NFL Week 13 Power Rankings

NFL Week 13 Power Rankings: Thanksgiving Dinner

Leftovers on deck. Breaking down the NFL into tiers based on our favorite (or not so favorite) Thanksgiving Dishes. Teams that have been eliminated from playoff contention are now in the Race for the 1st Pick Section after the NFL Week 13 Power Rankings.

Cranberry Sauce

These teams lack all internal integrity.

29. Chicago Bears (3-8) [LW: 28]

  • Week 12: L 3-31 at PHI
  • Week 13: vs SF (SUN)
  • Quote: “Frankly, I don’t give a rip,” – Bears HC John Fox after being asked about his job security after Sunday’s loss.

28. Indianapolis Colts (3-8) [LW: 29]

  • Week 12: L 16-20 vs TEN
  • Week 13: at JAX (SUN)
  • Quote:

27. Denver Broncos (3-8) [LW:27]

  • Week 12: L 14-21 at OAK
  • Week 13: at MIA (SUN)
  • Quote: “It obviously hurt us down the stretch, and I told our guys, ‘If we can defuse those things, we have to defuse them.’ We can’t fall into the trap of getting into a fight that ends up losing one of our best players. We can’t do it. It’s unacceptable.” – Broncos HC Vance Joesph

26. Miami Dolphins (4-7) [LW: 25]

  • Week 12: L 17-35 at NE
  • Week 13: vs DEN (SUN)
  • Quote: “We’re going to focus on winning one game right now.” – Dolphins HC Adam Gase

25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-7) [LW: 24]

  • Week 12: L 20-34 at ATL
  • Week 13: at GB (SUN)
  • Quote: “We definitely have some injury issues this week. This was a very physical game and we had, as you mentioned, I think we had three offensive linemen that left the game and then came back in. We have seven O-linemen up [and] all seven of them played in the game. There is still testing going on right now, so as I say up here every week, over today and tomorrow that will all get figured out. But yeah, this is the most banged up that we’ve been after a game. We’re going to have a couple other guys this week.” – Bucs HC Dirk Koetter on Tampa’s mounting injuries

24. Arizona Cardinals (5-6) [LW: 26]

  • Week 12: W 27-24 vs JAX
  • Week 13: vs LAR (SUN)
  • Quote: “The way he’s playing right now I’d be very, very comfortable,” – Cardinals HC Bruce Arians on QB Blaine Gabbert. When asked if Gabbert could be the Cardinals 2018 QB: “Oh yeah, I think it’s a possibility,” Arians added.

23. Houston Texans (4-7) [LW: 22]

  • Week 12: L 16-23 at BAL
  • Week 13: at TEN (SUN)
  • Quote: “No, not right now,” Bill O’Brien said when asked if he’s considering a change under center. “It has to get corrected,” O’Brien said of Tom Savage’s turnovers. “If not, we’ll have to go in a different direction.”

22. Green Bay Packers (5-6) [LW: 21]

  • Week 12: L 28-31 at PIT
  • Week 13: vs TB (SUN)
  • Quote: “We had a mark for going north and south,” Mike McCarthy said of the limits for which Mason Crosby had hit in pregame practice. “That was right on the fringe. I obviously have a lot of faith and trust in Mason.” Crosby missed a crucial 57-yard FG in the Packers loss to the Steelers Sunday Night.


These guys still have a decent shot at the playoff’s but are nothing more than fillers at this point.

21. Cincinnati Bengals (5-6) [LW: 23]

  • Week 12: W 30-16 vs CLE
  • Week 13: vs PIT (MON)
  • Quote: “Going back and reviewing the football game yesterday, the positives were that the offense took care of the football, which was a key element in the game. We didn’t get any takeaways but were able to control field position all but once, which was good. We did allow the 90-yard drive, but for the most part, we were able to maintain field position.” – Bengals HC Marvin Lewis

20. New York Jets (4-7) [LW: 18]

  • Week 12: L 27-35 vs CAR
  • Week 13: vs KC (SUN)
  • Quote: “The fourth quarter has been a problem all year,” Jets HC Todd Bowles said after the loss. “Obviously, we lose our patience. Everybody is trying to make a play individually and we don’t play team football in the fourth quarter. We gave away the football [game].”

