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2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 12

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Ranking all 32 NFL teams, from the soaring one-loss Seattle Seahawks to the bottom of the AFC South cellar, the Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans.

1. Seahawks (10-1) Ready to host Saints in Monday night showdown.

2. Patriots (8-3) Tom Brady improves to 10–4 vs. Peyton Manning.

3. Broncos (9-2) Outscored 31–7 after halftime in loss at Patriots.

4. Saints (9-2) Jimmy Graham scores with goal post-bending dunk.

5. Chiefs (9-2) Suffer tough back-to-back losses after 9–0 start.

6. Panthers (8-3) Riding seven-game winning streak after win at Fins.

7. Cardinals (7-4) Larry Fitzgerald youngest to 11,000 receiving yards.

8. Colts (7-4) Outscored 93–12 in first half of last four contests.

9. 49ers (7-4) Michael Crabtree activated from PUP list, set to play.

10. Bengals (7-4) Chad Johnson steals bye headlines, wants to return.

11. Lions (6-5) Matthew Stafford throws four INTs in loss to Bucs.

12. Bears (6-5) Jay Cutler would “like to stay” in Chicago in 2014.

13. Cowboys (6-5) Tied with Eagles for first place in NFC East division.

14. Eagles (6-5) Chip Kelly officially names Nick Foles starting QB.

15. Packers (5-5-1) Endure first tie since 49ers-Rams on Nov. 11, 2012.

16. Titans (5-6) Currently lead six-way tie for sixth AFC playoff spot.

17. Steelers (5-6) Ben Roethlisberger improves to 16–1 vs. Cleveland.

18. Ravens (5-6) Justin Tucker boots four field goals in win over Jets.

19. Chargers (5-6) Beat Kansas City in game with eight lead changes.

20. Rams (5-6) Tavon Austin 65-yard TD run sparks win over Bears.

21. Jets (5-6) Ed Reed torched on deep ball against former team.

22. Dolphins (5-6) Ryan Tannehill-to-Mike Wallace nearly skins Cats.

23. Giants (4-7) Four-game winning streak snapped, swept by Boys.

24. Raiders (4-7) Sebastian Janikowski misses two field goals in loss.

25. Bills (4-7) Will Jon Bon Jovi buy franchise, move it to Toronto?

26. Browns (4-7) Jason Campbell knocked out of loss to Pittsburgh.

27. Redskins (3-8) RG2 in locker room to see RG3 after defeat on MNF.

28. Buccaneers (3-8) Earn third consecutive victory with win in Motown.

29. Vikings (2-8-1) Adrian Peterson carries Vikes to tie at Lambeau.

30. Falcons (2-9) Lose fifth straight, lock up first losing year since ’08.

31. Jaguars (2-9) Run past Houston for second win in three weeks.

32. Texans (2-9) Honorary captain Mary Lou Retton not solid gold.

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