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NFL Power Rankings Week 12

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, we’re gonna rate ‘em.

Check out our latest NFL Power Rankings with 12 weeks of action done and dusted.

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1. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (10-1)

The Eagles just keep getting it done. One more win chalked up in that epic against the Bills, one step closer to that #1 seed in the NFC.

2. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (8-3)

A brief scare in Vegas but ultimately the Chiefs proved too strong for the rejuvenated Raiders. They’re not top seeds as things stand, but who’s betting against them?

3. BALTIMORE RAVENS (9-3)

Here are the AFC #1 seeds, sitting pretty as they go into their Bye Week. Tough defense kept the Chargers at bay, and they’re not missing Mark Andrews just yet.

4. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (8-3)

Our next NFC contenders. That three-game skid is a distant memory and the 49ers are rolling again. What a match-up next week in Philly.

5. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (8-3)

Here they come! Jacksonville ground out a win in Houston in a monumental battle for the AFC South. The Jags are very much in business.

6. MIAMI DOLPHINS (8-3)

Black Friday was a good Friday as the Dolphins dominated the Jets. This offense is taking them to the AFC East title.

7. DETROIT LIONS (8-3)

The last two weeks have not been pretty – and the wait for a turkey feast goes on after this Thanksgiving loss. But the Lions are still primed to win the NFC North.

8. DALLAS COWBOYS (8-3)

Sitting behind the seven likely division winners come the Cowboys – apologies to the NFC South. Dak Prescott is slingin’ it, DaRon Bland is bringin’ it. To. The. House.

9. PITTSBURGH STEELERS (7-4)

Matt Canada gone. And their offense immediately puts up over 400 yards for the first time in 58 games. Against the Bengals, no less.

10. DENVER BRONCOS (6-5)

Russ is cooking. The Broncos have bounced back from a 1-5 start and are now the hottest team in football – along with the Eagles.

11. CLEVELAND BROWNS (7-4)

A top-class defense undermined by Quarterback issues. With Dorian Thompson-Robinson under concussion protocol, is Joe Flacco gonna go?

12. HOUSTON TEXANS (6-5)

The loss against the Jaguars will hurt, but CJ Stroud and Tank Dell are a dreamy rookie combo. The future looks bright. And this season ain’t over.

13. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (6-5)

Above Texans in the Playoff picture, just below in our rankings. Indy’s schedule just looks that little bit tougher.

14. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (6-5)

The NFC West looks long gone, but the Seahawks remain in good shape for a Playoff spot despite their loss to San Fran.

15. BUFFALO BILLS (6-6)

An agonizing loss to the Eagles – but the Bills showed they can still cut it. If Buffalo make the Playoffs, they’ve got the quality to make a run.

16. GREEN BAY PACKERS (5-6)

Their defense feasted on the Lions. Jordan Love had a career day. You can’t write these young Packers off.

17. MINNESOTA VIKINGS (6-6)

An embarrassing home loss to the Bears going into the Bye Week. Can Justin Jefferson’s return save Minnesota’s season?

18. LOS ANGELES RAMS (5-6)

The Rams offense showed up again against the Cardinals. If it’s not Kupp and Nacua, it’s Atwell and Higbee.

19. ATLANTA FALCONS (5-6)

OK, OK. We’ll throw in the NFC South leaders. Atlanta came out on top in a fun one against the Saints, putting them in pole position.

20. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (5-6)

But it’s anyone’s guess as to who will win the division. That’s why we’ve got Saints up next, who trail their rivals based on divisional record.

21. CINCINNATI BENGALS (5-6)

Bengals gave it a go against Pittsburgh, but it’s hard to see them making a run without Joe Burrow. At least the Cincinnati natives have the MLS Cup to look forward to.

22. LAS VEGAS RAIDERS (5-7)

Raiders let a 14-0 lead slip against the Chiefs, but ain’t no shame in that. It’s all looking a little better in Vegas under Antonio Pierce.

23. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (4-7)

Not sure where we’re at with the Bucs this season. But while they could still feasibly win the NFC South, they can go here.

24. LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (4-7)

This has just been one disappointing season in LA. Bottom of the AFC West and a lack of offensive quality shown during the defeat to Baltimore.

25. TENNESSEE TITANS (4-7)

Derrick Henry showed he’s still not to be messed with. Which helped rookie QB Will Levis towards a solid outing. But it was only the Panthers.

26. CHICAGO BEARS (4-8)

They should have beat the Lions, they did beat the Vikings. Justin Fields played it safe, the defense turned it on – there are signs of life in the Windy City.

27. NEW YORK JETS (4-7)

Get Aaron Rodgers back already. If Zach Wilson or Tim Boyle are the answer, we don’t wanna know the question.

28. NEW YORK GIANTS (4-8)

Tommy DeVito putting together a couple of wins is a nice story. But Giants stumbling past the Patriots isn’t gonna convince us.

29. WASHINGTON COMMANDERS (4-8)

Blown away by the Cowboys. Something needed to change – and it has, with Jack Del Rio shown the door. More exits might be needed.

30. ARIZONA CARDINALS (2-10)

The returning Kyler Murray is looking sharp. But that was one of few positives in a rough loss to the Rams.

31. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (2-9)

Mac Jones and Bailey Zappe made costly mistakes, before rookie kicker Chad Ryland blew the chance for OT. This 10-7 loss to the Giants was as bad as it gets.

32. CAROLINA PANTHERS (1-10)

Head Coach gone and it’s all eyes on the NFL Draft. A(nother) season to forget in Carolina.

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