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Week 14 NFL Power Rankings

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16.     n0fd1z6xmhigb0eej3323ebwq        Buffalo Bills

Record: 6-7
Last Week: 13

Saying the Bills defense didn’t show up this week would be an understatement. They allowed Le’Veon Bell 236 yards on the ground, that’s not in multiple games or in the past three years, that is through 60 minutes of football. Bell averaged just under four yards A SECOND against Buffalo.

15.     1053       Tennessee Titans

Record: 7-6
Last Week: 19

The Titans picked up a MASSIVE win at home this week against the surging Denver Broncos. Broncos fans were expecting to steamroll the Titans after they barely beat the Bears last week, but Marcus Mariota and the Titans had another idea. They are still right in the race for the top spot in the AFC South and I am highly anticipating the week 17 game in Tennessee between the Titans and Texans.

14.     17227042013        Minnesota Vikings  

Record: 7-6
Last Week: 15

The Vikings have one option for the rest of their season; hope the defense can hold every team to zero points and hope they can kick a field goal for the win because this offense has been non-existent for a while now. They were able to put up 25 points this week, but the Jacksonville defense could have trouble stopping Alabama this year.

13.     dcy03myfhffbki5d7il3        Green Bay Packers

Record: 7-6
Last Week: 16

Lambeau has to be the place that Seattle fears the most. Green Bay is the only team in the NFL who have beaten Russell Wilson by more than 10 points and they have done it twice now. Aaron Rodgers is 16-2 at home in December, needless to say, he owns December. The defense took the ball away six times and only gave up 10 points, if Green Bay makes the playoffs, Seattle had better hope the game is in Seattle.

12.     pfiobtreaq7j0pzvadktsc6jv        Seattle Seahawks

Record: 8-4-1
Last Week: 5

What in the world happened to Seattle in Green Bay? Russell Wilson looked like Brock Osweiler all afternoon; missing throws and bad reads lead to Russell throwing five interceptions, it’s the most he has thrown in a single game throughout his career, he had five interceptions on the year coming into this game. Seattle isn’t the powerhouse everyone thinks they could be, I would say it was luck putting up that many points against Carolina, I don’t see them putting up more than 21 the rest of the season. 

11.    im5xz2q9bjbg44xep08bf5czq        Washington Redskins  

Record: 7-5-1
Last Week: 12

The Eagles controlled most of this game in terms of possession, but Kirk Cousins did well with what he was given. He averaged 11 yards per attempt on only 21 throws. DeSean Jackson was back to his old self on a huge play for an 80 yard touchdown. 

10.     17636702014        Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Record: 8-5
Last Week: 11

The Buccaneer’s defense is the best in the league right now, they have shut opponents down, they are on a five game win streak right now and that doesn’t look to be stopping anytime soon. They have allowed just under 13 points a game for the past five weeks and they go up against one of the best offenses in the NFL in Dallas this week.

9.     299        Atlanta Falcons

Record: 8-5
Last Week: 10

The Falcons destroyed Los Angeles this week and we all knew it was going to be one of those games for LA from the opening kickoff, which was dropped and Atlanta recovered on LA’s three yard line. Without Julio or Sanu the Falcons proceeded to put up 42 points. It wasn’t the run game that did it either, Freeman finished the game with just six rushing yards.