“The Reality Check” Week 13 NFL Power Rankings

November 28, 2012 | Glenn Clark

Ryan Chell’s Rankings…

32. Kansas City Chiefs (1-10); LW-32

God they’re awful.

31. Oakland Raiders (3-8); LW-28

“Suck” must be in the water in the AFC West.

30. Philadelphia Eagles (3-8); LW-26

Jason Babin was the lucky one…

29. Arizona Cardinals (4-7); LW-27

Ryan Lindley?

28. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-9); LW-31

Hey! They got Jason Babin!

27. Carolina Panthers (3-8); LW-30

Cam Newton fighting to play the Eagles every week.

26. Cleveland Browns (3-8); LW-29

Baltimore thanks you…

25. Buffalo Bills (4-7); LW-24

2-5 on the road.

24. New York Jets (4-7); LW-23

Fireman Ed quit? Well now…it’s time to just mail it in…

23. St. Louis Rams (4-6-1); LW-25

It’s a shame Danny Amendola is stuck in that offense…

22. San Diego Chargers (4-7); LW-20

What’s hilarious is they’re not out of it…

21. Tennessee Titans (4-7); LW-21

Lost to Jacksonville…

20. Detroit Lions (4-7); LW-19

Almost beat Houston…basically out of it…

19. Miami Dolphins (5-6); LW-18

Celebrated with some sprinklers…

18. Dallas Cowboys (5-6); LW-17

Jason Garrett probably deserves to go.

17. Washington Redskins (5-6); LW-22

Could surprise some people…

16. New Orleans Saints (5-6); LW-12

They need to win out.

15. Minnesota Vikings (6-5); LW-14

Missed an opportunity to get back in the NFC North race and make it interesting.

14. Cincinnati Bengals (6-5); LW-16

Scary good at this point this in the season.

13. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5); LW-10

Fighting for their playoff lives against the Ravens. They HAVE to play Roethlisberger…

12. Seattle Seahawks (6-5); LW-13

5-0 at home.

11. Indianapolis Colts (7-4); LW-15

Bruce Arians is making himself a legitimate coaching candidate…

10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-5); LW-9

Are their misfortunes from the beginning of the season going to derail them despite their second half?

9. Green Bay Packers (7-4); LW-3

We’ll see what Greg Jennings’ return does for this team.

8. New York Giants (6-4); LW-11

Actually thinking Andre Brown’s injury hurts this club…

7. Baltimore Ravens (9-2); LW-6

Their road struggles offensively are noteworthy, but nevertheless they are 9-2.

6. Denver Broncos (8-3); LW-7

Winners of five straight and won in lieu of McGahee’s injury. Easy to do when you have Peyton Manning.

5. Chicago Bears (8-3); LW-8

Jay Cutler back in; Matt Forte in.

4. San Francisco 49ers (8-2-1); LW-5

2-0 under Kaepernick and they roughed up Drew Brees last week for 2 TDs?

3. New England Patriots (8-3); LW-4

Winning without their best offensive skill player.

2. Atlanta Falcons (10-1); LW-2

Big game against New Orleans this week…

1. Houston Texans (10-1); LW-1

Jim Schwartz shouldn’t be helping this team.

Flexing my mic muscles since 1983…