19. Dallas Cowboys (5-6) [LW: 14]

  • Week 12: L 6-28 vs LAC (THUR)
  • Week 13: vs WAS (THUR)
  • Quote: “The last thing I’m doing is pointing a finger and saying, `We need this guy, we need that to happen. I’m going to say we’ve just got to figure out what’s going on and get out of this slump.” – Dallas QB Dak Prescott

18. Oakland Raiders (5-6) [LW: 20]

  • Week 12: W 21-14 vs DEN
  • Week 13: vs NYG (SUN)
  • Quote: “They came up with some big plays in the game,” said Raiders coach Jack Del Rio about the receiving corps after Michael Crabtree got ejected and Amari Cooper got injured. “Johnny got deep again, did a nice job throughout the day. Also on special teams, did a nice job for us. Cordarrelle came up with some big moments in the game. All in all, it was a solid, solid job of filling in and executing with your two main guys out.”

17. Buffalo Bills (6-5) [LW: 19]

  • Week 12: W 16-10 at KC
  • Week 13: vs NE (SUN)
  • Quote: “This league’s going to try to move you in a lot of different directions. Who can stay focused, who can stay together the longest through adversity, that’s who wins. We just try and stay focused on that process.” – Bills HC Sean McDermott

16. Washington Redskins (5-6) [LW: 17]

  • Week 12: W 20-10 vs NYG
  • Week 13: at DAL (THUR)
  • Quote: “Two years ago, I’m a first-year starter playing with very experienced receivers, Pro Bowl-type receivers, and that’s a different dynamic than being now in my third year starting and working with younger players,” Redskins QB Kirk Cousins said. “I enjoy that opportunity to communicate and lead and teach and share experience. It’s hard to help coach on the field if you haven’t been there before and learned from already having been out there. I’m just going to draw on my previous experiences as a young player and try to impart that to the guys around me – if they need it. A lot of them don’t, but I’ll speak up when necessary and enjoy that opportunity and that part of quarterbacking.”

15. Baltimore Ravens (6-5) [LW: 15]

  • Week 12: W 23-16 vs HOU
  • Week 13: vs DET (SUN)
  • Quote: “Terrell Suggs, I mean, he’s Ponce de Leon — you should put that on the back of his jersey — he has found the Fountain of Youth,” – Ravens HC John Harbaugh

14. Detroit Lions (6-5) [LW:12]

  • Week 12: L 23-30 vs MIN
  • Week 13: at BAL (SUN)
  • Quote: “We’re still in good position. We’ve got three division wins. We got a few losses in our division but we still got a lot of football. A lot of football to play and a lot of things can happen in six weeks. We can’t get down on ourselves. How many points did they win by? Seven. That’s all right, man. We just got to regroup for Baltimore and get back on a run, start winning games and let the chips fall where they may, you know.” – Lions DT Akeem Spence

Green Bean Casserole

Always an underrated favorite, but not quite ready to knock Ham or Turkey off the top.

13. Los Angeles Chargers (5-6) [LW: 16]

  • Week 12: W 28-6 at DAL
  • Week 13: vs CLE (SUN)
  • Quote: “We’re bringing in some kickers (Tuesday). We’ll work some people out and if Nick is better at the end of the week, then we’ll probably go with Nick.  If he’s not, we have to look at other options…. Having two kickers on the roster, I would not count that out.  We need an insurance policy.  What happened last week, I don’t want that to happen again.” – Chargers HC Anthony Lynn on the team’s kicking woes

12. Kansas City Chiefs (6-5) [LW: 10]

  • Week 12: L 10-16 vs BUF
  • Week 13: at NYJ (SUN)
  • Quote: “Alex is my guy.” – Andy Reid when asked if a QB change was in the Chiefs cards

11. Tennessee Titans (7-4) [LW:13]

  • Week 12: W 20-16 at IND
  • Week 13: vs HOU (SUN)
  • Quote: “Did I look like I was running angry?” Titans RB Derrick Henry said in the locker room after the game. “I was just trying to make plays. We were down. I knew we had to score. I told the guys in the huddle: ‘Everybody do their job. Everybody do their job, and we’ll make something happen,'” Henry said. “And that’s what we did.”

