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JetNation NFL Power Rankings (Top 10) Week 13

JetNation NFL Power Rankings

As Week 13 unfolds, JetNation presents the latest NFL Power Rankings, highlighting the top ten teams shaping the league’s landscape. From the dominant Philadelphia Eagles at the top to the surging Denver Broncos, we analyze the teams’ performances, key victories, and potential challenges ahead. Also, here is a glance at the New York Jets current standing and struggles as they navigate the season.

1. Philadelphia Eagles (10-1)
Last Week: 1
The Eagles continue to find a way to win games. They can end the suspense in the NFC over these next two weeks with a home win against the Niners and a road win against the Cowboys.

2. Dallas Cowboys (8-3)
Last Week: 2
The Cowboys will get extra prep time for the game against Philadelphia. Dallas needs to keep focused on Thursday night’s game against Seattle. Nobody is playing better than Dallas over the last three games.

3. Kansas City Chiefs (8-3)
Last Week: 3
The Chiefs are finding ways to make games against lesser competition interesting. The Packers are improving, at home in prime time, and capable of upsetting Kansas City if the Chiefs are not focused.

4. Baltimore Ravens (9-3)
Last Week 5
Baltimore is 6-1 in their last seven, and they have the inside track for home-field advantage. The Ravens still need more explosion in the offense and more accuracy from Lamar Jackson when he is in the pocket.

5. San Francisco 49ers (8-3)
Last Week: 6
The Niners get a chance to avenge the embarrassing showing in last year’s NFC Championship game. There are no excuses, as the Niners had the extra week to prepare.

6. Miami Dolphins (8-3)
Last Week: 7
Miami is still battering the bottom feeders of the league – as they should. They don’t see another elite team for four weeks, and they will not be taken seriously until they beat one.

7. Jacksonville Jaguars (8-3)
Last Week: 9
The Jaguars are quietly stacking up wins and becoming a factor in the race for home-field in the AFC. The schedule is the Jag’s friend and gives Jacksonville a real chance to play at home through January.

8. Detroit Lions (8-3)
Last Week: 4
Teams have found something about the Lion’s defense, and they are taking advantage. The Lions have allowed 31 points per game over their last three games. Detroit escaped with two wins in those three games, but they need to fix things to make any noise in the playoffs.

9. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-4)
Last Week: Unranked
The switch to a new offensive coordinator paid off immediately, with the Steelers posting their best offensive game in 59 contests. The defense gives Pittsburgh a chance every week. If they can get just a little bit of production from their offense, they can win against anyone.

10. Denver Broncos (6-5)
Last Week: Unranked
The Broncos are unrecognizable from their early-season selves. Denver is holding opponents to just 16 points per game during their five-game win streak after a historically bad defensive start to the season.
28. New York Jets (4-6)
Last Week: 27
The Jets offensive line was at their worst Friday against Miami. That is notable for a team whose offensive line has been atrocious thus far. The disappearance of Breece Hall from the game plan coincides with New York’s slide out of playoff contention.

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Nick Ferraro

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