NFL Power Rankings Week 10

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The picture at the top of the NFC got clearer following week nine with the Arizona Cardinals getting a road win over the Dallas Cowboys to end the week as the NFL’s only one-loss team.

At the top of the AFC, things aren’t quite as clear with the New England Patriots defending home turf against the Denver Broncos. Does that make the Patriots the favorites in the AFC? It does in this week’s set of NFL Power Rankings.

NFL Power Rankings for week 10 have been updated following Monday Night Football.

Nov 2, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (4) looks for an open receiver during the second half against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Seattle defeated Oakland 30-24. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

SLR’s Week 10 NFL Power Rankings: 26-32

28. Match up the Raiders and the Bucs and I’d put money on the Raiders, but the Bucs have something the Raiders don’t: a win this season.. 0-8. Last Week: 32. Oakland Raiders. 32. player

1-7. Last Week: 31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 31. player. 48. There are only so many ways to talk about how bad the Bucs have been this season. Even ragging on their terrible uniforms is getting old.

Mark Sanchez suddenly doesn’t look like such a bad option.. 1-8. Last Week: 30. New York Jets. 30. player. 30

52. They have a win under their belt and their quarterback in the fold. The results aren’t what they want but the Jaguars can play out the season relatively stress-free.. 1-8. Last Week: 29. Jacksonville Jaguars. 29. player

Zach Mettenberger’s first NFL start didn’t go terribly, we’ll see what he looks like with two weeks to prepare for his second start with the Titans coming out of their bye week.. 2-6. Last Week: 28. Tennessee Titans. 28. player. 35

player. 44. Mike Smith has survived the bye week, but will he still be the Falcons coach when their season mercifully comes to an end?. 2-6. Last Week: 25. Atlanta Falcons. 26