NFC Power Rankings Week 14

Do You Agree With Your Team’s Ranking: NFC Power Rankings Week 13

NFC Power Rankings Week 13 Preview

Hello NFL fan! We have NFC 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 AFC 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 NFC Power Rankings Week 13 Table

Joshua Griffith
San Francisco, 49ers, NFC West1111
Seattle, Seahawks, NFC West2322
New Orleans, Saints, NFC South3233
Green Bay, Packers, NFC North4544
Minnesota, Vikings, NFC North5455
Dallas, Cowboys, NFC East6666
Los Angeles, Rams, NFC West7878
Carolina, Panthers, NFC South81097
Philadelphia, Eagles, NFC East97119
Chicago, Bears, NFC North109810
Tampa Bay, Buccaneers, NFC South11111013
Detroit, Lions, NFC North12131211
Atlanta, Falcons, NFC South13141312
Arizona, Cardinals, NFC West14121414
New York, Giants, NFC East15151515
Washington, Redskins, NFC East16161616
dasportscommishAfter Sunday Night Football superior 49ers performance over Packers there is no question who is #1 in NFC power rankings. We shall see a very interesting game in week 13 as my NFC and AFC power rankings #1 team meet. Let's see who will be coming to week 14 as the ultimate NFL #1 team. New Orleans Saints got a close W in week 12 vs Panthers. Saints will meet Falcons in week 13 and presumably this should turn into another W for Saints with presumably not as tight points margin. Seattle #3 will face Minnesota #4 in Week 13 MNF. This will be a critical game for both teams and can easily decide who can make it to playoffs.

NFC Power Rankings In Week 13 49ers A Top The Tables

After a convincing win against the Green Bay Packers. San Francisco 49ers remain at the top of my NFC power rankings. Handing them their only loss, the Seattle Seahawks are second and are eyeing the top spot in the NFC. Three teams round out the rest of the contenders in the NFC. Saints, Packers, and Vikings should cruise into the playoffs with collapses. The Cowboys are holding on in the NFC East, they rank 6th. And Only because the Eagles don't want to play good football, they rank 9th. In between, they are the Panthers who should have won last week. And the Rams, they are heading down to the basement.  Bears could make a late run but it isn't likey. Bucs, Lions, Falcons, Cards are the bad but not terrible teams. Giants and Redskins are terrible. How are the Eagles and Cowboys records as bad as they are in that conference? I guess they each have 2 wins left in the division.

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