NFL Week 10 Power Rankings: A Look At All 32 Teams

 

Alrighty guys, you know it’s time for this week’s weekly power rankings.

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Let’s jump into our NFL Week 10 Power Rankings: A Look At All 32 Teams below!

1. Philadelphia Eagles

If I had one pick to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl it would be the Eagles. Their next 5 weeks should be a roller coaster…@Chiefs, vs Bills, vs 49ers, @Cowboys, @Seahawks.

 

2. Kansas City Chiefs

Travis Kelce had just 3 catches for 14 yards on Sunday against the Dolphins. That’s his worse statistical game since October 10th of last year.

3. Baltimore Revans

I said on air the Ravens are the NFL version of Purdue basketball. We know they’re winning tons of regular season games, but it’s all about the postseason for Lamar and company at this point.

Last week: 3

4. Jacksonville Jaguars

The next step for Jacksonville is QB Trevor Lawrence catching fire. The Jags should at least be favored in 6 of their last 8 games.

5. Detroit Lions

Dan “Man” Campbell thinks the Lions have “another gear” they can reach this season, and with just one playoff team remaining on their schedule it’s possible they’ll reach it this regular season.

6. Miami Dolphins

There’s no shame in losing to the Chiefs on a neutral field but it’s fact at this point that the Dolphins don’t beat playoff teams.

7. Cincinnati Bengals

Make it four straight wins for Joe Burrow and the Bengals. The next four games will decide their playoff destiny with Texans, @Baltimore, vs Steelers, and vs Jaguars looming.

8. San Francisco 49ers

The Niners are coming off a bye but also the unsteadiness of a three-game losing streak. Any guesses where San Francisco will be ranked in two weeks?

9. Dallas Cowboys

Too many moral victories for the Cowboys after their close loss in Philly on Sunday. While valiant, that game is exactly how Jerry’s squad will lose in the playoffs

10. Cleveland Browns

Clayton Tune was the latest QB to feel the pain of Cleveland’s lock down defense throwing for just 58 yards on Sunday.

11. Houston Texans

What else can you say that hasn’t already been said about rookie CJ Stroud. Just give the guy offensive rookie of the year right now.

12. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers are 5-3 and have been out gained in each game this season. That has to be both impressive and maddening for the black and yellow faithful.

13. Buffalo Bills

Life or death…do the Bills make the playoffs?

14. Los Angeles Chargers

Brandon Staley’s group racked up 8 sacks and forced 3 turnovers last night against the hapless Jets. At 4-4 are we ready to buy into LA again?

15. Seattle Seahawks

Pete Carrol and company need a mulligan after Sunday’s 37-3 shellacking to the Ravens.

16. New Orleans Saints

Taysom Hill has thrown for 10 touchdowns, ran for 10 touchdowns, and caught 10 touchdowns in his 7 year NFL career. The last player to do that…Frank Gifford.

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