The Reality Check Week 11 NFL Power Rankings

November 14, 2012 | Glenn Clark

Ryan Chell’s Rankings…

32. Kansas City Chiefs (1-8); LW-32

Maybe the Chiefs should celebrate their mediocrity with a team dance?

31. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8); LW-31

Whoever lost to this team should be ashamed of themselves…

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

Trent Richardson hitting the 100-yard mark in a third straight game could help. Too bad this is a passing league…

29. Carolina Panthers (2-7); LW-29

Even Superman needs protection…

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

The Raiders would be the team that is still chirping when the game is 41-17. And any team that gives up a TD to a punter should be forced to move down a level…

27. Buffalo Bills (3-6); LW-25

Turnovers continue to hurt this team. And Fred Jackson’s hurt too…

26. New York Jets (3-6); LW-24

Rex Ryan still believes Mark Sanchez is a good QB. An unnamed player said Tim Tebow isn’t very good. Does said player know that he’s just falling in with the rest of the crowd?

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

Watch their defense make Nick Foles look like an MVP on Sunday…

24. St. Louis Rams (3-5-1); LW-27

Donovan McNabb taught Danny Amendola and Jeff Fisher how to play in overtime.

23. Tennessee Titans (4-6); LW-26

Jake Locker completed nine passes and they won.

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

They win four. They lose five in a row. Get ready for the next streak?

21. San Diego Chargers (4-5); LW-19

I wonder how Norv Turner feels about their slide..

20. Philadelphia Eagles (3-6); LW-17

Andy Reid better hope Nick Foles is the next great NFL QB.

19. Dallas Cowboys (4-5); LW-21

A Nick Foles not thrown into the fire beats them…

18. Detroit Lions (4-5); LW-18

0-3 in the NFC North.

17. Cincinnati Bengals (4-5); LW-22

Keep throwing to AJ Green…

16. Miami Dolphins (4-5); LW-14

They still have a rookie QB…

15. New Orleans Saints (4-5); LW-15

Saints figured they’d just let the rest of the league get a head start on them…

14. Indianapolis Colts (6-3); LW-13

Andrew Luck having a better rookie season than the last Colts rookie QB to start the season, Peyton Manning.

13. Minnesota Vikings (6-4); LW-11

They’re etching the Comeback Player of the Year Award with Adrian Peterson’s name on it. They might name the award after him…

12. Seattle Seahawks (6-4); LW-11

Seattle petitioning to play every team at home going forward…

11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-4); LW-16

Josh Freeman has turned his season around…not just Doug Martin…

10. Denver Broncos (6-3); LW-10

Broncos have won four straight.

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

Two tough AFC games in the last couple of weeks…

8. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3); LW-910

Bad timing for Big Ben to get hurt…

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

Oakland the latest victims of Joe Flacco and the Ravens at home.

6. San Francisco 49ers (6-2-1); LW-5

Kissing their sisters…

5. New England Patriots (6-3); LW-8

The Bills made it interesting, but then the Bills remembered that they’re the Bills.

4. Chicago Bears (7-2); LW-3

Jay Cutler may have his blow up moments, but he’s still better than Jason Campbell.

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

They’re clicking again.

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

You figured it would be the Saints to beat these guys…

1. Houston Texans (8-1); LW-2

They proved they can beat the NFC teams too.

Flexing my mic muscles since 1983…