NFL Power Rankings, Week 10: Chiefs, Eagles score big-time wins

As the playoff picture begins to take shape, we take you into the discussion among all 32 NFL teams. With big victories and some surprising losses, where do the teams stack up? We discuss.
Kansas City Chiefs v Denver Broncos
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25. Los Angeles Rams (3-6)

Last Week: 21 (-4)

I feel ashamed for ever thinking the Rams were a legitimate contender for the NFC. They are a few players away from having the first overall pick. As I've stated a bunch, I love the combination of Puka Nacua and Cooper Kupp, but that is just not going to win you many games.

26. New England Patriots (2-7)

Last Week: 25 (-1)

While the Patriots are probably celebrating the fact that they weren't destroyed by the Commanders, they are also another game in the hole. The Patriots continue to play hard but fall short. The Patriots looking this bad at any point in human history should be celebrated after the nonsense that they put us through for season after season.

27. Denver Broncos (3-5)

Last Week: 27 (-)


28. Chicago Bears (2-6)

Last Week: 26 (-2)

Tim Bagel? No! It's Shepherd star Tyler Bagent! As if things could get any worse for the Bears, they now seem to have a potential quarterback controversy beginning to brew. Not really, but kind of. It's just obvious that the Bears are a poverty franchise that is doomed to always be bad.

29. Green Bay Packers (3-5)

Last Week: 30 (+1)

The Packers handily defeated the Rams on Sunday. This says more to me about the Rams than it does about the Packers. The Packers have been a bottom-tier team and are going to continue to struggle this season. At this point, the Packers are hoping for one of the top quarterbacks to fall to them in the draft.

30. Arizona Cardinals (1-8)

Last Week: 31 (+1)

The Cardinals are very, very bad. There isn't much to say except maybe Kyler Murray can make them a little bit more interesting. I don't know. I'm picking the Cardinals to lose every game from here out.

31. New York Giants (2-7)

Last Week: 28 (-3)

The Giants, fresh off of a loss in which they threw the ball for negative yards, proceeded to get the brakes beat off of them by the Las Vegas Raiders. Daniel Jones has a torn ACL and all hope has been lost. The Giants are perhaps the worst team in the NFL, even with a better record than some of the other teams. They were a chore to watch, now they are an abomination.

32. Carolina Panthers (1-7)

Last Week: 32 (-)

The Panthers somehow defeated the Texans and then got beat up by the Colts. I think they messed up by selecting Bryce Young instead of C.J. Stroud or Anthony Richardson and if they are as wrong as I think they are, they will be paying for their sins for a long time