NFL Power Rankings Going Into Week 11

Arian Foster and the Houston Texans ran through the rain for a win over the Chicago Bears.

<p> NFL Power Rankings Going Into Week 11, including the Houston Texans, Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears, Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers, New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, Dallas Cowboys and Cincinnati Bengals.</p>

Athlon Sports' weekly rankings of NFL teams — from the best, the one-loss Houston Texans, to the worst, the clawless one-win Jacksonville Jaguars.

Here are our NFL Power Rankings following Week 10 of the season:

1. Texans (8-1) Survive rain in Windy City for hard-fought victory.

2. Falcons (8-1) Tony Gonzalez becomes first TE to catch 100 TDs.

3. Packers (6-3) Aaron Rodgers watches brother Jordan win on bye.

4. Bears (7-2) Jay Cutler knocked out of game in loss to Texans.

5. Ravens (7-2) Set new franchise record for points scored (55).

6. Steelers (6-3) Big Ben throwing shoulder injury a big concern.

7. Giants (6-4) Phil Simms says Eli Manning not “elite” NFL QB.

8. 49ers (6-2-1) Sloppy effort vs. Rams in first tie since 2008.

9. Patriots (6-3) Improve to 20–2 against Bills in last 22 games.

10. Broncos (6-3) John Fox’s return to Carolina ends with easy win.

11. Colts (6-3) Chuck Strong en route to fourth straight victory.

12. Vikings (6-4) Samantha Steele good luck for Christian Ponder.

13. Seahawks (6-4) Marshawn Lynch tops 1,000 rushing yards in win.

14. Saints (4-5) Improve to 4–1 after 0–4 start with win vs. Atlanta.

15. Cowboys (4-5) After all this, Boys just 1.5 games behind G-Men.

16. Bengals (4-5) A.J. Green was right about “holes” in Giants’ D.

17. Buccaneers (5-4) Blocked punt for TD and INT for TD help beat Bolts.

18. Chargers (4-5) Philip Rivers’ decision-making results in defeat.

19. Titans (4-6) Bud Adams sees 34-point win after 31-point loss.

20. Dolphins (4-5) Defense allows first 100-yard rusher in 23 games.

21. Lions (4-5) Megatron tops 200 yards but loses crucial fumble.

22. Rams (3-5-1) Missed 58-yard FG results in 18th tie since 1974.

23. Cardinals (4-5) Michael Floyd making case for more playing time.

24. Redskins (3-6) RG3 looking for first division win following bye.

25. Eagles (3-6) Rookie Nick Foles replaced concussed Mike Vick.

26. Jets (3-6) Mark Sanchez loses to old USC coach Pete Carroll.

27. Bills (3-6) Ryan Fitzpatrick throws game away at Patriots.

28. Raiders (3-6) Tie franchise record for most points allowed (55).

29. Panthers (2-7) Cam Newton harassed by Von Miller in ugly loss.

30. Browns (2-7) CEO Joe Banner uses bye to evaluate entire team.

31. Chiefs (1-8) Marty Schottenheimer could return in advisor role.

32. Jaguars (1-8) Have lost nine of last 10 games on prime time TV.

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