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NFL Power Rankings: Wrapping up the regular season

Posted Dec 31, 2013

Jaguars.com Senior Writer John Oehser ranks the 32 NFL teams following Week 17.

JACKSONVILLE – Here are the jaguars.com post-Week 17 2013 power rankings. And we all know how important these are:

1.Denver Broncos (13-3) | 1 | If there’s a favorite in the AFC, they’re it

2.Seattle Seahawks (13-3) | 2 | Will be brutally tough to beat at home

3.New England Patriots (12-4) | 3 | Could win in Denver. Can they get there?

4.San Francisco 49ers (12-4) | 4 | Would it shock anyone if they win NFC?

5.Carolina Panthers (12-4) | 5 | Earned the No. 2 NFC seed. Can they back it up?

6.Kansas City Chiefs (11-5) | 6 | Remarkable turnaround. Are they postseason ready?

7.New Orleans Saints (11-5) | 7 | Road woes a real worry entering postseason

8.Cincinnati Bengals (11-5) |8 | Defense makes them dangerous in postseason

9.Indianapolis Colts (11-5) | 9 | Will be tough to beat in postseason

10.Arizona Cardinals (10-6) |10 | Odd-team out, but really good season

11.Philadelphia Eagles (10-6) | 11 | As good on the road as any team in NFL this season

12.Green Bay Packers (8-7-1) | 13 | Rodgers is back and so is their momentum

13.San Diego Chargers (9-7) | 16 | Philip Rivers moved back into the elite group this season

14.Pittsburgh Steelers (8-8) | 18 | Had plenty of chances to win their way in

15.Chicago Bears (8-8) | 12 | Fired coach last offseason after 10-6 season

16.Miami Dolphins (8-8) | 14 | Late-season collapse will leave bitter, bitter taste

17.Baltimore Ravens (8-8) | 15 | Too many personnel losses to overcome

18.Dallas Cowboys (8-8) | 17 | Gallant effort in season finale not enough

19.St. Louis Rams (7-9) | 19 | Looks like a team ready for a jump

20.New York Giants (7-9) | 21 | Disastrous start left too little margin for error

21.New York Jets (8-8) | 22 | Somehow, some way the Jets got to .500

22.Buffalo Bills (6-10) | 24 | Brighter days ahead

23.Detroit Lions (7-9) | 20 | Talent couldn’t save season or Jim Schwartz

24.Tennessee Titans (7-9) | 24 | Victories in last two games let them avert double-digit losses

25.Cleveland Browns (4-12) | 25 | One and done for Chud stunned many

26.Oakland Raiders (4-12) | 26 | All lives to fight another year

27.Minnesota Vikings (5-10-1) | 27 | Playoffs in ’12 only bought Frazier a year

28.Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-12) | 28| The Schiano era ends unceremoniously

29.Jacksonville Jaguars (4-12) | 29| A 4-4 record in second half of season

30.Atlanta Falcons (4-12) | 30 | The stunning gall ends at last

31.Washington Redskins (3-13) | 31 | Four and done for Shanahan in D.C.

32.Houston Texans (2-14) | 32 | Fourteen consecutive losses to end the season

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