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NFL Power Rankings, Week 10: Power Rankings Week 10

Week 10 is year! Double digits = lame. The weeks of football right before Thanksgiving are some of the best. After that you just know things are winding down.

As always I base these on a combo of overall record, body of play, and head-to-head match-ups.
Carson Wentz may have just destroyed the Broncos' strength.
Author's Favorite Team
Pittsburgh's smothering defense is getting better. The drama seems to be no more. Top AFC right now.
Author's Favorite Team
The Rams and Steelers are essentially the same team. Which is a good thing.
Since their 0-2 start, the Saints have given up more than 20 points once, which were catch up points for the Lions.
The common theme for the top 5 teams is a good defense.
Staying on the defense them, next week will show if they are really better or still bad against the Broncos.
Winning without their best offensive player, a rookie no less, is impressive.
They've come alive recently, easily handling the Chiefs. Now we we until how the RB screws over the team with his suspension.
One guy you should root for is Julius Peppers, who has 7.5 sacks so far this year.
25-30 is the combined record of the teams they have faced. Tell me why they are this god-like team?
Kareem Hunt hasn't scored since week 3. Right now they are the Vikings of 2016.
Big Mover: Gain of 4 spots
So they beat the 1st and 2nd place NFCW teams. Even if they can't get healthy, they can still derail another team's playoff chances...and get in themselves.
Big Mover: Gain of 5 spots
Hello AFCS champions.
Playoff Pretender
So much disappoint.
A favorable schedule the 2nd half of 2017 can help them sneak in as a WC.
Any other team at a more cliched mid-season crossroads than these guys?
Author's Favorite Team
The drop off from Tom Savage to Deshuan Watson is insane. Why BOB didn't start him from the beginning is mind boggling.
Somehow they are 4-4, and a chance to go 5-4 tomorrow. Crazy.
Second half the season will tell if they are 3-5 bad or were victims of dumb luck.
Just think, if it weren't for an NFL rule, they could be .500 and right in the WC picture.
Chicago has a lot of winnable of games left and at 3-5 are not out of the division race, albeit a long shot.
Big Mover: Gain of 3 spots
Oakland still has 12-4 talent, and with the rest of the division showing leaks could sneak in and steal the west.
Big Mover: Loss of 6 spots
Maybe if the entire offense showed the same fight as AJ Green did, they would be better. On the field of course.
Gotta give credit, they still fight.
Big Mover: Loss of 5 spots
Talk about a fall grace. Now even their strength is starting to crack.
Big Mover: Loss of 5 spots
I'll never understand why teams are so scared to throw down the field. You got nothing to lose, at least try.
Challenge: Name one Baltimore offensive player other than the QB.
I don't feel bad for teams ran by idiocy.
Looks like the Saints just fed Jameis an L. And they didn't even put their hands in his mouth.
Normally coaches get some slack in down years due to injuries and bad breaks, but being a prick to his players doesn't help one bit.
Lil Shanny might be the BOB of the NFC. What has career "never-was" ever done?

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  1. Ram65
    Rams defense is a big question mark. Trouble against the run.
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  2. Farr Be It
    Great post @Angry Ram

    I think you nailed it. Some have the Hags way too high. (above the Rams??) same with the Cheatriots. I think you have it about right. 'Saints fed Jameis an L'? hahaha. Tasty.
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  3. DaveFan'51
    Better Late than never!!(y);):D
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