NFL Power Rankings: A clear No. 1

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JACKSONVILLE – Senior writer John Oehser’s pre-Week 14 2019 NFL power rankings. And we all know how important these are:

Rank.Team (record) | Comment

1.Baltimore Ravens (10-2) | 2 | The clear No. 1 with a month remaining

2.San Francisco 49ers (10-2) | 3 | Still looking like best team in NFC

3.New Orleans Saints (10-2) | 4 | Quietly in serious contention for No. 1 seed

4.New England Patriots (10-2) | 1 | Offensive troubles could prove too much to overcome

5.Seattle Seahawks (10-2) | 5 | Little difference in Nos. 1-5

6.Green Bay Packers (9-3) | 6 | Aaron Rodgers still gives them a chance in any playoff game

7.Minnesota Vikings (8-4) | 7 | Kirk Cousins’ prime-time struggles continue

8.Kansas City Chiefs (8-4) | 8 | Closing in fast on AFC West title

9.Buffalo Bills (9-3) | 9 | Still overlooked, but still contending for AFC East title

10.Houston Texans (8-4) | 10 | Looking like AFC South’s best team – with a hat tip to the Titans

11.Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5) | 13 | No Big Ben? No problem for this organization

12.Tennessee Titans (7-5) | 16 | Impressive turnaround since Tannehill became starter

13.Los Angeles Rams (7-5) | 14 | Still alive, but running out of games in wild-card chase

14.Dallas Cowboys (6-6) | 12 | Your NFC East-leading Cowboys

15.Indianapolis Colts (6-6) | 11 | Two consecutive losses have their playoff hopes in peril

16.Oakland Raiders (6-6) | 15 | Two consecutive losses have their playoff hopes in peril

17.Chicago Bears (6-6) | 20 | Too little, too late

18.Cleveland Browns (5-7) | 17 | Nice shirt

19.Carolina Panthers (5-7) | 18 | Season over, but is Ron Rivera era over?

20.Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) | 19 | Still very much in contention in weak NFC East

21.Atlanta Falcons (3-9) | 21 | Still may be the NFL’s strangest story this season

22.Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-7) | 25 | Have the look of a team ready to rise

23.Denver Broncos (4-8) | 28 | The Lock Era begins; so far, so good

24.Detroit Lions (3-8-1) | 23 | Five consecutive losses after reaching .500

25.Jacksonville Jaguars (4-8) | 22 | The ‘Stache is back

26.Los Angeles Chargers (4-8) | 24 | Up next: The Jaguars in Jacksonville

27.New York Jets (4-8) | 26 | Sunday’s loss killed November momentum

28.Arizona Cardinals (3-8-1) | 27 | Five consecutive losses after reaching .500

29.Washington Redskins (3-9) | 30 | Suddenly showing signs of life

30.Miami Dolphins (3-9) | 31 | Remember when the theory was that they were tanking?

31.New York Giants (2-10) | 29 | Still in contention for No. 1 overall selection

32.Cincinnati Bengals (1-11) | 32 | Still No. 32, but they won’t go without a victory

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