2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 10

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Ranking all 32 NFL teams from first to worst.

Ranking all 32 NFL teams from first to worst.

Ranking all 32 NFL teams, from the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs to the scandalous Miami Dolphins.

1. Chiefs (9-0) Dwayne Bowe arrested during team’s bye week.

2. Broncos (8-1) Peyton Manning (right ankle) “definitely will play.”

3. Seahawks (9-1) Win rematch of NFC Divisional Round at Falcons.

4. Saints (7-2) Drew Brees backs fellow 6-footer Johnny Football.

5. Patriots (7-2) Rob Gronkowski Football 101 turns to dance party.

6. Colts (6-3) Lose four turnovers in blowout loss against Rams.

7. Lions (6-3) Leading black-and-blue NFC North division.

8. Panthers (6-3) Win defensive battle on the road at San Francisco.

9. 49ers (6-3) Colin Kaepernick struggles with 95 total yards.

10. Bengals (6-4) A.J. Green tip-drill Hail Mary TD not enough to win.

11. Bears (5-4) Charles Tillman placed on IR with triceps injury.

12. Packers (5-4) Seneca Wallace replaced by Scott Tolzien in defeat.

13. Jets (5-4) Santonio Holmes expected to return after bye week.

14. Cowboys (5-5) Allow 40 first downs, 625 total yards in ugly loss.

15. Eagles (5-5) Legend of Nick Foles grows with 16 TDs, zero INTs.

16. Cardinals (5-4) Score defensive TD on first play, never look back.

17. Rams (4-6) Tavon Austin breaks out with three-TD effort in win.

18. Chargers (4-5) King Dunlap suffers third concussion of year in loss.

19. Browns (4-5) Use bye to prepare for Buckeye Bowl vs. Cincinnati.

20. Ravens (4-5) End three-game losing streak with overtime win.

21. Titans (4-5) Jake Locker lost for season with Lisfranc foot injury.

22. Redskins (3-6) Man convicted of murder in 2007 Sean Taylor killing.

23. Giants (3-6) Big Blue Wrecking Crew 3–0 after ugly 0–6 start.

24. Steelers (3-6) Ben Roethlisberger insists he is long-term Steeler.

25. Raiders (3-6) Terrelle Pryor’s left knee injury a growing concern.

26. Bills (3-7) EJ Manuel struggles in return against Pittsburgh.

27. Falcons (2-7) Two defeats away from first losing year since 2007.

28. Vikings (2-7) Christian Ponder dislocates non-throwing shoulder.

29. Texans (2-7) Ed Reed released after saying team “outcoached.”

30. Jaguars (1-8) Snap 12-game losing streak against rival Titans.

31. Buccaneers (1-8) Darrelle Revis INT seals first win of year vs. Fins.

32. Dolphins (4-5) Losers in five of last six games following 3–0 start.
 

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