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2020 NFL Power Rankings Week 11
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.
Last week, the Saints took over the number 1 spot for the first time, and this might be their last week on top after the unfortunate Drew Brees injury. Who knows though, Jameis Winston might ball out. There wasn't a lot of movement this week but that DeAndre Hopkins catch deserves to be mentioned.
Tune in next week to see how the Power Rankings change.
1. New Orleans Saints
Jameis Winston is going to surprise us.
2. Pittsburgh Steelers
They have only played 3 teams with winning records.
3. Miami Dolphins
This is an elite team, I am convinced.
4. Kansas City Chiefs
Patrick Mahomes is now the leader in the MVP race.
5. New England Patriots +17
One more game.
6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
These wins feel more and more meaningless.
7. Cincinnati Bengals
Still plenty of reasons to be encouraged.
8. Atlanta Falcons
The quest for .500 resumes.
9. Las Vegas Raiders
11 wins is a realistic target.
10. Arizona Cardinals +4
DeAndre Hopkins deserves a bonus check from the Jordan brand.
11. Indianapolis Colts
They'll shock someone in the playoffs.
12. Cleveland Browns
10 wins is the target here.
13. Minnesota Vikings
Okay all of a sudden, they have a chance.
14. Buffalo Bills -4
Unfortunate to lose like that.
15. Los Angeles Rams +1
Jalen Ramsey is still elite.
16. Seattle Seahawks -1
Have never seen someone fall out of the MVP race like this.
17. Denver Broncos
Not sure what they do.
18. Green Bay Packers
This feels worse than a 7-2 team.
19. New York Giants +1
The Giants might really make the playoffs.
20. Philadelphia Eagles -1
You can't lose that game.
21. Detroit Lions +2
This is not that bad of a team.
22. Baltimore Ravens -17
Had to hold that loss against them.
23. Washington -2
Good to see Alex Smith back and playing well.
24. Carolina Panthers
Tough times never last.
25. Tennessee Titans
They have to beat out the Colts.
26. New York Jets
7 more games and you're good.
27. Chicago Bears
Wow, this changed fast.
28. Dallas Cowboys
Lets just end the season.
29. Los Angeles Chargers
Get to 4 wins.
30. San Francisco 49ers
They need a new Quarterback already.
31. Houston Texans
Must have hurt seeing DeAndre Hopkins do that.
32. Jacksonville Jaguars
Plenty of Quarterbacks in this next draft.
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