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NFC Power Rankings – Week 13


Where do the Washington Redskins rank amongst the best teams in the NFC?  Here are the Riggo’s Rag – NFC Power Rankings for week 13.

 

16.  Atlanta Falcons – (3-9)  Beat the Bills in Toronto 34-31.  LW # 16

15.  Washington Redskins – (3-9)  Lost to the Giants at home 24-17LW # 14

14.  Minnesota Vikings – (3-8-1)  Beat the Bears at home 23-20.  LW # 15

13.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers – (3-9)  Lost to the Panthers 27-6. LW # 13

12.  New York Giants – (5-7) Beat the Redskins on the road 24-17. LW # 12

11.  Green Bay Packers – (5-6-1)  Lost to the Lions on the road 40-10.  LW # 11

10.  St. Louis Rams – (5-7)  Lost to the 49ers on the road 23-13.  LW # 10

9.  Chicago Bears – (6-6)  Lost to the Vikings on the road 23-20.  LW #7

8.  Dallas Cowboys – (7-5)  Beat the Raiders at home 31-24.  LW # 9

7.  Philadelphia Eagles – (7-5) Beat the Cardinals at home 24-21.  LW # 8

6.  Detroit Lions – (7-5)  Beat the Packers at home 40-10.  LW # 6

5.  Arizona Cardinals – (7-5)  Lost to the Eagles on the road 24-21.  LW # 5

4.  San Francisco 49ers – (8-4)  Beat the Rams 23-13 at home.  LW # 4

3.  Carolina Panthers – (9-3) Beat the Buccaneers at home 27-6.  LW # 3

2.  New Orleans Saints – (9-3) Lost to the Seahawks on the road 34-7.   LW # 2

1.  Seattle Seahawks – (11-1)  Beat the Seahawks at home 34-7.  LW # 1

 

The Redskins move down to number 15 after losing to the Giants.  At this point I doubt the Redskins will be able to get back into the Top 10.  Things are trending downward for the team.

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  • Daniel Judd

    The only team that can beat the Seahawks at home is the Seahawks. It all makes since now.

    • http://fanonfiresportswire.com/ Maurice Barksdale

      You may be right Daniel. The home field advantage the Seahawks have is amazing. That stadium gets so loud it’s ridiculous. However, they are not unbeatable there. It only takes one team to make it happen, and in the playoffs anything is possible. It will certainly be put to the test this season, as the Seahawks didn’t have a home playoff game last year. So we’ll see.