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December 25, 2014

2014 NFL Power Rankings: Week 17

Heading into Week 17, there are three games this Sunday that will directly determine which team wins their division -- and in turn gets to host (at least) a playoff game.

In two of those three games, the loser will still get into the playoffs but face the tougher challenge of having to win on the road. In the other game (Panthers at Falcons), the loser will be watching the playoffs from their homes like the rest of us.

At the moment, the Panthers have a narrow lead in the NFC South, but they will have to go to Atlanta to face the Falcons in what is essentially a playoff game -- win and you're in. (Lose and you're out.)

Following a six-game losing streak, the Panthers have won three consecutive games with quarterback Cam Newton missing the game in the middle. While Derek Anderson played reasonably well in his spot start (and is now a perfect 2-0 against the Bucs this season), Newton has shown the dual-threat abilities that make him tough to defend in the other two games. Not only does he have a 4:1 TD-to-INT ratio in those two games, but he has rushed 24 times for 146 yards and two scores as well.

Meanwhile, Jonathan Stewart has been running the ball extremely well with DeAngelo Williams out of the lineup. Over the past four games, The Daily Show has rushed 78 times for 437 yards (5.60 yards per carry) and a touchdown.

During their three-game winning streak, their defense has held their opponents to an average 13.3 points per game and no more than 17 in any of those three games. Of course, two of those opponents are the low-scoring Buccaneers and Browns, but nonetheless they are playing better defense.

Meanwhile, the Falcons offense has been firing on all cylinders as Matt Ryan has thrown for more than 300 yards in four consecutive games. During that span, he has averaged 342 yards per game with nine touchdowns and three interceptions.

Although Julio Jones missed one of those four games, he has exceeded 100 yards in all three of the other games during that stretch and has 28 catches for 555 yards and two touchdowns in those games.

Over the past five games, the Panthers pass defense has been playing better and no wide receiver has more than 75 yards against them during that span. Coincidentally, the receiver with the 75 yards was Atlanta's Roddy White.

Regardless of who wins this game, the NFC South champion will have an under-.500 record and get to host a playoff game. The other five teams in the NFC playoffs will all have 11 or more wins.

While I think all eight division winners should get into the playoffs regardless of their records, I'd be in favor of seeding the teams based on their records, which would mean the NFC South team would be the No. 6 seed (not the No. 4 seed in this case).

Division, Possible No. 1 seed on line at Lambeau Field

More than likely, the Seattle Seahawks, who are double-digit favorites over the Rams, will own home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. And with the Seahawks playing their best football of the season, winning at Century Link will be an uphill battle for any team.

If the Seahawks lose, however, the winner of this game will be the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs. Either way, the winner will earn a first-round bye. On the flip side, the loser of this game will be the No. 6 seed.

Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers is having an MVP-caliber season and he's playing much better at home. Not only are the Packers are a perfect 7-0 at home, but Rodgers has a perfect 23:0 TD-to-INT at Lambeau this season. Rodgers is also averaging two yards more per attempt at home (9.67 Y/A at home vs. 7.31 Y/A on the road).

With balance on offense, the Packers have two receivers (Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb) with 1,200-plus yards and double-digit touchdowns as well as a 1,000-yard rusher (Eddie Lacy). Over the past eight games, Lacy has 670 rushing yards, 26 receptions for 315 yards and a total of nine touchdowns. In addition, Lacy has 100-plus YFS in all eight of those games. Lacy got off to a slow start this season and rushed for only 36 yards in his first matchup against the Lions in Week 3.

The Lions rank second in the NFL in both total defense and scoring defense and it's the first time they have ranked inside the top 10 in either category since they finished sixth in total defense in 1993.

From December 2000 to October 2013, the Packers have had the Lions' number. During that span, the Lions were 3-23 head-to-head against the Packers. Since then, however, they have won two consecutive games against the Packers by a combined margin of 59-17 although both of those games were in Detroit.

This week, the Lions are more than a touchdown underdog (-7.5) to the Packers, based on odds from sportsbook.ag.

Sunday Night Football for the AFC North Title

Regardless of his lack of success in the postseason, Cincinnati's Andy Dalton will lead the Bengals into the postseason for all four of his NFL seasons. Or maybe it's they advance to the postseason in spite of him.

