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 15. And the Sour Rankings, featuring the worst eight squads the league has to offer.
1. Philadelphia Eagles -- The Eagles had some trouble with the Bears, but they still won and could clinch the best record in the NFC with a win over the Cowboys. Jalen Hurts is dealing with a shoulder injury now, though. We'll see how bad it is.
2. Kansas City Chiefs -- The Chiefs improved to 11-3 with an overtime win against a Texans team that is making it tough on teams. At this point in the season a blowout win is just as good as a squeaker.
3. Buffalo Bills -- They got revenge on the Dolphins with a 32-29 victory for their fifth win in a row. Josh Allen threw four touchdown passes and led the team with 77 yards as the Bills utilized home-field advantage to take the cold weather triumph on a field goal as time expired.
4. Cincinnati Bengals -- Outscoring the Buccaneers 31-6 in the second half helped the Bengals secure their sixth win in a row. They trailed 17-3 at halftime before taking over the game and Joe Burrow is looking as cool as ever.
5. San Francisco 49ers -- The 49ers clinched the NFC West with a 21-13 win over the Seahawks as Brock Purdy threw two TD passes while Christian McCaffrey topped 100 rushing yards and George Kittle scored twice with 93 receiving yards. They've won seven straight.
6. Dallas Cowboys -- The Cowboys finally let a close one slip away after leading by double-digits in the second half. The Jaguars deserve respect, but the Cowboys really should have sealed their 11th win. They fall two spots as a result.
7. Minnesota Vikings -- Last week I said they should bounce back against the Colts. Boy, did they ever, to the tune of the biggest comeback in NFL history. With their plus-2 score differential, they really might be the worst 11-3 team in history, but wins are wins.
8. Los Angeles Chargers -- They knock the Dolphins, losers of three straight, out of this spot after winning their second straight to improve to 8-6. The Ravens are 9-5 but lost to the Browns. The Chargers finish the season against the Colts, Rams and Broncos, all very winnable.
25. New Orleans Saints -- The Saints took the win over the Falcons after a bye. 26. Atlanta Falcons -- The Falcons couldn't overcome a 14-0 head start by the Saints who are also 5-9. Atlanta has lost three straight to enter the Sour Rankings.
27. Indianapolis Colts -- Indy now owns the biggest blown lead in NFL history after falling to the Vikings despite a 33-0 lead. They move up a spot with the Cardinals falling fast.
28. Los Angeles Rams -- The Rams couldn't make the magic last from Week 14, they fell to the 6-8 Packers on Monday night but still moved up since the Cardinals are sinking.
29. Denver Broncos -- The win over the Cardinals moved the Broncos to 4-10 as Latavius Murray rushed for 130 yards and scored. They move up two spots as a result.
30. Arizona Cardinals -- The Cardinals are probably close to ending the Kliff Kingsbury era. They fell for the fourth straight game, this time to the Broncos even with Denver playing with its backup QB. They drop five spots as they circle the drain.
31. Chicago Bears -- They played Philly closer than I thought they would, but the Bears still lost in the end. Their seventh straight loss has them falling a spot in our rankings.
32. Houston Texans -- The 1-12-1 Texans pushed the Chiefs to the brink, but they couldn't seal the deal.