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Week 10 Power Rankings

The Patriots drop

NFL: Seattle Seahawks at New England Patriots David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

1 Cowboys (last week: 2)

Winning on the field, losing off of it.

2 Seahawks (last week: 6)

Imitation is sincerest form of flattery, after Seattle beat the Patriots on the road they released their leading rusher. That’s a Belichickian move.

3 Chiefs (last week: 3)

20 points and the only time a Kansas City offensive player saw the end zone was a 2 point conversion.

4 Patriots (last week: 1)

The league should schedule a yearly Patriots-Seahawks game so we can find new ways for their QBs to screw up in the red zone.

5 Raiders (last week: 5)

Bye week, so Oakland’s defense moved up to 21st in scoring!

6 Broncos (last week: 7)

Denver goes on their bye week, so could Trevor Siemian be benched after a win? Probably not.

7 Falcons (last week: 4)

Falcons are not doing the dome team myths any justice.

8 Eagles (last week: 11)

The otherwise lousy Falcons defense was missing it’s best corner and Eagles WRs managed only 8 catches. And won.

9 Giants (last week: 8)

The Giants improved to 19-38 when Eli Manning throws 2 interceptions.

10 Redskins (last week: 9)

Did anyone tell Kirk Cousins the Vikings have been playing terribly lately?

11 Cardinals (last week: 10)

Tied late in the 4th quarter to the 49ers? You get bumped down a spot.

12 Steelers (last week: 12)

13 Lions (last week: 15)

14 Texans (last week: 17)

Brock Osweiler threw for 99 yards and won.

15 Vikings (last week: 13)

You could fall forward for a bigger gain.

16 Saints (last week: 14)

New Orleans would only be 5-4 if they scored 30 every game.

17 Dolphins (last week: 20)

Ryan Tannehill had his best game of the year and Miami still needed a defensive touchdown to beat the Chargers.

18 Chargers (last week: 16)

Last week San Diego ended their seven game streak of having a turnover, and made up for this week with 4.

19 Bills (last week: 19)

Yet another team on their bye.

20 Ravens (last week: 22)

We need the AFC North and South winners to face each other in the playoffs to see who is the worst division winner.

21 Bengals (last week: 18)

The Walking Dead got huge ratings this week if you include the Bengals.

22 Colts (last week: 21)

Indianapolis was on their bye, kind of surprised no one got fired.

23 Titans (last week: 27)

The Packers were the second best team that 5-5 Tennessee has beaten this year. They get to play the Colts, Bears, Jaguars and Texans so 9-7 is possible.

24 Buccaneers (last week: 28)

Dirk Koetter got hit in the face by his own player. There’s your opening shot for the season highlight review.

25 Rams (last week: 29)

26 Panthers (last week: 23)

Carolina alternates 12+ win seasons with losing records, so the 2017 Panthers are going to be awesome.

27 Packers (last week: 24)

Aaron Rodgers is the only Packer with a rushing touchdown.

28 Bears (last week: 25)

Alshon Jeffery failed a drug test just so he could have a few weeks away from this disaster.

29 Jets (last week: 26)

The Jets are so bad they are celebrating a 98 yard game by their QB. Not a 98 yard play, but his game total.

30 Jaguars (last week: 30)

Brock Osweiler threw for 99 yards and won.

31 49ers (last week: 31)

Has Chip Kelly run out of clever one liners to deflect questions with yet?

32 Browns (last week: 32)

At 0-10 Cleveland has not yet be eliminated from the playoffs.