NFL Power Rankings Week 10

11/12/2020

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.

Week 9 had the Buccaneers at first, but that is no longer the case after their blowout loss to the Saints. The Saints have slowly started making a real case as one of the Super Bowl favorites. The Dolphins also slide into our top 3 after taking down the Cardinals. The Dolphins might really be the real deal.

Next week there are a variety of exciting matchups.


1. New Orleans Saints +5

(6-2)

Aight, maybe this is the last year of the Super Bowl window.


2. Pittsburgh Steelers

(8-0)

I still don't think they are that good.


3. Miami Dolphins +11

(5-3)

Tua and Brian Flores might be a second coming of Brady-Belichick.


4. Kansas City Chiefs

(8-1)

15 and 1?


5. Baltimore Ravens

(6-2)

Yeah Lamar Jackson looks different.


6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -5

(6-3)

This is not a championship team.


7. Cincinnati Bengals

(2-5-1)

Everything looks better when you have a QB for the future.


8. Atlanta Falcons +9

(3-6)

Don't look now, but they are stringing together wins.


9. Las Vegas Raiders

(5-3)

A great season so far.


10. Buffalo Bills

(7-2)

Still don't know how Buffalo got this good.


11. Indianapolis Colts

(5-3)

Very average team.


12. Cleveland Browns

(5-3)

If they get 10 wins, its a good season.


13. Minnesota Vikings +10

(3-5)

Could get to .500 by week 12 and that makes things interesting.


14. Arizona Cardinals -11

(5-3)

Are the Seahawks overrated or the Dolphins underrated?


15. Seattle Seahawks

(6-2)

They'll turn it around soon.


16. Los Angeles Rams

(5-3)

They are an overrated team.


17. Denver Broncos -9

(3-5)

Tank the season.


18. Green Bay Packers +12

(6-2)

Early playoff exit coming right up.


19. Philadelphia Eagles

(3-4-1)

NFC EAST.


20. New York Giants

(2-7)

NFC EAST.


21. Washington

(2-6)

NFC EAST.


22. New England Patriots

(3-5)

Just get back to .500.


23. Detroit Lions -10

(3-5)

Not a bad season so far all things considered.


24. Carolina Panthers

(3-6)

Christian McCaffrey kinda deserves better.


25. Tennessee Titans

(6-2)

Not sure what the ceiling is for this team.


26. New York Jets

(0-9)

7 more games.


27. Chicago Bears

(5-4)

At least the season started well.


28. Dallas Cowboys

(2-7)

Pay Dak Prescott.


29. Los Angeles Chargers

(2-6)

A lot to be excited for despite the record.


30. San Francisco 49ers -12

(4-5)

Weird to think they were in the Super Bowl just 8 months ago.


31. Houston Texans

(2-6)

LOL.


32. Jacksonville Jaguars

(1-7)

New Quarterback?


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