The Reality Check Week 10 NFL Power Rankings

November 07, 2012 | Glenn Clark

Ryan Chell’s Rankings…

32. Kansas City Chiefs (1-7); LW-31

They cut Stanford Routt after signing him this past off-season.

31. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-7); LW-32

I’ve got nothing.

30. Cleveland Browns (2-7); LW-29

Pat Shurmur’s time is coming…

29. Carolina Panthers (2-6); LW-30

What a memorable game they had against the Redskins! (giggles)

28. Oakland Raiders (3-5); LW-28

Darren McFadden and Mike Goodson both might be out for Sunday-and they have to travel across the country. Good luck.

27. St. Louis Rams (3-5); LW-27

They could win games if Danny Amendola comes back healthy.

26. Tennessee Titans (3-6); LW-24

They played like a college team against the Bears on Sunday. And they got beat like one.

25. Buffalo Bills (3-5); LW-23

Only the Titans have given up more points.

24. New York Jets (3-5); LW-22

Rex Ryan is overrated. So is his team.

23. Washington Redskins (3-6); LW-21

They are hit or miss.

22. Cincinnati Bengals (3-5); LW-18

They are running out of time in the AFC North race.

21. Dallas Cowboys (3-5); LW-17

Can they hire Sean Payton now?

20. Arizona Cardinals (4-5); LW-15

Were they ever any good?

19. San Diego Chargers (4-4); LW-20

They always have a chance.

18. Detroit Lions (4-4); LW-25

Always good to pick up a win over the Jaguars when you’re struggling.

17. Philadelphia Eagles (3-5); LW-16

The Eagles offensive line might be the worst in the league.

16. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-4); LW-25

What a two weeks for Tampa Bay.

15. New Orleans Saints (3-5); LW-18

Can a good second half save this team?

14. Miami Dolphins (4-4); LW-12

Put forth a good effort against Indianapolis.

13. Indianapolis Colts (5-3); LW-14

They’ve got emotion on their side with Chuck Pagano.

12. Minnesota Vikings (5-4); LW-11

A rough couple of weeks.

11. Seattle Seahawks (5-4); LW-13

Best homefield advantage in football. Will continue to drive that home.

10. Denver Broncos (5-3); LW-9

Peyton Manning nearly cost them the game against the Bengals, but was reminded that he’s Peyton Manning.

9. Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3); LW-10

I’m worried.

8. New England Patriots (5-3); LW-8

They’re back!

7. Baltimore Ravens (6-2); LW-6

The Ravens might be the most criticized 6-win team in the league.

6. Green Bay Packers (6-3); LW-7

They’re clicking again.

5. San Francisco 49ers (6-2); LW-5

Seattle wont go away. The 49ers will have to do that.

4. New York Giants (6-3); LW-4

Weird circumstances this past week with the Hurricane.

3. Chicago Bears (7-1); LW-5

Charles Tillman may miss Sunday’s game against Houston for the birth of his child.

2. Houston Texans (7-1); LW-2

Big game against Chicago on Sunday.

1. Atlanta Falcons (8-0); LW-1

When are they going to lose?

Flexing my mic muscles since 1983…