2020 NFL Power Rankings Week 13

12/03/2020

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

(9-2)

I wonder how Jameis feels.


2. Pittsburgh Steelers

(11-0)

Yeah not a fan of these Wednesday games.


3. Denver Broncos

(4-7)

To be fair, not having a quarterback went about as expected.


4. Kansas City Chiefs

(10-1)

Tyreke Hill is a different type of Wide Receiver.


5. Houston Texans

(4-7)

Ooooh a cool lil two game winning streak.


6. San Francisco 49ers +24

(5-6)

That win was something in a season of injury fueled uncertainty.


7. Washington

(4-7)

Best team in the NFC East.


8. Atlanta Falcons

(4-7)

Not what I thought was coming next.


9. Las Vegas Raiders

(6-5)

How do you lose by 37 points??


10. Seattle Seahawks

(8-3)

DK Metcalf is out here bullying seasoned NFL Veterans.


11. Tennessee Titans +11

(8-3)

HUGE win.


12. Cleveland Browns

(8-3)

Two more games to that magical number.


13. Dallas Cowboys

(3-8)

It's okay, you can still make the playoffs.


14. Buffalo Bills

(8-3)

12 wins should be the target.


15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

(7-5)

Yeah, not quite the season anyone expected.


16. New England Patriots +15

(5-6)

They have a knack for losing games they shouldn't and winning games they shouldn't.


17. Miami Dolphins

(7-4)

They need to figure out the QB situation but they keep winning.


18. Green Bay Packers

(8-3)

Win doesn't tell us anything we don't know.


19. New York Giants

(4-7)

Daniel Jones injury is huge at this point in the season.


20. Philadelphia Eagles

(3-7-1)

Darius Slay should legally be able to sue the coaching staff for leaving him 1 on 1 all day.


21. Minnesota Vikings +7

(5-6)

Close to .500 again.


22. Indianapolis Colts -11

(7-4)

HUGE loss.


23. Cincinnati Bengals

(2-8-1)

Done watching Cincinnati for the year.


24. Detroit Lions

(4-7)

Just wrap up the season.


25. Baltimore Ravens

(6-5)

Impressive result considering the Covid-19 fueled obstacles.


26. New York Jets

(0-11)

5 more games, hang in there buddy.


27. Chicago Bears

(5-6)

They need to go full tank and hopefully get a quarterback.


28. Carolina Panthers -7

(4-8)

Yeah, I'll be honest, I didn't pay attention.


29. Los Angeles Chargers

(3-8)

Justin Herbert hype train still in full force.


30. Los Angeles Rams -24

(7-4)

Jared Goff has some answering to do.


31. Arizona Cardinals -15

(6-5)

Developing some bad habits.


32. Jacksonville Jaguars

(1-10)

Set up an end of season game against the Jets for the rights to Trevor Lawrence.


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