10. Jacksonville Jaguars (7-4) [LW: 8]

  • Week 12: L 24-27 at ARI
  • Week 13: vs IND (SUN)
  • Quote: “At the end of the game I’ve got to do a better job. I should have run the ball and ran the clock out and went to overtime. That’s my fault.” – Jags HC Doug Marrone

9.  Seattle Seahawks (7-4) [LW: 11]

  • Week 12: W 24-13 at SF
  • Week 13: vs PHI (SUN)
  • Quote: “We are just gathering information and fortunately we got a win and we will keep going. There is a lot of football left and we are hoping that we can continue to find the very best of it and be really effective, so we will see what happens.” – Seahawks HC Pete Carroll on mid-season roster adjustments

8. Atlanta Falcons (7-4) [LW: 9]

  • Week 12: W 34-20 vs TB
  • Week 13: vs MIN (SUN)
  • Quote: “That’s not something that we just put in this week. It’s been something that we’ve had not just this season, but we’ve had it up last season as well. Sometimes you’re just waiting for a look that could happen. I’ve got to tell you, I wasn’t confident in it when I saw him bobble the snap, but I knew when he ripped it down the field, we’d have a chance at it. He’s a really good athlete. He can throw it, he can punt it, he can kick it. He can damn sure catch it, but for today, I thought there were some good third-down conversions by him. That connection from Mo to Julio, we were excited for that one.” – Falcons HC Dan Quinn on the Mohammed Sanu TD pass to Julio Jones


Not quite the Turkey, but almost ready to contend for the title.

7. Carolina Panthers (8-3) [LW: 6]

  • Week 12: W 35-27 at NYJ
  • Week 13: at NO (SUN)
  • Quote: “I think that’s possibly why a few of the balls sailed a little bit on him. There were a lot of good decisions being made, obviously. But unfortunately the ball wasn’t delivered or we didn’t make the catch. And we had some opportunities, as well.” – Panthers HC Ron Rivera on Cam Newton’s thumb soreness

6. New Orleans Saints (8-3) [LW: 4]

  • Week 12: L 20-26 at LA
  • Week 13: vs CAR (SUN)
  • Quote: “That was not good. We just couldn’t get into a rhythm.” – Saints QB Drew Brees

5. Los Angeles Rams (8-3) [LW: 7]

  • Week 12: W 26-20 vs NO
  • Week 13: at ARI (SUN)
  • Quote: “We scored 26 and felt like we could’ve scored much more than that if we would’ve finished up some drives.” – Rams QB Jared Goff

4. Pittsburgh Steelers (9-2) [LW: 5]

  • Week 12: W 31-28 vs GB
  • Week 13: at CIN (MON)
  • Quote: “Oh, we can win it all. We should win it all. I think that’s my mentality. I think that’s their mentality. But I’m less concerned about that and more concerned about what are the things that we’re going to do along the way to make that happen.” – Steelers HC Mike Tomlin

3. Minnesota Vikings (9-2) [LW: 3]

  • Week 12: W 30-23 at DET
  • Week 13: at ATL (SUN)
  • Quote: 


The pound-for-pound title contenders.

