2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 16

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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 stampeding Broncos to the staggering Texans.

1. Broncos (12-3) Von Miller out for season following ACL injury.

2. Seahawks (12-3) Fourteen-game home winning streak snapped.

3. Panthers (11-4) Cam Newton throws last-minute game-winning TD.

4. Saints (10-5) Kenny Vaccaro carted off field with broken ankle.

5. Patriots (11-4) LeGarrette Blount mocks Ray Lewis dance in win.

6. Colts (10-5) Jerrell Freeman hauls in two INTs in win at K.C.

7. 49ers (11-4) Say so long to Candlestick Park after 42 seasons.

8. Chiefs (11-4) Three of four losses have come at Arrowhead.

9. Bengals (10-5) Andy Dalton throws four TDs in blowout victory.

10. Cardinals (10-5) Carson Palmer throws four INTs, wins at Seattle.

11. Eagles (9-6) Soar to prime time 43-point victory over Chicago.

12. Cowboys (8-7) Tony Romo to miss rest of season with back injury.

13. Bears (8-7) Apparently, it’s not always sunny in Philadelphia.

14. Ravens (8-7) Joe Flacco denies knee was cause of poor play.

15. Chargers (8-7) Win three-straight games for first time all year.

16. Dolphins (8-7) Ryan Tannehill sacked seven times in shutout loss.

17. Steelers (7-8) Troy Polamalu forces late fumble in wild win.

18. Packers (7-7-1) Lose heartbreaker to Steelers in Lambeau snow.

19. Lions (7-8) Jim Schwartz outburst at fans may be last straw.

20. Jets (7-8) Did Rex Ryan coach his last game at home?

21. Rams (7-8) Robert Quinn breaks team sack record with 18.

22. Titans (6-9) Rally from 10-point deficit to win at Jacksonville.

23. Giants (6-9) Win in overtime despite Eli Manning’s 26th INT.

24. Bills (6-9) Set new franchise season sack record with 56.

25. Vikings (4-10-1) Adrian Peterson rushes for just 45 yards in return.

26. Raiders (4-11) Penalized 12 times for 73 yards in sloppy defeat.

27. Falcons (4-11) Gearing up for draft, worst-to-first season in 2014.

28. Browns (4-11) Ed Reed INT caps off sixth consecutive defeat.

29. Jaguars (4-11) Retiring center Brad Meester has first career catch.

30. Buccaneers (4-11) Set new season low with just 170 total yards.

31. Redskins (3-12) Fall to 0–5 in NFC East following loss to Dallas.

32. Texans (2-13) Extend franchise record with 13th straight defeat.

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