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NFL Power Rankings 2015, Week 11: Eagles stumble and take a big fall

Ranking all 32 NFL Teams.

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Now that Week 10 of the 2015 NFL regular season schedule is over, it's time to see where all 32 teams rank. For reference purposes, here is a link to last week's NFL Power Rankings.

The Philadelphia Eagles blew a game at home they should have won.


1) New England Patriots (Last Week: 1) - Never count out Touchdown Tom. The Patriots didn't win by much, but they did win and the reigning champs are still undefeated.

2) Carolina Panthers (LW: 3) - Cam Newton says if you don't want to see him dance, keep him out of your end zone. That's easier said than done. The Panthers are rolling.

3) Arizona Cardinals (LW: 5) - Arizona scored 39 points on the Seahawks' defense in Seattle. It's clear who runs the NFC West.

4) Minnesota Vikings (LW: 7) - The Vikings haven't lost a game since Oct. 4, and that was only a three point loss to the Broncos in Denver.

5) Cincinnati Bengals (LW: 2) - Really bad loss for Cincy. They're obviously a good team but losses like this do nothing to shake the feeling they're going to lose the first playoff game they play in yet again.

6) Pittsburgh Steelers (LW: 10) - Pittsburgh managed to put a beating on Cleveland despite thinking Big Ben wasn't even really ready to play.

7) Denver Broncos (LW: 4) - Things are getting ugly in Mile High. And by things I mean Peyton Manning. Look how bad his four interceptions against KC were. Just really bad and kind of depressing. He's hurt and it's time for the Brock Osweiler era now.

8) Green Bay Packers (LW: 6) - Green Bay was in position to hold off the Lions but had their last second field goal blocked. The Pack have now lost three games in a row. They're not so invincible after all.

9) Buffalo Bills (LW: 15) - Buffalo looks so much better with Tyrod Taylor at quarterback. LeSean McCoy played well against the Jets, too.

10) New York Jets (LW: 9) - Todd Bowles' team is 1-3 in their last four games, with two losses to division rivals.

11) Atlanta Falcons (LW: 12) - Atlanta had a bye week. They were looking like frauds before the break. Can they get back on track?

12) Oakland Raiders (LW: 11) - Oakland isn't quite there yet. They couldn't hang with Minnesota.

13) Seattle Seahawks (LW: 8) - Give Seattle credit for making things close, but they're clearly not what they used to be.

14) New York Giants (LW: 14) - The G-Men inexplicably play the Patriots close, but no cigar this time.

15) Kansas City Chiefs (LW: 18) - Andy Reid's Chiefs are getting hot. Kansas City has managed to win their last three games.

16) Chicago Bears (LW: 23) - How about da Bears? After getting off to a really bad start this season, they've started to turn things around. They haven't lost a game by more than three points since Week 3.

17) Washington Redskins (LW: 21) - Kirk Cousins took advantage of a terrible New Orleans defense to keep Washington alive in the NFC East race.

18) Miami Dolphins (LW: 22) - The Dolphins looked like they were dead in the water until the Eagles blew it and kept them alive.

19) Indianapolis Colts (LW: 19) - The Colts lost their division lead during their bye week. They also lost their starting quarterback for at least a month. It's up to Matt Hasselbeck to keep the team alive.

20) Houston Texans (LW: 24) - The Texans beat the Bengals in Cincy to take first place in the AFC South. The NFL makes no sense.

21) Philadelphia Eagles (LW: 13) - The Eagles were up 16-3 and on their way to a blowout before totally blowing the lead at home. Sam Bradford got hurt and now Mark Sanchez will likely have to start at least two games. Philadelphia is still alive in a weak NFC East, but they certainly don't look like a good team. The defense is legitimate but the offense blows. As crazy as it sounds, the Birds can potentially take first place in the division with a win next week.

22) St. Louis Rams (LW: 16) - Nick Foles has been benched in St. Louis. For Case Keenum! Yikes.

23) New Orleans Saints (LW: 17) - Rob Ryan is finally gone. It's about time. The Saints' defense is beyond terrible.

24) Baltimore Ravens (LW: 20) - The Ravens have been losing close games all year. They shouldn't have lost this week's game at all. The NFL admitted the officials got a call wrong and Baltimore should have won. Despite only having two wins, the Ravens only have the 14th worst point differential in the NFL.

25) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LW: 29) - The Bucs somehow have four wins despite playing some pretty bad football this year.

26) San Diego Chargers (LW: 25) - Bye week. Up next is a game versus KC.

27) San Francisco 49ers (LW: 28) - Bye week. Blaine Gabbert is still the starter.

28) Jacksonville Jaguars (LW: 31) - The NFL admitted the Jaguars shouldn't have won, but they did, so here they are.

29) Detroit Lions (LW: 32) - It's crazy to think the Lions hadn't won in Green Bay since 1991 and this is the year they finally broke the streak. Way to find some value in a lost season.

30) Tennessee Titans (LW: 26) - Former Eagles quarterback Marcus Mariota struggled against Carolina's defense.

31) Cleveland Browns (LW: 27) - The Browns have lost their last five games by a combined score of 145 to 68.

32) Dallas Cowboys (LW: 30) - Seven losses in a row. The good news for the Cowboys is that Tony Romo will return this week. The bad news is they're probably in too deep of a hole for that to really matter.

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