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Week 15 NFL Power Rankings

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16.     im5xz2q9bjbg44xep08bf5czq        Washington Redskins  

Record: 7-6-1
Last Week: 11

A very poor showing by the Redskins this week. Josh Norman had something to prove going up against his old team and he was not involved a lot because the Panthers decided to run the ball most of the game. That playoff chance is not looking so great anymore. 29 yards on the ground really kills any chance the offense has at being more than one dimensional.

15.     17636702014        Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Record: 8-6
Last Week: 10

Tampa Bay could be a very difficult team to matchup against in the playoffs, they haven’t secured a spot yet, but they are right on the outskirts. The Saints and Panthers await the Bucs for their last two games, their fate lies in their hands.

14.     15041052013        Miami Dolphins

Record: 9-5
Last Week: 17

Tannehill was out this game after suffering knee injuries last week, but that didn’t stop the Dolphins offense from putting up their highest single game point total of the season. Cameron Wake got the first interception of his NFL career showing that 34 is the new 22.

13.     cwuyv0w15ruuk34j9qnfuoif9        Detroit Lions

Record: 9-5
Last Week: 7

Unfortunately for the Lions there was no comeback this week, down 11 in the 4th, Stafford threw a pick in the 4th that definitely did not help the cause. Stafford has still had a tremendous season and the Lions still hold a thin lead in their division. This is familiar territory for Detroit, let’s just hope they can close out this season better than they did last year.

12.     9ebzja2zfeigaziee8y605aqp        Denver Broncos

Record: 8-6
Last Week: 8

Tough few games for the Broncos and rumors of a divide in the locker room are looming. Denver has lost four of its last six games and a repeat is looking very unlikely at this point. The Raiders have been on a tear recently and things could get ugly for Denver if they can’t protect Trevor.

11.     n0fd1z6xmhigb0eej3323ebwq        Buffalo Bills

Record: 7-7
Last Week: 16

Shady is a man on a mission, he set the new Bill’s rushing touchdown record previously held by The Juice, OJ Simpson. McCoy also was able to surpass 1,000 rushing yards for his fifth year.

10.     dcy03myfhffbki5d7il3        Green Bay Packers

Record: 8-6
Last Week: 13

The Packers had control for most of this game, the Bears couldn’t do anything all game, then it was a whole new ball game. In classic Rodgers fashion, a Hail Mary kept the Packers in the playoff hunt and the Lions on their toes.

9.     1053       Tennessee Titans

Record: 8-6
Last Week: 15

A big win for the Titans this week and a dagger to the Colts. Down 14-0 in the 2nd, the Titans never lost hope and battled back from multiple turnovers and bad decisions to beat the Chiefs in KC, which not many have been able to do this year.