2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 16

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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