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NFL Power Rankings Week 14: AFC Sweet 'n Weak 16

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Week 14 AFC Power Rankings: Observations

NFL Power Rankings Week 14: AFC Sweet 'n Weak 16

Dec 1, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Minchak during the second half of the Titans game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. Colts won, 22-14. Mandatory Credit: Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports

  • I would’ve never imagined that, after Week 13, that I would’ve felt foolish about the Jaguars falling anywhere higher than No. 15 in these rankings. However, after winning three of their last four games, one could argue them anywhere from 11-15. Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley has done a marvelous job since his team lost its first eight games before the bye week.
  • Ravens are my all-out favorite to win the No. 6 seed. They’ve been there and done that. Of all these 5-7 and 6-6 teams, the Ravens are the one who can pull off that shocker that gets them the extra win to go 9-7 instead of 8-8.
  • Titans fall back a spot to No. 9. With upcoming games against the Broncos and Arizona Cardinals, they may fall into that worthless 11-14 category.
  • A three-game losing streak means that the Chiefs had to drop a spot. They’re about equal with Cincinnati. That could end up as an AFC wild-card matchup between seeds No. 4 and No. 5.
  • Could the Ravens or Dolphins surprise with a playoff win? Possibly, especially if the Colts get that No. 3 seed. Don’t forget that Miami already won at Indianapolis in Week 3.
  • A Broncos vs. Patriots matchup may come down to how well Peyton Manning performs in unfavorable weather conditions.

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