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NFL Week 11 Power Rankings

Big shake-ups everywhere.

NFL: Denver Broncos at New Orleans Saints Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

1. Dallas Cowboys (Last Week: #2, +1) - Tony Romo surely isn’t coming back any time soon. Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott are gallantly leading the Cowboys to a first round Bye.

2. New England Patriots (Last Week: #1, -1) - I’m sure revenge felt nice for the Seahawks, being able to keep the Patriots out of the endzone, but it still won’t make up for the Super Bowl.

3. Oakland Raiders (Last Week: #4, +1) - The Falcons loss bump the Raiders up a spot after their Bye.

4. Seattle Seahawks (Last Week: #7, +3) - The Seahawks look like a different, more complete, team at this point in the season. Jimmy Graham might finally be clicking in the Seattle offense.

5. Kansas City Chiefs (Last Week: #5, -) - The Chiefs were barely able to beat the Panthers, winning on a last-second field goal. It’s still a win, but the Chiefs don’t move in the rankings.

6. Denver Broncos (Last Week: #6, -) - Similarly, the Broncos stay put after a win only with the help of questionable officiating to end the game in New Orleans.

7. Philadelphia Eagles (Last Week: #8, +1) - The Eagles were able to surprise the Falcons after losing a their last few games, proving the Meadowlands is still a tough place to come in and play.

8. Atlanta Falcons (Last Week: #3, -5) - The Falcons defense is what it is at this point. Games like this will happen.

9. Washington Redskins (Last Week: #10, +1) - The Redskins were able to hold on for a victory over the Minnesota Vikings and are trying to keep pace in a tight NFC East.

10. Houston Texans (Last Week: #11, +1) - The Texans were able to beat the Jaguars, but Lamar Miller still isn’t producing like Texans fans expected.

11. New York Giants (Last Week: #14, +3) - The G-Men are another NFC East team trying to keep pace with the Cowboys, and at least for another week, they were able to win as well.

12. Cincinnati Bengals (Last Week: #13, +1) - A.J. Green is incredible. We know that. If only he had an incredible QB throwing him the ball at all times.

13. Minnesota Vikings (Last Week: #9, -4) - Minnesota keeps taking hits, both in the loss column and with injuries, so their position in the Power Rankings takes hits as well.

14. Pittsburgh Steelers (Last Week: #12, -2) - Many fans were expecting this to be the week the Cowboys were made to look week. Yeah. It didn’t happen.

15. Baltimore Ravens (Last Week: #17, +2) - After a close start to the game, Baltimore was eventually able to put a beating on the inferior Browns squad.

16. New Orleans Saints (Last Week: #15, -1) - As a Saints fan, I’m sick of talking about the game :(

17. Miami Dolphins (Last Week: #22, +5) - Miami is surging back after a poor start to the year and are making a last-minute push for contention with a win over a talented Chargers squad.

18. Detroit Lions (Last Week: #18, -) - Detroit stays put on a Bye.

19. Buffalo Bills (Last Week: #16, -3) - Ditto for Buffalo.

20. New York Jets (Last Week: #19, -1) - In what was a terribly boring game, the Jets beat the Rams 9-3. The Rams are making a change at QB. It’s time the Jets consider it as well.

21. Tennesse Titans (Last Week: #28, +7) - Other than Titans fans, who saw this beatdown happening beforehand? Surely not the Packers.

22. Arizona Cardinals (Last Week: #24, +2) - David Johnson and the Cardinals were supposed to wreak havoc on the 49ers defense. Johnson still had a good day, but this was far too close a game for the Cardinals.

23. Los Angeles Rams (Last Week: #26, +3) - It’s not the Jared Goff show. Let’s see what happens.

24. Green Bay Packers (Last Week: #20, -4) - Ouch. This just isn’t the year for Green Bay.

25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Last Week: #27, +2) - Tampa Bay was able to avenge their stomping at the hands of the Falcons last week and put up their own against the Bears.

26. San Diego Chargers (Last Week: #21, -5) - The Chargers remind me a lot of the Cardinals. Some weeks they look great. Some weeks they look mediocre. Some weeks they look less than that. This was a mediocre week.

27. Carolina Panthers (Last Week: #23, +4) - Carolina lost, but they still go up a bit for staying close with the very good Kansas City Chiefs in a game that could have easily come down another way.

28. Indianapolis Colts (Last Week: #25, -4) - The Colts drop in their Bye because of wins ahead of them.

29. Jacksonville Jaguars (Last Week: #30, +1) - Blake Bortles is just not taking the steps forward many Jaguars fans were hoping to see. Their season isn’t over just yet, but it’s not looking good.

30. Chicago Bears (Last Week: #29, -1) - After the Bears win two weeks ago with the return of Jay Cutler, there were some who thought the Bears were finally going to climb out of the NFL’s basement. Nope.

31. San Francisco 49ers (Last Week: #31, -) - At least this game was competitive.

32. Cleveland Browns (Last Week: #32, -) - Speaking of competitive games, the Browns had a run of games where they were in it until the end. Not this time.