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2018 NFC Week 13 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 South1111
Los Angeles, Rams, NFC West2222
Chicago, Bears, NFC North3343
Seattle, Seahawks, NFC West4554
Carolina, Panthers, NFC South7635
Dallas, Cowboys, NFC East6476
Minnesota, Vikings, NFC North5767
Washington, Redskins, NFC East9888
Philadelphia, Eagles, NFC East8999
Green Bay, Packers, NFC North10101010
Atlanta, Falcons, NFC South11111111
Detroit, Lions, NFC North12121212
New York, Giants, NFC East13131313
Tampa Bay, Buccaneers, NFC South14141414
Arizona, Cardinals, NFC West15151515
San Francisco, 49ers, NFC West16161616
NOLA is the best team in the NFL until proven otherwise. LAR laid idle. CHI is winning with a back QB on the road during a short week. SEA is making their Carroll heard before Christmas. MINN handles much needed business. Jerry trades for offense and DAL won again! CAR is slowly slipping away. PHI is officially hungover, cannot find consistency. Can WASH remain competitive with Colt McCoy? GB is sunk, even with Mr. Rodgers. ATL isn't very good with a ton of weapons. DET couldn't capitalize against Chase Daniel. NYG, TB, AZ are a equal or lesser value, not good but have some bright spots. SF, can you rebuild during a rebuild. Teams to Watch; CHI, DAL, SEA, & CAR. Game of the Week, Saints v Cowboys and right now the playoffs will run through NOLA perhaps all the way to Atlanta.
The Rams and the Saints are the standout teams in 2018. The Cowboys match up with the 10-1 Saints this week will be a great measuring stick for the Cowboys season. The Seahawks are a dark horse for the playoffs after an impressive victory over the Panthers. The rest of the conference falls into line, with the 49ers holding the bottom spot.

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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.
Tom McAlister
James Torres

James Torres

ProFootball Free Lance Writer at SportsTalkLine.com
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
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Spinksy

ProFootball Free Lance Writer at SportsTalkLine.com
Covering players from College Freshman to NFL Hall of Famers and everything in between. This isn't only a passion for me, its a way of life.

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