Over the past four seasons, Dalton has a total of 14,514 passing yards (12th most), 97 touchdowns (11th most) and 64 interceptions (tied for second most).

In back-to-back wins over the Browns and Broncos, rookie running back Jeremy Hill has rushed for 25/148/2 and 22/147/1. Over his past eight games, Hill has four games with at least 147 rushing yards. During that eight-game span, Hill has racked up 829 rushing yards and six rushing scores while averaging 5.56 yards per carry.

On the other side, the Steelers have arguably the league's best running back in second-year back Le'Veon Bell.

Although Bell has rushed 40 times for only 110 yards in his past two games, he scored three touchdowns in those games and has a total of eight scores in the past five games.

On the year, Bell has 282 carries for 1,341 yards and eight touchdowns plus 77 receptions for 774 yards and three scores. Bell's 2,115 yards from scrimmage is a franchise single-season record.

In his first matchup against the Bengals, Bell rushed for 185 yards and two touchdowns and added six catches for 50 yards and another score in a 42-21 win on the road. If Bell has another game like he did three weeks ago, a reversal of fortune for the Bengals would seem unlikely.

Here are my Week 17 NFL power rankings:

1. Seattle Seahawks - Record: 11-4, Last Update: No. 1
2. New England Patriots - Record: 12-3, Last Update: No. 2
3. Green Bay Packers - Record: 11-4, Last Update: No. 4
4. Detroit Lions - Record: 11-4, Last Update: No. 5
5. Denver Broncos - Record: 11-4, Last Update: No. 3
6. Dallas Cowboys - Record: 11-4, Last Update: No. 8
7. Cincinnati Bengals - Record: 10-4-1, Last Update: No. 10
8. Arizona Cardinals - Record: 11-4, Last Update: No. 6
9. Pittsburgh Steelers - Record: 10-5, Last Update: No. 12
10. Indianapolis Colts - Record: 10-5, Last Update: No. 7
11. San Diego Chargers - Record: 9-6, Last Update: No. 16
12. Baltimore Ravens - Record: 9-6, Last Update: No. 11
13. Philadelphia Eagles - Record: 9-6, Last Update: No. 9
14. Kansas City Chiefs - Record: 8-7, Last Update: No. 14
15. Carolina Panthers - Record: 6-8-1, Last Update: No. 20
16. Buffalo Bills - Record: 8-7, Last Update: No. 13
17. Miami Dolphins - Record: 8-7, Last Update: No. 17
18. Atlanta Falcons - Record: 6-9, Last Update: No. 23
19. Houston Texans - Record: 8-7, Last Update: No. 19
20. St. Louis Rams - Record: 6-9, Last Update: No. 18
21. New York Giants - Record: 6-9, Last Update: No. 25
22. New Orleans Saints - Record: 6-9, Last Update: No. 15
23. San Francisco 49ers - Record: 7-8, Last Update: No. 21
24. Cleveland Browns - Record: 7-8, Last Update: No. 22
25. Minnesota Vikings - Record: 6-9, Last Update: No. 24
26. Washington Redskins - Record: 4-11, Last Update: No. 28
27. Chicago Bears - Record: 5-10, Last Update: No. 26
28. Oakland Raiders - Record: 3-12, Last Update: No. 31
29. New York Jets - Record: 3-12, Last Update: No. 27
30. Jacksonville Jaguars - Record: 3-12, Last Update: No. 29
31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Record: 2-13, Last Update: No. 30
32. Tennessee Titans - Record: 2-13, Last Update: No. 32

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December 17, 2014

2014 NFL Power Rankings: Week 16

Despite missing the first four games of the season, Giants rookie receiver Odell Beckham Jr. continues to put up impressive numbers.

In last week's win over Washington, ODB finished with 12 receptions for 143 yards and a career-high three touchdowns. Beckham now has double-digit receptions and 100-plus yards in back-to-back games as well as in three of his past four games.

Since Nov. 3rd, Beckham has a minimum of six receptions and 90 yards in seven consecutive games.

While Demaryius Thomas had a 6/90 line in seven consecutive games earlier this season, Beckham, Thomas and Isaac Bruce are all tied for the longest such streak in NFL history.

With two weeks to go this season, ODB is a lock, barring injury, to reach the relatively elusive 1,000-yard milestone for rookie receivers. On the season, he has 71 receptions for 972 yards and nine touchdowns plus six rush attempts for 35 yards.

