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Week 13 Power Rankings

1. San Francisco 49ers 9-3

Next Week: vs Seahawks

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After the Eagles 6 weeks of dominance at the #1 position, the 49ers take the honor this week after a fantastic victory in Philadelphia. A 42-19 whooping was in the works that saw Brock Purdy have an almost perfect passer rating, adding to his year where he currently ranks 1st in passer rating and completion percentage along with 4th in TDs and 7th in pass yards. The 49ers are now on a 4-game win streak heading into another divisional home matchup vs the Seahawks who they've already defeated 31-13 on Thanksgiving night . Ever since this team got fully healthy a couple of weeks ago they have looked unstoppable with no sign of slowing down.

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2. Philadelphia Eagles 10-2

Next Week: @ Cowboys

The Eagles 5-game win streak was snapped this week after their worst performance in the last two years. They are still the #1 seed in the NFC and plan on holding that spot for the time coming. If you know Jalen Hurts and the Eagles mentality, they will most likely be even better after this defeat and they better with an upcoming matchup in Dallas being contingent in divisional success for them. The winner will be first in the division and likely carry that throughout the rest of the season and with the Cowboys on a 4-game win streak, this will definitely be the game of the week.

3. Dallas Cowboys 9-3

Next Week: vs Eagles

4. Miami Dolphins 9-3

Next Week: vs Titans

5. Baltimore Ravens 9-3

Next Week: vs Rams

6. Kansas City Chiefs 8-4

Next Week: vs Bills

7. Detroit Lions 9-3

Next Week: @ Bears

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8. Houston Texans 7-5

Next Week: @ Jets

The Texans make their debut inside the Top-10 this season after stalling the Broncos win streak at 5. C.J. Stroud is a lock for OROY after his performance this year including 295 YPG and a 20-5 TD-INT ratio this season. A favorable matchup @ the Jets this week should further show the Texans progression this year and extend their 4 wins in 5 weeks streak. A small blow happened when Tank Dell got injured for the season this week but 3rd-year receiver Nico Collins stepped right in and showed they won't miss a step moving forward.

9. Jacksonville Jaguars 8-4

Next Week: vs Browns

10. Buffalo Bills 6-6

Next Week: @ Chiefs

11. Denver Broncos 6-6

Next Week: @ Chargers

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12. Indianapolis Colts 7-5

Next Week: @ Bengals

Don't look now but the Colts are on a 4-game win streak and are in a heated race for the AFC South title with the Texans and Jaguars. The team now ranks 8th in the league in Points Per Game while their defense has the 5th most takeaways. The team may not have many wins over good opponents with a 2-3 record against +.500 teams, but they're getting hot at the right time of the season and are entering their most favorable part of their schedule.

13. Seattle Seahawks 6-6

Next Week: @ 49ers

14. Cleveland Browns 7-5

Next Week: vs Jaguars

15. Los Angeles Rams 6-6

Next Week: @ Ravens

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16. Green Bay Packers 6-6

Next Week: vs Giants

The Packers are now on a 3-game win streak against very good teams with Jordan Love throwing 857 yards and 8 touchdowns with no turnovers in that span. Love has truly been the difference maker; after starting the year poorly he has bounced back in a major way and sit at the final wild card spot in the NFC. Another primetime game awaits at home vs the Giants this week with 4 more games against under-.500 opponents. The Packers may make some noise in the playoffs this year and what a turnaround that'd be.

17. Pittsburgh Steelers 7-5

Next Week: vs Patriots

18. Minnesota Vikings 6-6

Next Week: @ Raiders

19. Los Angeles Chargers 5-7

Next Week: vs Broncos

20. New Orleans Saints 5-7

Next Week: vs Panthers

21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5-7

Next Week: @ Falcons

22. Cincinnati Bengals 6-6

Next Week: vs Colts

23. Las Vegas Raiders 5-7

Next Week: vs Vikings

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24. Atlanta Falcons 6-6

Next Week: vs Buccaneers

The Falcons have quietly become one of the most intriguing teams in the league. A recent 2-game win streak has catapulted the Falcons to 1st in the NFC South and a playoff spot. With the team being very inconsistent to start the year, the Falcons now have several key players like Bijan Robinson and Jessie Bates playing at a season-high level. With 2 divisional games in a row on the horizon the Falcons season will come down to their performance down the stretch and especially this weeks' home game vs Tampa.

25. Washington Commanders 4-9

Next Week: BYE Week

26. Chicago Bears 4-8

Next Week: vs Lions

27. Tennessee Titans 4-8

Next Week: @ Dolphins

28. New York Giants 4-8

Next Week: vs Packers

29. New York Jets 4-9

Next Week: vs Texans

30. Arizona Cardinals 3-10

Next Week: BYE Week

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31. New England Patriots 2-10

Next Week: @ Steelers

The Patriots are the first team in NFL history to give up 10 points or less in 3 straight games and lose all of them. Bailey Zappe got his first official start of the season and came away with only a 16.2 QBR. To make matters worse, their best offensive player Rhamondre Stevenson is out for a few weeks with a high ankle sprain. The Pats have a few tough games on the horizon; @ Pittsburgh, vs Kansas City, @ Denver and @ Buffalo. The theory of tanking for a QB is becoming more and more of a reality.

32. Carolina Panthers 1-11

Next Week: @ Saints

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