2014 NFL Power Rankings

2014 Week 13

Rank
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Team
1
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New England Patriots (9-2)
Beat you running, beat you throwing, they will beat you.
2
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Green Bay Packers (8-3)
Vikes shouldn’t have been that hard, looking ahead to Pats?
3
1
Denver Broncos (8-3)
Need to get back to playing on the lead.
4
1
San Francisco 49ers (7-4)
We’ll know more Thursday after they finally get Seattle.
5
2
Dallas Cowboys (8-3)
Continue to impress but need to find a little more defense.
6
2
Philadelphia Eagles (8-3)
Offensive rhythm back but up and down needs to stop.
7
4
Arizona Cardinals (9-2)
They were due for a clunker but Drew Stanton has to play better.
8
1
Indianapolis Colts (7-4)
They know exactly who they are but need a signature win.
9
3
Kansas City Chiefs (7-4)
Napping in Oakland or too short on offense?
10
1
San Diego Chargers (7-4)
Seem to be drifting, need another hot streak.
11
1
Seattle Seahawks (7-4)
Answered a big question with Cardinals win.
12
2
Cincinnati Bengals (7-3-1)
The “little” ones are easy but can they win a big game?
13
2
Baltimore Ravens (7-4)
Does Justin Forsett make the Ravens, or did the Ravens make Forsett?
14
2
Pittsburgh Steelers (7-4)
Mike Tomlin awake at night praying Le’Veon Bell stays healthy?
15
5
Detroit Lions (8-4)
Cards and Pats have beaten a lot of teams, Lions still 7–4.
16
3
Miami Dolphins (6-5)
A legitimate contender if only they could finish.
17
1
Buffalo Bills (6-5)
Last Monday we were all Bills fans and they didn’t disappoint.
18
1
Cleveland Browns (7-4)
You think Josh Gordon makes a difference?
19
2
Houston Texans (5-6)
Mallett done for the year, Texans probably are too.
20
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St. Louis Rams (4-7)
Can play with anyone, just can’t beat most of them.
21
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Chicago Bears (5-7)
Beat Bucs in spite of worst offensive performance in years.
22
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Atlanta Falcons (4-7)
What can you say about a 4–7 first place team?
23
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New Orleans Saints (4-7)
Losing all the close ones they used to win.
24
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New York Giants (3-8)
Hard to imagine Tom Coughlin back next year?
25
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Carolina Panthers (3-7-1)
3–7– 1 and a half game out of first place, go figure.
26
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Minnesota Vikings (4-7)
Some nice building blocks but clearly a year away.
27
1
Washington (3-8)
Very disappointing team but they gave 49ers all they could handle.
28
2
Tennessee Titans (2-9)
Long way to go but now we’re beginning to see the plan.
29
3
Oakland Raiders (1-10)
Finally off the schneid and Chiefs no chumps.
30
1
New York Jets (2-9)
Should be embarrassed for not showing up vs. Bills.
31
4
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-9)
Hard to explain how bad they were in Chicago.
32
1
Jacksonville Jaguars (1-10)
Least competitive team in the league right now.

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