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Power Ranking 13: Upheaval in High Places

Wednesday on DNA of Sports, it’s Power Ranking! 3, 2, 1, Go!

Time passes, it’s time to take stock. Here is our ranking. This hierarchy is not only based on the number of successes, but also on the current form. If two teams are close and haven’t played each other recently, one wonders which one would win if the match was played today. Beating the strongest isn’t going to propel you to the top in a snap. Losing to one of the dunces won’t plunge you into the abyss either. You can gain and tumble, tilt and climb.

It’s the ruthless law of Power Ranking…

1. Philadelphia Eagles (11-1) +1

The league’s best record at the top of the standings. This Power Ranking finds reason.

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Week 14: trip to the Giants.

2. Dallas Cowboys (9-3) +3

The Cowboys are always very comfortable with horseshoes.

Week 14: reception of the Texans.

3. Buffalo Bills (9-3)

The Patriots have become mere adversaries to be victimized now for Buffalo.

Week 14: reception of the Jets.

4. Cincinnati Bengals (8-4) +4

We are in the process of finding the AFC champions.

Week 14: reception of the Browns.

5. Kansas City Chiefs (9-3) -4

Third loss in three games for Kansas City against the Bengals. The Chiefs have found stronger than them?

Week 14: trip to the Broncos.

6. Minnesota Vikings (10-2) +1

The Vikings made a match like their season: inconsistent but victorious.

Week 14: trip to the Lions.

7. San Francisco 49ers (8-4) -3

Brock Purdy got the job done, but it’s hard to imagine the 49ers continuing to have success with a rookie drafted No. 262.

Week 14: reception of the Buccaneers.

8. Miami Dolphins (8-4) -2

The Dolphins simply fell on better than them.

Week 14: trip to the Chargers.

9. New York Jets (7-5)

Mike White may not be the long-term answer, but he asks fewer questions than Zach Wilson.

Week 14: trip to the Bills.

10. Baltimore Ravens (8-4)

For now, the Ravens are still first in the AFC North, but for how long?

Week 14: trip to the Steelers.

11. Tennessee Titans (7-5)

The Titans have just chained two consecutive defeats and must regain confidence for the end of the season.

Week 14: reception of the Jaguars.

12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-6) +1

Tom Brady is immortal.

Week 14: trip to the 49ers.

13. Seattle Seahawks (7-5) +3

Smith-Metcalf, winning duo at the end of the match.

Week 14: reception of the Panthers.

14. Washington Commanders (7-5-1)

The Commanders and Giants parted ways after a game that was far from a draw.

Week 14: rest.

15. New York Giants (7-4-1) +2

New York has only won one game in the past six weeks. It’s time to find a second wind for this end of the season.

Week 14: reception of the Eagles.

16. Detroit Lions (5-7) +3

Detroit has just chained a fourth victory in five games. This franchise is learning to win.

Week 14: reception of the Vikings.

17. Los Angeles Chargers (6-6) -5

When taking stock of the season for the Chargers, it will once again turn to the infirmary to find some answers.

Week 14: reception of the Dolphins.

18. Cleveland Browns (5-7)

Deshaun Watson hadn’t played for 700 days and it showed.

Week 14: trip to the Bengals.

19. Vegas Raiders (5-7) +3

When everything lines up just right, this attack from the Raiders is scary. When everything lines up just right…

Week 14: trip to the Rams.

20. New England Patriots (6-6) -5

We must now ask serious questions about Mac Jones, Matt Patricia and the attack in general.

Week 14: trip to the Cardinals.

21. Green Bay Packers (5-8)

Aaron Rodgers salutes you.

Week 14: rest.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers (5-7) +2

Pittsburgh is fighting with its guns, but the Steelers aren’t letting up.

Week 14: reception of the Ravens.

23. Arizona Cardinals (4-8)

Unfortunately for him, Kyler Murray’s leadership qualities are still at the heart of the debates.

Week 14: reception of the Patriots.

24. Atlanta Falcons (5-8) -4

And if it was time to see what Desmond Ridder is worth on the ground?

Week 14: rest.

25. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-8)

In this duel of beasts, the Lions were stronger than the Jaguars.

Week 14: trip to the Titans.

26. New Orleans Saints (4-9)

Once again, the Saints made life difficult for Tom Brady, but this time they cracked at the worst time.

Week 14: rest.

27. Chicago Bears (3-10)

The rest week is going to be good for organizations in Chicago.

Week 14: rest.

28. Carolina Panthers (4-8)

The departure of Baker Mayfield proves once again that with 3 pitchers at the start of the season, the Panthers actually had no quarterbacks.

Week 14: trip to the Seahawks.

29. Los Angeles Rams (3-9)

In the offseason, Bobby Wagner moved from the Seahawks to the Rams. He may regret his decision now.

Week 14: reception of the Raiders.

30. Indianapolis Colts (4-8-1)

The Colts went 33-0 in the 4th quarter.

Week 14: rest.

31. Denver Broncos (3-9)

For the 10th time this season, the Broncos have only scored one touchdown or less.

Week 14: reception of the Chiefs.

32. Houston Texans (1-10-1)

The Texans took a beating, despite a rusty quarterback.

Week 14: trip to the Cowboys.

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