Power Ranking NFL 2020 – Week 12: Titans enter the Top 5, Colts leave | Touchdown Actu (NFL Actu)

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The positions are starting to stabilize in the Power Ranking. After eleven weeks and ten games for most of the teams, the forces involved are known and there are few surprises. However, this does not mean that there is no more room for nice climbs or, on the contrary, a few tumbles. This week, the Titans are in the spotlight as they have made a triple blow. They took revenge for their defeat three weeks ago against the Colts, they took the lead of the division and entered the top 5 of this ranking. Good performance.

Behind the Titans (+5), the other good news is for the Giants (+4) who are finally emerging from the bottom. In the opposite direction, few big crashes, but a lot of franchises which lose ground like the Colts (-3), the Rams (-3), the Raiders (-3), the Cardinals (-3) and the Bears ( -3).

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 (10-0)

It will not be necessary to make many mistakes, because the AFC is on the lookout behind them and Kansas City is posed as Chiefs of the pack to lead the hunt.

Week 12 & 13: reception of the Ravens and Washington Football Team.

2. Kansas City Chiefs (10-1)

7 receptions, 203 yards, 2 touchdowns and 1 somersault in 15 minutes. Tyreek Hill was on fire.

Week 13: reception of the Broncos.

3. New Orleans Saints (9-2)

The Saints did not understand why the Broncos wanted to postpone this game. In New Orleans we’ve been playing without a quarterback for two weeks and no one is complaining.

Week 13: trip to the Falcons.

4. Buffalo Bills (8-3) +1

First victory against the Chargers in 12 years. On the way to the first division title in 25 years?

Week 13: move to the 49ers.

5. Tennessee Titans (8-3) +5

Derrick Henry and the Colts end in tears.

Week 13: reception of the Browns.

6. Seattle Seahawks (8-3) +1

Fly, Seahawks Fly!

Week 13: Giants reception.

7. Indianapolis Colts (7-4) -3

Derrick Henry is still running, but what is Indianapolis doing?

Week 13: travel to the Texans.

8. Green Bay Packers (8-3) +1

Aaron Rodgers currently has the league’s best rating (117.6). If he plays to the end, Green Bay won’t be far.

Week 13: reception of the Eagles.

9. Los Angeles Rams (7-4) -3

Sean McVay is undefeated against the Cardinals since arriving in California (6-0). Now is not the time to change habits.

Week 13: trip to the Cardinals.

10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-5) -2

Tyreek Hill will have made Carlton (Davis) dance all night long.

Week 13: rest.

11. Baltimore Ravens (6-4)

It’s not easy to prepare for a match in Pittsburgh under these conditions.

Week 12 & 13: trip to the Steelers and reception of the Cowboys.

12. Miami Dolphins (7-4) +1

After a hangover, a Jets green and it starts again.

Week 13: reception of the Bengals.

13. Cleveland Browns (8-3) +2

Nothing will be easy for the Browns this year, not even a game against the Jaguars.

Week 13: trip to the Titans.

14. San Francisco 49ers (5-6) +2

Not far from Santa Barbara Gould felt at home in Los Angeles.

Week 13: receipt of Bills.

15. Las Vegas Raiders (6-5) -3

The Raiders could regret this game in a month.

Week 13: trip to the Jets.

16. Minnesota Vikings (5-6) +1

Zimmer begins to succeed in putting this attack to music.

Week 13: reception of the Jaguars.

17. Arizona Cardinals (6-5) -3

In this Bill-Murray duel, it is as often Belichick who emerged victorious against a young quarterback.

Week 13: reception of the Rams.

18. Houston Texans (4-7) +1

Deshaun Watson and JJ Watt were at the Thanksgiving party.

Week 13: reception of the Colts.

19. Atlanta Falcons (4-7) +2

For now, the interview with Raheem Morris is going pretty well.

Week 13: Raiders reception.

20. New England Patriots (5-6) +2

If they still want to believe it, everyone will have to be beaten. That is, the Chargers, Rams, Dolphins, Bills and Jets. Not easy.

Week 13: trip to the Chargers.

21. Chicago Bears (5-6) -3

There is nothing for the Bears to do this year. Even superstition can’t help it.

Week 13: reception of the Lions.

22. Carolina Panthers (4-8) -2

The Panthers are still sorely lacking in experience.

Week 13: rest.

23. New York Giants (4-7) +4

The Giants’ first win outside of the NFC East.

Week 13: trip to the Seahawks.

24. Denver Broncos (4-7) -1

We would have liked to see what their coach gave to the position of quarterback. Anyway, it couldn’t have been worse.

Week 13: trip to the Chiefs.

25. Los Angeles Chargers (3-8) -1

Bill Belichick has just praised Justin Herbert. Justin Herbert is eagerly awaited by the Patriots. Justin Herbert is going to go through an ordeal. CQFD.

Week 13: Patriots reception.

26. Detroit Lions (4-7) -1

The holiday mine is the undone mine for Patricia. Anyway, Matt looks bad.

Week 13: trip to the Bears.

27. Washington Football Team (4-7) +2

The attack is finding the right chords with his Gibson.

Week 13: trip to the Steelers.

28. Philadelphia Eagles (3-7-1) -2

It was not necessary to heat DK Metcalf too…

Week 13: trip to the Packers.

29. Dallas Cowboys (3-8) -1

They were the stuffing turkeys this Thursday.

Week 13: trip to the Ravens.

30. Cincinnati Bengals (2-8-1)

We must already think about how to help Joe Burrow for next year.

Week 13: trip to the Dolphins.

31. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-10)

It’s not easy to keep up with the pace of the Jets, but they hang on.

Week 13: trip to the Vikings.

32. New York Jets (0-11)

Only 5 games left before the end of the green wedge.

Week 13: Raiders reception.

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