In our NFL power rankings for Week 11, the Miami Dolphins are moving towards the top while the Los Angeles Rams are sinking once again.
The Texans are all kinds of finished. Time to look into mock drafts for the next six months.
What a brutal, brutal, brutal loss. Josh McDaniels is on the hot seat.
Denver has to be the most disappointing team in the league. Just a horrific campaign.
The losses keep piling up for the Bears, but Justin Fields is looking like a star in the making.
P.J. Walker is fun, the defense is decent and Steve Wilks is making a good case to be the head coach in 2023.
It’s time for general manager Mickey Loomis to accept reality and blow this thing sky-high in the offseason.
Dan Campbell finally got a road win! The Lions aren’t good, but they can score.
Pittsburgh is in the unfamiliar role of playing spoiler, while trying to find out what to make of Kenny Pickett.
The Jaguars were +3 in the turnover margin against the Chiefs and still got blown out. Not ideal.
When the defense gives up 39 points, Jacoby Brissett and the offense have no chance with their run-first approach.
Jeff Saturday gets to laugh at everybody for a week. Gets the win in his debut.
The Rams are officially cooked. And now with Cooper Kupp hurt, they’ll be unbearable to watch.
Losing to the Panthers might be the signal Atlanta is about to fall off the proverbial cliff.
The Cardinals went to Los Angeles and won. Can they get some momentum and find themselves in the postseason chase?
Huge win for the Packers, who now face another must-win at home against the Titans before visiting the Eagles.
Washington is on the edge of the playoff picture, getting an enormous win on Monday night.
New England is in the mix, and comes out of its bye week drawing the Jets at home in a pivotal AFC East clash.
Big win for the Bucs, who went halfway around the world and handled a tough Seahawks team.
The Chargers are now two back in the AFC West, and still haven’t beat anybody with a winning record.
That was one ugly game, but the Titans found a way to win.
Seattle only drops a few spots. The Seahawks remain one of the league’s best stories, and now have a bye week before facing the Raiders.
Huge game out of the bye against New England. A win, and the Jets are in phenomenal position to reach the playoffs.
Cincinnati has one of the toughest remaining slates, but first a rematch with the Steelers. Sounds weird, but a must-win for the Bengals.
Rough loss. The Cowboys were sloppy for much of the evening at Lambeau, and it cost them dearly.
Gutsy win by the 49ers, who judging from their schedule, could get white-hot for the next two months.
New York keeps winning. The Giants are getting quality performances from Daniel Jones while Saquon Barkley continues to shine in his quest for a big contract.
Baltimore has one of the easiest remaining schedules in the league. The Ravens could easily wind up with 13 wins.
At some point, the team has to be more than Josh Allen doing everything.
The Dolphins are rolling. They’re 7-0 in games where Tua Tagovailoa starts and finishes the action.
Minnesota may win nothing but close games, but it’s really good at doing so. The Vikings are in the hunt for home-field advantage.
Philadelphia falls from the ranks of the unbeaten. Still, the favorite in the NFC.
The Chiefs find themselves with the best record in the AFC while only playing three teams with a winning record on their remaining docket.