NFL Power Rankings: AFC North reaction

November, 13, 2012
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An undefeated week for the AFC North led to three team moving up in the Power Rankings. Here's a recap of the Week 11 power rankings:

BALTIMORE RAVENS

ESPN Power Ranking: No. 5

My ranking: No. 6

2012 record: 7-2

Comment: After a couple of weeks being stuck at No. 7, the Ravens move up a couple of spots to get back into the top five. Like it's been for weeks, the only AFC team ahead of the Ravens is the Texans.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

ESPN Power Ranking: No. 9

My ranking: No. 9

2012 record: 6-3

Comment: The Steelers inch up one spot after nearly slipping up to the one-win Chiefs. Pittsburgh has a history of playing down to the competition with losses at Tennessee and Oakland. But the Steelers should be ahead of the No. 10 Giants after beating them nine days ago.

CINCINNATI BENGALS

ESPN Power Ranking: No. 19

My ranking: No. 21

2012 record: 4-5

Comment: The Bengals got some love after knocking off the defending Super Bowl champions. Their four-spot jump was the second-biggest of the week (Saints moved up six spots). Still, of the six teams with a 4-5 record, the Bengals are only ahead of the Chargers.

CLEVELAND BROWNS

ESPN Power Ranking: No. 30

My ranking: No. 30

2012 record: 2-7

Comment: It was a bye week. The Jaguars and Chiefs both lost, so the Browns remained in the same spot.

Here are my rankings:

1. Texans

2. Falcons

3. 49ers

4. Packers

5. Bears

6. Ravens

7. Patriots

8. Broncos

9. Steelers

10. Giants

11. Colts

12. Buccaneers

13. Seahawks

14. Vikings

15. Lions

16. Saints

17. Dolphins

18. Cardinals

19. Cowboys

20. Redskins

21. Bengals

22. Rams

23. Chargers

24. Titans

25. Eagles

26. Jets

27. Raiders

28. Bills

29. Panthers

30. Browns

31. Jaguars

32. Chiefs

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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