NFL Power Rankings Week 11: Top and Bottom Settling In

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Nov 6, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns running back Ben Tate (44) takes the handoff from quarterback Brian Hoyer (6) in the first quarter against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

SLR’s Week 11 NFL Power Rankings: 11-15

Cincinnati Bengals. 15. player. 56. There is too often a disconnect between the new contact the Bengals gave Andy Dalton and the way he performs on the field. That can happen in the hyper-competitive AFC North.. 5-3-1. Last Week: 9

Last Week: 15. Baltimore Ravens. 14. player. 26. 6-4 earns you a share of last place in the AFC North. The Ravens’ remaining schedule isn’t particularly easy, but they only have to play one more game inside the tough division – a home game against the Browns in week 17.. 6-4

53. The Browns are all alone in first place in the division for the first time since September 24, 1995.. 6-3. Last Week: 18. Cleveland Browns. 13. player

12. player. 42. Back to life after going on the road and getting a win over the Saints.. 5-4. Last Week: 16. San Francisco 49ers

player. 13. Cooled off after a solid start, now we’ll find out which Chargers team is the real Chargers team.. 5-4. Last Week: 12. San Diego Chargers. 11