2014 NFL POWER RANKINGS Week 13: Pats Move Into Top Spot

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Power ranking of all 32 NFL teams after week twelve.

The Twist: Each week the top 12 ranked teams will consist of 6 NFC teams and 6 AFC teams since 6 from each conference will qualify for the post season therefore indicating the top 12 teams most likely to currently make the playoffs. One NFC team and one AFC team occupy the top two spots to reflect who may end up in the super bowl. At least one team from each division is represented in the top 12.

TOP 12:
Same top two teams however the Patriots replace the Cardinals in the top spot after taking care of the Lions 34-9 while the Cardinals lost in Seattle. If the Pats, who have now won 7 straight, can secure home field throughout the playoffs, it will be tough to keep them out of the super bowl. Last year it was week 12 that I ranked the Seahawks and Broncos 1 and 2 and they went on to go to the super bowl.

The Lions drop out of the top 12 teams and are replaced by the 49ers who may have another strong finish in them like last year. Falcons stay in top 12? Hey someone has to win the NFC South even if no one deserves it. Right now the Falcons have as good of a chance to make the post season as any team in that weak division with a 4-0 division record.

Week 13 Change
1. Patriots (9-2) +1
2. Cardinals (9-2) -1
3. Broncos (8-3) 0
4. Packers (8-3) +1
5. Eagles (8-3) +1
6. Cowboys (8-3) +1
7. Colts (7-4) +2
8. Bengals (7-3-1) +2
9. 49ers (7-4) +5
10. Steelers (7-4) +1
11. Chiefs (7-4) -3
12. Falcons (4-7) 0
13. Seahawks (7-4) +3
14. Lions (7-4) -10
15. Browns (7-4) +1
16 Chargers (7-4) +1
17. Ravens (7-4) +1
18. Dolphins (6-5) -5
19. Bills (6-5) +1
20. Bears (5-6) +2
21. Texans (5-6) -2
22. Rams (4-7) -1
23. Vikings (4-7) 0
24. Saints (4-7) 0
25 Panthers (3-7-1) 0
26. Giants (3-8) 0
27. Bucs (2-9) 0
28. Redskins (3-8) 0
29. Jets (2-9) 0
30. Titans (2-9) 0
31. Jaguars (1-10) 0
32. Raiders (1-10) 0

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