Final 2013 NFL Power Rankings: AFC Sweet 'n Weak 16

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Final 2013 NFL Power Rankings: AFC Sweet 'n Weak 16

Dec 29, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers fans celebrate following a win against the Kansas City Chiefs at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers won 27-24 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

That’s a wrap to the 2013-14 NFL regular season. Doesn’t it feel like Week 1 games had just started? Ten of the 16 teams have nothing to watch until early August. Fans will search the web for news and information about how their teams will improve in an attempt to make a 2014 playoff run.  Or at least win some more games.

The end of season also means it’s time to check out final power rankings. There was some movement within the 7-11 range. These were the teams who were either playing for that No. 6 seed or they should’ve been playing for it. In the end, the San Diego Chargers claimed the No. 6 seed after they proved that they were almost too inept to take care of business against the Kansas City backups. Good thing Ryan Succop had a late Christmas gift for them. Get that bad kick out of the system before the playoffs start.

Let’s take a look at some final 2013 NFL power rankings for AFC teams. These rankings include all 16 AFC teams. They’re not a listing of each team’s playoff seeding.

Final 2013 NFL Power Rankings: AFC 1-16 (TW LW Team Record)

Super Bowl Contenders
01 01 Denver Broncos 13-3
02 02 New England Patriots 12-4
03 03 Cincinnati Bengals 11-5
04 04 Indianapolis Colts 11-5

Ryan ‘SuccRight’ Plays with Emotions
05 05 Kansas City Chiefs 11-5
06 06 San Diego Chargers 9-7
07 09 Pittsburgh Steelers 8-8

Close…No Cigar
08 10 Tennessee Titans 7-9
09 07 Baltimore Ravens 8-8
10 11 New York Jets 8-8
11 08 Miami Dolphins 8-8

Home Is Where the Heart is At? Their Home is the AFC East Basement…
12 12 Buffalo Bills 6-10

Terrible
13 13 Jacksonville Jaguars 4-12
14 14 Cleveland Browns 4-12
15 15 Oakland Raiders 4-12
16 16 Houston Texans 2-14

Observations on next page.

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