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NFL Week 14 Power Rankings

2017-12-06 10:50:01

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After Sunday’s loss to the Seahawks, the Eagles slip to No. 2 as the Patriots take over the top spot.

Because of their home win over the Eagles to snap Philadelphia’s nine-game win streak, the Seahawks moved up from 9 to 7. The Seahawks next play the Jaguars, who are tied with the Titans atop the AFC South. Those two, at 8-4, round out the top 10.

Omnisport’s Week 14 NFL power rankings

1. New England Patriots (10-2): The Patriots cruised past the Bills to continue their collision course with the Steelers on Dec. 17. A showdown with the Dolphins is first.  

2. Philadelphia Eagles (10-2): If you’re going to have a long winning streak snapped, it’s best to happen before the playoffs. The Eagles will try to begin a new win streak Sunday in Los Angeles against the Rams.   

3. Minnesota Vikings (10-2): Case Keenum was again near-perfect as the Vikings won their eighth straight. They’ll go for No. 9 Sunday in Charlotte against the Panthers.

4. Pittsburgh Steelers (10-2): The Steelers moved one step closer to clinching the AFC North with Monday’s brutal win over the Bengals.  

5. Los Angeles Rams (9-3): The Rams officially have their first winning season since 2003.   

6. New Orleans Saints (9-3): Thursday’s game against the Falcons is the first of two between the playoff contenders over the final four weeks.

7. Seattle Seahawks (8-4): The Seahawks not only stopped Philadelphia’s win streak, but also kept pace with the Rams in the NFC West.

8. Carolina Panthers (8-4): Carolina has a tough two-game home stretch against the NFC North with the Vikings and the Packers, who could have Aaron Rodgers back in Week 15.

9. Jacksonville Jaguars (8-4): Jacksonville’s defense continues to reign supreme, but Blake Bortles still has to be more consistent.        

10. Tennessee Titans (8-4): The Titans will seek their third straight win and seventh in eight games Sunday at Arizona.

11. Baltimore Ravens (7-5): Sunday’s game against the Steelers is Baltimore’s last chance to stay alive for the AFC North title.

12. Atlanta Falcons (7-5): Matt Ryan has 16 touchdowns and zero interceptions in Thursday games.

13. Los Angeles Chargers (6-6): Despite starting the season 0-4, the Chargers are now the team to beat in the AFC West.  

14. Detroit Lions (6-6): Matthew Stafford has an injured throwing hand and the Lions are falling out of the NFC playoff picture.  

15. Buffalo Bills (6-6): After getting blown out at home by the Patriots, the Bills hope to beat the Colts and Dolphins before traveling to New England.         

16. Green Bay Packers (6-6): Green Bay avoided a fourth straight home loss, and if the Packers can beat the winless Browns on Sunday might get Rodgers back for a late-season playoff push.

17. Dallas Cowboys (6-6): Pro Bowl linebacker Sean Lee is expected to return this week, and then the Cowboys will get running back Ezekiel Elliott back for the final two regular-season games.           

18. Oakland Raiders (6-6): It’s a three-team race in the AFC West and the Raiders are right in the mix.   

19. New York Jets (5-7): The Jets took care of the struggling Chiefs and now get the dysfunctional Broncos at home.   

20. Kansas City Chiefs (6-6): The Chiefs are playing like the Chefs and the kitchen is out of food.   

21. Washington Redskins (5-7): It’s been a season of missed opportunities for the Redskins.  

22. Arizona Cardinals (5-7): Larry Fitzgerald keeps climbing the NFL’s all-time receiving lists, even though the playoffs are essentially out of reach.

23. Cincinnati Bengals (5-7): The Bengals aren’t yet out of the AFC playoff picture, but their playoff hopes are on life support.

24. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-8): A season of high expectations instead has turned into one of utter disappointment.  

25. Houston Texans (4-8): Houston fans are just waiting until 2018 so they can see Deshaun Watson do his thing again.  

26. Miami Dolphins (5-7): The Dolphins offense woke up against the Broncos with its best game of the year. But the division-leading Patriots are up next.  

27. San Francisco 49ers (2-10): The 49ers beat the Bears at Soldier Field in Jimmy Garoppolo’s first start, so there is hope for the future.

28. Chicago Bears (3-9): Rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky has played like a rookie and that’s not a good thing.        

29. Indianapolis Colts (3-9): If and when Andrew Luck plays quarterback again for the Colts, he will have a new head coach on the sideline.   

30. Denver Broncos (3-9): Nobody really knows who the Broncos quarterback will be next season.

31. New York Giants (2-10): Ben McAdoo was the first coach fired this season.     

32. Cleveland Browns (0-12): The Browns are on apace to set a record for most losses over a two-year period.

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