2. New England Patriots (9-2) [LW:2]

  • Week 12: W 35-17 vs MIA
  • Week 13: at BUF (SUN)
  • Quote: “I think I always heard that from my dad. I always heard that from the Navy teams and their preparation. My coaches and that’s — I just grew up that way. I don’t really know any other way. You control what you can control. The only thing that we can control is this week. We can’t control last week and we can’t control next week. Eventually, we can, but we can’t really do anything about it now. This week is this week. Today is today. We do what we can do with what is right immediately in front of us and do the best we can and when that is over we’ll move on to the next opportunity.” – Pats HC Bill Belichick on taking the season one game at a time

1. Philadelphia Eagles (10-1) [LW:1]

  • Week 12: W 31-3 vs CHI
  • Week 13: at SEA (SUN)
  • Quote: “My favorite player right now is Carson Wentz.” – NBA Cleveland Cavaliers Forward LeBron James

The Race for the #1 Pick

  1. Cleveland Browns (0-11)
  2. San Francisco 49ers (1-10)
  3. New York Giants (2-9)

Last weeks rankings:

NFL Week 12 Power Rankings

Is Zay Jones a Magician?

Zay Jones is that Dude

It’s no secret that I’m a huge Zay Jones guy. I met him a couple times when we went to ECU, he’s currently rostered on my fantasy team, and he even favorited a tweet of mine. I’m also 1000% sure that he has no earthly idea who I am, which I’m okay with. He seems like an A+ guy, and even though he’s had some trouble transitioning to the NFL, I’m still convinced he’s going to have a solid NFL career. All of this doesn’t matter, however, because I’m almost 100% sure that he is a real-life Jedi.

There are a few reasons that I believe this, but they all came to the culmination last week when he somehow floated back up from the ground.

See the video here:

The first time that I saw the video, it was in GIF form, and I honestly thought someone slyly made a GIF of him falling in rewind. Then, I saw the whole video and my mind was BLOWN. I’m not a physicist or anything, but this doesn’t seem humanly possible. I’m convinced that it’s magic. Whatever the case, I’m hoping that we see more of it. Could you imagine a TD celebration with this kind of trickery? EPIC.

P.S. After Zay’s first career NFL TD, he celebrated like this:

ABSOLUTELY convinced that he is a Jedi…or a Sith Lord.


Championship Weekend Preview- College Football Playoff

College Football Playoff: Championship Weekend

After a wild rivalry weekend, it all comes down to this weekend. With Alabama and Miami both losing last weekend, there are eight teams with a legitimate claim for a top-four spot should the dominoes fall their way this weekend. We’ll take a look at all four pivotal championship games here. For the 2017 College Football Playoff: Championship Weekend means everything.

Tuesday’s rankings have been released. We’re also under the assumption, if you lose this weekend, you’re out.


1. Clemson Tigers (11-1)

2. Auburn Tigers (10-2)

3. Oklahoma Sooners (11-1)

4. Wisconsin Badgers (12-0)


5. Alabama Crimson Tide (11-1)

6. Georgia Bulldogs (11-1)

7. Miami Hurricanes (10-1)

8. Ohio State Buckeyes (10-2)

Big 12 Championship Game

#11 TCU Horned Frogs (10-2) vs #3 Oklahoma Sooners (11-1) 

Location: AT&T Stadium (Dallas, TX)

Time: Saturday- 12:30

Television: Fox

Three weeks ago these two teams met in Norman and the Sooners won rather convincingly 38-20. Looking back, that game was essentially a de facto playoff game. The winner is still alive and the loser is done. The Big 12 Championship is the only conference championship in which both teams have a shot to make the playoff. Simply put, Alabama displaces TCU out of the top 8 for obvious reason. Regardless, Baker Mayfield and the Sooners need to be on full alert and ready for the Horned Frogs best shot. If Mayfield can put up similar numbers (18-27, 333 yards, 3 TD) or better yet Rodney Anderson (23 carries, 151 yards, 2 TD) to the first meeting, Oklahoma should be in good shape to win their third straight Big 12 crown.

Oklahoma wins if Baker Mayfield does Baker Mayfield. The only thing that stands in the way of a Sooner victory is Baker Mayfield. In so many fewer words, he needs to protect the football without compromising his style of play. 

