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The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Baltimore Ravens despite missing Ben Roethlisberger.
Athlon Sports' weekly rankings of NFL teams. The Houston Texans remain the top team, while the Jacksonville Jaguars moved back to the bottom this week.
Here are our NFL Power Rankings following Week 13 of the season:
1. Texans (11-1) Punch playoff ticket, set franchise record for wins.
2. Falcons (11-1) Earn NFC South title for second time in three years.
3. Patriots (9-3) Tom Brady becomes first QB to win 10 division titles.
4. Broncos (9-3) Von Miller’s pick-six adds to Defensive POY resumé.
5. Steelers (7-5) James Harrison forced fumble shifts momentum.
6. Ravens (9-3) Fifteen-game winning streak in Baltimore snapped.
7. 49ers (8-3-1) Lose to Rams on Greg Zuerlein 54-yard FG in OT.
8. Packers (8-4) Have won 10 consecutive games vs. NFC North foes.
9. Bears (8-4) Tied with Packers for division lead following defeat.
10. Giants (7-5) Can’t catch RG3, have lost three of last four games.
11. Seahawks (7-5) Third straight win at second home in Soldier Field.
12. Colts (8-4) First game-winning TD with no time left since 1990.
13. Bengals (7-5) Fourth consecutive win ends on Andy Dalton TD run.
14. Redskins (6-6) RG3 breaks Cam Newton’s rookie QB rushing record.
15. Saints (5-7) Drew Brees’ TD streak ends at 54 on five-INT night.
16. Vikings (6-6) Adrian Peterson runs wild for 210 yards in defeat.
17. Cowboys (6-6) Tony Romo breaks Troy Aikman’s TD record in win.
18. Rams (5-6-1) Just 26 ticks away from second tie in four weeks.
19. Buccaneers (6-6) Unable to stop Broncos’ ironman star Mitch Unrein.
20. Jets (5-7) Sanchez benched, Tebow inactive, McElroy cheered.
21. Chargers (4-8) Low voltage Bolts have lost seven of last eight games.
22. Titans (4-8) David Stewart (leg), Steve Hutchinson (knee) injured.
23. Dolphins (5-7) Sloppy execution results in fifth straight loss to Pats.
24. Bills (5-7) Ryan Fitzpatrick answers critics with win over Jags.
25. Lions (4-8) Ndamukong Suh cheap shots, late collapses a trend.
26. Browns (4-8) Earn first victory on the road since Sept. 18, 2011.
27. Cardinals (4-8) Ryan Lindley struggles in Cards’ eighth straight loss.
28. Eagles (3-9) Nick Foles to start at QB for remainder of season.
29. Raiders (3-9) “Can’t stop the run” or “the pass,” says Michael Huff.
30. Chiefs (2-10) Jovan Belcher murder-suicide a Kansas City tragedy.
31. Panthers (3-9) Unable to maintain MNF momentum in loss at K.C.
32. Jaguars (2-10) Mike Mularkey blown out in return trip to Buffalo.