Rank 'Em: NFL Week 15 Power Rankings

December 17, 2013

Several division leaders had opportunities to really control their playoff destinies this weekend, but most of them failed. The Patriots, Bengals, Broncos, Eagles, and Saints all lost to inferior teams. The Seahawks, Bears, and Colts all took care of business, however. In the Seahawks' case, they became the first team to win 12 games this season. Where do they rank among the NFL's best teams? Submit your rankings!

NFL Week 15 Power Rankings

49ers

49ers

San Francisco 49ers
10-4

Bears

Bears

Chicago Bears
8-6

Bengals

Bengals

Cincinnati Bengals
9-5

Bills

Bills

Buffalo Bills
5-9

Broncos

Broncos

Denver Broncos
11-3

Browns

Browns

Cleveland Browns
4-10

Buccaneers

Buccaneers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4-10

Cardinals

Cardinals

Arizona Cardinals
9-5

Chargers

Chargers

San Diego Chargers
7-7

Chiefs

Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs
11-3

Colts

Colts

Indianapolis Colts
9-5

Cowboys

Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys
7-7

Dolphins

Dolphins

Miami Dolphins
8-6

Eagles

Eagles

Philadelphia Eagles
8-6

Falcons

Falcons

Atlanta Falcons
4-10

Giants

Giants

New York Giants
5-9

Jaguars

Jaguars

Jacksonville Jaguars
4-10

Jets

Jets

New York Jets
6-8

Lions

Lions

Detroit Lions
7-7

Packers

Packers

Green Bay Packers
7-6-1

Panthers

Panthers

Carolina Panthers
10-4

Patriots

Patriots

New England Patriots
10-4

Raiders

Raiders

Oakland Raiders
4-10

Rams

Rams

St. Louis Rams
6-8

Ravens

Ravens

Baltimore Ravens
8-6

Redskins

Redskins

Washington Redskins
3-11

Saints

Saints

New Orleans Saints
10-4

Seahawks

Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks
12-2

Steelers

Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers
6-8

Texans

Texans

Houston Texans
2-12

Titans

Titans

Tennessee Titans
5-9

Vikings

Vikings

Minnesota Vikings
4-9-1

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