NFL Power Rankings Week 16: Four Teams Are Legit Contenders for Top Spot

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Dec 14, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez (3) is sacked by Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Tyrone Crawford (98) during the second half at Lincoln Financial Field. The Cowboys defeated the Eagles 38-27. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

(9-5). Previous: 16th. Pittsburgh Steelers. 12. team. 55. The Steelers play the Chiefs and Bengals at home to finish their regular season. If they win both, they clinch the AFC North title.

Baltimore Ravens. 11. team. 26. The Ravens finish at Houston this week and at home against Cleveland in the season finale. 11-5 might win the division. 10-6 might keep you out of the playoffs.. (9-5). Previous: 13th

(9-4-1). Previous: 12th. Cincinnati Bengals. 10. team. 56. A 30-0 victory over any NFL team would be impressive. The fact that it was Johnny Manziel’s first NFL start made it a little less so however. Flashing the money signs on the sidelines was pretty comical though.

Philadelphia Eagles. 9. team. 54. The Seahawks hangover continues as the Eagles lost to the Cowboys the week after the Seattle Seahawks handed them a home loss.. (9-5). Previous: 4th

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