TCU wins if they come out fighting early. The Horned Frogs need to take control of the game early and deliver big punches to the gut of Oklahoma if they want to steal the conference title.

Oklahoma makes the CFP: They win

TCU can’t make the CFP

SEC Championship Game

#6 Georgia Bulldogs (11-1) vs #2 Auburn Tigers (10-2)

Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta, GA)

Time: Saturday – 4:00 PM

Television: CBS

Without a doubt, the SEC Championship game is the most straightforward. Win and you are in. Three weeks ago these two foes meet at Jordan-Hare Stadium and the Tigers put the beat down on the Bulldogs. Furthermore, Auburn went on to beat Alabama last weekend to set themselves up to be the first two-loss team to ever qualify for the College Football Playoff. Don’t let the November, 11th matchup fool you Georgia won’t go down as easily this time. Especially with the SEC title being decided on Georgia soil. In its inaugural season, Mercedes-Benz Stadium will assume the Georgia Dome’s role as host of the SEC Championship Game so expect the Dawg Pound to be out in full force. 

Auburn wins if the defense holds the Georgia running game in check again. During the November 11th matchup, Georgia only tallied 46 rushing yards on 32 carries.

Georgia wins if Jake Fromm plays more efficiently than in the first meeting. The Bulldogs are a running team, but if Fromm can take some pressure off of them, they’ll likely see better running lanes. In the first meeting, Fromm struggled mightily.

Auburn makes the CFP: They Win. Wins over Alabama and Georgia twice will secure the Tigers spot in the Playoff.

Georgia makes the CFP: They Win. This under the assumption that a win over Auburn would leap from Georgia over Alabama based on the magnitude of the victory and the fact that their only loss is to Auburn, to begin with. 

ACC Championship Game

#7 Miami Hurricanes (10-1) vs #1 Clemson Tigers (11-1)

Location: Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC)

Time: Saturday – 8:00 PM

Television: ABC

Clemson’s chances of making a third straight National Championship game comes down to a date with Miami in Charlotte. The Tigers are currently a nine and a half point favorite, but we know anything is possible when it come’s to The U this season. Unfourtnualy, the Hurricanes loss last weekend keeps this from being the top 3 matchups we dreamed of. Either way, Miami should be amped up for a rebound and you know Dabo Swinney is going to have to Tigers fired up. While the numbers on paper indicate an impending Clemson victory, do not be surprised if Miami makes this a game, there will be a ton of pride and heart put into this battle.

Clemson wins if their offense protects the ball. You can not turn the ball over against Miami. They will make you pay. 

Miami wins if they can break Clemson’s defense. The Tigers have one of the best defenses in the country, but if the Canes can slip the defense for a few big plays they will have a shot.

Clemson makes the CFP: They win.

Miami makes the CFP: They win and Oklahoma or Wisconsin lose. They need three (Georgia/Auburn, Clemson) teams ahead of them to fall for the Canes to make the playoffs. Alabama and the SEC winner control priority over Miami based on strength of losses. 

Big 10 Championship Game

#8 Ohio State Buckeyes (10-2) vs #4 Wisconsin Badgers (12-0)

Location: Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)

Time: Saturday – 8:00 PM

Television: Fox

Even though the Badgers are undefeated, Ohio State enters the game as a six and a half point favorite. Urban Meyer’s team may have stumbled late in the season to Iowa but are still one of the most talented teams in the nation. Wisconsin has wins over Iowa and Michigan, but without a doubt, Ohio State will be the best team the Badgers have faced all season. J.T. Barrett’s status for this game remains unclear after OSU’s star-QB reaggravated a knee injury before last weekends game with Michigan during an incident with a sideline cameraman. If Barrett can’t go, freshman Dwayne Haskins would assume the Buckeye’s signal-calling duties. All to eerily similar to the Cardale Jones situation from 2015.

