Week 13 power rankings

Posted Nov. 30, 2010 @ 9:45 a.m.
Posted By PFW staff

1. New England Patriots: Maybe Bill ­Belichick's best coaching job since 2001.

2. New York Jets: Just when you forget about him, Brad Smith changes the game.

3. Atlanta Falcons: These last-minute wins are becoming old hand for young team.

4. Baltimore Ravens: Vintage defensive performance when one was needed.

5. Pittsburgh Steelers: Gutted one out, but scary how many chances Bills had to win.

6. New Orleans Saints: Malcolm Jenkins doing Sharper almost better than Sharper.

7. Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler's best performance as a Bear? It might have been.

8. Green Bay Packers: Last drive looked like MVP effort from Rodgers ... until they lost.

9. Philadelphia Eagles: Red-zone troubles starting to become an issue.

10. New York Giants: Fans' boos, Justin Tuck's rant turned tide after halftime.

11. San Diego Chargers: Starting to hit their stride — like clockwork.

12. Kansas City Chiefs: Maybe Cassel should have started over Leinart years ago.

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Still haven't beaten a team with a winning record.

14. Indianapolis Colts: Won't get to 12 wins for first time in seven seasons.

15. Jacksonville Jaguars: Once more, poor safety play hurt them when it mattered.

16. Miami Dolphins: Gutsiest performance of Chad Henne's career.

17. Houston Texans: Slight difference defending Rusty Smith and Michael Vick.

18. St. Louis Rams: The first of many 300-yard games for Sam Bradford.

19. Washington Redskins: Ground game was difference on both sides in loss.

20. Oakland Raiders: Jacoby Ford has proven to be a smart addition.

21. Tennessee Titans: Things can't get much worse than they are right now.

22. Seattle Seahawks: Pete Carroll: "We played like garbage out there." Ah, yep.

23. Cleveland Browns: So what happens if Peyton Hillis gets hurt?

24. Minnesota Vikings: Who knew that expanded offense would include Favre running?

25. Dallas Cowboys: You would have sworn they were in contention with their effort.

26. San Francisco 49ers: Next four games are against division contenders.

27. Denver Broncos: Josh McDaniels' last stand? Negatives starting to add up quickly.

28. Buffalo Bills: Hoping Stevie Johnson can get over his awful drop.

29. Arizona Cardinals: Actually have some winnable games down the stretch.

30. Cincinnati Bengals: Mike Zimmer's stock rising after success of Garrett, Frazier.

31. Detroit Lions: Now we see why Broncos let Alphonso Smith go: his tackling.

32. Carolina Panthers: As if Delhomme's contract wasn't bad enough, he beats them.