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NFL power rankings, Week 14: Eagles, Cowboys stay put

The NFL power rankings are status quo in the NFC, with the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys atop the list.

16. Chicago Bears (LW: 16)

The Bears have a future with quarterback Justin Fields, but the rest of the team needs to be thrown out.

15. Los Angeles Rams (LW: 15)

This is the worst defense of a Super Bowl we’ve ever seen. It’s actually impressive to be this horrific.

14. Carolina Panthers (LW: 14)

Carolina comes out of its bye week to travel across the country for a date with the Seahawks. Not easy.

13. New Orleans Saints (LW: 13)

How the hell did the Saints lose that game? Absolutely crushing.

12. Arizona Cardinals (LW: 11)

Arizona is 4-8 coming out of its bye, and now get to deal with a desperate Bill Belichick on Monday night.


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11. Atlanta Falcons (LW: 9)

Atlanta has had so many opportunities to make the NFC South its own, but the Falcons — as they have for years — invent new ways to lose each week.

10. Detroit Lions (LW: 12)

The Lions are a plucky team that is really making a nice run. Too late for a playoff push?

9. Green Bay Packers (LW: 10)

The Packers are pretty much home for winter, but they continue to own the Bears.

8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LW: 8)

Somehow, the Buccaneers beat the Saints and are now 6-6 in the horrific NFC South.

7. New York Giants (LW: 7)

The Giants are 0-2-1 in their last three games, and now welcome in the Eagles before traveling to take on the Commanders. Huge stretch.

6. Washington Commanders (LW: 6)

After tying the Giants, Washington gets to rest before seeing Big Blue again, but this time in the nation’s capital.


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5. Seattle Seahawks (LW: 5)

Seattle found a way to handle the Rams, and now get the Panthers coming into Seattle with a chance to get to 8-5.

4. San Francisco 49ers (LW: 4)

Brock Purdy or Jimmy Garoppolo, the Niners have one of the league’s best rosters and they showed their strength by pummeling the Miami Dolphins.

3. Minnesota Vikings (LW: 3)

Minnesota doesn’t overwhelm many teams, but the Vikings are 10-2 and showing why they’re easing into the NFC North crown.

2. Dallas Cowboys (LW: 2)

Dallas looked great once again. The defense is rolling with Defensive Player of the Year candidate Micah Parsons, and the offense is scoring plenty.

1. Philadelphia Eagles (LW: 1)

At 11-1 and after a demolition of the Tennessee Titans, the Eagles remain the top team in the NFC.

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