2020 NFL Power Ranking – Week 10: Birds bite | Touchdown Actu (NFL Actu)

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Bad times to be a bird in the NFL right now. Aside from the and Cardinals (+1) rescued at the last moment and the Falcons (+2) on rest, everyone else is in trouble this week. At the top of the standings, Ravens (-1) and Seahawks (-3) lose ground, while the Eagles (-2) continue their disastrous season. While conversely, in the top 10, the Buccaneers (+3) and Colts (+3) are replaced after a complicated week 9.

The very good operation of the weekend comes in any case from the Patriots (+6) who find a more decent position. The same cannot be said anyway for the Titans (-4), Texans (-4) and Chargers (-4).

Time passes, it’s time to take stock. Here is our ranking. This hierarchy is not only based on the number of successes, but also on the form of the moment. If two teams are close and haven’t played each other recently, one wonders which one would win if the match was played today. Beating the strongest isn’t going to propel you to the top in a snap. Losing to one of the dunces won’t plunge you into the Abyss, either. You can win and tumble, bow and climb.

It is the merciless law of Power Ranking …

1. Pittsburgh Steelers (9-0)

You have to go back to 11 years to find traces of a team that started the season 9-0 and won the Super Bowl: the Saints in 2009. The example to follow for Pittsburgh.

Week 11: trip to the Jaguars.

2. Kansas City Chiefs (8-1)

They had two weeks to prepare their revenge.

Week 11: trip to the Raiders.

3. New Orleans Saints (7-2)

Saint Jameis does not have a blank check to lead the Saints.

Week 11: reception of the Falcons.

4.Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3) +3

Since the Bucs had problems on takeoff, Ronald Jones remained on the ground.

Week 11: Rams reception.

5. Baltimore Ravens (6-3) -1

They too had problems taking off because of the bad weather and got pinned to the ground… but that was during the match.

Week 11: reception of the Titans.

6. Indianapolis Colts (6-3) +3

The Colts have taken control of the South.

Week 11: reception of the Packers.

7. Buffalo Bills (7-3) -2

Posterized… for posterity.

Week 11: rest.

8. Green Bay Packers (7-2)

They got out of the Jaguars’ clutches as best they could.

Week 11: trip to the Colts.

9. Seattle Seahawks (6-3) -3

7 lost balls in two games… Russell Wilson is (again) in the process of dropping an MVP title.

Week 11: reception of the Cardinals.

10. Las Vegas Raiders (6-3) +1

If the Raiders beat the Chiefs again, we’re going to have to start taking them very seriously. Sunday barometer.

Week 11: Reception of the Chiefs.

11. Miami Dolphins (6-3) +1

What if Brian Flores was Coach of the Year?

Week 11: trip to the Broncos.

12. Arizona Cardinals (6-3) +1

Would you like to pick up a bit of Hail Murray?

Week 11: trip to the Seahawks.

13. Los Angeles Rams (6-3) +1

This week, Darious Williams and Jalen Ramsey made their case in the debate for the league’s best cornerback duo

Week 11: trip to the Buccaneers.

14. Tennessee Titans (6-3) -4

Ravens, Colts, Browns… the Titans will have to be strong to stay in the race.

Week 11: trip to the Ravens.

15. Minnesota Vikings (4-5)

Even without a Lightning Cook, the Vikings remain attached to this NFC North thanks to their victory.

Week 11: Cowboys reception.

16. Cleveland Browns (6-3) +2

The return of Nick Chubb must have appealed to fans… less to Fantasy League players.

Week 11: reception of the Eagles.

17. San Francisco 49ers (4-6) -1

The week of truce comes at the right time.

Week 11: rest.

18. Chicago Bears (5-5) -1

Lazor on the attack is no better than Nagy on the microphone apparently.

Week 11: rest.

19. New England Patriots (4-5) +6

In the rain and thanks to their ground game, they came to Ravens mud.

Week 11: travel to the Texans.

20. Atlanta Falcons (3-6) +2

The Falcons arrive in Louisiana with full confidence.

Week 11: trip to the Saints.

21. Detroit Lions (4-5) +5

Whenever you think Matt Patricia is finished, he saves his skin at the last minute.

Week 11: trip to the Panthers.

22. Philadelphia Eagles (3-5-1) -2

0/9 on third attempt. How did Carson Wentz go from being an MVP contender to being one of the worst pitchers in the league in such a short time?

Week 11: move to the Browns.

23. Houston Texans (2-7) -4

The Texans have only beaten Jacksonville this year and they won’t be playing the Jaguars again until 2021.

Week 11: Patriots reception.

24. Carolina Panthers (3-7)

If Teddy Bridgewater is unavailable, the Panthers will have to rely on PJ Walker or hope Will Grier is on fire.

Week 11: reception of the Lions.

25. Los Angeles Chargers (2-7) -4

For this team to become special, it will be necessary to make real progress on the « Special Teams ».

Week 11: reception of the Jets.

26. Cincinnati Bengals (2-6-1) -3

In combined, the Ravens and Steelers have beaten Cincinnati 63-13 this season. There is still work to be done for the Bengals.

Week 11: trip to Washington Football Team.

27. New York Giants (3-7) +1

Daniel Jones was expected and he was good. We’d be tempted to say it’s good, but he even scored a touchdown in the race.

Week 11: rest.

28. Denver Broncos (3-6) -1

Drew Loque worries more and more in Denver.

Week 11: reception of the Dolphins.

29. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8) +2

A Jack on the Flop. Nice poker move for Myles. It is missed.

Week 11: Reception of the Steelers.

30. Washington Football Team (2-7) -1

Alex Smith didn’t win the game, but he did at least earn his starting spot in the capital.

Week 11: reception of the Bengals.

31. Dallas Cowboys (2-7) -1

Dalton isn’t being asked to be Dak Prescott, but with Cooper, Elliott, Gallup and Lamb, he should be able to at least do the minimum.

Week 11: trip to the Vikings.

32. New York Jets (0-9)

Only 7 games left before the end of the green wedge. (This week at least they haven’t lost.)

Week 11: trip to the Chargers.

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