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Week 14 NFL Power Rankings

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Dec 11, 2016; Orchard Park, NY, USA; A Pittsburgh fan holds up a sign during a game between the Buffalo Bills and the Pittsburgh Steelers at New Era Field. Pittsburgh beat Buffalo 27-20. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

Dec 11, 2016; Orchard Park, NY, USA; A Pittsburgh fan holds up a sign during a game between the Buffalo Bills and the Pittsburgh Steelers at New Era Field. Pittsburgh beat Buffalo 27-20. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

What a week in the NFL. The playoffs are right around the corner and multiple teams are still vying for those four coveted wild card spots. The Cowboys found out the kryptonite was in their division the whole time, Le’Veon Bell is the most prolific Bell since Liberty and Aaron Rodgers is looking more and more like the State Farm Aaron Rodgers and less like the Shape Up’s Joe Montana. Speaking of Shape Up’s Joe Montana, the Browns still haven’t won a game even with RGIII returning behind the center, at this point it is not looking good for them to make the playoffs, but at least they’ll draft Lamar Jackson with the first overall pick and everything will be ok next year… This is the Week 14 NFL Power Rankings.

32.     15578552015        Cleveland Browns

Record: 0-13
Last Week: 32

The Browns are running out of options and if the flea flicker from their own end zone is any indication of where the team is at mentally, we are in for a treat the rest of the season.

31.     17994552009        San Francisco 49ers

Record: 1-12
Last Week: 31

Chip Kelly remained adamant that he is not going to take the Oregon coaching position, but after what has been going on in the NFC West, he might want to get out ASAP.

30.     15988562013        Jacksonville Jaguars

Record: 2-11
Last Week: 30

Jacksonville was thiiiiis close to pulling out the win against the the Vikings, the game was tied 9-9 at one point in the first half, that’s about the only positive that the Jags can pull away from this game.

29.     364        Chicago Bears    

Record: 3-10
Last Week: 29

Alshon Jeffery will be suiting up on Monday for his first game in four weeks. Matt Barkley could use the help considering his WR core has more drops than a Chainsmokers album.

28.     594153172016       Los Angeles Rams

Record: 4-9
Last Week: 26

Ding Dong, Jeff Fisher is gone. I guess the front office was finally done with the (Bleepin) 7-9 and (Bleepin) 8-8 seasons. On deck for Fisher, probably the Jets or Browns. 

27.    v7tehkwthrwefgounvi7znf5k       New York Jets

Record: 4-9
Last Week: 28

Jets fans were rewarded for their loyalty with an OT win against the 49ers this week, unfortunately it was only their fourth win this year. With this roster, the Jets would’ve been a Lombardi contender… about 5 years ago. Up next on the docket: Finding a way to bring in Drew Brees and get Calvin Johnson to come out of retirement.

26.     8e1jhgblydtow4m3okwzxh67k        San Diego Chargers

Record: 5-8
Last Week: 24

There has to be some Charger bingo filled with all the horrible things that have happened to them this year and if you have Joey Bosa and Melvin Gordon getting hurt on your board you might as well call BINGO, because there is nothing else that could possible go wrong this season. If I’m a Charger fan, I had better expect an undefeated season blowing every team out by 30 to make things right for this season.

 

25.     907        New Orleans Saints

Record: 5-8
Last Week: 25

The Saints aren’t playing like we have come to know them in the past. Drew Brees has no touchdowns and six interceptions in his last two games. New Orleans doesn’t have any chance at getting into the playoffs, so the best they can do is work hard and execute to the best of their abilities.