Seahawks.NET Power Rankings - Week Thirteen

Seahawks.NET's Dylan Johnson provides weekly NFL Power Rankings through the regular season and postseason. Dylan sees who can clinch a playoff berth and who could be mathmatically eliminated from playoff contention this coming weekend in the NFL.

This Week
Team
Commentary
Last Week
Dif.
1
The Bolts have pulled away from what looked like the toughest division in the AFC just a few short weeks ago.
2
1
2
Are the Colts really this average on offense, or is Dungy and company playing possum?
1
-1
3
The Patriots have been winning despite some seriously sloppy play. Still, this team seems to find a way to win, which is more than you can say for most every other team this year.
4
1
4
The Ravens offense was totally stymied by the Bengals last week and the defense was unable to save the game.
3
-1
5
The Bears may have clinched the first Playoff spot of 2006, but there's trouble under center and that usually leads to one and done in January.
5
0
6
Romo looked human for 3 quarters, but led his team downfield with only a few ticks left on the clock to give them a shot at the win.
6
0
7
Memo to Tim Ruskell: re-sign Josh Brown today. If you wait until the offseason, Josh will kicking in Dallas next year.
7
0
8
The team that should have been everyone's "sleeper" pick this year has been tearing up the NFC all season long.
8
0
9
The Jags won a game on the road, which is something they're going to have to do in the post-season if they want to make a run this year.
11
2
10
Cincy has ripped of three straight wins and has put themselves back into the postseason picture.
14
4
11
Chad Pennington isn't the most sturdy QB in the world … why is he still on the field in the 4th Quarter with a huge lead?
15
4
12
Jake Plummer 7-4. Jay Cutler 0-1. Denver - on the outside looking in.
10
-2
13
The Chiefs defense allowed someone named Derek Anderson kick their butts up and down the field in the fourth quarter. Playoff teams don't do that.
9
-4
14
After watching the Giants play this season, I'm convinced that Tom Coughlin is costing his teams wins with … odd choices at critical points in the game.
12
-2
15
The Eagles win on Monday night not only put them into contention, but if the season ended today, they'd be IN.
20
5
16
The Panthers have been unable to finish games this season, and it's put them on the outside looking in.
13
-3
16
The Falcons dug deep and got a win. The question is, can they keep it going?
17
1
18
Miami so desperately needs some offense. Still, they're going to be a tough opponent for the rest of the season.
16
-2
19
The Titans have found a groove, and that spells trouble for the rest of the teams on Tennessee's schedule.
23
4
20
A little too little, a little too late.
24
4
21
The Bills took the Chargers down to the wire but couldn't finish the job. They're on the rise but not there yet.
21
0
22
San Francisco is much improved over last year, but still needs a little more to challenge for the division crown.
19
-3
23
The Rams can only hope for a Wildcard berth now, and even that seems to be too much to ask of a team that got spanked by the Cardinals last week.
18
-5
24
The Bears TRIED to give away the game, but the Vikings wouldn't take it.
22
-2
25
The Frozen Tundra, she ain't what she used to be. The Packers are 1-5 at home including two shutouts.
25
0
26
Another year, another underperforming team of big names.
26
0
27
The Texans beat the worst team in football, to ensure they won't have to make the first pick again this year. Nobody's happier about that than the front office.
28
1
28
The Browns pulled off one of the season's most improbable wins with a backup QB. I can hear the QB controversy already.
29
1
29
Tampa Bay should be better than this.
27
-2
30
Congrats to the pundits who picked the Cardinals to win the NFC West. Your sleeper pick slept through the regular season.
32
2
31
Officially eliminated from the Playoffs, what remains to be seen is how much pride is left in Detroit.
30
-1
32
"Commitment To Excellence". Feh.
31
-1

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