NFP Power Rankings

Every week, the National Football Post brings you our NFL Power Rankings: a breakdown of how we stack up the league.

Week 12

1. (1) Houston Texans (9-1): Going to OT vs. the Jags allowed Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson to roll up more numbers.

2. (3) San Francisco 49ers (7-2-1): The 49ers whipped the Bears on the Monday night stage.

3. (2) Atlanta Falcons (9-1): Five picks for Matt Ryan? The Falcons are lucky the Cardinals can’t move the ball on offense.

Randall Cobb US PRESSWIRERandall Cobb and the Packers used a 4th quarter comeback to beat the Lions in Detroit.

4. (4) Green Bay Packers (7-3): Randall Cobb continues to develop into a playmaker up in Green Bay.

5. (5) Denver Broncos (7-3): Let’s see how the injury to Willis McGahee impacts the Broncos down the stretch.

6. (7) Baltimore Ravens (8-2): Even with eight wins on the season, it feels like the Ravens are under the radar.

7. (8) New England Patriots (7-3): Losing Gronkowski will force Brady to find different options in the passing game.

8. (6) Chicago Bears (7-3): The wheels came off for the Bears once again under the primetime lights.

9. (10) Seattle Seahawks (6-4): The Seattle defense gets a shot at Tannehill and the Dolphins this Sunday.

10. (12) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-4): That's four straight for Freeman and the Bucs.

11. (11) New York Giants (6-4): Can the Giants break out of this slump vs. the Packers at home on Sunday night?

12. (9) Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4): Charlie Batch is still in the league?

13. (14) Minnesota Vikings (6-4): Adrian Peterson should get at least 25 carries vs. the Bears this Sunday.

14. (15) New Orleans Saints (5-5): The Saints are right back in the NFC mix.

15. (13) Indianapolis Colts (6-4): That was a rough one for Luck and the Colts in New England.

16. (16) Dallas Cowboys (5-5): Everyone watches the Cowboys play on Thanksgiving. But what type of team will we see vs. RG3 and the Skins?


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