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NFL Power Rankings ... and Sour Rankings Through Week 11

You've seen NFL power rankings before, but here at gatosclub we're also interested in the bottom of the barrel. As far as power rankings go, we're looking at what teams have done on the field, with a bit of an eye toward the future. We're also going to include our Sour Rankings, though, which will look at the teams that have had the worst performances and poor prospects.

So without further ado, here's a look at our NFL Power Rankings, featuring the best eight teams following Week 11. And the Sour Rankings, featuring the worst eight squads the league has to offer.

Power Rankings

1. Kansas City Chiefs -- Kansas City stays atop the rankings after another classic Patrick Mahomes game-sealing drive to beat the Chargers.

2. Philadelphia Eagles -- They're starting to look even more vulnerable after barely surviving a game against the Colts after losing to the Commanders in the previous week.

3. Buffalo Bills -- Josh Allen credited neighbors for getting him to the game in time after he and some teammates were nearly snowed in. The Bills faced some real-world challenges but stopped the losing skid with a win over the Browns in Detroit to move up a spot.

4. Miami Dolphins -- Only a bye week could cool off the hot Dolphins. But a game against the Texans can have them right there, flirting with the top tier of teams.

5. Dallas Cowboys -- Speaking of hot teams, the Cowboys move up two spots after simply dismantling the Vikings in a 40-3 throttling. Tony Pollard is a becoming a big problem for opponents.

6. Minnesota Vikings -- Minnesota drops three spots due to the hangover loss to the Cowboys after beating the Bills in one of the games of the year.

7. Baltimore Ravens -- The Ravens fall a spot as they struggled offensively in the win over the Panthers, but the result was still their fourth straight win.

8. Tennessee Titans -- It seems like they've righted the ship after a tough start, and they're reminding us of how well they played last season. Ryan Tannehill also has rookie Treylon Burks playing well now.



Sour Rankings

25. Detroit Lions -- I joked about breaking up the Lions last week, but they've now won three straight, including a surprise win over the Giants. Another win has them out of the Sour Rankings.

26. Jacksonville Jaguars -- The Jags fell to the Chiefs in a close game the last time they were on the field and were off in Week 11. They move up a spot as they prepare to host the Ravens.

27. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Pittsburgh falls one spot due to the loss to the Bengals, though they deserve credit for staying in it till the end.

28. Chicago Bears -- The Bears had another close loss, falling to the Falcons on a late field goal. They move up a spot for the moral victory.

29. Carolina Panthers -- Carolina couldn't make it two wins in a row as they fell to the Ravens by 10, and their eight losses have them dropping four spots.

30. Las Vegas Raiders -- Davante Adams came up big in overtime and that was enough to beat the Broncos and jump ahead of them in the rankings.

31. Denver Broncos -- The Broncos fall another spot after losing to the Raiders.

32. Houston Texans -- They dropped yet another game, this time to the Taylor Heinicke-led Commanders.


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