NFL Power Rankings Week 12: Dallas Cowboys On A Roll

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The NFL Power Rankings Week 12 make that Dallas Cowboys-San Diego Chargers Super Bowl look that much more likely. There’s still plenty of other teams around who don’t deserve to be in the Top 32.

1. Dallas Cowboys (3-7): Ya’ll better recognize. This team makes the playoffs AND wins a game. That’s how crazy the NFL is this year.

2. Philadelphia Eagles (7-3): Who’s going to stop Michael Vick–you?

3. San Diego Chargers (5-5): Chargers-Cowboys Super Bowl?

4. Baltimore Ravens (7-3): They can win at home when it matters and that’s all that matters the rest of the way.

Baltimore Ravens safaety Ed Reed runs with the ball after intercepting a pass from Miami Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne in the fourth quarter of their NFL football game in Baltimore, Maryland November 7, 2010. REUTERS/Joe Giza (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)

5. New York Jets (8-2): I just don’t think a fat ass like Rex Ryan survives a season like this.

6. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-3): The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to play solid football.

7. New England Patriots (8-2): Their time will come.

8. New Orleans Saints (7-3): You can’t lose on your bye.

9. Green Bay Packers (7-3): This team showed the NFL Power Rankings Week 11 that they can put it together when need be.

10. New York Giants (6-4): Fantasy playoff time? Better dump Eli!

11. Indianapolis Colts (6-4): 6-5 after next week.

PHILADELPHIA - NOVEMBER 07: Jeremy Maclin of the Philadelphia Eagles runs the ball against Jacob Lacey of the Indianapolis Colts on November 7, 2010 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Eagles defeated the Colts 26-24. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

12. Atlanta Falcons (8-2): Vulnerable.

13. Kansas City Chiefs (6-4): Don’t sleep on the Kansas City Chiefs come January.

14. Miami Dolphins (5-5): Are they improving or not?

15. Tennessee Titans (5-5): Overrated.

16. Houston Texans (4-6): A team that still needs to get over the hump but at least playing meaningful games in December should help them grow up fast.

17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3): Some teams just win.

18. St. Louis Rams (4-6): Division title?

19. Washington Redskins (5-5): They keep hanging around.

Chicago Bears safety Josh Bullocks (R) chases after Washington Redskins running back Ryan Torain (C) as offensive tackle Jammal Brown blocks on a 23-yard run during the fourth quarter at Soldier Field in Chicago on October 24, 2010. The Redskins won 17-14. UPI/Brian Kersey Photo via Newscom

20. Seattle Seahawks (5-5): Worst 5-5 team in the league?

21. Chicago Bears (7-3): Watch them lose to the Rams in Week 1 of the playoffs.

22. Jacksonville Jaguars (6-4): Top dog in the AFC South.

23. Minnesota Vikings (3-7): Goodnight, Irene.

24. Oakland Raiders (5-5): At least they’re more entertaining.

25. Denver Broncos (3-7): Best 3-7 team in the league?

26. Detroit Lions (2-8): Best 2-8 team in the league.

27. Cincinnati Bengals (2-8): Lost to the Buffalo Bills? This is a really bad team.

28. Arizona Cardinals (3-7): The NFL Power Rankings Week 12 say they miss Anquan Boldin.

29. San Francisco 49ers (3-7): They took my advice.

30. Cleveland Browns (3-7): Back to life, back to reality.

31. Buffalo Bills (2-8): Still agony.

32. Carolina Panthers (1-9): Winless no more!

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