In the NFL power rankings for Week 14, the Las Vegas Raiders start rising while the Miami Dolphins tumble after an ugly loss.
Tough to see Houston winning more than maybe one game the rest of the way.
The Broncos couldn’t muster a single touchdown against the Ravens. An utter disgrace.
Justin Fields is a ton of fun. The rest of the Bears? Not so much. Ugly football.
The Rams have put together the worst championship defense in NFL history. It’s impressively horrific.
Carolina cut Baker Mayfield on Monday, which pretty much sums up how its season has gone.
At least this week we didn’t have another story about how Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury can’t stand each other.
The Saints were supposed to contend for a playoff spot. Not going to happen.
It’s always good to give up a 50-burger in primetime, especially when 34 of the points come in one quarter.
Jacksonville isn’t good, and now Trevor Lawrence is dealing with an ankle injury. Another tough season for the Jaguars.
If the Falcons had any shot of claiming the miserable NFC South, they needed to beat Pittsburgh at home. Didn’t happen.
The Steelers are somewhat 5-7 and play the Ravens twice, who are currently without Lamar Jackson under center. Late run?
Three straight wins for the Silver and Black, and they get the Rams on Thursday night. The Raiders are making a push.
Cleveland has Deshaun Watson back, and while he was terrible against Houston, the Browns notched three non-offensive scores to win.
Aaron Rodgers has seen this season turn into a nightmare, but he still owns the Bears.
The Lions torched the Jaguars, continuing their run of improved play. Likely too late to make the playoffs, but at least progress.
The offense simply doesn’t challenge opponents, and the defense isn’t good enough to win on its own.
The Chargers constantly find themselves dealing with the exact same problems. The first issue? Coaching.
The Buccaneers somehow keep coming alive at the end of games. Tom Brady is still Tom Brady.
The Jets have more punch with Mike White, but will it be enough to get them into the playoffs?
Seattle has to start playing better, but it did enough to get past the skeleton crew we saw from the Rams on Sunday.
Washington should be happy with a tie against the Giants. It means the Commanders can clinch a very important tiebreaker by winning at home.
Tennessee was blown out by Philadelphia, largely because Jalen Hurts and A.J. Brown were dominant throughout.
The Giants need to handle business against the Commanders in two weeks, or they’ll be in very tough position.
Depending on how long Lamar Jackson is out, the Ravens could suddenly be in freefall.
The Niners had an impressive win but fell because Jimmy Garoppolo is out for the season. Now everything rests on Brock Purdy.
Minnesota doesn’t move up for almost blowing another late lead. The Vikings are finding a way, but the games are constantly bizarre.
Miami has to be concerned that whenever it plays against a good defense, it struggles to score.
Huge win for the Bengals, who have full ownership of the Chiefs. Three straight over Patrick Mahomes and Co.
Dallas hung 54 points on the Colts, and the Cowboys continue to look every bit the Super Bowl contender.
Buffalo now has the AFC’s top seed, but might need to run the table in order to hold on. Can the Bills do it against a tough slate?
Kansas City only drops one spot for losing to a quality opponent on the road. The bigger concern has to be Cincinnati climbing directly into the Chiefs’ collective skull.
Best team in football, most ways to win.