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Power Rankings Week 13

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New video power rankings for this previous week of NFL action.

Parity still reigns hard core in the NFL, which makes rankings teams a bit difficult. Even though record isn't the best indicator of talent from a week to week basis (which is why I obviously have teams with different records near each other), it is still surprising to note that almost all teams in the 10 to 20 range sit around .500. On the flip side, the rankings are bookended by a 10-1 team and a 1-10 team. How many are there at these extremes, though? Not many at all.

1) Houston Texans (10-1)

2) San Francisco 49ers (8-2-1)

3) Atlanta Falcons (10-1)

4) Denver Broncos (8-3)

5) Chicago Bears (8-3)

6) New England Patriots (8-3)

7) Baltimore Ravens (9-2)

8) New York Giants (7-4)

9) Green Bay Packers (7-4)

10) Seattle Seahawks (6-5)

11) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-5)

12) Minnesota Vikings (6-5)

13) New Orleans Saints (5-6)

14) Indianapolis Colts (7-4)

15) Cincinnati Bengals (6-5)

16) Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5)

17) St. Louis Rams (4-6-1)

18) Dallas Cowboys (5-6)

19) Arizona Cardinals (4-7)

20) Miami Dolphins (5-6)

21) Detroit Lions (4-7)

22) Tennessee Titans (4-7)

23) San Diego Chargers (4-7)

24) Washington Redskins (5-6)

25) New York Jets (4-7)

26) Buffalo Bills (4-7)

27) Carolina Panthers (3-8)

28) Philadelphia Eagles (3-8)

29) Jacksonville Jaguars (2-9)

30) Cleveland Browns (3-8)

31) Oakland Raiders (3-8)

32) Kansas City Chiefs (1-10)