Looking at the NFL power rankings heading into Week 16, the Arizona Cardinals are falling while the Indianapolis Colts are rolling along.
Good news: No more Urban Meyer. Bad news: Worst team in the NFL.
Houston has three wins, and two have come against the Jaguars.
JETS. Just End The Season.
Detroit is playing really hard, and it pounded the Cardinals. Full credit to Dan Campbell and Co.
Everyone in Chicago is counting the days under Matt Nagy is fired.
See above, just with New York and Joe Judge. It’s so bad.
Matt Rhule is lucky his contract and length and expensive, because the Panthers stink.
Seattle can actually get into the playoff conversation with a win, but that’s a tall order.
The Falcons had a chance to get into the race against the Niners, but fell on their faces.
The Browns gave a great effort, they just fell a few seconds short.
Taking to the last second to beat a team playing third-stringers isn’t exactly a triumph.
The Vikings are alive in the NFC race, but now the Rams await.
Losing to the Bengals might be a fatal blow for Denver. Tough slate ahead and no room for error.
Huge, huge, huge game against the Eagles on Tuesday.
Beat Washington, and the Eagles are in great position to make the playoffs.
Miami has won six straight. Now, can it run the table? The Dolphins have plenty of work ahead.
Pittsburgh looks awful most of every game, and somehow the Steelers are a half-game out of the division lead.
What an incredible defensive performance, and the Saints are in the playoff picture.
The Ravens are simply ravaged by injuries. It’ll be a challenge just to make the playoffs.
Cincinnati has a chance tome a huge move in the AFC North this weekend against Baltimore.
Carson Wentz is a liability, but the rest of the team is operating at a high level.
The 49ers are starting to look like a dangerous team in the NFC playoff picture.
The injuries are piling up, and the Titans are starting to run out of gas. Need to get healthy.
The Chargers aren’t going to drop for almost beating the Chiefs. They were right there.
It’s all on the line in the AFC East this weekend. Buffalo has its chance.
What the hell happened? Brutal.
Tough loss, but not a disaster. However, they now must beat the Bills on Sunday.
Dallas’ defense is rolling, Dak Prescott will be fine, and the NFC East is all but over.
Even though they haven’t played yet this week, it feels like this is the right spot for the Rams.
The Packers were probably headed to the top seed anyway, but the Bucs’ loss sealed it.
The Chiefs climbed all the way back, and they’re the clear favorite in the AFC.
The Packers got a major scare from Tyler Huntley, but they appear home free for the No. 1 seed.