Beckham Jr. won't be the only rookie receiver to eclipse the 1,000-yard milestone, though.

Both Carolina's Kelvin Benjamin and Tampa's Mike Evans are 48 and 52 yards shy of the mark with two games to go. In addition, Buffalo's Sammy Watkins is 150 yards shy of the milestone. Although he is on pace for 971 yards given his current average of 60.7 yards per game, Watkins has had his share of big games earlier this season.

Even if Watkins falls short but the other three do not, 2014 will be the first time that more than two rookie receivers had 1,000-plus yards in a season. The only other time in league history that we saw more than one 1,000-yard rookie receiver was in 1996 when Bill Brooks and Ernest Givins both eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark.

Here are some more NFL notes heading into Week 15:

  • I get the reason behind the line, but the Cardinals, one of only three 11-win teams, are nearly double-digit underdogs (-9.0) at home this week. Bruce Arians has done a remarkable coaching job, but the injuries continue to rack up for the Cardinals. As Ryan Lindley (career 0:7 TD-to-INT ratio) makes his fifth career NFL start, the Cardinals are projected by Vegas to score the fewest points (13.75) this week.

  • Things could not have gone much worse for Johnny Manziel in his debut start (10/18, 80 yards, no TDs and two INTs). That said, the Browns have thrown zero touchdowns and two-plus interceptions in four consecutive games. The last time a team did that was in 1977 (Tampa Bay).

  • Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has a franchise-record 115 receptions for a league-leading 1,498 yards and a career-high 11 touchdowns. While the overall numbers are impressive, they pale in comparison to his consistency. Brown has a minimum of five catches and 74 yards in all 14 games this season. In the 30 games since the start of last season, Brown has had at least five receptions and 50 yards every single week.

  • Back in 2010, Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe led the NFL with 15 receiving touchdowns. Fast forward to 2014, Bowe and all of his fellow Chiefs wide receivers have zero touchdowns.

  • Deja vu all over again -- the Patriots clinched their sixth consecutive AFC East title and have now won 11 of the past 12 division titles.

  • Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (hand) will be a game-time decision for Sunday's tilt against the Colts even though it appears likely that he'll give it a go. Murray is currently 86 yards from tying Emmitt Smith's single-season franchise record of 1,773 rushing yards set in 1995, which was the last time the Cowboys won the Super Bowl.

  • Heading into Week 16, four teams have better Super Bowl odds than the Cowboys (via Sportsbook.ag): Patriots (5/2), Seahawks (3/1), Packers (5/1) and Broncos (6/1). The Cowboys have 12/1 odds to win the Super Bowl. At 22/1, the Colts have the next lowest odds.

Here are my Week 16 NFL power rankings:

1. Seattle Seahawks - Record: 10-4, Last Update: No. 2
2. New England Patriots - Record: 11-3, Last Update: No. 4
3. Denver Broncos - Record: 11-3, Last Update: No. 3
4. Green Bay Packers - Record: 10-4, Last Update: No. 1
5. Detroit Lions - Record: 10-4, Last Update: No. 8
6. Arizona Cardinals - Record: 11-3, Last Update: No. 6
7. Indianapolis Colts - Record: 10-4, Last Update: No. 5
8. Dallas Cowboys - Record: 10-4, Last Update: No. 9
9. Philadelphia Eagles - Record: 9-5, Last Update: No. 7
10. Cincinnati Bengals - Record: 9-4-1, Last Update: No. 11
11. Baltimore Ravens - Record: 9-5, Last Update: No. 10
12. Pittsburgh Steelers - Record: 9-5, Last Update: No. 12
13. Buffalo Bills - Record: 8-6, Last Update: No. 21
14. Kansas City Chiefs - Record: 8-6, Last Update: No. 16
15. New Orleans Saints - Record: 6-8, Last Update: No. 24
16. San Diego Chargers - Record: 8-6, Last Update: No. 13
17. Miami Dolphins - Record: 7-7, Last Update: No. 14
18. St. Louis Rams - Record: 6-8, Last Update: No. 17
19. Houston Texans - Record: 7-7, Last Update: No. 15
20. Carolina Panthers - Record: 5-8-1, Last Update: No. 23
21. San Francisco 49ers - Record: 7-7, Last Update: No. 18
22. Cleveland Browns - Record: 7-7, Last Update: No. 19
23. Atlanta Falcons - Record: 5-9, Last Update: No. 22
24. Minnesota Vikings - Record: 6-8, Last Update: No. 20
25. New York Giants - Record: 5-9, Last Update: No. 25
26. Chicago Bears - Record: 5-9, Last Update: No. 26
27. New York Jets - Record: 3-11, Last Update: No. 30
28. Washington Redskins - Record: 3-11, Last Update: No. 27
29. Jacksonville Jaguars - Record: 2-12, Last Update: No. 29
30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Record: 2-12, Last Update: No. 28
31. Oakland Raiders - Record: 2-12, Last Update: No. 31
32. Tennessee Titans - Record: 2-12, Last Update: No. 32

