seattle. Todd Haley’s bunch remains atop the AFC West.

13. Indianapolis Colts (6-5) – Looked about as bad as a Colts team has in years. Injuries appear to be taking a toll on this team.

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-4) – Baltimore showed Tampa Bay they just aren’t quite ready to be at the top of the league. Just a late touchdown was all the Bucs could garner on the road.

15. Miami Dolphins (6-5) – The Dolphins picked up a huge win over Oakland on Sunday. The win for the Dolphins kept them alive for a wildcard spot in the AFC.

16. Jacksonville Jaguars (6-5) – Jacksonville was unable to put two halves together. Impressive first half and just as unimpressive in the second half, losing to the Giants.

17. Houston Texans (5-6) – The Texans were able to down Tennessee to snap their losing streak. Arian Foster picked up over 200 yards, and continued his impressive season.

18. Washington Redskins (5-6) – Took a tough close loss in Lezlie Frazier’s first game as head coach of the Vikings. Look to be in a tough spot for postseason fate.

19. Oakland Raiders (5-6) – Fell two games back of Kansas City with their loss to the Dolphins on Sunday.

20. St. Louis Rams (5-6) – The Rams, under rookie quarterback Sam Bradford, continued to impress with their win at Denver. The Rams now lead the NFC West.

21. San Francisco 49ers (4-7) – Looked good on Monday Night, downing the Cardinals. After their slow start, have won 4 of their last 6 games.

22. Tennessee Titans (5-6) – Tennessee is now 0-3 since picking up Randy Moss. Rusty Smith just did not look like a NFL quarterback in the loss. Could Jeff Fisher’s days be numbered in Nashville?

23. Seattle Seahawks (5-6) – Pete Carroll and the Seahawks lost to Kansas City. Can’t seem to put a good offensive and good defensive game together.

24. Cleveland Browns (4-7) – Played a terrible second half, but was able to hold of the hapless Carolina Panthers. Running back Peyton Hillis has come up as an absolute stud this year.

25. Minnesota Vikings (4-7) – Picked up a win in Lezlie Frazier’s first game as head coach. The key for Minnesota was seeing quarterback Brett Favre not turn the ball over. Will hope for a great report from trainers on stud running back Adrian Peterson.

26. Dallas Cowboys (3-8) – The Cowboys had their two game winning streak snapped on Thanksgiving Day. Dallas played New Orleans tough, but didn’t have enough.

27. Denver Broncos (3-8) – Josh McDaniels continues to see his seat get hotter. Despite a frantic comeback, Denver was unable to down the St. Louis Rams.

28. Buffalo Bills (2-9) – The Bills played another solid game, but were downed by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Five straight games where Buffalo has competed real well.

29. Cincinnati Bengals (2-9) – The Bengals have now lost nine straight games. Thursday’s disaster was not even close, against the Jets.

30. Detroit Lions (2-9) – Another year, another Thanksgiving loss for the Lions. Despite a great first half, the Lions got dismantled.

31. Arizona Cardinals (3-8) – Arizona looked absolutely horrid on Monday night. The Cardinals lost again, this time to divisional foe San Francisco. In the loss, the Cardinals just scored two field goals.

32. Carolina Panthers (1-10) – John Fox had his team playing well against former quarterback Jake Delhomme. Despite that, Carolina was unable to complete the comeback against Peyton Hillis and the Browns.

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