NFL Week 10 Power Rankings

The Green Bay Packers continue to crush the rest of the league.

Here are the Week 10 NFL Power Rankings from the Phinsider.  Green Bay still sits atop the pack.  San Francisco is in second place, again.

After that, the movement starts.

The biggest gain of the week belonged to Denver, who jumped up 8 spots on the running ability of Tim Tebow.  They moved from 26th up to 18th, and coach John Fox is putting his players in the best position to win - even if it's running an option offense.

The biggest drop belonged to Baltimore, falling from third to ninth, a six position drop.  

To see the full rankings, make the jump:

LW

Team

Mosul

Matty

kmb

TCP

Remarks

1

1

Packers

1

1

1

1

Anyone else starting to worry about the Packers going undefeated this season? (kmb)

2

2

49ers

2

2

2

2

Great win over Giants sets Niners up well for the #2 seed in the NFC and a first round bye. (Matty)

3

4

Steelers

3

3

4

4

The Steelers bounced back from a tough loss to Baltimore by holding off a young, feisty Bengals squad. Steelers are still the class of the AFC North ... for now. (kmb)

4

5

Saints

5

5

3

3

Look to be establishing themselves as the dominant force in the NFC South - something that should have been done from day one (Mosul)

5

9

Patriots

6

6

5

7

After completing a season sweep of the Jets the Pats take an effective two game lead over the Jets and look to win the East yet again. (tcp)

6

8

Texans

4

4

8

9

Quietly sitting at 7&3 - just have to make sure the Matt Leinart era doesn't undo everything they've accomplished (Mosul)

7

11

Bears

7

7

6

5

Improved play in the trenches on both sides of the ball is a big reason why Chicago rolled through the last month. (kmb)

8

6

Giants

8

8

7

8

Eli is still playing well and as Eli goes so goes the Giants (tcp)

9

3

Ravens

11

9

12

6

The Ravens' inconsistent offense killed them in Seattle last Sunday. (kmb)

10

10

Bengals

10

11

9

10

An impressive showing at home against the bully Steelers. Andy Dalton will stamp his name all over that rivalry before it's over. (kmb)

11

7

Lions

9

10

11

11

Ugly loss in Chicago. A Thanksgiving Day showdown with the Packers awaits. (kmb)

12

16

Cowboys

12

12

10

12

The Cowboys continue to surge behind the play of Demarco Murray and the surprisingly solid and steady play of Tony Romo. (tcp)

13

14

Falcons

13

13

14

13

Hung tough with the Saints - but Matt Ryan can't do it all by himself (Mosul)

14

18

Raiders

14

15

13

14

Now in the driver's seat in the AFC West. If Carson Palmer keeps improving, look out. (Matty)

15

12

Jets

15

14

15

1

Looking up at the Pats the Jets now look to fight for a wild card spot. (tcp)

16

13

Bills

16

16

17

17

The free fall continues. (tcp)

17

20

Titans

17

19

16

16

A blow out of the Panthers is hard to get excited about. (Mosul)

18

26

Broncos

10

20

18

21

I don't like Tim Tebow but I love the offense John Fox is now running in Denver. Not sustainable success long-term, but enjoyable in the short-term. (Matty)

19

15

Chargers

19

17

19

18

How does Norv Turner still have a job? (Matty)

20

17

Buccaneers

18

18

21

19

Things should get worse before they get better in Tampa (Mosul)

21

21

Chiefs

22

21

20

20

Back to back home losses to bad teams might put Todd Haley back on the hot seat. (Matty)

22

19

Eagles

21

22

24

22

Someone needs to tell the "Dream Team" that the dream is over (tcp)

23

28

Cardinals

23

25

22

23

Defense has played very well last two weeks. And John Skelton doing no worse than Kevin Kolb, who right now is a huge failure in Arizona. (Matty)

24

29

Seahawks

24

26

23

24

Over 240 yards rushing the last two weeks out of Marshawn Lynch - just in time for the fantasy football playoff push. (Matty)

25

27

Jaguars

25

27

25

25

There can't possibly be a team even worse than this in the AFC South, right?

26

23

Redskins

30

24

27

28

With no quarterback the Redskin's have zero hope left for this season. (tcp)

27

22

Vikings

26

29

26

29

That Monday night game in Lambeau was unwatchable. Christian Ponder will continue to take his lumps this season. (kmb)

28

25

Panthers

28

23

29

30

The good news is, they don't need a quarterback.  The bad news is, they could use some of those W things (Mosul)

29

24

Browns

27

30

28

26

There are worse things than losing to the Rams ... like, say, Peyton Hillis' current situation. (kmb)

30

31

Dolphins

29

31

31

 

The surging Phins look to continue their climb out of the NFL cellar. (tcp)

31

30

Rams

31

28

30

31

Like the players in Miami's locker room, it's clear that Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo still has the support of his players. (Matty)

32

32

Colts

32

32

32

33*

Oh, wait, here's a team worse than the Jaguars in the AFC South. (Mosul)

*Texascowpunk rated LSU Tigers at 32.

LW

Division

Average Rank

1

1

NFC North

11.5

2

2

AFC North

12.75

3

3

NFC South

16.5

4

4

AFC East

16.25

5

6

NFC East

18

6

7

AFC South

17

7

5

AFC West

17.25

8

8

NFC West

20

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