The NFL power rankings are crystallizing as we enter Week 15, with the Dallas Cowboys beginning to surge while the Las Vegas Raiders are finished.
The Lions won a game, that’s all that matters. Cruising to the No. 1 overall pick.
Urban Meyer might rather walk through an inferno than coach the Jags for another week.
See above, but for David Culley.
The Jets aren’t able to score, but they make up for it by playing zero defense.
The Bears were entertaining on Sunday night, but ultimately, still the Bears.
New York is pitiful. The Giants can’t fire Joe Judge soon enough.
One quarterback, two quarterbacks, no chance and no victory.
Somehow, the Seahawks are only a game out of a playoff spot in the NFC.
Atlanta is part of a five-way tie for the final NFC wild card spot. Just a wild year.
Yeah, it’s over. Maybe don’t dance on the Chiefs’ logo and then get beat by 39 points.
Taysom Hill looked good, Alvin Kamara had a big day, and the defense got to face the Jets.
A win that felt like a loss. The Vikings Way!
How the hell do you almost blow that game to Tyler Huntley? Just a circus of a football team.
Coming out of the bye and looking for a sixth straight win against the Jets. Miami on the move…
It’s time to win out or go home. First up, the Titans at Heinz Field.
Denver continues to stay alive, hanging in the race. Can they take down the Bengals at home?
Washington couldn’t overcome one of the worst halves of offensive football ever witnessed.
Coming out of its bye, Philadelphia has to feel good about its chance. All NFC East games ahead.
Brutal loss. The Bengals had a chance late to beat the Niners, but a dropped pick-six and an overtime possession ending a field goal spelled doom.
Huge, huge, huge game on Saturday against the Patriots. A must-win for the Colts.
San Francisco made it difficult but beat the Bengals. The Niners are in great shape for a playoff spot.
Josh Allen was unbelievable, but the Bills put themselves in too deep of an early hole.
If Lamar Jackson is hurt and compromised in any way, the Ravens could miss the playoffs.
The Chargers handled the Giants, and now host the Chiefs in the biggest game of their season.
Dallas essentially won the NFC East by taking down Washington. Major victory.
Beating the Jaguars isn’t a big deal, but getting a shutout with four interceptions is tremendous.
Huge victory for the Rams. It’s arguably the biggest of Matthew Stafford’s career.
Out of the bye, games against the Colts and Bills. Two more big tests for New England.
Tough loss. With the Packers and Buccaneers having soft schedules, that could mean Arizona is playing on Wild Card Weekend.
Kansas City looks all the way back, but must beat the Chargers or potentially be a wild card team.
What a bizarre game, but the Buccaneers found a way and are threatening for home field.
Special teams, yikes. The offense? Sublime. Another win for the Packers.