2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 13

Unpublished

Get the Athlon Sports Newsletter

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 one-loss Seattle Seahawks to the two-win Houston Texans.

1. Seahawks (11-1) First team in league to clinch a postseason berth.

2. Patriots (9-3) Not worried about “Spygate II” allegations in Houston.

3. Broncos (10-2) Peyton Manning tosses five TDs in K.C. masterpiece.

4. Saints (9-3) Drew Brees’ 200-yard game streak ends at 43.

5. Panthers (9-3) Cats earn franchise-best eighth consecutive victory.

6. Colts (8-4) Need win or Titans loss to wrap up AFC South title.

7. 49ers (8-4) Michael Crabtree makes season debut in victory.

8. Bengals (8-4) Andy Dalton tops 3,000 yards for third straight year.

9. Chiefs (9-3) Three straight losses following 9–0 start to season.

10. Lions (7-5) End nine-game losing streak on Thanksgiving Day.

11. Cowboys (7-5) Tony Romo tosses record 18th TD on Turkey Day.

12. Eagles (7-5) Nick Foles INT-free streak at 233 straight passes.

13. Cardinals (7-5) Four-game winning streak ends in Philadelphia.

14. Bears (6-6) Marc Trestman’s second-down FG not popular move.

15. Packers (5-6-1) On five-game winless streak for first time since 2008.

16. Ravens (6-6) Defending Super Bowl champs back in playoff hunt.

17. Steelers (5-7) Mike Tomlin special teams coverage caught on tape.

18. Dolphins (6-6) Richie Incognito suspension extended — with pay.

19. Titans (5-7) Rob Bironas joins Al Del Greco in 1,000-point club.

20. Rams (5-7) Jake Long exits early with concussion symptoms.

21. Chargers (5-7) Mike McCoy claims defense “fell apart” vs. Bengals.

22. Giants (5-7) Referee Jeff Triplette steals spotlight from Big Blue.

23. Jets (5-7) Rookie Geno Smith benched in favor of Matt Simms.

24. Raiders (4-8) Lock up 11th straight year without winning record.

25. Vikings (3-8-1) A.D. third fastest to 10,000 behind Dickerson, Brown.

26. Buccaneers (3-9) Three-game winning streak snapped in Charlotte.

27. Falcons (3-9) Win in overtime in front of smallest Toronto crowd yet.

28. Bills (4-8) Toronto mayor Rob Ford steals seat, eats hot wings.

29. Redskins (3-9) Go from first down to fourth down in just one play.

30. Jaguars (3-9) Cleveland native Cecil Shorts catches game-winner.

31. Browns (4-8) Josh Gordon has 200 yards receiving again in loss.

32. Texans (2-10) Have lost franchise-worst 10 consecutive contests.
 

Exclude From Games: 
Include In Games

Home Page Infinite Scroll Left