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Power Ranking 18: the head for the 49ers, for whom the title?

Wednesday on DNA of Sports, it’s Powerser 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. San Francisco 49ers (13-4)

With a 10/10, the 49ers end the regular season on a high note. They are now attacking the final exam.

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Wild Cards Weekend: Seahawks reception.

2. Buffalo Bills (13-3)

Return to competition for the Bills. And speaking of returning, Nyheim Hines put on a show.

Wild Cards Weekend: reception of the Dolphins.

3. Cincinnati Bengals (12-4)

Cincinnati has the cards in hand to beat and beat the Ravens.

Wild Cards Weekend: Ravens reception.

4. Kansas City Chiefs (14-3)

Kansas City remains the element to be beaten in the AFC.

Wild Cards Weekend: rest.

5.Philadelphia Eagles (14-3) +1

A well-deserved week of rest for Jalen Hurts and his partners.

Wild Cards Weekend: rest.

6. Dallas Cowboys (12-5) -1

Dak Prescott loses too much ball.

Wild Cards Weekend: trip to the Buccaneers.

7. Los Angeles Chargers (10-7)

Justin Herbert will discover the playoffs.

Wild Cards Weekend: trip to the Jaguars.

8. Jacksonville Jaguars (9-8) +1

For the first time since 2017, the Jaguars are back in the playoffs.

Wild Cards Weekend: reception of the Chargers.

9. Minnesota Vikings (13-4) -1

Given their season, the Vikings have as much chance of going to the Super Bowl as of being eliminated at home in the first round.

Wild Cards Weekend: reception of the Giants.

10. Detroit Lions (9-8)

Detroit players fought like Lions until the end.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

11. New York Giants (9-7-1) +1

The Giants arrive in the playoffs as outsiders. The big rib for the big apple?

Wild Cards Weekend: trip to the Vikings.

12. Seattle Seahawks (9-8) +5

At the end of last season, the Seahawks had to choose between their coach and their quarterback. A few months later, Russell Wilson will watch Pete Carroll on TV.

Wild Cards Weekend: trip to the 49ers.

13. Pittsburgh Steelers (9-8) +2

The negative season has still not arrived for Mike Tomlin.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

14. Baltimore Ravens (10-7) -1

Without Lamar the task seems impossible.

Wild Cards Weekend: trip to the Bengals.

15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-9) -1

And if the Bucs went into playoff mode.

Wild Cards Weekend: Cowboys reception.

16. Green Bay Packers (8-9) -5

Aaron Rodgers said goodbye, the end is near.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

17. Miami Dolphins (9-8) +1

Tue Tagovailoa will not be there, Miami will have few solutions.

Wild Cards Weekend: trip to the Bills.

18. New England Patriots (8-9) -2

The Patriots have made too many mistakes this season to earn the playoffs.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

19. Washington Commanders (8-8-1) +3

The Commanders managed the feat of finishing the season in balance.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

20. Carolina Panthers (7-10) +3

Steve Wilks could be the answer.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

21. New Orleans Saints (7-10) -1

Denis Allen should be back on the bench for the Saints.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

22. New York Jets (7-10) -3

The offense must bloom again, but for that, the Jets must find a quarterback with the green thumb.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

23. Tennessee Titans (7-10) +2

Last Saturday, the Titans may have had their best game in quite a while. Unfortunately, it was too little, too late…

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

24. Cleveland Browns (7-10) -3

Joe Woods will act as a fuse.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

25. Vegas Raiders (6-11) -1

We understand that the priority now for the Raiders is to find a way out for Derek Carr.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

26. Atlanta Falcons (7-10)

For the third time in his career, defensive coordinator Dean Pees has just announced his retirement. This time it’s the right one?

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

27. Denver Broncos (5-12) +1

The Broncos can at least get a head start on finding a coach.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

28. Los Angeles Rams (5-12) -1

Sean McVay is unclear about his future

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

29. Houston Texans (3-13-1)

With this latest win, Lovie Smith is gone. Neither was the first pick in the draft.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

30. Arizona Cardinals (4-13) +1

In the heart of winter, the great spring cleaning has just begun.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

31. Chicago Bears (3-14) -1

It’s bad for the Bears who finish with a 3-14 record.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

32. Indianapolis Colts (4-12-1)

Saturday did not bear the brunt of “Black Monday”. Not sure, however, that it will be preserved.

Wild Cards Weekend: holidays.

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