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Week 17: NFL Power Rankings

Posted Dec 25, 2012

Here are the jaguars.com NFL power rankings entering Week 17. And we all know how critical these are...

1. New England Patriots (11-4) | 2 | Beating Jaguars moves you up

2. Atlanta Falcons (13-2) | 4 | Most consistent team in NFC this season

3. Denver Broncos (12-3) | 5 | NFL’s longest winning streak

4. Houston Texans (12-3) | 3 | Can secure AFC’s top seed with victory Sunday

5. San Francisco 49ers (10-4-1) | 1 | Looked like a tired team Sunday

6. Green Bay Packers (11-4) | 6 | A little overlooked – they shouldn’t be

7. Seattle Seahawks (10-5) | 7 | Should probably be higher – maybe a lot

8. Washington Redskins (9-6) | 8 | Still need to win to clinch NFC East

9. Baltimore Ravens (10-5) | 9 | Signs of life at last

10. Indianapolis Colts (10-5) | 10 | Season’s most remarkable turnaround

11. Minnesota Vikings (9-6) | 13 | Win Sunday and they’re in

12. Cincinnati Bengals (9-6) | 14 | Time to take these guys seriously

13. Dallas Cowboys (8-7) | 12 | Bad loss Sunday, but still control their destiny

14. Chicago Bears (9-6) | 15 | May be odd-man out in NFC

15. New York Giants (8-7) | 11 | Playoff miracle unlikely this year

16. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8) | 16 | That’s it. They’re done

17. New Orleans Saints (7-8) | 17 | They’d be dangerous if they were in it.. They’re not

18. St. Louis Rams (7-7-1) | 19 | Quietly, one of NFC’s best turnarounds

19. Miami Dolphins (7-8) | 22 | Better than just about everyone thought

20. San Diego Chargers (6-9) | 21 |Time running out on Chargers leaders

21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-9) | 18 | Six and four seems like a long time ago

22. New York Jets (6-9) | 20 | Bad situation just gets worse

23. Carolina Panthers (6-9) | 24 | Building a foundation for next season

24. Cleveland Browns (5-10) | 23 | Better days coming soon

25. Detroit Lions (4-11) | 25 | No way anyone expected 11 losses from these guys

26. Buffalo Bills (5-10) | 26 | Firmly at bottom of AFC East

27. Philadelphia Eagles (4-11) | 28 | Farewell Andy Reid?

28. Oakland Raiders (4-11) | 29 | Lots of farewells in lower 20s

29. Tennessee Titans (5-10) | 27 | Another week, another one-sided loss

30. Arizona Cardinals (5-10) | 30 | Well, that didn’t last

31. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-12) | 31 | No quit, but still no victory Sunday

32. Kansas City Chiefs (2-12) | 32 | Comfortably in 32nd

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