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December 10, 2014

2014 NFL Power Rankings: Week 15

While it's not mathematically impossible, the likelihood of the San Francisco 49ers getting to their fourth consecutive NFC Championship Game is slim to none.

If the 49ers were to win out, as unlikely as that seems given their recent struggles, they would also need help to sneak into the playoffs.

In a Thanksgiving Day rematch against their biggest division rivals, the 49ers will head to Seattle to take on the Seahawks. Scoring just three points in their loss two weeks ago, the 49ers will obviously need a much better offensive showing if they have a chance on Sunday.

That said, the Niners have been limited to 17 points or less in four consecutive games and six of their past seven games. As the 49ers struggle to score, it should come as no surprise that they have lost four of those seven games.

Not only are they struggling to score, but they are struggling to move the ball. During that span, only the Raiders (4.3649) have averaged fewer yards per offensive play than the 49ers (4.5057).

Meanwhile, the Seahawks have turned things around after their 3-3 start as they have won six of their past seven games. While Russell Wilson is playing well, the biggest key to that turnaround is the defense is once again playing stifling defense.

During the same span over which the 49ers offense has struggled, the Seahawks defense leads the NFL in fewest yards per play allowed (4.5359). And last week, they limited Chip Kelly's high-flying offense to their lowest output (139 yards) since he took over as coach in 2013.

Excluding the Panthers-Buccaneers game, which has no line, the 49ers are projected to score the fewest points this week at 14.25 based on early Vegas odds.

And if it comes down to the fourth quarter with the game on the line, here's an interesting stat that does not bode well for the 49ers: Colin Kaepernick has zero fourth-quarter touchdowns this season.

Here are some more NFL notes heading into Week 15:

  • The Cowboys and Eagles will meet in a rematch of their Thanksgiving Day showdown with identical 9-4 records in a game that could go a long way in deciding the division. Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is 394 yards away from the 2,000-yard milestone, but Murray had a season-low 73 yards in his first matchup against the Eagles. [Poll: Will Murray get to 2,000 rushing yards this year?]

  • As great as Murray has been this season, Pittsburgh's Le'Veon Bell has been nearly as good. Over the past three games, Bell has eclipsed 200 yards from scrimmage in each game. The only other player in NFL history to have such a streak is the late, great Walter Payton. As Bell and the Steelers face the Falcons, who have allowed the most fantasy points to opposing running backs, Bell should be in store for another monster day in Week 15.

  • One week after a career-best day (10/189/1), Atlanta's Julio Jones set the franchise's single-game receiving record with 259 yards on 11 receptions (17 targets). As Atlanta fights to win the NFC South, it's unclear whether they will have Jones for Week 15 against the Steelers.

  • This just in: Aaron Rodgers is good. Starting his 100th career game, Rodgers was once again dominant as he threw for 327 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions. Rodgers has a 35:3 TD-to-INT ratio this season and 223:55 ratio over his career. Rodgers has no thrown 396 passes and 36 touchdowns at home since his last interception.

  • Although Oakland and Washington have offenses that have struggled, the Rams have shutouts in back-to-back games as they have outscored the Raiders and Redskins by a combined 76-0. They will host the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night Football and the Cardinals have managed to score just 52 points in their past four games combined without Carson Palmer.

  • There are also plenty of surprises every NFL season, but the Saints struggles at home is one of the bigger surprises. New Orleans has now lost four consecutive home games by a combined margin of 59 points including a 31-point loss on Sunday to the Panthers.

