NFL Power Rankings: The AFC South

November, 22, 2011
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We didn’t get a whole lot of movement out of the AFC South in the new NFL Power Rankings. The Texans and Colts were off. The Titans and Jaguars dropped a collective four spots off their two losses.

The division remains the worst, which will be hard to overcome with the Colts locked in at No. 32 and the Jaguars flailing. The average spot of AFC South teams is 21.4. The NFC West is seventh of the eight divisions at 20.4.

I’m one-fifth of the ballot. Mike Sando breaks down the whole vote here.

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Here’s the AFC South:


As for my complete ballot, the number in parenthesis is where I had the team ranked last week.
1) Green Bay (1)

2) San Francisco (2)

3) New Orleans (3)

4) Pittsburgh (4)

5) Chicago (5)

6) New England (6)

7) Baltimore (7)

8 ) Houston (8)

9) Detroit (10)

10) Atlanta (10)

11) Dallas (11)

12) NY Giants (9)

13) Cincinnati (12)

14) Oakland (17)

15) NY Jets (14)

16) Tennessee (16)

17) Philadelphia (23)

18) Denver (19)

19) Buffalo (16)

20) Tampa Bay (18)

21) Kansas City (20)

22) San Diego (21)

23) Cleveland (28)

24) Arizona (22)

25) Seattle (26)

26) Washington

27) Miami (31)

28) Minnesota (25)

29) Jacksonville (27)

30) Carolina (29)

31) St. Louis (30)

32) Indianapolis (32)

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