NFL Power Rankings: Late Look at League Hierarchy Before Sunday’s Action

November 30, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Week 13's slate of Thanksgiving action did little to tell fans about the NFL as a whole.
Fans know Detroit is a good team. Most are against an Aaron Rodgers-less Green Bay Packers. Dallas can beat bad teams like Oakland. Baltimore is slightly better than Pittsburgh—but both are mediocre. 
Luckily, Sunday is right around the corner and will tell us much about how the playoff picture (or draft picture) is beginning to take form. 
Before that happens, here is how the NFL looks from a rankings standpoint. 
1. Seattle Seahawks
The 10-1 Seattle Seahawks are the easy pick for the No. 1 slot. Seattle has not lost since early October and has marquee wins over teams such as Carolina and San Francisco.
Percy Harvin is a nice addition to the offense, but the line will need to stay healthy for it to be effective.
We'll find out in a hurry just how elite the Seahawks are thanks to a Monday Night Football showdown with the No. 2 team...

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