  • The Panthers had one of their best games of the season, but they will be without Cam Newton, who was involved in a car accident on Tuesday. Considering his truck flipped multiple times, he appears to be lucky to have escaped with nothing more serious than the two transverse process fractures Newton has in his lower back. That's the same injury that Tony Romo suffered and kept him out of just one game.

Here are my Week 15 NFL power rankings:

1. Green Bay Packers - Record: 10-3, Last Update: No. 1
2. Seattle Seahawks - Record: 9-4, Last Update: No. 5
3. Denver Broncos - Record: 10-3, Last Update: No. 2
4. New England Patriots - Record: 10-3, Last Update: No. 3
5. Indianapolis Colts - Record: 9-4, Last Update: No. 7
6. Arizona Cardinals - Record: 10-3, Last Update: No. 6
7. Philadelphia Eagles - Record: 9-4, Last Update: No. 4
8. Detroit Lions - Record: 9-4, Last Update: No. 8
9. Dallas Cowboys - Record: 9-4, Last Update: No. 9
10. Baltimore Ravens - Record: 8-5, Last Update: No. 15
11. Cincinnati Bengals - Record: 8-4-1, Last Update: No. 10
12. Pittsburgh Steelers - Record: 8-5, Last Update: No. 16
13. San Diego Chargers - Record: 8-5, Last Update: No. 11
14. Miami Dolphins - Record: 7-6, Last Update: No. 13
15. Houston Texans - Record: 7-6, Last Update: No. 19
16. Kansas City Chiefs - Record: 7-6, Last Update: No. 14
17. St. Louis Rams - Record: 6-7, Last Update: No. 21
18. San Francisco 49ers - Record: 7-6, Last Update: No. 12
19. Cleveland Browns - Record: 7-6, Last Update: No. 17
20. Minnesota Vikings - Record: 6-7, Last Update: No. 23
21. Buffalo Bills - Record: 7-6, Last Update: No. 20
22. Atlanta Falcons - Record: 5-8, Last Update: No. 22
23. Carolina Panthers - Record: 4-8-1, Last Update: No. 25
24. New Orleans Saints - Record: 5-8, Last Update: No. 18
25. New York Giants - Record: 4-9, Last Update: No. 26
26. Chicago Bears - Record: 5-8, Last Update: No. 24
27. Washington Redskins - Record: 3-10, Last Update: No. 27
28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Record: 2-11, Last Update: No. 28
29. Jacksonville Jaguars - Record: 2-11, Last Update: No. 30
30. New York Jets - Record: 2-11, Last Update: No. 31
31. Oakland Raiders - Record: 2-11, Last Update: No. 32
32. Tennessee Titans - Record: 2-11, Last Update: No. 29

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December 04, 2014

2014 NFL Power Rankings: Week 14

In case you haven't looked at a calendar recently, the month of December is now upon us.

Given the lack of success in the season's final month in recent history, many Cowboy fans would probably prefer to turn the clock (calendar) back to November.

Since becoming a starter in 2006, Tony Romo has posted a 12-17 record in the month of December. Of course, all of those losses aren't exclusively Romo's fault, but that split is one of the main reasons many believe an inevitable Cowboys' collapse could be on the horizon.

A glimmer of hope that history does not repeat itself is Romo's better results on the road in the month of December as well as the team's overall success on the road up to December this season.

While Romo has posted a 3-10 record in December at home, the Cowboys have won nine of his 16 road starts in December. And not only are the Cowboys the only unbeaten road team (5-0) this season, but Romo's road stats have been as good as anyone's this year.

In his five road games, Romo has completed 70.07 percent of his pass attempts for 8.5 yards per attempt and a passer rating of 122.0. In addition, he has posted a 12:1 TD-to-INT ratio on the road this season as well.

With the exception of hosting Andrew Luck and the Colts in Week 16, the Cowboys other three December games are on the road including tonight's matchup against the Bears.

Here are some more NFL notes heading into Week 14:

  • Given that the Browns are still in the playoff hunt, I think it makes sense to stick with Brian Hoyer (vs. Johnny Manziel) at quarterback, but Hoyer has a 1:6 TD-to-INT ratio over his past three games. It wouldn't surprise me if Hoyer has a short leash should the team's offense struggle against the Colts this week.

