Welcome back to the latest BetSided NFL Power Rankings, home to the new #1 spot.
That’s right, although the Green Bay Packers were able to get away with the Cleveland Browns on Christmas Day, thanks to four Baker Mayfield interceptions, they’ve lost the top spot this week.
Some of the top contenders have tackled the business, but the Arizona Cardinals and New England Patriots have both backed into a tailspin with losses for weeks in a row.
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The captain played against the Steelers and is now my new No. 1. Kansas City has won eight games in a row and it looks as good as we all thought it would be to start this season. I think they will beat the rest of AFC with a good defense like this.
The Packers won, but they’ve made things interesting over the past few weeks. NFC is much tighter than AFC and Green Bay is still unclear with two games to play.
Injuries continue to mount for the Bucs, with Shaq Barrett being the latest player to leave, but they still have Tom Brady. Tampa Bay has a cupcake match with the Jets on Week 17.
Dallas had a pretty convincing performance in Week 16, dominating Washington on Sunday Night Football. Dak Prescott is significantly better at home than on the road, so Dallas is keen to squeeze into second if Tampa Bay loses another game.
The Rams’ road to victory in NFC West became a lot easier when the Cardinals lost again in Week 16. Matthew Stafford needed to be more careful with the ball, but Los Angeles had a shot on the 2nd seed. in NFC like Good.
Colts are real. Indy took down Arizona on Christmas, and it’s putting pressure on the Titans in the AFC South. This is a team that I don’t want to face in the knockout stages.
Buffalo regained control of the AFC East with a win over the Patriots in Week 16. If the Bills win, they will win at least one home playoff.
Joe Burrow’s historic performance put Cincy in the driver’s seat of the AFC North. This offense is extremely explosive, and Burrow is doing a Serious case for Back Player of the Year.
I’m still not ready to give up Arizona, but the Cardinals are at a turning point. Kliff Kingsbury’s squad has stumbled before, and they will need to run the ship over the past two weeks to head into the post-season with some momentum after losing their top spot.
AJ Brown is back, and Tennessee rocked San Francisco on Thursday Night Football with a win coming from behind. The Titans will likely be a tough match if Derrick Henry returns to the knockout stages.
Mac Jones is getting a little exposed over the past two weeks, and while the Patriots may be defending and running football, they look like a team that hasn’t quite been the Super Bowl material of the past two weeks.
Whenever you get beaten by the Houston Texans, you drop in rank. I still have faith in Justin Herbert, but the Charger doesn’t look much better than it did last year. There are simply too many contradictions.
The 49ers flourished before losing to the Titans on TNF. Jimmy Garoppolo will keep this team, and while some love the rest of their squad, the quarterback will have to step up for San Fran to run.
Even when Lamar Jackson returned, injuries caught up with the Baltimore defense. If Jackson isn’t 100 percent, it may not be worth risking his health with the rest of the roster in disarray.
The Eagles took care of business with a big win over the Giants, and now they face Team Washington in Week 17. Philly lost to Miles Sanders with a hand injury, but it still has its way to the knockouts. next.
The Dolphins made history by becoming the first NFL team to have a streak of 7 wins and 7 losses in the same season. Miami’s path to the knockout stages is getting brighter every day.
The Raiders won an ugly game against Denver to reclaim more than ,500, but they face an uphill battle for their ticket to the knockout stages with the Colts and Chargers remaining on the schedule.
Ian Book wasn’t quite ready at the start of his career, and the Dolphins demolished New Orleans on Monday Night Football. That could be the end of the Saints’ playoff campaign, and it’s a shame that the team would only be 2-6 down without Jameis Winston.
The Browns are simply no match for Baker Mayfield in midfield. His four picks have left them with an inconclusive game against Green Bay, and now Cleveland needs to win and get some help to complete the post-season.
I’m done with this Steelers team! They were knocked out by the captains on Sunday and had no business making it to the knockout stages. Browns and Ravens await in Weeks 17 and 18.
The Vikings were unable to take advantage of Matthew Stafford’s first leg in the Week 16 loss to the Rams. This could be an end to Minnesota’s season, and Mike Zimmer’s seat is noticeably hotter after a side campaign. is different.
The Vic Fangio era could end in Denver after the Broncos failed to score a point in the second half in a loss to the Raiders. The Broncos have squandered a solid defense this season and perhaps it’s time for new voices on the coaching staff next season.
The Falcons continue to win games they have to win, but they have a tough game against the Buffalo Bills to keep their season alive in Week 17.
Sorry. Washington was destroyed by the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football essentially ending their playoff kick chance. Maybe it’s about time we realized Taylor Heinicke wasn’t just a good backup in this tournament?
Like we all thought, Nick Foles led the Bears to a Week 16 win. Chicago needs to clear the deck after this season and without a pick in the first leg, these wins are at least something to build on. next year.
Nightmare. It’s Seattle’s season in a word. The Seahawks were knocked out of the playoffs with a last-second loss to the Bears in Week 16. Are Russell Wilson and Pete Carrol on their way out?
The Panthers are really, really bad, and Matt Rhule could have tricked us all. Carolina has won just two of its last 12 games and has even fewer answers in midfield than this season.
Did the Texans win too much? Davis Mills helped lead Houston to a landslide victory over the Chargers on Sunday and they have now won two games in a row.
Zach Wilson overtook Trevor Lawrence in Week 16, and he’s shown some promise for the Jets over the past few weeks. New York will add more talent in the draft with Seattle’s pick as well as the top 10 pick.
Giants are terrible. Jake Fromm made an impression on his first start, and Mike Glennon is no less relieved. The only silver is New York so there are two top picks in the 2022 NFL Draft.
The Lions had the Atlanta Falcons fight Tim Boyle in quarterback, but they ultimately failed. Detroit has played a lot of games this year, and rookie Amon-Ra St. Brown is developing into a solid young player.
Things keep getting worse for Jags this season, when they lost to the New York Jets in Week 16. Trevor Lawrence failed to make a touchdown pass for the fourth straight game, but Jags are now the lead for the No. 1 pick.
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