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PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY | ProFootballWeekly.com | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2016

1 DALLAS COWBOYS 2 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 3 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 4 OAKLAND RAIDERS 5 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 6 ATLANTA FALCONS 7 DENVER BRONCOS 8 NEW YORK GIANTS 9 MIAMI DOLPHINS 10 PITTSBURGH STEELERS 11 BALTIMORE RAVENS 12 DETROIT LIONS 13 WASHINGTON 14 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 15 GREEN BAY PACKERS 16 BUFFALO BILLS 17 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 18 HOUSTON TEXANS 19 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 20 TENNESSEE TITANS 21 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 22 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS 23 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 24 CAROLINA PANTHERS 25 ARIZONA CARDINALS 26 CINCINNATI BENGALS 27 LOS ANGELES RAMS 28 NEW YORK JETS 29 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 30 CHICAGO BEARS 31 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 32 CLEVELAND BROWNS Only 10-1 club has passed every test Even on one leg, Brady can’t be beat

Wins at Oakland and Denver earn this spot They keep on winning but need to play better Offensive line’s a problem; rest of unit out of sync Hammering of Cardinals a statement game Von Miller can’t get this done by himself

They don’t impress but they do keep on winning If O-line gets healthy, Fish steal a wild-card spot Huge test for defense this Sunday with Giants Handle Miami Sunday and earn our respect Come-from-behind stuff great, but club has holes Will swap points with anyone but ‘D’ not enough Quarterback only spot that’s not part of problem Eagles win keeps playoff hopes on life support

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A very solid middle-of-the-pack team

Win over Seattle impressive, but is ‘D’ that good Osweiler looks like a huge, expensive mistake Lack of weapons make Wentz an unloaded gun Struggling to beat Bears doesn’t move needle Without Luck, Colts without hope

Have to wonder what they’d be if ever healthy They’re explosive, but no ‘D’ spells no playoffs Now they’re just finding ways to lose

No idea how they’re this bad, but they are

The Dallas Cowboys move to the top of our Week 13 Power Rankings after their impressive, Thanksgiving Day win over division rival Washington. The ’boys bump Seattle from the top spot after the Seahawks’ shocking performance against upstart Tampa Bay drops them to No. 5. AP PHOTO

Clearly seems like time for a change at the top Another team ready for a change

Can’t blame Fitzpatrick this week; how about age? Obviously Greg Olson wasn’t the problem

Tyreek Hill scored touchdowns on a pass, a run and a kickoff return Sunday night as the Chiefs beat the Broncos 30-27 in overtime. Kansas City moves up to No. 3 in our power rankings this week.

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Well, they may have found a backup quarterback Kaepernick playing really well, but rest is a mess Can you blame Hue for shedding a tear or two?

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