NFL Power Rankings Week 11

by Paul Raymond | Posted on Tuesday, November 11th, 2008

NFL Power Rankings and a cheerleaderWeek 11 was pretty predictable, but still plenty of shake ups in the Week 11 NFL Power Rankings.

1a. Tennessee Titans
1b. NY Giants
3. Carolina Panthers
4. New England Patriots
5. Pittsburgh Steelers
6. Tampa Bay Bucs
7. Washington Redskins
8. Atlanta Falcons
9. Baltimore Ravens
10. Miami Dolphins
11. NY Jets
12. Arizona Cardinals
13. Philadelphia Eagles
14. Chicago Bears
15. Indianapolis Colts
16. Jacksonville Jaguars
17. Green Bay Packers
18. Buffalo Bills
19. Minnesota Vikins
20. Denver Broncos
21. Dallas Cowboys
22. New Orleans Saints
23. Houston Texans
24. San Diego Chargers
25. San Francisco 49ers
26. Seattle Seahawks
27. Cleveland Browns
28. Oakland Raiders
29. St Louis Rams
30. Cincinnati Bengals
31. Kansas City Chiefs
32. Detroit Lions

The toughest thing for me in this weeks rankings was deciding on the #1 team. Yes, the Titans are undefeated but are they really the best team? Personally, I think the Giants are the better team and more deserving of the top dog spot, but it’s too hard to give them sole position with the Titans still without a loss. The Giants have entered the toughest part of their schedule (the toughest in the NFL for the second half) and showed no signs in slowing down against the Eagles. The score of that game was not even close to showing how much the Giants truly dominated that game. If this team can continue playing this they are going to be a really strong battled tested team come playoff time. Was last years Super Bowl just the start of something special in the Meadowlands?

Here are more rankings for you from a my good buddies James and Kellex:
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  2. James says:

    You might as well ink in my Lie-downs for dead last the rest of the season. Why didn’t they fire Marinelli with Millen? This team gave up a long time ago.

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