2020 NFL Power Rankings Week 12

11/26/2020

Here at the ICT Zone, our power rankings are based on a very simple philosophy. "To be the man you gotta beat the man", if a lower ranked team beats a higher ranked team, then the two teams automatically swap spots regardless of results from prior weeks.


1. New Orleans Saints

(8-2)

Okay so it wasn't Jameis Winston.


2. Pittsburgh Steelers

(10-0)

Might be the worst 10 and 0 team in NFL history.


3. Denver Broncos +14

(4-6)

That might be the most random win of the season.


4. Kansas City Chiefs

(9-1)

They just keep doing it.


5. Houston Texans +26

(3-7)

At least they finally won again.


6. Los Angeles Rams +9

(7-3)

Jalen Ramsey is by far the best cornerback in the NFL.


7. Washington +16

(3-7)

Don't know how they're in the playoff race but here we are.


8. Atlanta Falcons

(3-7)

New quarterback in their future?


9. Las Vegas Raiders

(6-4)

That scowl was corny.


10. Seattle Seahawks +6

(7-3)

Finally back in form.


11. Indianapolis Colts

(7-3)

Don't think anyone outside of Indiana has watched this team this season.


12. Cleveland Browns

(7-3)

10 wins would be magical.


13. Dallas Cowboys +15

(3-7)

Could still make the playoffs.


14. Buffalo Bills

(7-3)

Best team in the AFC East.


15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -9

(7-4)

Not as good as we thought.


16. Arizona Cardinals -6

(6-4)

This team keeps showing its youth.


17. Miami Dolphins -14

(6-4)

Not sure what the idea is with their QB situation.


18. Green Bay Packers

(7-3)

Aaron Rodgers is still a baller but . . .


19. New York Giants

(3-7)

Right in the playoff mix.


20. Philadelphia Eagles

(3-6-1)

Also right in the playoff mix.


21. Carolina Panthers +3

(4-7)

Not sure what they'll do in the draft.


22. Tennessee Titans +3

(7-3)

Derrick Henry.


23. Cincinnati Bengals -16

(2-7-1)

Is it too soon to say this franchise let joe Burrow down?


24. Detroit Lions -3

(4-6)

Oh, Detroit.


25. Baltimore Ravens -3

(6-4)

Well, the narrative around this team sure did change fast.


26. New York Jets

(0-10)

6 more games and you're done, hang in there.


27. Chicago Bears

(5-5)

Weird to think this season started with promise.


28. Minnesota Vikings -15

(4-6)

Should still get to .500


29. Los Angeles Chargers

(2-8)

This team has a ton of potential over the next three seasons.


30. San Francisco 49ers

(4-6)

This can't be the team that just played in the Super Bowl.


31. New England Patriots -26

(4-6)

Mhmmm yeah.


32. Jacksonville Jaguars

(1-9)

Relocate the team . . . I think? Idk man, idk.


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