Power Rankings for Week 11


Each week after Monday Night game(s) has concluded, I’ll  publish my list of NFL power rankings.  Here is the pecking order for Week 11.

1) Green Bay Packers  – Champs still perfect, but where was the D?

2)  San Francisco 49ers  – Held serve against the Cardinals.

3) Chicago Bears  –   Strong win over Chargers.

4)  Houston Texans  – Texans use bye week to prepare for life with Matt Leinart.

5) Detroit Lions  –  Lions win shootout at home over Cam Newton.

6)  Pittsburgh Steelers  –  Steelers watched division fray from their perch in the bye bye birdie seat.

7) New England Patriots  – Pats finally pulled away from the Chiefs.

8) New Orleans Saints –  Week off in the bye-you.

9) Baltimore Ravens  – Beat the Bengals, but what has happened to vaunted D?

10) Dallas Cowboys  –  Cowboys win D.C. blood bath.

Read the rest of the power rankings after the jump …

11)  New York Giants  – Not good when Vince Young beats you.

12) Atlanta Falcons  – Falcons regrouped at home against Titans.

13) New York Jets  – Rex didn’t beware the Tebow.

14)  Cincinnati Bengals  – Bengals gave it a good shot, but Ravens too much.

15)  Tennessee Titans  – Titans gave Falcons all they wanted.

16) Philadelphia Eagles  – Donovan begat Michael begat VY.  QB controversy in Philly!

17)  Oakland Raiders  –  Still leading the division after downing the Vikes.

18)  Denver Broncos  –  Broncos might win division THANKS to Tebow.

19) Buffalo Bills  – The offense is dead, and Miami was too hot.

20) San Diego Chargers – Chargers kept the Bears in their sights all game long.

21)  Tampa Bay Buccaneers  – Bucs continue their slide.

22)  Kansas City Chiefs –  Kept the Patriots close … for awhile.

23)  Miami Dolphins  –  Guess they don’t really need a new QB.

24) Seattle Seahawks   –  Win over Rams takes Seachickens out of Luck running.

25) Washington Redskins  – Nasty home loss in overtime to hated Cowboys.

26)  Arizona Cardinals  – No match for the Niners.

27)  Minnesota Vikings  – Vikes are the lone weak spot in NFC North.

28)  St. Louis Rams  – Weren’t the Rams supposed to be a rising team this season?

29)  Cleveland Browns  – Beat Jags in match-up of uglies.

30)  Jacksonville Jaguars  –  Browns were a bit tougher than the Colts.

31)  Carolina Panthers  – After scoring 35 in Detroit, they must be drooling over looming match-up with Colts.

32) Indianapolis Colts – Colts finally go a week without losing!