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2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 11

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Ranking all 32 NFL teams, from the Mile High and mighty Denver Broncos to the rock bottom Jacksonville Jaguars.

1. Broncos (9-1) Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn on sideline Sunday night.

2. Seahawks (10-1) Earn franchise-record 13th straight win at Seattle.

3. Chiefs (9-1) Lose battle of best in the AFC West against Denver.

4. Saints (8-2) Garrett Hartley hits game-winner as time expires.

5. Colts (7-3) Erik Walden suspended one game for head butt.

6. Panthers (7-3) Steve Smith tells Aqib Talib to “ice up, son” after win.

7. Patriots (7-3) No call? Tom Brady says he could throw better ball.

8. Bengals (7-4) Score franchise-record 31 second-quarter points.

9. 49ers (6-4) Ahmad Brooks penalty nullifies Drew Brees fumble.

10. Lions (6-4) Winless in Pittsburgh for 58 years and counting.

11. Bears (6-4) Outlast weather delay, overtime to beat Baltimore.

12. Eagles (6-5) Earn first win at Lincoln Financial Field in 413 days.

13. Cardinals (6-4) Carson Palmer throws zero INTs for first time in ’13.

14. Packers (5-5) Three-game losing streak team’s longest since ’08.

15. Cowboys (5-5) JPP says Giants will “put it on” Cowboys on Sunday.

16. Jets (5-5) Geno Smith pulled after three quarters, four turnovers.

17. Giants (4-6) Jason Pierre-Paul predicts his own pick-six in win.

18. Dolphins (5-5) Jim Turner the new face of Jonathan Martin case.

19. Steelers (4-6) Big Ben throws four TDs in win against Detroit.

20. Ravens (4-6) Unlike Super Bowl, lengthy delay ends in defeat.

21. Titans (4-6) Collapse vs. Colts follows meltdown vs. Jaguars.

22. Raiders (4-6) Matthew McGloin throws three TDs, wins debut.

23. Chargers (4-6) Commit 10 penalties in third consecutive defeat.

24. Rams (4-6) Use bye week to prep for banged-up visiting Bears.

25. Browns (4-6) Suffer most lopsided loss to Bengals since 2006.

26. Bills (4-7) EJ Manuel wins rookie QB rematch with Geno Smith.

27. Redskins (3-7) Back foot INT by RG3 ends late rally against Eagles.

28. Vikings (2-8) Percy Harvin return haunts old Vikings teammates.

29. Buccaneers (2-8) Bobby Rainey: From Browns backup to Bucs star.

30. Falcons (2-8) Have lost four consecutive by margin of 135–61.

31. Texans (2-8) Andre Johnson, Matt Schaub upset following loss.

32. Jaguars (1-9) Score first TD at home on Danny Noble’s first catch.

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