NFL Power Rankings Week 10

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Time for week 10 of the NFL Power Rankings. Games are getting more meaningful as the playoff picture is starting to shape. The Patriots were handed their first loss this season. They are ranked accordingly based on their weak schedule. I know that will get some people upset but it’s the reality.

These power rankings are based on a variety of factors you will see listed below. There is no exact mathematically formula but there is a process based on the importance of criteria, so I am not just picking teams every week based on emotion.

There is obviously subjective input to power rankings so please try not to get too upset and let’s have some fun.

The following is the NFL Power Rankings criteria by importance

  • Wins & Losses
  • Strength of Schedule
  • How good the team currently is regardless of record
  • Health of team (Yes, they may have a good record but they might have lost their starting quarterback for example.
  • Chance at Superbowl (Top 16 must be in playoff race)
  • Recent franchise history of success

All NFL Power Rankings:

Home | Wk 1  | Wk 2 | Wk 3 | Wk 4 | Wk 5

Wk 6 | Wk 7 | Wk 8 | Wk 9 | Wk 10 |

Wk 11 | Wk 12 | Wk 13 | Wk 14 | Wk 15 | Wk 16

  1. New Orleans Saints (7-1)
  2. Green Bay Packers (7-2)
  3. San Fransisco 49ers (8-0)
  4. Baltimore Ravens (6-2)
  5. New England Patriots (8-1)
  6. Seattle Seahawks (7-2)
  7. Kansas City Chiefs (6-3)
  8. Houston Texans (6-3)
  9. Minnesota Vikings (6-3)
  10. Los Angeles Rams (5-3)
  11. Carolina Panthers (5-3)
  12. Indianapolis Colts (5-3)
  13. Dallas Cowboys (5-3)
  14. Philadelphia Eagles (5-4)
  15. Buffalo Bills (6-2)
  16. Oakland Raiders (4-4)
  17. Pittsburgh Steelers (4-4)
  18. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-5)
  19. Detroit Lions (3-4-1)
  20. Tennessee Titans (4-5)
  21. Los Angeles Chargers (4-5)
  22. Chicago Bears (3-5)
  23. Denver Broncos (3-6)
  24. Arizona Cardinals (3-5-1)
  25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-6)
  26. Cleveland Browns (2-6)
  27. New York Giants (2-7)
  28. New York Jets (1-7)
  29. Atlanta Falcons (1-7)
  30. Washington Redskins (1-8)
  31. Miami Dolphins (1-7)
  32. Cincinnati Bengals (0-8)

Here you have it. Here are all 32 teams in the NFL ranked from top to bottom. Before you cry me a river check out our strength of schedule rankings to see why some teams are actually in their correct position.

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