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Vic Carucci's NFL Power Rankings: Week 11

(Through Thursday's game. Last week's ranking in parentheses)

1. Philadelphia Eagles. Time to avenge that OT loss at Dallas? (1)

2. New England Patriots. They've held opponents to 17 or fewer points during five-game win streak. (2)

3. Pittsburgh Steelers. Their offense looks like it can strike from wherever it wants whenever it wants. (3)

4. L.A. Rams. Jared Goff leads the NFL with 8.5 yards per pass attempt. (4)

5. Minnesota Vikings. Will former Ram QB Case Keenum get some revenge? (9)

6. New Orleans Saints. That was an amazing display of physical dominance vs. the Bills. (8)

7. Kansas City Chiefs. At 16-2, Andy Reid is the absolute master of post-bye-week success. (5)

8. Carolina Panthers. Getting a rest before the stretch run. (10)

9. Jacksonville Jaguars. Facing the Browns will feel like a rest for these guys. (11)

10. Seattle Seahawks. It's going to be a tough road without Richard Sherman the rest of the way. (6)

11. Dallas Cowboys. Without Ezekiel Elliott, this team looks pretty ordinary. (7)

12. Atlanta Falcons. They'll look to exploit a big missing piece in the Legion of Boom. (18)

13. Detroit Lions. They've scored 68 points in back-to-back wins vs. Packers and Browns. (14)

14. Baltimore Ravens. After losing three of the last four, the schedule gets easier. (15)

15. Buffalo Bills. Maybe Nathan Peterman can also help out with the run defense. (15)

16. Tennessee Titans. They faced the harsh reality that they aren't yet ready to compete at an elite level. (13)

17. Washington Redskins. They're banged-up defense could have some serious issues vs. the Saints' running game. (16)

18. Green Bay Packers. Can Brett Hundley build off of his best game as a pro? (19)

19. Oakland Raiders. They're 2-5 since those two wins to start the season. (20)

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ryan Fitzpatrick tries to keep the Fitz Magic rolling in place of Jameis Winston. (22)

21. New York Jets. Looking to rest and regroup after losing to the Buccaneers. (21)

22. Cincinnati Bengals. Having the worst rushing attack in the NFL is high on a list of issues. (23)

23. Chicago Bears. Somebody needs to give these guys a map to the end zone. (24)

24. L.A. Chargers. Their poor running game might find some success vs. porous Bills' run D. (25)

25. Arizona Cardinals. Injuries have them sliding down QB depth chart to Blaine Gabbert. (28)

26. Denver Broncos. Desperately trying to stop a five-game free fall. (27)

27. Miami Dolphins. Cam Wake called lopsided loss vs. Panthers "unacceptable." (26)

28. Houston Texans. They're 0-3 with Tom Savage as their starter … and it probably won't get much better. (17)

29. Indianapolis Colts. At least they made it interesting vs. the Steelers. (29)

30. San Francisco 49ers. They get some extra time to savor that lone win. (30)

31. N.Y. Giants. Being outscored 82-38 in their last two games kind of says it all. (31)

32. Cleveland Browns. The endless ouch continues. (32)

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