Bridges Football NFL Power Rankings Week 11

Bridges Football Week 11 Power Rankings

By Marc Lillibridge November 26, 2020 0 Comment
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Week 10 Power Rankings had seven of the top ten teams lose in Week 11. These rankings are a testament to those losses. Come playoff time, fans will look back on Week 11 and see how detrimental certain defeats were.


  1. New York Jets (Last week: 32)

Can the Jets go defeated all season? My money says yes.

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars (Last week: 30)

This entire organization needs to be flushed and cleansed.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals (Last week: 25)

Without Joe Burrow at the helm, this team won’t win another game.

  1. Philadelphia Eagles (Last week: 27)

There is no way this team wins the NFC East as poorly as Carson Wentz is playing.

  1. Washington Football Team (Last week: 28)

The only thing I have positive to say about Washington is QB Alex Smith.

  1. New York Giants (Last week: 26)

Too bad the bye week can’t get the Giants Saquan Barkley back.

  1. Minnesota Vikings (Last week: 18)

Vikings…you lost to the Cowboys. That’s embarrassing.

  1. New England Patriots (Last week: 21)

This is just not a very good football team. Like I said in the preseason, not a playoff team.

  1. Houston Texans (Last week: 29)

The Texans have a ton of talent on both sides of the football. This might be the best head coaching opening in 2021.

  1. Detroit Lions (Last week: 25)

If the Lions can beat the Texans on Thanksgiving…come on, this is a bad game to watch. At least there is pumpkin pie.

  1. Dallas Cowboys (Last week: 31)

The march for the playoffs started with a win over the Vikings. (I’m just kidding. The Cowboys stink).

  1. Atlanta Falcons (Last week: 23)

This team plays hard for Raheem Morris. I wonder if the interim gets a long look as the permanent head man.

  1. Los Angeles Chargers (Last week: 22)

I know they beat the Jets but getting a win was important for QB Justin Herbert.

  1. Carolina Panthers (Last week: 20)

I am a fan of head coach Matt Rhule and how he seems to have his troops ready to roll each week.  They may not win, but they compete.

  1. Chicago Bears (Last week: 20)

The Bears aren’t playing very good football and needed the bye week to reset.

  1. Denver Broncos (Last week: 17)

The Broncos are an average team that is just young.  Playing for 2021.

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

Without TE George Kittle or QB Jimmy G, this team is battling to tread water.

  1. Las Vegas Raiders (Last week: 11)

The loss to the Chiefs was expected but if the Raiders hope to make the playoffs, they have to be able to beat the better teams. Not sure LV is there yet.

  1. Cleveland Browns (Last week: 15)

Sooner or later, QB Baker Mayfield needs to take over this offense and be the difference maker.

  1. Arizona Cardinals (Last week: 9)

When facing the best in the NFC West, the Cardinals just can’t get over the hump.

  1. Miami Dolphins (Last week: 3)

Just when I start to ride the Dolphins’ wave runner, they lose to the Broncos. Gross! Still a playoff team though.

  1. Baltimore Ravens (Last week: 7)

There is something wrong with QB Lamar Jackson but we won’t find out the issue until the offseason.

  1. Green Bay Packers (Last week: 6)

The offense can win a Super Bowl. The defense can’t stop anyone. You have one of the best CBs in football and play 10 yards off the football.

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Last week: 5)

Which Bucs team will show up in week 11? Frustrating group to watch.

  1. New Orleans Saints (Last week: 4)

As I said in week 10, the Falcons would play spoiler. Ask the Saints.

  1. Tennessee Titans (Last week: 13)

The fourth quarter of the NFL season is RB Derrick Henry time.

  1. Buffalo Bills (Last week: 10)

Look for QB Josh Allen to raise his focus into December to secure the AFC East title.

  1. Indianapolis Colts (Last week: 12)

The Colts may be one of the most complete teams but losing DL DeForest Buckner hurts the defense in a major way.

  1. Los Angeles Rams (Last week: 14)

The Rams, when QB Jared Goff is playing within himself, look like the Super Bowl squad of a few years back.

  1. Seattle Seahawks (Last week: 8)

This team can play with anyone in the league. But the defense needs to vastly improve for Seattle to go far in the playoffs.

  1. Kansas City Chiefs (Last week: 2)

Beating the Raiders was solid especially to even the series this season. Still waiting for RB Le’Veon Bell to have an impact.

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers (Last week: 1)

Crazy to me the NFL keeps screwing over the best team in 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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