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NFL Power Rankings: Two still stand

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JACKSONVILLE -- Here are senior writer John Oehser's pre-Week 11 2015 NFL power rankings. And we all know how important these are:

1.New England Patriots (9-0) | 1 | So good when it matters

2.Carolina Panthers (9-0) | 3 | It may be time to accept that they're good

3.Arizona Cardinals (7-2) | 6 | This looks like a team that can beat anyone, anywhere

4.Cincinnati Bengals (8-1) | 2 | Still a legitimate threat to win AFC

5.Denver Broncos (7-2) | 4 | Suddenly very, very vulnerable

6.Green Bay Packers (6-3) | 5 | Three consecutive losses? Really? For the Pack?

7.Minnesota Vikings (7-2) | 7 | Your NFC North-leading … Minnesota Vikings

8.Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4) | 10 | Ben plays big as a backup, too

9.Atlanta Falcons (6-3) | 9 | Blasted through the bye in dominant fashion

10.New York Giants (5-5) | 12| Oh those fourth quarters

11.Buffalo Bills (5-4) | 15 | Scraping their way back into the wild-card chase

12.New York Jets (5-4) | 11| Sliding back to the pack

13.Seattle Seahawks (4-5) | 8 | Still good, but at some point they have to win

14.Miami Dolphins (4-5) | 19 | Winning at Philly could be one they remember at season's end

15.St. Louis Rams (4-5) | 13 | Back-to-back losses is making once good-looking season look worse

16.Oakland Raiders (4-5) | 14 | Two consecutive losses after October surge

17.Philadelphia Eagles (4-5) | 16 | You keep waiting – and waiting – for them to be consistent

18.Indianapolis Colts (4-5) | 17 | Still leading the AFC South after bye week

19.Washington Redskins (4-5) | 20 | Somehow, some way they're a half-game out of first

20.Kansas City Chiefs (4-5) | 22 | It's time to stop thinking they're out of this

21.Chicago Bears (4-5) | 23 | Surprisingly easy victory over Rams Sunday

22.New Orleans Saints (4-6) | 21 | Defense a disaster in the Big Easy

23.Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-5) | 24 | Pretty good – surprisingly good, actually

24.Houston Texans (4-5) | 25 | Tied for first in AFC South

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-6) | 30 | Yes, they really won that game

26.Dallas Cowboys (2-7) | 18 | They are what their record says they are

27.Baltimore Ravens (2-7) | 26 | Did everything against the Jaguars except win

28.San Francisco 49ers (3-6) | 27 | Nice little effort versus the bye this week

29.San Diego Chargers (2-7) | 28 | Confidence-builder against bye this week

30.Tennessee Titans (2-7) | 31 | Mike Mularkey heading back to Jax Thursday

31.Detroit Lions (2-7) | 32 | First victory at Lambeau Field since 1991

32.Cleveland Browns (2-8) | 29 | Things going South in a hurry in Cleveland. Again.

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