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2018 NFC Week 10 Power Rankings

The NFC Power Ranking will post weekly with regular ProFootballTalkLine.com analyst, authors, and pundits from your favorites team creating an individual list that we then add together for the combined (and final) ranking.

Below the chart, each contributor will list their reason(s) for the biggest move up or down their board from the previous week as well as discuss any detail they feel important to their rankings. You can sort the ranking from any individual contributor by clicking on their name.


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New Orleans, Saints, NFC South21111
Los Angeles, Rams, NFC West12222
Carolina, Panthers, NFC South33433
Minnesota, Vikings, NFC North65344
Chicago, Bears, NFC North44565
Washington, Redskins, NFC East56876
Atlanta, Falcons, NFC South78657
Philadelphia, Eagles, NFC East87798
Green Bay, Packers, NFC North991089
Seattle, Seahawks, NFC West101091010
Dallas, Cowboys, NFC East1411121111
Detroit, Lions, NFC North1213111212
Tampa Bay, Buccaneers, NFC South1112141313
San Francisco, 49ers, NFC West1315131514
Arizona, Cardinals, NFC West1514151415
New York, Giants, NFC East1616161616
Despite the Saints win over the Rams, I feel they are not the best team in the conference as yet. But its close. The Panthers and Bears continue their impressive runs in 2018. The Cowboys and Cardinals need to start thinking about 2019.
In Brees We Trust! What a game??? NOLA and LA has separated itself from the pack. CAR is a good ball club. CHI is top 10 on both sides of the ball. MINN is starting to click. WAS shows uncertainty. PHI may be recovering from SB hangover. ATL is starting to resemble "Who we thought they were?"GB gets a pass in NE. SEA is gritty but missing something. DAL can't win at home on MNF. TB cannot stop a runny nose on D. DET, AZ, SF, and NY are bottom dwellers in need of a makeover. NFC is proving top heavy but the NFC North still has three competitive teams and the South isn't too far behind. Teams to watch LA, NOLA, MINN, CAR, CHI, and ATL. This will be a fun second half of the season...
The Saints won the battle for the top spot in the NFC, but the Rams don't fall far. The Vikings, Panthers, Bears and Falcons continue to rise. Philadelphia wins for not playing, but everyone else in the conference is in trouble.  
The Saints have the top spot this week after an impressive 45-35 win against the Rams. One team people should keep an eye on are the Atlanta Falcons as they rise through the standings. The Eagles are in the middle of the pack but can come back to the playoffs by claiming the dumpster fire of a division the NFC East. Keeping the theme was dumpster fires the 49ers and Giants play in the loser gets the number 1 pick bowl, where the loser could be the winner in the long run.

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Ben Grimaldi

Ben Grimaldi

ProFootball Free Lance Author at SportsTalkLine.com
Cowboys Desk Free Lance Author on ProFootBallTalkLine.Com. Associate sports producer. Let's talk sports! On Twitter @BenGrimaldi and Podcasting for STL!
James Torres

James Torres

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ProFootball Free Lance Writer for @profootballtalkline Network covering Da Chicago Bears.. Chicago Professional Sports Fan, Sport Administrator, Educator, Yogi, and Truth-Seeker. #findyourflow #beardown Follow me on Twitter @00jt77
Tom McAlister

Tom McAlister

ProFootball Free Lance Author at SportsTalkLine.com
I have an extreme passion for sports as I have participated as a player, coach, and referee of many different sports. I have started to illustrate my love of athletics by becoming a sports writer. I founded my own blog dfends.com and I am a SportsTalkLine.com Free Lance writer covering the New York Giants.
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Spinksy

ProFootball Free Lance Writer at SportsTalkLine.com
Aussie with a passion for the NFL. Always looking for a new challenge, never stop learning.
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