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NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Odds Ahead of Week 13

Peter Dewey
New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones.
New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones. / David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports
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Are the Los Angeles Rams done? Can Aaron Rodgers play through a broken toe the rest of the season?

The NFL has many questions amongst its top teams heading into Week 13, but I'm here to try and deliver some answers in this week's NFL Power Rankings.

Every week this season, yours truly ranks each NFL team in relation to their Super Bowl odds atWynnBET Sportsbook in BetSided's NFL Power Rankings. If you’re looking for last week’s rankings to see where everyone moved to, you can find it here.

Let's break down how each team looks ahead of Week 13:

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1. Arizona Cardinals (9-2, +800) Last Week: No. 1

Arizona was on a bye and its odds didn't change. Neither does its ranking here. Kyler Murray coming back could help the Cards take the No. 1 spot in the NFC.

2. Green Bay Packers (9-3, +675) LW: No. 2

The Packers have taken a major jump in the latest Super Bowl odds, moving to No. 2 behind the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Aaron Rodgers may have a broken toe, but he's thrown for six scores and 692 yards over the last two games.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-3, +500) LW: No. 3

The Bucs came from behind to beat the Indianapolis Colts behind four Leonard Fournette touchdowns. Tampa Bay's defense is concerning, but the offense is going to be able to bail them out more often than not.

4. Kansas City Chiefs (7-4, +700) LW: No. 5

Things just keep falling perfectly for the Chiefs. The Bills and Patriots have two games against each other left, the Ravens are hanging on by a thread and the Titans have lost two straight. Kansas City has a path to the No. 1 seed.

5. New England Patriots (8-4, +1000) LW: No. 9

What more can you say about Mac Jones and Bill Belichick's squad? The Pats have won six in a row to move to 8-4 and lead the AFC East. They knocked off the AFC's top seed in Tennessee in Week 12 and are in striking distance of the No. 1 spot in the conference. Who needs Tom Brady?

6. Baltimore Ravens (8-3, +1100) LW: No. 7

Lamar Jackson looked dreadful on Sunday Night Football, but the Ravens still beat the Browns to move to 8-3 and grab the No. 1 seed in the AFC for the time being. I'm not going to read too much into one bad Lamar game, as he's been really great all season.

7. Buffalo Bills (7-4, +700) LW: No. 11

In typical Bills fashion, they bounced back with a blowout win on Thanksgiving to move to 7-4. If Buffalo could just have some consistency down the stretch it has a shot at the AFC's No. 1 spot.

8. Los Angeles Rams (7-4, +1200) LW: No. 4

I'm not out of the Rams just yet, but they're making it tough with another loss in Week 12. Matthew Stafford has to get healthy and be better if this team wants to go anywhere this season.

9. Dallas Cowboys (7-4, +1200) LW: No. 8

Another Dallas loss could have meant disaster in the division, but the Eagles lost to the Giants to maintain Dallas' two-game cushion. They clearly need Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb back, but penalties cost the Cowboys in Week 12.

10. Tennessee Titans (8-4, +2500) LW: No. 6

The Titans are fading, and fading fast, without Derrick Henry. They may still win the AFC South, but they have taken a major step back the past two weeks.

11. Cincinnati Bengals (7-4, +3000) LW: No. 12

Cincinnati dismantled the Steelers in Week 12 behind a big game on the ground from Joe Mixon. It would be an impressive turnaround if Zac Taylor got this team into the playoffs after having a top five pick just a season ago.

12. San Francisco 49ers (6-5, +4000) LW: No. 15

Here come the 49ers! San Francisco held on to beat Minnesota in Week 12 and is now just a game behind the Rams in the NFC West. Kyle Shanahan's group has looked locked in the past few weeks.

13. Los Angeles Chargers (6-5, +3000) LW: No. 10

I don't think anyone in the world knows what to make of the Los Angeles Chargers. One week after a thrilling win over the Steelers, they laid an egg in Denver to fall to 6-5. This team is going nowhere until it can figure out how to stop the run.

14. Indianapolis Colts (6-6, +4000) LW: No. 13

The Colts blew a lead to the defending champs in Week 12, failing to pull within a game of the AFC South lead. Still, with the Titans losing again, Indy's playoff hopes are far from dead at this point in the season.

