NFL Week 11 is in the books, and two top-10 teams have made big statements with big wins on the road, lifting them up in the latest NFL power rankings.
Find out how we’re ranking the Cowboys and Titans now, plus the 30 other NFL teams heading into Week 12 of the 2022-23 season, from lowest to highest. The previous order is in parentheses.
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Lost Washington leaders, 23-10, to fall to 1-8-1. It looks like Texas will have a pretty firm grip on the top pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, whatever it’s worth.
Lost Baltimore Crows, 13-3, to fall to 3-8. This team just doesn’t seem to have the talent, or the quarterback, to stick with most of the competition, even though the Denver Broncos are next up in the table.
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30- Chicago Bears (29).
Lost to the Atlanta Falcons, 27-24, to fall to 3-8. The Bears have lost their last three games by seven points, even with a stellar performance by Justin Fields.
29- Pittsburgh Steelers (26).
Lost to the Cincinnati Bengals, 37-30, to fall to 3-7. The Steelers have some winnable games ahead of them, starting with the Colts on Monday Night Football in Week 12.
28- Denver Broncos (25).
Lost to the Las Vegas Raiders in overtime, 22-16, to fall to 3-7. The grass isn’t always greener on the other side, Russell Wilson.
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27. Los Angeles Rams (22).
Lost to the New Orleans Saints, 27-20, to fall to 3-7. The defending Super Bowl champions have now lost four straight games and face the Chiefs in Kansas City in Week 12.
26. Cleveland Browns (24).
Lost to the Buffalo Bills, 31-23, to fall to 3-7. Deshaun Watson can return to the team after Week 12. Will it even matter to the Browns?
25- Jacksonville Jaguars (30).
Entered a bye in Week 11 with a 3-7 record. Jaguar’s schedule is tough. They have the Ravens, Lions, Titans, Cowboys and Jets in the next five weeks.
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24- The Las Vegas Raiders 31 team.
They beat the Denver Broncos in overtime, 22-16, to improve the score to 3-7. This team has had some difficult breaks this season, but you can’t forget that with Davante Adams he always has a chance at getting passes.
23. Green Bay Packers 20.
Lost to the Tennessee Titans, 27-17, to fall to 4-7. We thought the Packers might have turned a corner with a win over the Cowboys. The Titans brought them back in Week 11.
22- New Orleans Saints (28).
Beat the Los Angeles Rams, 27-20, to improve the score to 4-7. When we get ready to write off the Saints, they’re a huge win. The NFC South is bad, so that’s good for the Saints’ playoff chances.
21- Arizona Cardinals (19)
Lost to the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football to fall to 4-7. Does anyone have any confidence that Cliff Kingsbury and the Cardinals can turn things around?
20. Indianapolis Colts (18)
Lost to the Philadelphia Eagles, 17-16, to fall to 4-6-1. The Colts had the Eagles on the ropes in Week 11. This team is playing hard under interim head coach Jeff on Saturday.
19. Detroit Lions (23)
Beat the New York Giants, 31-18, to improve the score to 4-6. Guess the team with the longest winning streak in the NFC? Yes, the Lions, who won three straight games before their Thanksgiving showdown with the Bills.
18. Atlanta Falcons (21)
Beat the Chicago Bears, 27-24, to improve their score to 5-6. This team remains surprising. We wouldn’t be surprised if she somehow wins the NFC South.
17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (16)
Entered the NFL bye in Week 11 with a 5-5 record. The Buccaneers hold a half-game advantage over the Falcons in the NFC South. The two teams interestingly face off to close out the regular season in Week 18.
16. Los Angeles Chargers (14)
Lost to the Kansas City Chiefs, 30-27, to fall to 5-5. This team has been battered by injuries to its receiving teams, but it is still in the midst of chasing down the AFC qualifiers.
15- Washington leaders (17).
Beat the Houston Texans, 23-10, to improve the score to 6-5. It appears that Ron Rivera’s decision to stay with Taylor Hynecke was the right one. After hosting the Falcons, the Chiefs face the Giants before and after their bye week.
14- New York Jets (9)
Lost to the New England Patriots, 10-3, to fall to 6-4. The Jets’ defense deserved better than its offense. Scoring three points is not enough.
13. New England Patriots 15
beat the New York Jets, 10-3, to improve to 6-4. East Asia is certainly not the least. All four teams are over .500 with the Patriots now 6-4.
12 – Cincinnati Bengals (13)
Beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 37-30, to improve to 6-4. The Bengals re-emerge after a rocky start to the season, but the Titans and Chiefs are next on their schedule.
11. Seattle Seahawks (11)
Entered the NFL bye in Week 11 with a record of 6-4. The Seahawks farewell came at a perfect time after their loss to the Pirates. They have the Raiders, Rams, and Panthers the next three weeks.
10. San Francisco 49ers (12).
Beat the Arizona Cardinals, 38-10, to improve the score to 6-4. This team is considered a legitimate Super Bowl contender by many, and they sure looked a part in Monday Night Football’s victory over the Cardinals.
9. New York Giants (4)
Lost to the Detroit Lions, 31-18, to fall to 7-3. The Giants are 3-1 away from home and 4-2 at home. They play the Cowboys in a big NFC East game on Thanksgiving Day.
8 – Baltimore Ravens (8)
Beat the Carolina Panthers, 13-3, to improve the score to 7-3. The Ravens have won four straight games and have the Jaguars, Broncos, Steelers, and Browns next in the table.
7- Minnesota Vikings (2)
Lost to the Dallas Cowboys, 40-3, to fall to 8-2. This team’s two losses came against the Eagles and the Cowboys. The Vikings are 8-2, but are outscored 231-229 on the season.
6- Buffalo Bills (6)
Beat the Cleveland Browns, 31-23, to improve the score to 7-3. The Bills moved into a tie with the Dolphins for the first time in the AFC East with a win on Sunday even though Miami currently owns the tiebreaker.
5. Tennessee Titans (10)
Beat the Green Bay Packers, 27-17, to improve to 7-3. After starting the season 0-2, the Titans’ only loss was a 20-17 overtime setback at the Chiefs. Tough tests loomed against the Bengals and the Eagles.
4 – Miami Dolphins (5)
Entered the NFL bye in Week 11 with a 7-3 record. The Dolphins won five straight games entering the NFL Week 12 game against Texas.
3 – Dallas Cowboys (7)
beat the Minnesota Vikings, 40-3, to improve the score to 7-3. Vikings were completely destroyed by cowboys. We have to give them credit for that. They seem like a legitimate Super Bowl threat in the NFC.
2 – Kansas City Chiefs (3)
Beat the Los Angeles Chargers, 30-27, to improve to 8-2. Patrick Mahomes’ connection to Travis Kelce is private. How many touches will they collect as team members?
1. Philadelphia Eagles (1)
He improved to 9-1 with a 17-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts. The Eagles didn’t impress in the win over the Colts, but a win is a win. This team is still 9-1.
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This article originally appeared in the Arizona Republic: Week 12 NFL Power Rankings: Cowboys and Titans make a statement with wins