AK4NINER Power Rankings - After Week 11

Can you believe that each team has already played 10 games? Only six left for each team.

As I did for week five, here is how I list my power rankings.

  1. Win/Loss Record
  2. Opponent Strength of Schedule. However, this time I adjusted it so it counts all teams the opponents played except the team being analyzed.
  3. In case of a tie between the first two, I just picked who I thought was better.

AKRANKings - Week 11

  1. Houston Texans 9-1 51.1%
  2. Atlanta Falcons 9-1 41.1%
  3. Baltimore Ravens 8-2 45.6%
  4. San Francisco 49ers 7-2-1 54.4%
  5. Denver Broncos 7-3 56.7%
  6. Green Bay Packers 7-3 55.6%
  7. New England Patriots 7-3 52.8%
  8. Chicago Bears 7-3 51.1%
  9. Seattle Seahawks 6-4 51.1%
  10. New York Giants 6-4 49.4%
  11. Minnesota Vikings 6-4 47.2%
  12. Pittsburgh Steelers 6-4 45.6%
  13. Indianapolis Colts 6-4 43.3%
  14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6-4 37.8%
  15. Dallas Cowboys 5-5 55.6%
  16. New Orleans Saints 5-5 45.6%
  17. Cincinnati Bengals 5-5 40.0%
  18. Tennessee Titans 4-6 56.7%
  19. Arizona Cardinals 4-6 56.7%
  20. New York Jets 4-6 56.7%
  21. Washington Redskins 4-6 50.6%
  22. Detroit Lions 4-6 50.0%
  23. Buffalo Bills 4-6 48.3%
  24. Miami Dolphins 4-6 45.0%
  25. San Diego Chargers 4-6 43.3%
  26. St. Louis Rams 3-6-1 53.3%
  27. Philadelphia Eagles 3-7 51.1%
  28. Oakland Raiders 3-7 48.9%
  29. Carolina Panthers 2-8 58.9%
  30. Cleveland Browns 2-8 51.1%
  31. Jacksonville Jaguars 1-9 58.9%
  32. Kansas City Chiefs 1-9 50.0%
A few awards that I just thought up that mean nothing but I thought was cool.

The "I got to kiss my sister" award - Carolina Panthers. Ties for the toughest schedule so far and has the best record of the two.

Runner up: Jacksonville Jaguars. If only they had beaten the Texans...

The "I don't just suck, I blow" award - San Diego Chargers. Not only have they lost their last 5 games, but they really haven't played too many tough teams.

Runner up: Cincinnati Bengals. I thought about KC and Jacksonville, but they had tougher schedules.

The "Comeback team of the year" award - Denver Broncos.

Runner up: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Niners Nation's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Niners Nation's writers or editors.

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