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NFL power rankings, Week 13: Packers moving in NFC

The NFC is starting to shake out, and in our latest NFL power rankings, it’s the Green Bay Packers sitting atop the list.

16. Detroit Lions

The Lions are the only winless team in the league, and it might stay that way for some time.

15. Seattle Seahawks

Seattle has a Hall of Fame quarterback and can’t score a point. The entire season has been the football version of hell.

14. Chicago Bears

It’s time to fire Matt Nagy. Then again, the same could be said last year. This is a slow, painful year for Bears’ fans.

13. New York Giants

With the NFC playoff picture still within reach, the Giants desperately need to beat the Miami Dolphins this weekend.

12. Carolina Panthers

Cam Newton looks finished, and Christian McCaffrey is finished. It’s all over for the once 3-0 Panthers.


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11. Atlanta Falcons

How the Falcons are 5-6 with their roster remains an NFL mystery. Perhaps Arthur Smith should be the Coach of the Year.

10. New Orleans Saints

It’s likely up to Taysom Hill to get into the shotgun and make something happen for one of the league’s most pathetic offenses.

9. Philadelphia Eagles

After losing to the Giants, the Eagles face a must-win against the Jets. A loss here, and Philadelphia’s season is cooked.

8. Washington Football Team

Suddenly, Washington is in a playoff spot. Beat the Raiders on Sunday in Las Vegas, and the Football Teams really in business.

7. Minnesota Vikings

Losing to the Niners on the road was a crushing blow last week. However, Minnesota gets the ultimate get-right game with the Lions.

6. San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers looked finished three weeks ago, but a trio of wins has them in playoff position and looking like a tough out in the NFC.

5. Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys need to get healthy, but the NFC East remains an easy mark as the division is truly terrible.


Read: NFL Power Rankings, Week 13 – Chiefs Rule AFC


4. Los Angeles Rams

It’s time for Los Angeles to figure it out. The Rams have been scuffling badly over the last month.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

With one of the league’s easiest remaining schedules, here comes Tom Brady and the Bucs.

2. Green Bay Packers

Nobody has been more impressive than the Packers, who have beaten a slew of injuries to keep rolling in the tough part of their slate.

1. Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals have to get the nod for now at 9-2, but Kyler Murray’s health is a key concern. If he’s good, Arizona can win it all.

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