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NFL Power Rankings Week 10


By Niko BanksPublished 5 months ago Updated 5 months ago 3 min read

10. Dolphins (6-3)

I like the Dolphins. I have always believed in Tua. I believe in the coach, and everyone believes in these weapons. BUT I have to keep it real and be objective. The Dolphins haven't won the big games, and until they prove they can do it, I won't rank them like they have. Also, a lot of the teams ahead of the Dolphins have proven they can play physically, and the Dolphins haven't.

9. Steelers (6-3)

The Steelers had a more difficult time against the Packers than expected, but they figured it out and won. The secondary seems like a weakness, but it's still good enough to make big plays. The Steelers look like a real threat in the AFC, but their past loss to the Jags prevents them from being ranked higher.

8. Jaguars (6-3)

The Jaguars have plummeted in the rankings after being badly exposed by the 49ers. The Jaguars have a lot of talent, and they can do a lot of winning and most likely get into the playoffs. However, there is a clear ceiling on this team. The Jags don't seem ready to compete with the best of the best in the NFL.

7. Cowboys (6-3)

The Cowboys just made a highlight video against the Giants. It's impressive to see an NFL team blow out another NFL team like its college. The Giants never competed with the Cowboys, and the Cowboys were so good that it felt like there wasn't even anything the Giants could have done. The Giants were just outclassed and overmatched. Plus, Dak proved that he could perform this well in the big games, too. It was a loss, but his performance against the Eagles gave fans hope that performances like this one against the Giants would translate to the tough games as well.

6. 49ers (6-3)

The 49ers are back! Along with their new defensive player, Chase Young, the 49ers dominated an excellent Jaguars team. All the questions have been answered for the 49ers. Brock Purdy threw for over 300 and didn't throw any picks. Also, clearly, Wilks wasn't the problem.

5. Browns (6-3)

The Browns are on fire. Their defense is lights out, and the 230-million-dollar QB was worth the investment. Deshaun Watson is 5-1 as a starter, 14/14 in the fourth quarter against the number-one scoring defense. This is why the Browns traded for an elite QB. They finally have a great roster with an elite QB at the helm, and Watson finally has a team that can make things easier on him.

4. The Chiefs (7-2)

The Chiefs are my least favorite seven-win team. They have the best QB and tight end. However, the offense seems average. In the last game, the Chiefs scored 14 on offense and zero points in the second half. In addition to that, they were eaten alive by the Broncos. It's hard to believe the Chiefs can win big with their offense playing like they have.

3. Ravens (7-3)

The Ravens lost a big game against the Browns. This one lies squarely at Lamar's feet. His turnovers gave the game away, and the Ravens can't do that. The Ravens still need the Lions game Lamar to show up and close out these games. However, even in this loss, the Ravens played well and nearly blew out the Browns. Plus, the Ravens have beaten the Browns before. I believe the Ravens will bounce back, but they have some things to clean up.

2. Lions (6-2)

The Lions got another impressive win. The Lions are starting to look like they are just above most teams. You might look at the Charger game and feel like it was a nail-biter, but it really wasn't. The Lions got everything they wanted. They controlled the pace, sliced through the defense like butter, and picked off Herbert.

1. The Eagles (8-1)

No team could catch up to the bank of wins the Eagles built up, even on a bye. The Eagles have officially set a new season record for most consecutive weeks at number one with 3. It's a new year, but the Eagles are the most consistent franchise yet again.


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