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NFL Power Rankings Week 13
1 (2): Atlanta Falcons (10-1): That’s eight games decided by a touchdown or less.
2 (1): Houston Texans (10-1): The Texans have allowed 68 points in their last two games.
3 (6): San Francisco 49ers (8-2-1): The job belongs to Kaepernick.
4 (4): Denver Broncos (8-3): This team might win out.
5 (5): New England Patriots (8-3): Bill Belichick has owned Rex Ryan lately.
6 (7): Baltimore Ravens (9-2): No excuses not to win this weekend.
7 (10): New York Giants (7-4): The Giants have awoken.
8 (8): Chicago Bears (8-3): Too many injuries to celebrate that win too much.
9 (3): Green Bay Packers (7-4): Embarrassing.
10 (9): Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5): Eight turnovers? Really?
11 (15): Indianapolis Colts (7-4): Indy has won five of six.
12 (17): Cincinnati Bengals (6-5): Andy Dalton has been money lately.
13 (13): Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-5): This might be the most surprising team of the season.
14 (11): Seattle Seahawks (6-5): 5-0 at home, 1-5 on the road.
15 (12): Minnesota Vikings (6-5): 5-1 at home, 1-4 on the road.
16 (14): New Orleans Saints (5-6): Tonight is must-win.
17 (16): Dallas Cowboys (5-6): This is the NFC version of the Chargers.
18 (18): Miami Dolphins (5-6): Back to the winning ways.
19 (20): Washington Redskins (5-6): RG3 was explosive.
20 (19): Detroit Lions (4-7): Matthew Stafford dropped back 75 percent of the time on Thanksgiving.
21 (24): St. Louis Rams (4-6-1): The Rams have been more competitive.
22 (21): Tennessee Titans (4-7): The Titans have lost three of four.
23 (22): San Diego Chargers (4-7): Fourth-and-29.
24 (29): Carolina Panthers (3-8): Cam Newton had by far his best game of the year.
25 (23): New York Jets (4-7): Rex Ryan is probably gone.
26 (25): Buffalo Bills (4-7): The Bills have lost four of five.
27 (30): Cleveland Browns (3-8): The Browns are 3-3 at home.
28 (26): Philadelphia Eagles (3-8): Seven straight losses.
29 (31): Jacksonville Jaguars (2-9): Jacksonville snapped a seven-game losing streak.
30 (28): Oakland Raiders (3-8): Oakland has allowed an average of 42.3 points in its last four games, all losses.
31 (27): Arizona Cardinals (4-7): Seven straight losses.
32 (32): Kansas City Chiefs (1-10): The Chiefs haven’t scored a touchdown in back-to-back games.