Bridges Football NFL Power Rankings Week 10

Bridges Football Week 10 NFL Power Rankings

By Marc Lillibridge November 18, 2020 0 Comment
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32. New York Jets (Last week: 32)

The Jets played poorly on a bye week.

31. Dallas Cowboys (Last week: 31)

At least the Cowboys are better, theoretically, than the Jets.

30. Jacksonville Jaguars (Last week: 30)

RB James Robinson and WR DJ Chark deserve better.

29. Houston Texans (Last week: 29)

What a lost season for JJ Watt and company.

28. Washington Football Team (Last week: 28)

I wrote about how much I love QB Alex Smith here last week. I love him more this week.

27. Philadelphia Eagles (Last week: 24)

This is about rock bottom for the Doug Pederson and crew.

 26. New York Giants (Last week: 27)

The G-Men beat NFC East opponent, the Eagles, with QB Daniel Jones actually crossing the goal line on a run play.

25. Cincinnati Bengals (Last week: 21)

I’m a sneaky closet Bengals fan because of QB Joe Burrow. But this team stinks. They do have a LT for the future, Hakeem Adeniji.

24. Carolina Panthers (Last week: 20)

This team has tons of offensive talent. Still too young to compete for a playoff spot, but this team has something to build on.

23. Atlanta Falcons (Last week: 23)

The Falcons aren’t a very good team but they will factor into who wins the NFC South.  Matty Ice is always good for an upset or two.

22. Los Angeles Chargers (Last week: 18)

The Chargers find another horrible way to lose.  That is on the coaching staff.

21. New England Patriots (Last week: 26)

Funny to say the Patriots are playing spoiler this season.

20. Chicago Bears (Last week: 19)

The defense and DC Chuck Pagano deserve better.

19. Detroit Lions (Last week: 25)

The Lions are going to be an interesting team to watch down the stretch.

18. Minnesota Vikings (Last week: 22)

Is there anyway the Vikings can sneak out a wildcard berth?

17. Denver Broncos (Last week: 17)

Drew Lock is seeing shadows of Sam Darnold right now.

16. San Francisco 49ers (Last week: 13)

The 49ers are too hit or miss this season to be considered a serious contender.

15. Cleveland Browns (Last week: 16)

Who cares what QB Baker Mayfield does. Ride Hunt and Chubb!

14. Los Angeles Rams (Last week: 15)

Every time I count the Rams out, they win. Not sure what team will show up each week.

13. Tennessee Titans (Last week: 10)

What a crazy AFC South division as the Colts now hold the reins over the Titans.

12. Indianapolis Colts (Last week: 10)

Not a lot of big-name players on the Colts but head coach Frank Reich gets the most out of them.

11. Las Vegas Raiders (Last week: 12)

John Jacobs is a heckuva running back and the Raiders’ defense flies around.

10. Buffalo Bills (Last week: 4)

The loss to the Cardinals will make this team regroup and grind harder.

9. Arizona Cardinals (Last week: 11)

Hail Murray!!!!

8. Seattle Seahawks (Last week: 6)

The defense will crush the Seahawks playoff hopes.

7. Baltimore Ravens (Last week: 3)

Go ahead and blame the center on poor snaps. But then look around the roster and players expected to put up big numbers, have been quiet.

6. Green Bay Packers (Last week: 9)

WR Allen Lazard is back. Look for the Packers to break into the top 5 next week.

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Last week: 8)

TB12 is starting to get hot and use all his weapons.

4. New Orleans Saints (Last week: 7)

November and December are made for Drew Brees and company. Now they just need to win tight playoff game.

3. Miami Dolphins (Last week: 5)

As other teams lose, the Dolphins are hitting their stride. Head Coach Brian Flores has this team believing they can beat anyone.

2. Kansas City Chiefs (Last week: 2)

The Chiefs have all the talent to repeat but play in a tough conference.

1. Pittsburgh Steelers (Last week: 1)

The Steelers are solid in all phases of the game.




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Marc Lillibridge has over 25 years in and around the NFL as a linebacker, scout, agent and media member. President of The Brawl Network.


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