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Movers and Shakers: NFL Week 11 Power Rankings

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(Won-Loss Record and Last Week’s Ranking in parentheses)

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1.  Houston Texans (8-1) (2) – No argument, none whatsoever.

2.  Baltimore Ravens (7-2) (5) – The next three weeks decide everything, as the Ravens will play the Steelers twice.

3.  Atlanta Falcons (8-1) (1) – Still cakewalking.

4.  Chicago Bears (7-2) (3) – Can they win with Jason Campbell?

T-5.  San Francisco 49ers (6-2-1) (4) – Major showdown with the Bears coming right up.

T-5.  Green Bay Packers (6-3) (5) – Ready to make their move in the NFC.

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7.  New England Patriots (6-3) (8) – Still right in the mix.

8.  Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3) (8) – No Big Ben could really hurt them.

9.  Denver Broncos (6-3) (10) – Can really lock up the division with a win over San Diego this week.

10.  New York Giants (6-4) (7) – Haven’t looked quite right for a month.

11.  Seattle Seahawks (6-4) (11) – They’ll have to be able to win on the road to finish this playoff run right.

12.  Indianapolis Colts (6-3) (13) – Showdown with the Patriots will show if they’re for real.

13.  Minnesota Vikings (6-4) (14) – Adrian Peterson renaissance continues.

14.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-4) (17) – Josh Freeman is the key.  He’s playing the best football of his career.

15.  Dallas Cowboys (4-5) (19) – Bought themselves a temporary reprieve.

16.  New Orleans Saints (4-5) (20) – Proud owners of the Atlanta Falcons.

17.  San Diego Chargers (4-5) (12) – Hanging on to the cliff by two fingers.

T-18.  Arizona Cardinals (4-5) (18) – Was a week off enough time to fix the offense?

T-18.  Miami Dolphins (4-5) (15) – Can keep their season alive with a win Thursday night.

20.  Detroit Lions (4-5) (16) – It’s not inconceivable that they won’t win another game.

21.  Cincinnati Bengals (4-5) (25) – Finally beat a winning team.

22.  St. Louis Rams (3-5-1) (27) – This team shows up every week.

23.  Tennessee Titans (4-6) (30) – I’m slowly being persuaded that their terrible play is heavily influenced by their brutal schedule.

24.  Washington Redskins (3-6) (24) – GO REDSKINS!  Eagles need a good draft pick.

25.  New York Jets (3-6) (21) – I’m no Tim Tebow fan, but could they be any worse if they used him?

26.  Philadelphia Eagles (3-6) (22) – And Nick Foles enters the sausage grinder that is the Eagles’ offensive line.

27.  Buffalo Bills (3-6) (23) – I can’t believe how bad this team’s defense is. . .

28.  Oakland Raiders (3-6) (26) – . . .until I look at THIS team’s defense.

T-29.  Carolina Panthers (2-7) (28) – Would it surprise you to learn that this team is middle of the pack in both offense and defensive statistics?  They should be better.

T-29.  Cleveland Browns (2-7) (29) – It will get worse before it gets better.

31.  Kansas City Chiefs (1-8) (31) – It only took them until week 10 to actually hold a lead in a game.

32.  Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8) (32) – No one’s job should be safe.

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