Arizona Cardinals Power Rankings Week 11

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(6-3). Previous: 5th. Green Bay Packers. 5. team. 49. Three games in a row had never happened to Aaron Rodgers on the losing side of the ball, but it has now, and at home, and to the previously-one-win-Lions. Panic has to be setting in just a little bit.

(8-1). Previous: 1st. Cincinnati Bengals. 4. team. 56. The Bengals have to wake up today and just think last night was all a bad dream, but the first loss of the season came at the hands, ironically enough, to T.J. Yates. Andy Dalton didn’t throw a TD, and the offensive that was coming up roses couldn’t even muster more than two field goals all night. Sunday against Arizona in Arizona is looming.

The Cardinals still have not beaten a team above .500, but that doesn’t matter when you go into Seattle, take a win (nearly give it back, twice), the once vaunted Seattle defense gave up 450 yards, including over 350+ passing beating their season average by nearly two hundred yards. The Cardinals needed a statement win, this was it.. (7-2). Previous: 4th. Arizona Cardinals. 3. team. 32

Carolina Panthers. 2. team. 87. The Panthers continue to roll on, but one has to wonder, with several close games in recent weeks, can the team continue down the path, or will they hit a slow patch and allow the rest of the NFC to catch up?. (9-0). Previous: 3rd

Nov 15, 2015; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New England Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski (3) kicks the game-winning field goal against the New York Giants with 1 second remaining in the game at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jim O

New England Patriots. 1. team. 47. The Patriots nearly had their perfect season derailed by the Giants (again), but Tom Brady was Tom Brady and officiating got in the way of what should have been another Giants win.. (9-0). Previous: 2nd