Now that Week 11 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 looked awful again.
BLG's WEEK 12 POWER RANKINGS
1) New England Patriots (Last Week: 1) - Just six more games stand in the way of the reigning champs going undefeated in 2015. Can they pull it off? Yes. Will they? We're about to find out.
2) Carolina Panthers (LW: 2) - This Panthers team looked unstoppable right now, yet somehow the Panthers opened as one point underdogs for their game in Dallas this week. As Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said, that's disrespectful.
3) Arizona Cardinals (LW: 3) - Bruce Arians has done a good job with this Cardinals team. They're tough to beat.
4) Green Bay Packers (LW: 8) - You just knew Aaron Rodgers was too good to let this Packers team lose four games in a row. This was a victory that let the Vikings know the Packers are still the boss of the NFC North.
5) Denver Broncos (LW: 7) - The Broncos appear to be better off with Brock Osweiler than Peyton Manning, which is something that would have sounded crazy not too long ago.
6) Minnesota Vikings (LW: 4) - Minnesota got beat thoroughly in their opportunity to take firm control of the division. They're not ready to overthrow Green Bay just yet.
7) Cincinnati Bengals (LW 5) - Marvin Lewis is on a two-game losing streak after starting the season undefeated. There are worse losses than losing in Arizona by three points, but they need to find a way to get back on track.
8) Pittsburgh Steelers (LW: 6) - Bye week.
9) Seattle Seahawks (LW: 13) - Seattle has managed to win three out of their last four games. They're in the mix for a wild card spot.
10) Kansas City Chiefs (LW: 15) - Andy Reid's Chiefs are back to .500 after getting off to a bad start. They've won four games in a row.
12) Indianapolis Colts (LW: 19) - No Andrew Luck, no problem. Matt Hasselbeck is more than capable of keeping the Colts alive.
13) New York Giants (LW: 14) - Bye week. The G-Men got to watch all their NFC East rivals lose while preserving their first place lead.
14) Houston Texans (LW: 20) - Don't look now but Bill O'Brien's team is 4-1 in their last five games.
15) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LW: 25) - Well, I guess the Bucs are a lot better than I've been giving them credit for. Jameis Winston certainly looks like the real deal.
16) New York Jets (LW: 10) - Don't look now but Todd Bowles' team is 1-4 in their last five games.
17) Atlanta Falcons (LW: 11) - More like the Fraudcons. They've lost four straight games.
18) Oakland Raiders (LW: 12) - After showing some promise, the Raiders are now on a three game losing streak.
19) Chicago Bears (LW: 16) - The Bears weren't able to beat Brock Osweiler but at least they look like a competent team. Wait, that sounds weird.
20) Washington Redskins (LW: 17) - Losing by nearly 30 points and getting roasted by the other team's Twitter account ... YOU LIKE THAT?!
21) Miami Dolphins (LW: 18) - This Dolphins team still isn't very good.
22) Baltimore Ravens (LW: 24) - Baltimore won, but they lost Joe Flacco for the season. Things are probably going to get even uglier with Matt Schaub starting.
23) New Orleans Saints (LW: 23) - Bye week. Rob Ryan went on the NFL Network and joked that his defense ranked 33rd out of 32 teams. He wasn't far off, and it'll probably be hard for Dennis Allen to be as bad ... right?
24) Philadelphia Eagles (LW: 21) - The Eagles' offense sucks. The defense also apparently sucks now, which isn't convenient. Chip Kelly is clearly not a very popular man in Philadelphia right now.
25) Jacksonville Jaguars (LW: 28) - They got the win but they should never be allowed to wear those awful gold uniforms again.
26) St. Louis Rams (LW: 22) - The Rams would rather play a concussed Case Keenum than a healthy Nick Foles.
27) Detroit Lions (LW: 29) - Who would have thought the Lions had a two-game win streak in them? And it's very possible they could make it three in a row with the Eagles coming to town on Thanksgiving.
28) Dallas Cowboys (LW: 32) - Surprise: the Cowboys got Tony Romo back and finally won a game. And so begins the uphill battle to get back in the NFC East race.
29) San Francisco 49ers (LW: 27) - San Francisco has the worst point differential in the NFL.
30) San Diego Chargers (LW: 26) - Mike McCoy is surely on the hot seat. The Bolts only managed to score three points coming out of their bye. Losing by 30 points to a division rival at home wasn't the best day to choose to honor LT.
31) Tennessee Titans (LW: 30) - Former Eagles quarterback Marcus Mariota can't be expected to do it all. He needs some help.