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Hello NFL fan! We have AFC Power Rankings Week 13 ready for you. This week da Sports Commish share their power ranking tables and tell you a little bit why they chose the specific power ranking order in the comments below. Find out more about NFC Power Ranking Week 13 here on Sports Talk Line, or check out other NFL Power Ranking for even more in-depth power ranking information.

Check Out AFC Power Rankings Week 13 Table

Joshua Griffith
Baltimore, Ravens, AFC North1112
New England, Patriots, AFC East2221
Kansas City, Chiefs, AFC West3433
Buffalo, Bills, AFC East4345
Houston, Texans, NFC South5554
Indianapolis, Colts, AFC South6876
Pittsburgh, Steelers, AFC North7688
Oakland, Raiders, AFC West8797
Tennessee, Titans, AFC South99610
Cleveland, Browns, AFC North1010109
Jacksonville, Jaguars, AFC South11111112
New York, Jets, AFC East12121214
Los Angeles, Chargers, AFC West13141311
Denver, Broncos, AFC West14131413
Miami, Dolphins, AFC East15151515
Cincinnati, Bengals, AFC North16161616
dasportscommishFor the first time since week 1 New England Patriots didn't make it to my #1 Power Ranking spot. Ravens have been hanging in top 3 for a while and this week is the week they finally made it to the top! Ravens obliterated both 2019 Super Bowl finalists and if that's not enough to grant you #1 spot I don't know what is. Even though Pats have the best record and arguably the best defense in the league they are not flying as smoothly as they used to. Pats are my pick on Sunday vs. Texans. Kansas City Chiefs are back after a bye week 12. Well rested Chiefs will face Oakland Raiders. Raiders very poor performance in week 12 suggest that Chiefs should have an upper hand but hey you never know it football, so don't take my word for it and watch the game and find out yourself!

Patriots Remain On Top Week 13 AFC Power Rankings

Coming on a defensive 13-9 against the Dallas Cowboys. The Patriots remain in the number one seed in the AFC for me. Following a close second and handing the Pats their only loss of the year. The Baltimore Ravens are my number 2 seed. Kansas City rounds out the top 3 of teams I think have a chance at a Superbowl. Houston Texans have played more difficult teams than the Buffalo Bills and are at 4 despite the record difference. The Colts round out my top 6. The Raiders, Steelers, and Browns to me seem like teams who could make playoff pushes. Schedules are going to make a difference in this year's AFC wildcard. The Titans, Chargers, Jags, Broncos, and Jets (Yes technically they are in the mix Van so I'll give it to you.) all have a shot so we could have an exciting finish for the playoffs. I don't contractually have to mention either the Dolphins or the Bengals do I? Nevermind did it anyways.

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