Week 11 Power Rankings
Updated: Oct 12, 2019
After coming off their biggest win of the year, the Saints remained scorching hot, defeating the Cincinnati Bengals, 51-41. After losing in week one, the Saints have won eight in a row and are the hottest team in the NFL right now.
Coming off of their first loss of the year against the Saints, the Los Angels Rams got back in the win column, defeating the Seahawks 36-31. The Rams offense remains hot as they sit comfortably at 9-1
The Chiefs have one of the best if not the best offense in the NFL right now, led by second-year Quarter Back Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs took care of business defeating the Arizona Cardinals putting their record at 9-1. The defense of the Chiefs is starting to find their rhythm, only giving up 17 points a game over the four games.
The Pittsburgh Steelers absolutely destroyed the Carolina Panthers, winning 52-21. Ben Roethlisberger had five touchdowns and only three incompletions. The biggest question mark coming into week 10 was the Steelers defense and they showed up, only giving up 193 passing yards and 95 rushing yards.
The Los Angels Chargers defeated the struggling Oakland Raiders and extend their winning streak to six games. The defense remained impressive, only giving up three points.
The Bears are on a three-game win streak and are on top of the NFC North. The Bears defense dominated against the Lions, forcing three turnovers. Mitchell Tribiskuy and the offense looked very good racking up over 400 yards as the Bears roll to 6-3.
Despite the bad loss on Sunday against the Titans things are still looking good for the Patriots as they have a strong first-place lead in their division. The Patriots are sitting at 7-3 with the fourth-best scoring offense in the NFL and they remain undefeated at home.
Going into their bye week on a six-game win streak is what the Texans needed after starting off 0-3. Although their offense has been struggling, the bye week will help get things back into rhythm.
The Vikings were on a bye this week and lost first place in the NFC North. They will look to regain the lead as they play the first-place Bears. In a huge game coming off the bye, we will see if the Vikings offense can remain hot as they look to climb back to the top of the NFC North.
Despite losing big time on Thursday night football, the Panthers still have a very good football team. The big loss came against one of the hottest teams in the NFL in the Steelers and was on a short week. The Panthers will have a bounce-back game and their defense will get back into form after 11 days of rest.
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