2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 13

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.

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