NFL Power Rankings, Week 15: The Chiefs and Eagles are sinking

What a week it was in the NFL. Today, we take a glance around the league to discuss all 32 teams. With consecutive losses from the Chiefs and Eagles, who's up? We discuss.

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25. Chicago Bears (5-8)

Last Week: 27 (+2)

The Bears have some signs of life! The Defense is playing as well as it has all season and Justin Fields is not costing them football games. I'm not advocating for a "Let's run it back!" type offseason, but I am saying that not everything is terrible, which is better than what Bears fans have grown accustomed to.

26. New York Jets (5-8)

Last Week: 28 (+2)

A blowout victory over the Texans? Who could have seen that coming? It would not have been stunning if it was a close win. 30-6?!? That's crazy talk. The Jets have some big offseason questions looming, but this win was necessary to consider keeping some of their key pieces, including Robert Saleh.

27. Tennessee Titans (4-8)

Last Week: 29 (+2)

What a win for Tennessee. It's obvious that this is not the year. With that in mind, there is certainly something for them to build on. Vrabel is a tremendous coach and with some upgrades this offseason, they might be a very competitive bunch.

28. New York Giants (5-8)

Last Week: 30 (+2)

Tommy DeVito might be having beginner's luck or a Tebow moment, but his late-game heroics against the Packers may have legitimately just earned him a roster spot for the foreseeable future. There is something DeVito has that Daniel Jones doesn't and the fans were loving it last night.

29. Los Angeles Chargers (5-8)

Last Week: 25 (-4)

As of this writing, Brandon Staley is still collecting paychecks from the Chargers. It is unclear if he is still trying to earn them, though.

30. Arizona Cardinals (3-10)

Last Week: 26 (-4)

(BYE WEEK)

31. New England Patriots (3-10)

Last Week: 31 (-)

Cue the party music! The Patriots won a real, actual football game. While they still belong in the basement of these rankings, a win is a win! Expect big changes in New England next season.

32. Carolina Panthers (1-12)

Last Week: 32 (-)

Another week of awfulness. The Panthers are a dumpster fire that seems doomed for eternity. If David Tepper offered me the job as head coach, I think I would have to decline. What is the strength of this team? What do they do well? Why would anyone want that job?

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