On Wednesdays on TDActu it’s the power ranking! 3, 2, 1, go!
It was time ! While expected among the main players of the season, the Colts and Vikings were delayed. However, this Sunday they could have started their season. We’ll see if these two franchises can confirm, but they definitely make (or remake) their place in the top 10 thanks to a nice comeback (+3).
There are also many movements with franchises that replace each other like the Cardinals (+3), the Buccaneers (+3) and, above all, the Chiefs (+4). In contrast to the unsettling Titans (-5) and Bills (-4). At the end of the day there were several lucky cases on the part of the pigeons in the remaining ranking with the Ravens (-4) and the rising Eagles (+4), who were injured despite the victory.
Time flies, it’s time to take stock. Here is our ranking. This hierarchy is based not only on the number of successes, but also on the shape of the moment. When two teams are close together and haven’t played against each other recently, one wonders which team would win if the game were played today. Beating the strongest won’t get you to the top in the blink of an eye. If you lose to one of the fools, don’t fall into the abyss either. You can win and fall, bow and climb.
It’s the merciless law of power ranking …
1st Arizona Cardinals (9-2) +3
Kyler Murray now has two more weeks to recover and Colt McCoy has certainly recovered for two more years in the league.
Week 12: rest.
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3) +3
A valve to overcome his nerves, Giants to morfler with a pass in the air.
Week 12: Trip to the Colts.
3. Green Bay Packer (8-3) -2
After that loss, the Packers and Aaron Rodgers expect the Rams to be firm (not very).
Week 12: Rams Reception.
4. Kansas City Chiefs (7-4) +4
Dak Prescott will have had Jones on his back all evening. Obviously, its options are limited.
CHRIS JONES. OVEN BAGS. WHAT
: #DALvsKC on FOX pic.twitter.com/0CIiuYZI4q
– Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) November 22, 2021
Week 12: rest.
5. New England Patriots (7-4) +1
The Patriots have passed 5th and have just taken over the helm of the AFC East.
Week 12: Reception of the Titans.
6. Dallas Cowboys (7-3) -3
Without his two best goals, Dak Prescott is aiming less well.
Week 12: Raiders Reception.
7. Tennessee Titans (8-3) -5
Strong with the strong and weak with the weak.
Week 12: Journey to the Patriots.
8. Indianapolis Colts (6-5) +3
Kwity’s first-round draft is finally paying off.
Kwity was wreaking havoc again. pic.twitter.com/gzhuG0RZ2D
– Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) November 23, 2021
Week 12: Reception of the Buccaneers.
9. Minnesota Vikings (5-5) +3
Mike Zimmer is wrong; Sundays are fun days for Justin Jefferson.
That’s the tweet.
(via @NFL) pic.twitter.com/livjwbV2Ft
– Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 21, 2021
Week 12: Switch to the 49ers.
10. Los Angeles Rams (7-3)
They have been criticized for being too soft. They will be able to prove the opposite in their second half of the season.
Week 12: Trip to the Packers.
11. Buffalo Notes (6-4) -4
If even Tyler Bass goes wrong, Buffalo is sure to flop.
Week 12: Journey to the Saints.
12. Los Angeles Chargers (6-4) +1
The chargers ran at full speed without watts.
Week 12: Trip to the Broncos.
13. Baltimore Ravens (7-3) -4
The Ravens have 15 players on the injured list.
Week 12: Browns Receptions.
14. Cleveland Browns (6-5) +1
In the past 6 games, the Browns have scored just under 17 points per game.
Week 12: A trip to the ravens.
15. Cincinnati Bengals (6-4) +2
54, 53, 51 and 47 yards … McPherson couldn’t stop the Bengals kicker that weekend.
Week 12: Reception of the Steelers.
16. San Francisco 49ers (5-5) +2
Her first drive of the game lasted over 13 minutes. It’s the longest offensive streak in the NFL in 20 years.
Week 12: Reception of the Vikings.
17th Pittsburgh Steelers (5-4-1) -3
Without its stars, defense was in the stars.
Week 12: trip to Bengal.
18. Las Vegas Raiders (5-5) -2
The Raiders are drawn to the bottom of the ranking, the evidence at three.
Week 12: A trip to the cowboys.
19. Philadelphia Eagles (5-6) +4
The Eagles have to stay on the ground 242 yards against the best ground defense in the country.
Week 12: Trip to the Giants.
20. New Orleans Saints (5-5) -1
Jalen hurts her badly.
Jalen hurt ridiculously pic.twitter.com/YXnVmxVdL9
– Jeff Skversky (@JeffSkversky) November 21, 2021
Week 12: Receipt of the bills.
21. Denver Broncos (5-5)
The Broncos had this week off and the managers and recipient had to say, “Sutton has a chance to sign a new contract. “
Week 12: Receipt of the chargers.
22. Washington Football Team (4-6) +2
Nice robbery by Ron Rivera and his men at the Bank of America Stadium. It has to be said that the coach had the plans.
Week 12: Seahawks Receptions.
23. Carolina Panthers (5-6) -3
Theory of gravitation obliges to return to earth for Newtons.
Week 12: Trip to see the dolphins.
24th Seattle Seahawks (3-7) -2
Will Russell Wilson stay with Carroll until the end of the season or will the franchise explode?
Week 12: trip to Washington.
25. Chicago Bears (3-7)
In Chicago, this news must make an anniversary for followers and trigger Matt Nagy’s anniversary.
Week 12: Travel to the Lions.
26. Miami Dolphins (4-7) +2
He’s turning Hollins!
. @ Tua ➡️ @mackhollins for 6⃣5⃣! LAND!
📺: Watch #MIAvsNYJ on @NFLonCBS pic.twitter.com/1OrfVTMrc5
– Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) November 21, 2021
Week 12: Reception of the panthers.
27. Houston Texans (2-8) +3
Jonathan isn’t the only Taylor to hit the ground this week. Tyrod scored two.
Week 12: Jets Receptions.
28. Atlanta Falcons (4-6) -2
They collected 68 points in five days. We knew defense wasn’t this team’s forte, but 68 … There doesn’t seem to be a revolt in Atlanta.
Week 12: Excursion to the jaguars.
29. New York Giants (3-7) -2
His touchdown to Andrew Thomas gave Daniel Jones ideas: He wanted to continue serving his offensive linemen.
The big man has hands‼ ️
: #NYGvsTB on ESPN pic.twitter.com/9EmqQMW4Ws
– Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) November 23, 2021
Week 12: Reception of the eagles.
30. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-8) -1
With the injuries, the offensive rests even more on Trevor Lawrence’s shoulders and the arm does not keep up for the time being.
Week 12: Reception of the hawks.
31. New York Jets (2-8)
With so many players, defense is still not on the side of private jets.
Week 12: Trip to the Texans.
32.Detroit Lions (0-9-1)
Boyle could have played 127 hours that he would not have won his team.
Week 12: Reception of the bears.