2018 NFL Power Rankings: Week 11

11/20/2018

2018 NFL Power Rankings: Week 11

Our power rankings are simple, to be the man you gotta beat the man. It is based solely on the week's results. If you beat a higher ranked team, you swap positions regardless of records or other outcomes. 

We have a new number one team in the Denver Broncos, after four weeks at the top the Chargers finally dropped a game to the Broncos. The Texans keep the number two spot and extend their win streak to seven games. The Bears continue their surprising season and move in to fourth accompanied with a 7-3 record.

The game of the season lived up to expectations as the Rams overcame the Chiefs in Los Angeles in a game that set many NFL records. What is already been billed by some as the greatest regular season game of all time may have given us a sneak preview of the upcoming Super Bowl.

Tune in next week to see how our power rankings shake up.


1. Denver Broncos +15 

(4-6) 


2. Houston Texans 

(7-3) 


3. New Orleans Saints 

(9-1) 


4. Chicago Bears +9 

(7-3) 


5. Cleveland Browns 

(3-6-1) 


6. Los Angeles Rams 

(10-1) 


7. Indianapolis Colts 

(5-5) 


8. Seattle Seahawks 

(5-5) 


9. Pittsburgh Steelers 

(7-2-1) 


10. Tennessee Titans 

(5-5) 


11. Baltimore Ravens +9 

(5-5) 


12. Detroit Lions +18 

(4-6) 


13. Minnesota Vikings -9 

(5-4-1) 


14. Kansas City Chiefs 

(9-2) 


15. New England Patriots 

(7-3) 


16. Los Angeles Chargers -15 

(7-3) 


17. Washington 

(6-4) 


18. New York Giants 

(3-7) 


19. Dallas Cowboys 

(5-5) 


20. Cincinnati Bengals -9 

(5-5) 


21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

(3-7) 


22. Green Bay Packers 

(4-5-1) 


23. Jacksonville Jaguars 

(3-7) 


24. Oakland Raiders +3 

(2-8) 


25. Buffalo Bills 

(3-7) 


26. Miami Dolphins 

(5-5) 


27. Arizona Cardinals -3 

(2-8) 


28. San Francisco 49ers 

(2-8) 


29. Philadelphia Eagles 

(4-6) 


30. Carolina Panthers -18 

(6-4) 


31. Atlanta Falcons 

(4-6)


32. New York Jets 

(3-7)



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