The Philadelphia Eagles are still at the top of the NFL entering week 13 of the 2022 season when they eliminated the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night thanks to a dominating rushing performance from Jalen Hurts.
The Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Vikings also proved their worth over the holiday weekend with wins against the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots, respectively.
The top three spots will hold their own going into next week, as will fourth place after the Dallas Cowboys beat the New York Giants and fifth place Miami Dolphins after beating the Houston Texans.
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Between numbers 6 and 10, there has been some movement, as well as outside the top 10.
Read below how this week’s power ranking works.
1). Philadelphia Eagles (10-1)
previous rank: 1
Week 12 result: 40-33 win over Packers
Week 13 Showdown: sunday vs titans
Jalen Hurts’ running performance elevated the Eagles over the Packers. Philly is in the driver’s seat and could clinch a playoff spot very soon.
two). Kansas City Chiefs (9-2)
previous range: two
Week 12 result: 26-10 win over Rams
Week 13 Showdown: Sunday @ Bengals
The Chiefs made it look easy against the struggling Rams. Patrick Mahomes topped 300 yards and a touchdown pass. Kansas City looks stronger and stronger every week.
3). Minnesota Vikings (9-2)
previous rank: 3
Week 12 result: 33-26 victory over the Patriots
Week 13 Showdown: Sunday vs. Jets
The Vikings were able to overcome a tough Patriots defense. Justin Jefferson still had 139 receiving yards and a touchdown, but things won’t be easy against the Jets.
4). Dallas Cowboys (8-3)
previous rank: 4
Week 12 result: 28-20 win over Giants
Week 13 Showdown: Sunday vs. Colts
Dallas was able to sweep their games against New York this season and seemed to make it easy despite the eight-point win. Ezekiel Elliott broke out for 92 yards and a touchdown.
5). Miami Dolphins (8-3)
previous rank: 5
Week 12 result: 30-15 win over Texans
Week 13 Showdown: Sunday @ 49ers
The Dolphins are for real and they have a few more weeks to fend off the Bills for the AFC East title. As long as Miami stays healthy, a playoff spot awaits. Miami took care of the Texans but will be on the road for a game against the 49ers.
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6). Buffalo Bills (8-3)
Week 12 result: 28-25 win over Lions
Week 13 Showdown: Thursday @ Patriots
The Bills struggled against the Lions despite the three-point win. Josh Allen was sacked three times and had one interception to go along with 253 passing yards and three total touchdowns. He awaits a matchup on Thursday night against the Patriots.
7). Cincinnati Bengals (7-4)
Week 12 result: 20-16 win over Titans
Week 13 Showdown: Sunday vs Chiefs
Cincinnati is right where it needs to be at this point in the season. A big win over Tennessee plus the return of Ja’Marr Chase for Week 13 will help them down the stretch of the season.
8). San Francisco 49ers (7-4)
previous rank: eleven
Week 12 result: 13-0 win over Santos
Week 13 Showdown: Sunday vs. dolphins
The 49ers defense appeared to blank out the Saints. Jimmy Garoppolo had a touchdown pass and San Francisco returned to the top of the NFC West standings.
9). Tennessee Titans (7-4)
Week 12 result: 20-16 loss to the Bengals
Week 13 Showdown: Sunday @ Eagles
The Titans were relegated to No. 9 after losing to the Bengals. The team has a date with the Eagles on Sunday afternoon.
10). Baltimore Ravens (7-4)
Week 12 result: 27-26 loss to Jaguares
Week 13 Showdown:
Rounding out the top 10 are the Ravens. Lamar Jackson and Baltimore fell to the Jacksonville Jaguars by one point. It was a huge loss for the team as they lose momentum before a game against the Denver Broncos.
eleven). New York Jets (7-4)
12). New England Patriots (6-5)
13). Washington Commanders (7-5)
14). Seattle Seahawks (6-5)
fifteen). New York Giants (7-4)
sixteen). Los Angeles Chargers (6-5)
17). Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-6)
18). Jacksonville Jaguars (4-7)
19). Atlanta Falcons (5-7)
twenty). Detroit Lions (4-7)
twenty-one). Cleveland Browns (4-7)
22). Green Bay Packers (4-8)
23). Pittsburgh Steelers (4-7)
24). Las Vegas Raiders (4-7)
25). Carolina Panthers (4-8)
26). New Orleans Saints (4-8)
27). Indianapolis Colts (4-7-1)
28). Arizona Cardinals (4-8)
29). Chicago Bears (3-9)
30). Denver Broncos (3-8)
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31). Los Angeles Rams (3-8)
32). Houston Texans (1-9-1)