15. Las Vegas Raiders (6-5, +15000) LW: No. 18

The Raiders were able to save their season and upset the Cowboys on Thanksgiving. Now, along with the Chargers and Broncos, they sit at 6-5 behind the Chiefs in the AFC West. This division is going to be wild to end the season.

16. Cleveland Browns (6-6, +4000) LW: No. 14

The Browns picked off Lamar Jackson four times and lost. Yeah, that happened. Baker Mayfield is really banged up, and the Browns offense has been putrid the past few weeks. Should it be Case Keenum time until Baker is healthy?

17. Denver Broncos (6-5, +15000) LW: No. 20

The Broncos won't go away. Denver leaned on two Pat Surtain II interceptions and its running game to beat the Chargers in Denver. Every team in the AFC West is over .500, but the Broncos will need to win a few more division games to really have a shot at the postseason.

18. Minnesota Vikings (5-6, +10000) LW: No. 16

The Vikings are clinging to the last playoff spot in the NFC, but they didn't do themselves any favors by losing to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 12.

19. Pittsburgh Steelers (5-5-1, +15000) LW: No. 17

The Steelers just aren't serious if Ben Roethlisberger is the best option at quarterback. Pittsburgh was dominated by the Bengals to fall to .500, and it's hard to see it going on another run this season.

20. Philadelphia Eagles (5-7, +20000) LW: No. 21

The Eagles still have an easy schedule the rest of the way, but they really squandered an opportunity against the Giants in Week 12.

21. New Orleans Saints (5-6, +20000) LW: No. 19

The Saints are making a change to Taysom Hill at quarterback, but it's a case of too little, too late. New Orleans was blown out by the Bills on Thanksgiving and hasn't been able to generate offense with Alvin Kamara out of the lineup.

22. Miami Dolphins (5-7, +25000) LW: No. 25

Make if four straight wins for Brian Flores, Tua Tagovailoa and company. The Dolphins are finally defending like they did in the 2020 season, and Tua has the second highest completion percentage in the NFL.

23. Washington Football Team (5-7, +50000) LW: No. 23

Three straight wins and just like that the Washington Football Team is back in the hunt in the NFC. Taylor Heinicke has done just enough to keep Washington afloat, and another 100-yard game from Antonio Gibson helped seal the win in Week 12 over Seattle.

24. Carolina Panthers (5-6, +50000) LW: No. 22

Christian McCaffrey's season is over (again) and so is Carolina's. Cam Newton struggled in the team's loss to the Dolphins and we all know how bad the Panthers looked without CMC earlier this year.

25. Atlanta Falcons (5-6, +100000) LW: No. 27

It makes no sense, but the Falcons are in the playoff hunt at 5-6. Atlanta has been atrocious in recent weeks, but it has won games against bad teams, like it did against the Jaguars in Week 12.

26. Seattle Seahawks (3-8, +25000) LW: No. 24

What has happened to Seattle's offense? The Seahawks have scored just 28 points in three games since Russell Wilson returned and are firmly out of it in the NFC. This team may need to blow things up this offseason.

27. New York Giants (4-7, +50000) LW: No. 26

The Giants came away with a win in Week 12, defeating the Eagles 13-7, but they still look inept on offense in the post-Jason Garrett era. At this point, every win is just making it harder for New York to draft a quarterback in the 2022 draft.

28. Chicago Bears (4-7, +100000) LW: No. 28

Yes, the Bears won on Thanksgiving Day. Yes, they need a last-second field goal to beat the Lions. No, Matt Nagy has not been fired. That cover everything?

29. New York Jets (3-8, +200000) LW: No. 31

The Jets beat the Texans in Zach Wilson's return to the lineup, but the rookie still has left a lot to be desired in his starts this year. Hopefully that clears up over the final few weeks of the season.

30. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-9, +200000) LW: No. 30

Jacksonville fell behind early against the Atlanta Falcons and its inept offense was unable to come all the way back. Trevor Lawrence needs some help out there.

31. Houston Texans (2-9, +200000) LW: No. 29

Houston had a chance to grab its third win of the season, but ultimately lost to the lowly Jets. There is a positive spin: Houston now had a leg up on New York for a better draft pick.

32. Detroit Lions (0-10-1, +200000) LW: No. 32

In typical Lions fashion, they lost again on Thanksgiving Day, this time allowing Andy Dalton to orchestrate a game-winning field goal drive to get it done. 0-16-1 sounds about right.

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