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NFL power rankings, Week 10: Rams slide in NFC

The Los Angeles Rams were supposed to be a potential repeat champion, but in our Week 10 NFL power rankings, they just keep sliding.

16. Detroit Lions (LW: 16)

Tough week when you win and don’t move out of the basement, but such is life for the two-win Lions.

15. Carolina Panthers (LW: 15)

Carolina won on Thursday night, but is still towards the bottom of their division and the NFL power rankings.

14. Chicago Bears (LW: 14)

The Bears are starting to see real signs of life from second-year quarterback Justin Fields. The rest of the team, however…

13. New Orleans Saints (LW: 13)

New Orleans got blasted on Monday night by the Baltimore Ravens, and now tries to stay alive in the playoff race facing the Pittsburgh Steelers this weekend.

12. Arizona Cardinals (LW: 12)

The Cardinals have been pitiful this season, sitting at 3-6 with a lousy offense and a leaky defense.


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11. Green Bay Packers (LW: 11)

What to say about the Packers? They’ve lost five straight games and look more disjointed every week.

10. Los Angeles Rams (LW: 8)

This just about feels over. The Rams can’t beat anybody decent, and the Buccaneers barely qualify as that.

9. Washington Commanders (LW: 9)

Washington should have beaten the Vikings but fell apart in the fourth quarter. The Commanders are 4-5 and remain the race, however.

8. Atlanta Falcons (LW: 7)

The Falcons lost two games in four days, are sitting at 4-6, and somehow have a real shot to host a playoff game.

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LW: 10)

The Buccaneers have all kinds of offensive problems, but Tom Brady pulled out some magic against Los Angeles on Sunday, giving Tampa Bay a bit of life.

6. New York Giants (LW: 6)

Coming off its bye, New York takes on the lousy Houston Texans at home. Should be a great spot to reach 7-2 on the year.


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5. San Francisco 49ers (LW: 5)

The Niners are also coming off a week of rest and draw the Los Angeles Chargers in Santa Clara on Sunday night. San Francisco might rush for 300 yards.

4. Seattle Seahawks (LW: 4)

Seattle continues to win. Geno Smith is the best story in football, and the Seahawks are a very viable 6-3 in the NFC West.

3. Minnesota Vikings (LW: 3)

Minnesota looked as though it would falter in Washington, but then rebounded to run its record to 7-1. Next up, Buffalo.

2. Dallas Cowboys (LW: 2)

The Cowboys are 6-2 and look the part of a frisky contender thanks to a great defense and an offense that can move the ball.

1. Philadelphia Eagles (LW: 1)

Only undefeated team in football, and the best roster in the league.

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