Wisconsin wins if their defense turns the ball over. If the Badgers can force a few Ohio State turnovers, they will control this game. 

Ohio State wins if they use their talent correctly. By most accounts, Ohio State is the more talented team in this game. 

Wisconsin makes the CFP: They win. They’re the only undefeated (*cough* UCF *cough*) team the CFP Committee cares about. 

Ohio State makes the CFP: They win and (1) Clemson wins and Oklahoma losses.

It’s worth mentioning, aside from the SEC Championship, Alabama would be the first into the CFP if any of the higher ranked teams in the title games lose.

Last week…

After Cupcake Weekend, How Much Has Changed? – College Football Playoff Contenders

NCAA Basketball Top 25 Polls: Week 4

NCAA Basketball Top 25 Polls: Week 4 

Feast Week was fantastic. There were quality wins as well as plenty of upsets and this week’s polls reflect it. After losing all three games at The Battle 4 Atlantis, Arizona went from receiving 1st place votes, to completely out of the polls altogether.  In fact, the only team that didn’t experience movement in the polls this week was the Duke Blue Devils. Over the holiday week, Duke won their side of the PK80 bracket by beating Florida in the finals of the Motion Bracket. Next up for the Devils, the ACC/Big 10 Challenge where they’ll play Indiana in Assembly Hall. Without further hesitation, here are the NCAA Basketball Top 25 Polls: Week 4.

AP (11/27)

AP Week 4
Rk. Team W-L AP Move
1 Duke (65) 8-0 1,625
2 Kansas 5-0 1,531 +1
3 Michigan State 5-1 1,481 +1
4 Villanova 6-0 1,435 +1
5 Notre Dame 6-0 1,297 +8
6 Florida 5-1 1,272 +1
7 Kentucky 6-1 1,179 +1
8 Wichita State 4-1 1,134 -2
9 Texas A&M 6-0 1,130 +7
10 Miami 5-0 1,001 +1
11 Cincinnati 6-0 972 +1
12 Minnesota 7-0 929 +2
13 North Carolina 5-1 922 -4
14 USC 4-1 681 -4
15 Gonzaga 5-1 666 +2
16 Baylor 5-0 576 +6
17 Louisville 4-0 568 +2
18 Virginia 6-0 510 NR
19 West Virginia 6-1 418 +4
20 Arizona State 6-0 383 NR
21 Xavier 5-1 370 -6
22 Texas Tech 6-0 247 NR
23 TCU 6-0 133 NR
24 Alabama 5-1 128 +1
25 Creighton 5-1 124 NR

Dropped Out: #2 Arizona, #18 Purdue, #20 Seton Hall, #21 Saint Mary’s, #24 UCLA

Coaches (11/27)

Coaches Poll Week 4
Rk. Team W-L Coaches Move
1 Duke (30) 8-0 773
2 Kansas (1) 5-0 736
3 Michigan State 5-1 692 +2
4 Villanova 6-0 691 -1
5 Notre Dame 6-0 617 +7
6 Florida 5-1 605 +1
7 Kentucky 6-1 543 +1
8 Wichita State 4-1 487 -2
9 Cincinnati 6-0 467 +4
10 Texas A&M 6-0 447 +9
11 North Carolina 5-1 443 -2
12 Minnesota 7-0 420 +3
13 Miami 5-0 416 -2
14 Gonzaga 5-1 332 +3
15 Virginia 6-0 290 +10
16 Baylor 5-0 265 +8
17 Louisville 4-0 250 +1
18 USC 4-1 245 -8
19 West Virginia 6-1 213 +1
20 Xavier 5-1 209 -6
21 Arizona State 6-0 152 NR
22 Texas Tech 6-0 123 NR
23 Creighton 5-1 96 NR
24 Seton Hall 5-1 83 -2
25 UCLA 5-1 72 -1

Dropped Out: #4 Arizona, #16 Purdue, #21 Saint Mary’s

Last Week’s Rankings…

NCAA Basketball Top 25 Polls: Week 3

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