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first_img7.Houston Texans7-3beat Washington 23-21(▲1)Texans lost the turnover battle, but they won the game. 18.Baltimore Ravens5-5beat Cincinnati 24-21(▲2)Lamar Jackson becomes first QB to run for 100 or more yards since Kaepernick in 2016. 31.Oakland Raiders2-8beat Arizona 23-21(▲1)Cardinals foil Raiders’ tanking plans for a week. 26.Buffalo Bills3-7Bye week(▲1)Still have no earthly idea how they’ve won three games. Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson (21) watches during the second half of an NFL football game against the Oakland Raiders, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, in Glendale, Ariz. The Raiders won 23-21. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) 21.Detroit Lions4-6beat Carolina 20-19(▲3)Those outdoor practices for an indoor game really paid off. 16.Tennessee Titans5-5lost to Indianapolis 38-10(▼3)Still have no idea what to make of this team. 4.Pittsburgh Steelers7-2-1beat Jacksonville 20-16(–)Ugly wins still count as wins. 29.New York Jets3-7Bye week(▲1)I’d love to see a four-game playoff between the bottom four teams. Yes, I have problems. 5.New England Patriots7-3Bye week(▲1)Pats get some soft candy after the bye with a trip to visit the Jets. 14.Minnesota Vikings5-4-1lost to Chicago 25-20(▼3)Kirk Cousins: is he overrated, overpaid or both? 8.Los Angeles Chargers7-3lost to Denver 23-22(▼3)Never good to blow a 12-point second-half lead. 6.Chicago Bears7-3beat Minnesota 25-20(▲1)Khalil Mack, man. 28.Tampa Bay Buccaneers3-7lost to NY Giants 38-35(▼2)The QB carousel continues…but if both of them stink, does it matter? The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Here’s a look at this week’s order:Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings – Week 12 Top Stories 15.Green Bay Packers4-5-1lost to Seattle 27-24(▼3)Will never understand why McCarthy didn’t go for it on 4th-and-2 with four minutes left. 30.San Francisco 49ers2-8Bye week(▲1)A chance for a win coming at Tampa Bay? 32.Arizona Cardinals2-8lost to Oakland 23-21(▼4)The worst Cardinals team since they’ve been in the desert. 24.Cleveland Browns3-6-1Bye week(▼2)They employed Hue Jackson for 2.5 years, why is interviewing Condoleezza Rice so absurd? It seems like I say something similar every year, but man, this has been a weird NFL season.Through 11 weeks, only 11 teams have winning records, while 12 squads have either four or five wins. The top five of the league is ridiculously strong, while the bottom eighth is about as weak as possible.That doesn’t mean good things for the Arizona Cardinals, who are at the bottom of the bottom again this week after a terrible loss to the woeful Oakland Raiders. We might be looking at an early launch date for this year’s NFL Mock Draft Tracker on Just sayin’.center_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 20.Cincinnati Bengals5-5lost to Baltimore 24-21(▼5)Bengals, once relevant, have lost four their last five. 22.Denver Broncos4-6beat LA Chargers 23-22(▲3)Broncos get third win by three points or less this season. 3.Kansas City Chiefs9-2lost to LA Rams 54-51(▼1)Patrick Mahomes with six TD passes in loss. He’s on pace to throw 53. 27.Jacksonville Jaguars3-7lost to Pittsburgh 20-16(▼4)Kept reminding Big Ben of how many picks he threw. Yeah, it’s the same number that’s in their win column. 25.New York Giants3-7beat Tampa Bay 38-35(▲4)You just can’t keep Eli Manning down. 11.Indianapolis Colts5-5beat Tennessee 38-10(▲3)If this keeps up, Andrew Luck and Frank Reich might take home postseason awards. RankTeamRecordResultMovementComment 7 Comments   Share   10.Carolina Panthers6-4lost to Detroit 20-19(–)Bad loss to Detroit, but mediocrity around the league keeps them in top 10. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 23.Atlanta Falcons4-6lost to Dallas 22-19(▼2)Hope you at least have Matt Bryant on your fantasy team. 2.Los Angeles Rams10-1beat Kansas City 54-51(▲1)Scored an NFL season-high 54 points without a TD from Todd Gurley, who leads the league in touchdowns. 12.Dallas Cowboys5-5beat Atlanta 22-19(▲4)Pretty good back-to-back road wins have the Cowboys in the thick of the division race. 1.New Orleans Saints9-1beat Philadelphia 48-7(–)Saints have scored 144 points in the last three weeks. That’s one less than the Cardinals and seven more than the Bills have scored all year. 13.Seattle Seahawks5-5beat Green Bay 27-24(▲6)Very workmanlike performance to beat the Packers. 17.Miami Dolphins5-5Bye week(–)Tough trip to Indianapolis after their bye week. 9.Washington Redskins6-4lost to Houston 23-21(–)The injury to Alex Smith makes things very interesting in the NFC East. 19.Philadelphia Eagles4-6lost to New Orleans 48-7(▼1)The Eagles suffer the worst loss ever by a defending Super Bowl champion. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img

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