PFT’s Week 12 2023 NFL Power Rankings

PFT’s Week 12 2023 NFL Power Rankings

1. Eagles (9-1, last week No. 1): “There will be no rematch.”

2. 49ers (7-3, No. 2): Purdy is perfect.

3. Ravens (8-3, No. 5): This is the likely time for Isaiah.

4. Lions (8-2, No. 4): Defense remains an issue.

5. Chiefs (7-3, No. 3): To paraphrase an infamous saying, Patrick Mahomes can’t throw and catch the ball.

6. Dolphins (7-3, No. 6): No. 1 remains within reach.

7. Jaguars (7-3, No. 7): Houston, hello.

8. Cowboys (7-3, No. 8): They really needed the Eagles to lose last night.

9. Brown (7-3, No. 9): The AFC elite have to take Brown seriously.

10. Texas (6-4, No. 13): Demico Ryans is coach of the year.

11. Seahawks (6-4, No. 10): 49ers + Cowboys + 49ers + Eagles might even snap a five-game losing streak.

12. Vikings (6-4, No. 12): They can beat a lot of teams. But they also need to be outdone.

13. Bills (6-5, No. 16): Beating the Jets at home is one thing. Beating the Eagles in Philadelphia would be a completely different matter.

14. Steelers (6-4, No. 11): The wheels are coming off.

15. Broncos (5-5, No. 18): Sean Payton’s vision of a playoff field suddenly doesn’t seem so crazy anymore.

16. Colts (5-5, No. 15): Can they string some wins together?

17. Bengals (5-5, No. 14): No terrier? A big problem.

18. Saints (5-5, No. 19): Either the Eagles or Cowboys will come to the Superdome in the wildcard round.

19. Packers (4-6, No. 26): For the first time in a long time, the Packers will be a potential punching bag for a Thanksgiving game in Detroit.

20. Rams (4-6, No. 27): “We kept Seattle out of the playoffs” may be the lasting memory for the 2023 Rams.

21. Falcons (4-6, No. 21): If this isn’t a game of musical chairs at quarterback, what is?

22. Raiders (5-6, No. 20): Not getting blown out in Miami is further validation for Antonio Pierce.

23. Buccaneers (4-6, No. 22): Time is running out.

24. Chargers (4-6, No. 17): Time is running out.

25. Jets (4-6, No. 23): Time’s up.

26. Giants (3-7, No. 24): The question isn’t whether the Giants should move on from Mike Vrabel. The question is whether Mike Vrabel should move on from the Giants.

27. Giants (3-8, No. 30): So much for taking a shot at a quarterback in the draft.

28. Leaders (4-7, No. 25): Will Black Friday be Black Monday for Ron Rivera?

29. Bears (3-8, No. 28): Justin Fields will give them a lot to think about heading into the offseason.

30. Cardinals (2-9, No. 29): Kyler Murray is back.

31. Panthers (1-9, No. 31): Soon, no coach in their right mind will want to work with David Tepper.

32. Patriots (2-8, No. 32): A potential late-season spoiler is a role this team hasn’t played in a long time.

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