In our NFL power rankings for Week 11, the Miami Dolphins are moving towards the top while the Los Angeles Rams are sinking once again.
Houston Texans 1-7-1
Last rank: 32nd
The Texans are all kinds of finished. Time to look into mock drafts for the next six months.
Las Vegas Raiders 2-7
Last rank: 28th
What a brutal, brutal, brutal loss. Josh McDaniels is on the hot seat.
Denver Broncos 3-6
Last rank: 26th
Denver has to be the most disappointing team in the league. Just a horrific campaign.
Chicago Bears 3-7
Last rank: 27th
The losses keep piling up for the Bears, but Justin Fields is looking like a star in the making.
Carolina Panthers 3-7
Last rank: 31st
P.J. Walker is fun, the defense is decent and Steve Wilks is making a good case to be the head coach in 2023.
New Orleans Saints 3-7
Last rank: 24th
It’s time for general manager Mickey Loomis to accept reality and blow this thing sky-high in the offseason.
Detroit Lions 3-6
Last rank: 30th
Dan Campbell finally got a road win! The Lions aren’t good, but they can score.
Pittsburgh Steelers 3-6
Last rank: 29th
Pittsburgh is in the unfamiliar role of playing spoiler, while trying to find out what to make of Kenny Pickett.
Jacksonville Jaguars 3-7
Last rank: 23rd
The Jaguars were +3 in the turnover margin against the Chiefs and still got blown out. Not ideal.
Cleveland Browns 3-6
Last rank: 21st
When the defense gives up 39 points, Jacoby Brissett and the offense have no chance with their run-first approach.
Indianapolis Colts 4-5-1
Last rank: 25th
Jeff Saturday gets to laugh at everybody for a week. Gets the win in his debut.
Los Angeles Rams 3-6
Last rank: 18th
The Rams are officially cooked. And now with Cooper Kupp hurt, they’ll be unbearable to watch.
Atlanta Falcons 4-6
Last rank: 17th
Losing to the Panthers might be the signal Atlanta is about to fall off the proverbial cliff.
Arizona Cardinals 4-6
Last rank: 22nd
The Cardinals went to Los Angeles and won. Can they get some momentum and find themselves in the postseason chase?
Green Bay Packers 4-6
Last rank: 20th
Huge win for the Packers, who now face another must-win at home against the Titans before visiting the Eagles.
Washington Commanders 5-5
Last rank: 19th
Washington is on the edge of the playoff picture, getting an enormous win on Monday night.
New England Patriots 5-4
Last rank: 15th
New England is in the mix, and comes out of its bye week drawing the Jets at home in a pivotal AFC East clash.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5-5
Last rank: 16th
Big win for the Bucs, who went halfway around the world and handled a tough Seahawks team.
Los Angeles Chargers 5-4
Last rank: 14th
The Chargers are now two back in the AFC West, and still haven’t beat anybody with a winning record.
Tennessee Titans 6-3
Last rank: 13th
That was one ugly game, but the Titans found a way to win.
Seattle Seahawks 6-4
Last rank: 10th
Seattle only drops a few spots. The Seahawks remain one of the league’s best stories, and now have a bye week before facing the Raiders.
New York Jets 6-3
Last rank: 12th
Huge game out of the bye against New England. A win, and the Jets are in phenomenal position to reach the playoffs.
Cincinnati Bengals 5-4
Last rank: 11th
Cincinnati has one of the toughest remaining slates, but first a rematch with the Steelers. Sounds weird, but a must-win for the Bengals.
Dallas Cowboys 6-3
Last rank: 5th
Rough loss. The Cowboys were sloppy for much of the evening at Lambeau, and it cost them dearly.
San Francisco 49ers 5-4
Last rank: 9th
Gutsy win by the 49ers, who judging from their schedule, could get white-hot for the next two months.
New York Giants 7-2
Last rank: 8th
New York keeps winning. The Giants are getting quality performances from Daniel Jones while Saquon Barkley continues to shine in his quest for a big contract.
Baltimore Ravens 6-3
Last rank: 7th
Baltimore has one of the easiest remaining schedules in the league. The Ravens could easily wind up with 13 wins.
Buffalo Bills 6-3
Last rank: 3rd
At some point, the team has to be more than Josh Allen doing everything.
Miami Dolphins 7-3
Last rank: 6th
The Dolphins are rolling. They’re 7-0 in games where Tua Tagovailoa starts and finishes the action.
Minnesota Vikings 8-1
Last rank: 4th
Minnesota may win nothing but close games, but it’s really good at doing so. The Vikings are in the hunt for home-field advantage.
Philadelphia Eagles 8-1
Last rank: 1st
Philadelphia falls from the ranks of the unbeaten. Still, the favorite in the NFC.
Kansas City Chiefs 7-2
Last rank: 2nd
The Chiefs find themselves with the best record in the AFC while only playing three teams with a winning record on their remaining docket.