NFL Power Rankings Week 13: Last week I published my Week 12 NFL Power Rankings. We have examined the every team in the league and now our week 13 NFL power rankings have been published. Let’s get going with the NFL Power Rankings for Week 13. New Orleans Saints remain on top for week 13 NFL power rankings. Here are some my NFL Power Rankings for Week 13.
Here are some NFL Power Rankings for Week 13 (Last week’s ranking is in brackets):
1 (2) New Orleans Saints (10-0) After seeing the Saints dismantle the Pats, it’s hard not to be excited about the Saints. Not as excited as Jon Gruden, but nobody gets as excited as Jon Gruden.
2 (1) Indianapolis Colts (11-0) Can the team go 16-0? Somewhere Mercury Morris is crapping his pants.
3 (3) Minnesota Vikings (10-1) Brett Favre threw for a season-high 392 yards against the Bears. How long can he keep this up?
4 (5) San Diego Chargers (8-3) The Chargers are rolling and they show no signs of stopping in December. The Bolts haven’t lost a December game since 2005.
5 (6) Cincinnati Bengals (8-3) Larry Johnson’s punishment for being a D-bag on Twitter? Getting playing with a solid playoff team. Yeah, life’s fair.
6 (7) Dallas Cowboys (8-3) The Cowboys defense has really stepped up. Sine Week 2, they’ve only given up 128 points.
7 (4) New England Patriots (7-4) OK, now we know why Bill Belichick went for it on 4th and 2 against the Colts. The Pats can’t defend against the pass.
8 (9) Philadelphia Eagles (7-4) Michael Vick to return to Atlanta this Sunday. Does anyone care?
9 (13) Green Bay Packers (7-4) The Pack are back in the Wild Card race. But they’re about to enter a tough stretch, including three of their last four games on the road.
10 (12) Denver Broncos (7-4) All they’re trying to do is win a m—–f—— game.
11 (8) Arizona Cardinals (7-4) Kurt Warner can’t see straight. Neither can Matt Leinart and he isn’t injured.
12 (10) Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5) Uh, Hines Ward’s comment are going to help anything.
13 (11) New York Giants (6-5) The struggling Giants defense has now lost Antonio Pierce.
14 (17) Baltimore Ravens (6-5) Ray Rice is nice.
15 (16) Atlanta Falcons (6-5) No Matt Ryan next week. Not good.
16 (14) Jacksonville Jaguars (6-5) The Jags can’t seem to win on the West Coast.
17 (19) Tennessee Titans (5-6) What are the odds that Chris Johnson will replace Adrian Peterson as the consensus #1 fantasy pick next season?
18 (15) Houston Texans (5-6) How much longer can Gary Kubiak last if they Texans keep losing like this.
19 (21) San Francisco 49ers (5-6) Alex Smith is coming along.
20 (18) Miami Dolphins (5-6) Remember when the AFC East was a tough division?
21 (20) New York Jets (5-6) I repeat, remember when the AFC East was a tough division?
22 (24) Buffalo Bills (4-7) Terrell Owens finally has reason to celebrate.
23 (22) Chicago Bears (4-7) Brian Urlacher has questioned the Jay Cutler signing. Cutler’s reaction? Slapping a microphone.
24 (23) Carolina Panthers (4-7) Jake Delhomme is injured, taking away the pressure on John Fox to bench him.
25 (28) Seattle Seahawks (4-7) Justin Forsett looks like he might be around a while.
26 (27) Washington Redskins (3-8) The Skins are playing pretty well, considering just about every member of their team is hurt.
27 (25) Kansas City Chiefs (3-8) So much for the Chiefs gaining momentum.
28 (26) Oakland Raiders (3-8) I know that the NFL has to schedule the Lions on Thanksgiving, but what subject us to the Raiders?
29 (29) Detroit Lions (2-9) What would Thanksgiving be without a humiliating Lions loss?
30 (30) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-10) Their loss to the Falcons marks the third time this year the Bucs lost on a last-minute drive.