This week’s helmets are the “Skyline” concept helmets; each bearing the design of their home city’s skyline. Click your team’s helmet to see other alternative designs!
You’ll notice beneath each team is a row of stars… don’t agree with our rankings? Take a moment to grade our choices, and comment below; the whole point of Power Rankings is DEBATE!
And now… let’s take a look at the post Week 10 NFL… Your OFFICIAL NFL Power Rankings for Week 11!
Beat Cincinnati 36-10
Brady. Brees. Wilson. Rodgers. It’s all you hear about, and I’ve heard every one of them mentioned in the MVP conversation. But here’s Big Ben with 22 TDs, 4 picks, and oh… his Steelers are undefeated. And not a peep.
2. Kansas City (8-1)
3. Buccaneers (7-3)
Beat Carolina 46-23
Every time you start to doubt the great one, he comes back and does this. Brees going down gives the Bucs a chance to overcome that season sweep, but they’ll have to earn it with the Rams and Chiefs back to back up next.
4. Packers (7-2)
Beat Jacksonville 24-20
If the Packers cant get past the Colts this week, the dicision will be all but sewed up, and they might just have the clearest path to the top seed with Brees out. Now… if only they had a Defense…
5. Saints (7-2)
Beat San Francisco 27-13
Just as the Saints were laying down the law in the NFC… down goes Drew Brees. The fate… and playoff positioning… of this team now rests on Jameis Winston. Let the INT’s begin.
6. Cardinals (7-3)
Beat Buffalo 32-30
So… Houston actually let that guy go? Easily the play of the year so far, and the NFC West is suddenly the shootout at the OK Corral. The Cards can be the Seahawks Huckleberry and take the reins on Thursday against a reeling D.
7. Bills (7-3)
Lost to Arizona 32-30
For every epic highlight there has to be a loser on the other side, and the Bills caught the ass end of the miracle this time around. Again. Just a week after shouting “We’re here” against Seattle. It will be curious to see how they bounce back from this one, and they’ve got two weeks to think about it.
8. Ravens (6-3)
Lost to New England 23-17
The Ravens took a comfortable step back falling on their face to the Pats. Yeah, weather But this is a team who’s identity is smashmouth. They’re supposed to be built for games like that.
9. Dolphins (6-3)
Beat L.A.Chargers 29-21
They just keep winning. 5 in a row, and a look at the schedule says that streak will more than likely hit 8 before they go up against the Chiefs in a few weeks. 10 wins looks like a gimme at this point… hello, post season.
10. Seahawks (6-3)
Lost to L.A. Rams 23-16
When Wilson isn’t outstanding, the Seahawks lose. That simple. If they can manage to hold off Arizona this week, the home stretch isn’t bad…. most of the NFC East is on the slate. If they lose, they may find themselves fighting for a playoff spot.
11. Rams (6-3)
Beat Seattle 23-16
The Rams are tied for first place, but don’t get too excited. The last stretch of schedule has them running through the division gauntlet in full with Tampa thrown in for good measure. They may have sent the Seahawks fully into their spin, but they will still probably end up looking up at the Cardinals.
12. Raiders (6-3)
Beat Denver 37-12
The Raiders aren’t going to catch the Chiefs, but the schedule very much favors a road to the post season. And this is a team no one is going to want to see then, even if no one is talking about them yet.
13. Colts (6-3)
Beat Tennessee 34-17
The Colts got their first win of the year a team that doesn’t suck, but they’re still not going anywhere. They’ll need to get the running game rolling if they want to hang with the Packers.