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Danny O'Neil's NFL Power Rankings | Week 11
Rank Team Comment
1 (1)Arizona CardinalsThe 8-1 Cardinals host the 7-2 Lions in the first bowl game of the year: The Unbelieva-Bowl.
2 (2)New England PatriotsIs Tom Brady eligible to win Comeback Player of the Year for the way he rallied from that cadaverous performance vs. Kansas City in Week 4?
3 (4)Denver BroncosContradictions abound in a league where the Broncos lead the league in passing while the Seahawks lead the league in rushing.
4 (3)Philadelphia EaglesNot to say Chip Kelly is a genius, but his memoir is tentatively titled "The Quarterback Whisperer" with a picture of his new pet project, Mark Sanchez.
5 (7)Detroit LionsPhiladelphia had the Answer in Allen Iverson; the Lions have an Ansah who's still a question: second-year pass rusher Ziggy Ansah.
6 (11)Dallas CowboysTony Romo's back. It's both a statement and a question for the Cowboys after last week's return.
7 (9)Green Bay PackersIf anybody was looking for the Packers last weekend, they had the Bears out in the woodshed.
8 (5)Seattle SeahawksThe Seahawks' chief concern this week? The Chiefs haven't allowed a rushing touchdown this season.
9 (6)Kansas City ChiefsHouston doesn't have a problem so much as he poses one. Justin leads the league with 12 sacks.
10 (13)San Francisco 49ersAldon Smith's first name is pronounced "all done." As in, "He's all done with his suspension for being a social menace."
11 (8)Indianapolis ColtsThe Colts have played five teams that currently have a winning record. They are 2-3 in those games.
12 (14)Cleveland BrownsCoach Mike Pettine. Almost sounds like Patton, and with the Browns at 6-3, the similarities may not stop with pronunciation.
13 (12)Baltimore RavensLife's Not Fair, Part One: the Ravens are 6-4 and are tied for last place in the AFC North.
14 (18)New Orleans SaintsLife's Not Fair, Part Two: the Saints are 4-5 yet lead the NFC South.
15 (10)Miami DolphinsIt's cute the Dolphins got to wear their turquoise onesie pajamas on Thursday night vs. the Bills. "They look like toothpaste," according to Dave Wyman.
16 (15)Pittsburgh SteelersReally, Pittsburgh? You lost to the Jets last week? The Jets?
17 (16)Cincinnati BengalsIt has been more than a week and Andy Dalton's performance is still giving off fumes. Ten-for-33 passing with three interceptions? Be careful you don't step in that.
18 (17)Buffalo BillsThe Bills have plenty of sacks appeal: They lead the league with 34.
19 (19)San Diego ChargersIt appears San Diego's Rivers has now been dammed as the Chargers have been outscored 95-41 over their current three-game losing streak.
20 (25)Houston TexansRyan Mallett is an upgrade both in terms of arm strength and hygiene at quarterback since he appears to, you know, bathe on a regular basis as opposed to Ryan "El Beardo" Fitzpatrick.
21 (20)Minnesota VikingsThe Vikings have won two in a row if anyone cares, which they don't since the loss of Adrian Peterson remains the biggest story.
22 (21)Chicago BearsThe franchise that allowed 198 points in all of 1985 has now given up 106 in the past two games.
23 (23)Atlanta FalconsRookie linebacker Nate Stupar just doesn't sound like someone with a great deal of awareness.
24 (24)St. Louis RamsDon't worry, no one is going to make a mountain out of the Rams starting Shaun Hill.
25 (22)Carolina PanthersHoliday diet: Only one of the final six teams on Carolina's schedule currently holds a winning record.
26 (26)Washington RedskinsThe quarterback has a new nickname given the team's record: RG III-and-six.
27 (28)New York GiantsThis season is a run-on sentence for the Giants; they're sentenced to be run on to the tune of 144.7 yards per game, most in the league.
28 (29)New York JetsWho says the Jets can't develop quarterbacks? Just look at what Mark Sanchez did for the Eagles.
29 (27)Tennessee TitansEver had a Mettenberger? Apparently, it's not served with any touchdowns since the Titans have a league-low this season.
30 (31)Tampa Bay BuccaneersIf Luke McCown was reduced to tears after last week's loss, imagine how all the people who've watched all eight Bucs losses feel.
31 (30)Jacksonville JaguarsDid the Jags actually come back from London? And if so, why?
32 (32)Oakland RaidersOak-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-and has 15 straight regular-season L's.


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