2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 11

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Ranking all 32 NFL teams, from the Broncos to the Jaguars.

Ranking all 32 NFL teams, from the Broncos to the Jaguars.

Ranking all 32 NFL teams, from the Mile High and mighty Denver Broncos to the rock bottom Jacksonville Jaguars.

1. Broncos (9-1) Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn on sideline Sunday night.

2. Seahawks (10-1) Earn franchise-record 13th straight win at Seattle.

3. Chiefs (9-1) Lose battle of best in the AFC West against Denver.

4. Saints (8-2) Garrett Hartley hits game-winner as time expires.

5. Colts (7-3) Erik Walden suspended one game for head butt.

6. Panthers (7-3) Steve Smith tells Aqib Talib to “ice up, son” after win.

7. Patriots (7-3) No call? Tom Brady says he could throw better ball.

8. Bengals (7-4) Score franchise-record 31 second-quarter points.

9. 49ers (6-4) Ahmad Brooks penalty nullifies Drew Brees fumble.

10. Lions (6-4) Winless in Pittsburgh for 58 years and counting.

11. Bears (6-4) Outlast weather delay, overtime to beat Baltimore.

12. Eagles (6-5) Earn first win at Lincoln Financial Field in 413 days.

13. Cardinals (6-4) Carson Palmer throws zero INTs for first time in ’13.

14. Packers (5-5) Three-game losing streak team’s longest since ’08.

15. Cowboys (5-5) JPP says Giants will “put it on” Cowboys on Sunday.

16. Jets (5-5) Geno Smith pulled after three quarters, four turnovers.

17. Giants (4-6) Jason Pierre-Paul predicts his own pick-six in win.

18. Dolphins (5-5) Jim Turner the new face of Jonathan Martin case.

19. Steelers (4-6) Big Ben throws four TDs in win against Detroit.

20. Ravens (4-6) Unlike Super Bowl, lengthy delay ends in defeat.

21. Titans (4-6) Collapse vs. Colts follows meltdown vs. Jaguars.

22. Raiders (4-6) Matthew McGloin throws three TDs, wins debut.

23. Chargers (4-6) Commit 10 penalties in third consecutive defeat.

24. Rams (4-6) Use bye week to prep for banged-up visiting Bears.

25. Browns (4-6) Suffer most lopsided loss to Bengals since 2006.

26. Bills (4-7) EJ Manuel wins rookie QB rematch with Geno Smith.

27. Redskins (3-7) Back foot INT by RG3 ends late rally against Eagles.

28. Vikings (2-8) Percy Harvin return haunts old Vikings teammates.

29. Buccaneers (2-8) Bobby Rainey: From Browns backup to Bucs star.

30. Falcons (2-8) Have lost four consecutive by margin of 135–61.

31. Texans (2-8) Andre Johnson, Matt Schaub upset following loss.

32. Jaguars (1-9) Score first TD at home on Danny Noble’s first catch.
 

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