2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 14

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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, with the two-loss Broncos back on top and the two-win Texans cellar-dwelling.

1. Broncos (11-2) Matt Prater makes NFL-record 64-yard field goal.

2. Seahawks (11-2) Richard Sherman blames loss on bad calls by refs.

3. Saints (10-3) Drew Brees fastest to 50,000 yards (183 games).

4. 49ers (9-4) Frank Gore 51-yard run seals win over Seattle.

5. Patriots (10-3) Rob Gronkowski out for season with torn ACL, MCL.

6. Bengals (9-4) Improve to perfect 6–0 mark at Paul Brown Stadium.

7. Chiefs (10-3) Andy Reid celebrates Sporting KC’s MLS Cup win.

8. Panthers (9-4) “We got a little full of ourselves,” says Ron Rivera.

9. Eagles (8-5) Nick Foles finally throws first INT in win over Lions.

10. Cardinals (8-5) Tyrann Mathieu out for season with torn ACL, LCL.

11. Colts (8-5) Lose at Cincy, but wrap up AFC South title anyway.

12. Bears (7-6) Mike Ditka’s No. 89 retired at halftime vs. Cowboys.

13. Lions (7-6) Reggie Bush injures calf after pregame fall in snow.

14. Cowboys (7-6) Jerry Jones thinks defense should “take more risk.”

15. Packers (6-6-1) Plus-one on scoreboard with minus-one wind chill.

16. Ravens (7-6) Win game with five lead changes in last two minutes.

17. Dolphins (7-6) Notch first victory on road at Pittsburgh in 23 years.

18. Jets (6-7) Avoid first four-game losing streak under Rex Ryan.

19. Chargers (6-7) Philip Rivers celebrates 32nd birthday with victory.

20. Titans (5-8) Job status “not a concern” for coach Mike Munchak.

21. Giants (5-8) San Diego fans heckle former draft pick Eli Manning.

22. Steelers (5-8) Antonio Brown steps out of bounds on last-ditch TD.

23. Rams (5-8) Remember, Rams own Redskins’ first-round pick.

24. Buccaneers (4-9) Have won four of last five after 0–8 start to season.

25. Browns (4-9) Allow two Tom Brady TDs in final 61 seconds of loss.

26. Raiders (4-9) Have lost 13 straight games in Eastern Time Zone.

27. Jaguars (4-9) Third straight win is first at home since Nov. 2012.

28. Bills (4-9) Extend NFL-worst 14-season postseason drought.

29. Falcons (3-10) OC Dirk Koetter interviews for Boise State vacancy.

30. Vikings (3-9-1) Adrian Peterson carted off field, awaits more tests.

31. Redskins (3-10) Mike Shanahan on hot seat, debates benching RG3.

32. Texans (2-11) Gary Kubiak fired after 61–64 record in eight years.
 

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