NFL Power Rankings Week 12: New York teams fall out of favor

As I type this I am currently watching Poland v Mexico at the FIFA World Cup. I’m not going to lie: not much happened. That’s kinda how I felt watching NFL Red Zone on Sunday. Yeah, I watched the games – but did it necessarily entertain me? No.

I mean, it doesn’t help when Baltimore and New England games combined for a total of 22 points.

The only saving grace for Poland against Mexico is the uniform game. Poland’s white-red-white vs. green-white-red is the best even matchup I’ve seen since… well, Sunday night.

The white on white of the Chiefs against the dusty blue of the Chargers was a thing of beauty.

Voters this week were Stephen Serda, Rocky Magana, Jared Sapp, Stan Nelson, Zach Gunter, Price Carter, Connor Helm, Nate Christensen, Dakota Watson and myself.

1. Kansas City Chiefs (1st)

Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes are the greatest tight quarterback duo of all time.

2. Philadelphia Eagles (2nd)

The Eagles played just as badly against the Colts as they did the Chiefs – but at least they came out with the win.

3. Buffalo Tickets (5th)

At first it looked like they would have a hard time with the Browns — but then the Bills remembered who they were — and who the Browns are.

4. Miami Dolphins (3rd)

A team to watch after their bye.

5. Dallas Cowboys (8th)

I feel bad that this team has to go on the road during Wild Card Weekend.

6. san francisco 49ers (7th)

Deebo is something else.

seven. Baltimore Ravens (6th)

They’re not going to threaten the Chiefs with performances like that.

8. Cincinnati Bengals (9th)

Their all-white uniforms aren’t nearly as good looking as the Chiefs’ version.

9. Minnesota Vikings (4th)

This week demonstrated why no one believes in them.

ten. Tennessee Titans (10th)

This team is very good at what they do.

11. Seattle Seahawks (13th)

A week of rest after their German adventure.

12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (14th)

A week off for the Bucs.

13. New England Patriots (15th)

Defense = Elite
Special Teams = Elite
Offense = Well…

14. New York Giants (12th)

The New York bubble bursts.

15. Los Angeles Chargers (16th)

They left Patrick Mahomes How? ‘Or’ What Much of the time?

16. New York Jets (11th) This week’s biggest faller

They had to leave Zach Wilson… like yesterday.

17. Green Bay Packers (17th)

Season. More.

18. Washington Commanders (22nd) Tied for highest lifter this week

Old friend Kendall Fuller got pulled over.

19. Arizona Cardinals (18th)

Mexico should not have had to suffer them.

20. Atlanta Falcons (19th)

Is Corderelle Patterson a Hall of Famer?

21. Pittsburgh Steelers (23rd)

For once, the offense weighed with all its weight. Unfortunately, the defense did not.

22. Cleveland Browns (21st)

Jacoby Brissett is not it.

23. Los Angeles Rams (20th)

The Chiefs are 14.5-point favorites against the Rams. That says a lot.

24. New Orleans Saints (25)

What were these uniforms about?

25. Detroit Lions (27)

Jamaal Williams is a touchdown machine.

26. Las Vegas Raiders (28th)

I was pretty happy the Raiders won, to be honest.

27. Jacksonville Jaguars (24th)

It was nice not having to watch them play.

28. Indianapolis Colts (29)

What is it about this team that continues to annoy suitors?

29. Chicago Bears (26)

The Bears look capable while losing. A CEO’s dream.

30. Denver Broncos (30th)

16 points at home against the Raiders. Too funny.

31. Carolina Panthers (31st)

Offensively inept.

32. Houston Texans (32nd)

Davis Mills’ QB rating was 49.7. His time as a starter in Houston is coming to an end.

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