  • Ex-Browns (and current Colts) running back Trent Richardson says that he will jump into the Dawg Pound if he scores a touchdown against his former team this weekend. Perhaps he should set his sights a little lower than a touchdown like, say, a four-yard run. T-Rich gained 12 yards on eight carries last week with a long run of three yards. Over his past three games, he's averaging 2.0 YPC (27 carries for 54 yards).

  • The Cowboys are the only unbeaten team on the road this season. Meanwhile, the Bucs are the only winless team at home (0-6). The good news, I guess, is that the Bucs play on the road this week and next.

  • The Chargers have historically had strong December finishes to their season, but they have a brutal four-game schedule this month. The Chargers host the Patriots and Broncos and then have to play the 49ers and Chiefs on the road.

  • Through Week 13, there are four 1,000-yard rushers so far this season with Justin Forsett being the biggest surprise among the bunch. Forsett has 1,009 rushing yards on 179 carries and leads all running backs in YPC (5.6) as well as number of 20-yard runs (13).

  • Green Bay's Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb now have 10 receiving touchdowns each to become the franchise's first receiving duo to each have double-digit touchdowns. Nelson is on pace for 86/1,337/12 and Cobb is on pace for 80/1,135/12.

  • Houston's J.J. Watt has now scored five touchdowns this season. FIVE! Only DeAndre Hopkins (six) and Arian Foster (four) have more receiving touchdowns than Watt (three). And on defense, Watt has 11.5 sacks, three forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries and an interception (that he returned 80 yards for a score).

  • This could be a week of blowouts. Based on odds from Sportsbook.ag, there are currently four games with double-digit spreads: Saints over Panthers, Lions over Bucs (maybe going on the road isn't so great), Broncos over Bills and Packers over Falcons. In addition, the 49ers are nine-point favorites over the Bay Area counterparts.

  • Then again, if the Raiders lose by only nine points, it will be a 43-point improvement over last week. After a long 16-game stretch without winning any games, the Raiders won their first game in Week 12. Any positive emotions from that win was completely wiped out after last week's 52-0 beatdown by the Rams.

Here are my Week 14 NFL power rankings:

1. Green Bay Packers - Record: 9-3, Last Update: No. 3
2. Denver Broncos - Record: 9-3, Last Update: No. 4
3. New England Patriots - Record: 9-3, Last Update: No. 1
4. Philadelphia Eagles - Record: 9-3, Last Update: No. 6
5. Seattle Seahawks - Record: 8-4, Last Update: No. 7
6. Arizona Cardinals - Record: 9-3, Last Update: No. 2
7. Indianapolis Colts - Record: 8-4, Last Update: No. 9
8. Detroit Lions - Record: 8-4, Last Update: No. 13
9. Dallas Cowboys - Record: 8-4, Last Update: No. 5
10. Cincinnati Bengals - Record: 8-3-1, Last Update: No. 10
11. San Diego Chargers - Record: 8-4, Last Update: No. 17
12. San Francisco 49ers - Record: 7-5, Last Update: No. 8
13. Miami Dolphins - Record: 7-5, Last Update: No. 16
14. Kansas City Chiefs - Record: 7-5, Last Update: No. 11
15. Baltimore Ravens - Record: 7-5, Last Update: No. 15
16. Pittsburgh Steelers - Record: 7-5, Last Update: No. 12
17. Cleveland Browns - Record: 7-5, Last Update: No. 14
18. New Orleans Saints - Record: 5-7, Last Update: No. 20
19. Houston Texans - Record: 6-6, Last Update: No. 18
20. Buffalo Bills - Record: 7-5, Last Update: No. 19
21. St. Louis Rams - Record: 5-7, Last Update: No. 22
22. Atlanta Falcons - Record: 5-7, Last Update: No. 24
23. Minnesota Vikings - Record: 5-7, Last Update: No. 23
24. Chicago Bears - Record: 5-7, Last Update: No. 21
25. Carolina Panthers - Record: 3-8-1, Last Update: No. 26
26. New York Giants - Record: 3-9, Last Update: No. 25
27. Washington Redskins - Record: 3-9, Last Update: No. 27
28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Record: 2-10, Last Update: No. 28
29. Tennessee Titans - Record: 2-10, Last Update: No. 29
30. Jacksonville Jaguars - Record: 2-10, Last Update: No. 31
31. New York Jets - Record: 2-10, Last Update: No. 30
32. Oakland Raiders - Record: 1-11, Last Update: No. 32

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