NFL Power Rankings – Week 15

Only two more weeks left this season. Are the undefeated Panthers still number one?

  1. Carolina Panthers (14-0)

  2. Arizona Cardinals (12-2)          

  3. New England Patriots (12-2)      

  4. Green Bay Packers (10-4)

  5. Seattle Seahawks (9-5)

  6. Cincinnati Bengals (11-3)

  7. Kansas City Chiefs (9-5)

  8. Pittsburgh Steelers (9-5)       

    The Steelers are coming off a very impressive win, coming back from 17 down to beat the Broncos. They still might not make the playoffs though. They could even win out and still miss the playoffs. That would be a real shame as Pittsburgh looks like one of the best teams.ROETHLISBERGER_ANTONIO_BROWN

    With Ben Roethlisberger, the Steelers have the top offense in the league. He just hasn’t played in all of their games.

  9. Denver Broncos (10-4)       

  10. New York Jets (9-5)

  11. Minnesota Vikings (9-5)  

  12. Houston Texans (7-7)        

  13. Buffalo Bills (6-8)

  14. Oakland Raiders (6-8)  

  15. Washington Redskins (7-7)

  16. Philadelphia Eagles (6-8)       SAM_BRADFORD_EAGLES 

    The Eagles got destroyed Sunday night but they’re still in the playoff race. If they win their last two games they can win the NFC East. It’s unlikely they would do anything in the playoffs though as they’re just not that good. They’re clearly better with Bradford at QB but last week’s game showed that they’re not a real threat.

  17. Atlanta Falcons (7-7)  

  18. New York Giants (6-8)         

  19. Indianapolis Colts (6-8)        

  20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-8)

  21. Detroit Lions (5-9)

  22. Chicago Bears (5-9)          

  23. St. Louis Rams (5-9)         

  24. San Diego Chargers (4-10)

  25. Jacksonville Jaguars (5-9)

  26. Miami Dolphins (5-9)

  27. Baltimore Ravens (4-10)          

    There’s not much to write about the Ravens. Their season was likely to be disappointing even before all of the injuries piled up. The silver lining is a likely top ten pick in next year’s draft.

  28. New Orleans Saints (5-9)          

  29. Dallas Cowboys (4-10)

  30. Cleveland Browns (3-11)          JOHNNY_MANZIEL_BROWNS

    The Browns season hasn’t been a disaster only because no one expected anything from them. Still, there isn’t much to be optimistic about either. There really weren’t any standout performances even in a poor season. They’re not good offensively or defensively.

  31. Tennessee Titans (3-11)

  32. San Francisco 49ers (4-10)

Tony’s Thursday Night Pick

The Chargers have played better against the spread on the road this season however, the Chargers are probably emotionally drained after last week’s possible final game in San Diego. The Chargers season is over and we might see the team pack it in.

The Pick: Raiders -6


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