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first_imgNext: at Tampa Bay23. Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) ▼ 2I think the Carson Wentz hype train has officially died down. — DimakosNext: vs. Washington24. San Diego Chargers (5-7) ▼ 2Rivers threw a big pick-six? Weird. I know, I know, he’s awesome. — MarottaNext: at Carolina25. Cincinnati Bengals (4-7-1) ▲ 1 Marvin Lewis is still talking playoffs. He’s not getting there and he’s 0-7 when he does. — MorganNext: at Cleveland26. Carolina Panthers (4-8) ▼ 1If Cam would have only worn a tie, they might have stayed within four touchdowns of the Seahawks. — GreenNext: vs. San Diego27. Los Angeles Rams (4-8) —When I think of the Rams, I hear Nelson Muntz’s “Ha-ha” on a loop in my head. — MarottaNext: vs. Atlanta28. Chicago Bears (3-9) ▲ 1Matt Barkley is the superstar we’ve been waiting for (text from my Dad). — DimakosNext: at Detroit29. New York Jets (3-9) ▼ 1It cost more to buy a beer than it did to go to a MNF game. It’s a new low in New York. — DimakosNext: at San Francisco30. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-10) —Calling them a dumpster fire is offensive to garbage receptacles that have been set aflame. — Green Next: vs. Seattle14. Washington Redskins (6-5-1) ▼ 2Tough loss in Arizona. Offense is good. Defense needs work. — GreenNext: at Philadelphia15. Miami Dolphins (7-4) ▼ 4Getting shredded by Joe Flacco doesn’t exactly scream “contender.” — LapinskiNext: vs. Arizona16. Minnesota Vikings (6-6) ▼ 1 Even Mike Zimmer could see that Sam Bradford got hit in the face on the potential game-tying two-point conversion. What?! Too soon? — GrialouNext: at Jacksonville17. Tennessee Titans (6-6) ▲ 2I think they’re a year away from the playoffs. — DimakosNext: vs. Denver18. Arizona Cardinals (5-6-1) ▲ 5Too little, too late? Either way, that was easily their best win of the year. — BurnsNext: at Miami19. Buffalo Bills (6-6) ▼ 5So average, you’d think Jeff Fisher was their coach. — GreenNext: vs. Pittsburgh20. Indianapolis Colts (5-6) ▲ 5With Andrew Luck back, we’ve got ’em winning the AFC South. — Morgan Next: vs. Houston21. Houston Texans (6-6) ▼ 4Money wasted. — BurnsNext: at Indianapolis22. New Orleans Saints (5-7) ▼ 2Remember when the Superdome was a tough venue for visitors? Saints are 10-13 at home since ’14. –Marotta Keep inventing new ways to win games, like Eric Berry’s INT 2-point conversion. — MorganNext: vs. Oakland6. Denver Broncos (8-4) ▲ 1Not exactly a convincing win over Jacksonville, though I’m not convinced this team can win convincingly. — GreenNext: at Tennessee7. Detroit Lions (8-4) ▲ 2*Dory voice* “Just keep winning, just keep winning.” — GreenNext: vs. Chicago8. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5) ▲ 2The team New England should fear in the AFC. — BurnsNext: at Buffalo9. New York Giants (8-4) ▼ 3Schedule now tougher…two WRs talking about not getting targets — trouble! — MarottaNext: vs. Dallas10. Atlanta Falcons (7-5) ▼ 3A Sirius/XM NFL radio caller said Matt Ryan is “a human piece of garbage” who must be cut. — MorganNext: at Los Angeles11. Baltimore Ravens (7-5) ▲ 2They always seem to get better as the weather gets colder. — LapinskiNext: at New England12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-5) ▲ 4Dirk Koetter, coach of the year? — BurnsNext: vs. New Orleans13. Green Bay Packers (6-6) ▲ 5My money’s on Aaron Rodgers earning the NFC’s final Wild Card spot. — Morgan For the second straight week, the Dallas Cowboys got a scare. For the second straight week, they survived.For the 11th straight week, they won.The Cowboys are in the top spot again this week in the Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings, following a controversial 17-15 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday Night Football. The New England Patriots, who slogged through a win over the punchless Los Angeles Rams, and the Oakland Raiders, who staged a furious rally to beat the Buffalo Bills, stayed in the top three. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Comments   Share   The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling There was movement in the top five, however. The Seattle Seahawks leapfrogged the Kansas City Chiefs — who scored a crazy, one-point win in Atlanta — by virtue of Adam Green’s ballot. Green, apparently unimpressed by what Andy Reid’s team has cooking, has the Chiefs sixth in his pecking order, so feel free to call him out (@TheAdamGreen on Twitter). Just kidding. Maybe.Locally, the Arizona Cardinals surged for the first time in a while after a nice 31-23 win over the Washington Redskins that actually resembled something from their special 2015 season.Here’s the way our panel voted this weekHere’s each member’s individual ballot1. Dallas Cowboys (11-1) — Too much Dallas garb in the Valley…can they suck again? — DimakosNext: at New York Giants2. New England Patriots (10-2) —Losing Gronk is a legitimate big-picture concern. — LapinksiNext: vs. Baltimore3. Oakland Raiders (10-2) — Derek Carr for MVP? — GrialouNext: at Kansas City4. Seattle Seahawks (8-3-1) ▲ 1 The injuries are mounting. How do they deal with losing Earl Thomas? — MarottaNext: at Green Bay5. Kansas City Chiefs (9-3) ▼ 1 Next: vs. Minnesota31. San Francisco 49ers (1-11) —1-for-5 with 4 yards and you’re surprised you got benched, Colin? — BurnsNext: vs. NY Jets32. Cleveland Browns (0-11) —There’s somebody like this in every office: do nothing for 12 weeks and they get a vacation. — LapinskiNext: vs. Cincinnati Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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