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Week 17 NFL Power Rankings

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Jan 1, 2017; Santa Clara, CA, USA; Seattle Seahawks tight end Luke Willson (82) is tackled by San Francisco 49ers free safety Jaquiski Tartt (29) during the fourth quarter at Levis Stadium Seahawks defeated the 49ers 25-23. Mandatory Credit: Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports

Jan 1, 2017; Santa Clara, CA, USA; Seattle Seahawks tight end Luke Willson (82) is tackled by San Francisco 49ers free safety Jaquiski Tartt (29) during the fourth quarter at Levis Stadium Seahawks defeated the 49ers 25-23. Mandatory Credit: Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL regular season is finished and the playoff picture is set. There are teams that have been in the playoffs for years now and teams that are making their first appearance in over a decade. Things should get interesting as teams who met earlier in the year will face off again and new match-ups are formed. This is the final regular season power rankings.

 

32.     15578552015        Cleveland Browns

Record: 1-15
Last Week: 32

Cleveland almost pulled out their second win of the year and almost lost the first overall pick with it, luckily the first pick is safe with them, and Browns’ fans can almost be guaranteed a better season next year.

31.     594153172016       Los Angeles Rams

Record: 4-12
Last Week: 31

With a new coach next year, the sky is the limit for the 4-12 Rams. The defense is there, the offense could use some help, but the season can’t be nearly as bad without Jeff Fisher behind the wheel.

 

30.     17994552009        San Francisco 49ers

Record: 2-14
Last Week: 30

The 49ers’ 2-14 record is good enough for them to secure the second overall pick next year, as for the head coaching position, there are some rumors swirling around, but it is still way to early to tell.

 

29.     v7tehkwthrwefgounvi7znf5k       New York Jets

Record: 5-11
Last Week: 29

Nothing worse than seeing a professional sports team give up. That’s exactly what the Jets have done the past couple weeks. If you aren’t going to win, at least try, because there are other teams who would love to be in a better position.

 

28.     364        Chicago Bears    

Record: 3-13
Last Week: 28

Cutler wasn’t the answer, now Barkley isn’t the answer. This team needs to fill that QB spot with a capable person who can get Alshon the ball 30 times a game.

 

27.     15988562013        Jacksonville Jaguars

Record: 3-13
Last Week: 27

For the second time this season, Blake Bortles looked like a real NFL QB, given it was in another game that didn’t count, but still.

 

26.     8e1jhgblydtow4m3okwzxh67k        San Diego Chargers

Record: 5-11
Last Week: 26

No more Mike McCoy after the unfortunate start and finish to the Chargers’ season. The Chargers were single digit points away from stealing a positive record this year, but we saw them invent new ways to blow their lead and wins.

 

25.     403        Cincinnati Bengals

Record: 6-9-1
Last Week: 25

If it wasn’t for the injury bug that struck the Bengals this year, they could have been a very good team with chances of making it back to the playoffs again. This will be a team to watch next year with AJ Green and Tyler Eifert healthy.