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Sport NFL Week 11 Power Rankings: NFC cream is rising to the top

22:50  14 november  2017
22:50  14 november  2017 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Nfl week 11 power rankings : nfc cream is rising to the top While the Eagles enjoyed their bye week, other NFC teams made statements Sunday with

The Saints, Rams and Vikings improved to 7-2 and join the Eagles as the NFC 's championship contenders.

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Omnisport’s Week 11 NFL power rankings

1. Philadelphia Eagles (8-1): If the Eagles needed any motivation for the second half of the season, they got it by watching the Saints, Rams and Vikings win Sunday.

2. New Orleans Saints (7-2): With their seventh straight, the Saints have matched the Eagles for the NFL’s longest active win streak by spanking the Bills. They seek an eighth straight Sunday against Washington.

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Omnisport’s Week 11 NFL power rankings . 6. Minnesota Vikings (7-2): The NFC North is Minnesota’s to lose, and the Vikings are on a quest to be the first team to play in a Super Bowl in their home stadium.

Omnisport’s Week 11 NFL power rankings . 6. Minnesota Vikings (7-2): The NFC North is Minnesota’s to lose, and the Vikings are on a quest to be the first team to play in a Super Bowl in their home stadium.

3. New England Patriots (7-2): After cruising past the Broncos, the Patriots didn’t head home to Massachusetts, but instead remained in Colorado before Sunday’s game against the Raiders in Mexico City.

4. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-2): The Steelers were fortunate to beat the lowly Colts, which is why they dropped a couple spots.

5. Los Angeles Rams (7-2): The Rams are for real and it’s time everyone takes them seriously, especially opponents.

6. Minnesota Vikings (7-2): The NFC North is Minnesota’s to lose, and the Vikings are on a quest to be the first team to play in a Super Bowl in their home stadium.

7. Carolina Panthers (7-3): Carolina is rolling into its bye week after a dominant win over the Dolphins.

8. Tennessee Titans (6-3): The Titans entered the season as the favorites to win the AFC South and, after playing the Steelers on Thursday, will have three of their last six games against division opponents.

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9. Seattle Seahawks (6-3): After holding off the Cardinals last Thursday, the Seahawks have a mini-bye before hosting the Falcons on Monday.

10. Jacksonville Jaguars (6-3): The Jaguars lead the NFL with 35 sacks, but with just three against the Chargers, “Sacksonville” will be hungry for more against the winless Browns.

11. Kansas City Chiefs (6-3): Not only are the Chiefs coming off their bye, but they get to face the 1-8 Giants on Sunday, too.

12. Atlanta Falcons (5-4): Devonta Freeman won’t play Monday against the Seahawks, but if the Falcons defense plays like it did against the Cowboys, Atlanta has a great chance to spring an upset in Seattle.

13. Detroit Lions (5-4): It wasn’t pretty, but the Lions avoided the trap against the Browns.

14. Green Bay Packers (5-4): Brett Hundley played the best game of his career in Chicago and returns home to face the Ravens.

15. Dallas Cowboys (5-4): The Cowboys may be without suspended Ezekiel Elliott for six weeks, but they miss left tackle Tyron Smith (groin) more.

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16. Washington Redskins (4-5): The Redskins missed an opportunity to leapfrog the Cowboys in the NFC East.

17. Buffalo Bills (5-4): The Bills suddenly are reeling after consecutive lopsided losses.

18. Baltimore Ravens (4-5): A rested Ravens defense will test Green Bay’s newfound confidence in Brett Hundley.

19. Oakland Raiders (4-5): The Raiders head to Mexico to face the Patriots hoping the bye week helped cure their ills.

20. New York Jets (4-6): Some New York media thought Todd Bowles deserved Coach of the Year considerations. Get help.

21. Arizona Cardinals (4-5): It’s a shame to think what might be the final season for Hall of Famers Larry Fitzgerald and Adrian Peterson is being wasted because of an injury-plagued team.

22. Los Angeles Chargers (3-6): One-score games continue to be the bane of his existence, but QB Philip Rivers being in the concussion protocol makes things worse.

23. Chicago Bears (3-6): Chicago’s defense is very good, but the offense continues to falter.

24. Miami Dolphins (4-5): The Dolphins are frustrated and dejected as they try to find some way to salvage their season.

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25. Cincinnati Bengals (3-6): This probably is Marvin Lewis' final season in Cincinnati.

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-6): Tampa Bay beat the Jets without QB Jameis Winston and WR Mike Evans as the defense held New York to 275 yards and forced two turnovers. Tampa’s D has a good chance at posting a similar effort this week against the Dolphins.

27. Indianapolis Colts (3-7): The Colts hung with the Steelers at home but didn’t have enough punch to put them away.

28. Houston Texans (3-6): Is Deshaun Watson making a case for MVP and Rookie of the Year while being out for the season with a torn ACL?

29. Denver Broncos (3-6): As Derek Wolfe said, the Broncos have gone from Super Bowl contender to a team nobody takes seriously.

30. San Francisco 49ers (1-9): The 49ers finally got their first win at the expense of the struggling Giants. Win No. 2 probably won’t come in their next game, after their bye this week, against the Seahawks.

31. New York Giants (1-8): After losing to the 49ers, the good news for the Giants is they don’t play the Browns this year.

32. Cleveland Browns (0-9): Things started off so well for the Browns in Detroit, but they couldn’t sustain it.

NFL schedule: Week 11 game times, TV coverage .
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