Arizona Cardinals Power Rankings – Week 10

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Previous: 6th. Green Bay Packers. 5. team. 49. The Packers now have lost two in a row after being perfect for six. The troubling thing, through six quarters, was the lackadaisical approach to offense, nothing could be done on the ground or in the air. Aaron Rodgers woke up to give the Panthers a game, but Cam Newton won that battle.. (6-2)

32. Like Seattle, the Cardinals get a bye in preparation for their match-up on Sunday Night Football this week. The team has a lot to clean-up after the Browns game, and the turnovers have to stop, but if those things can be made better, the team can win 11 to 12 games and take the West.. (6-2). Previous: 5th. Arizona Cardinals. 4. team

Nov 8, 2015; Charlotte, NC, USA; Carolina Panthers wide receiver Devin Funchess (17) reacts with quarterback Cam Newton (1) after scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter. The Panthers defeated the Packers 37-29 at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

3. team. 87. Carolina is a team no one expected to be here with this record, and now, with half the season to go, there is talks of running the table (and with a weak division behind them, its possible) but there’s a lot of football to play. Right now the Panthers rule the NFC, and for that, all the credit is given.. (8-0). Previous: 4th. Carolina Panthers

team. 47. The Patriots continue to roll on, as the Pats routinely do, but with injuries mounting up, will the team finally start to falter under a lack of talent?. (8-0). Previous: 2nd. New England Patriots. 2

Previous: 1st. Cincinnati Bengals. 1. team. 56. Cincinnati exercised some demons, and Andy Dalton especially, by winning in Prime Time on Thursday Night, however it was the Browns. Still, games must be played, and games are played to win, and the Bengals have done that eight times this year and still sit atop our rankings.. (8-0)