1 – Kansas City Chiefs (2)
The Chiefs were the only team from last week’s top 3 to not lose on Sunday. For that, they find themselves at the top of our Week 11 Power Rankings. Instead of falling, they handled the Jaguars by a score of 27-17 on the back of four touchdown throws from Patrick Mahomes. With Josh Allen faltering a little in the last few weeks, Mahomes has quietly been catching up to him in the MVP discussion and may need to be considered the front runner after this week.
2 – Philadelphia Eagles (1)
Even after suffering a primetime loss to the Washington Commanders, the Eagles come in at the second position of our Week 11 Power Rankings. Clearly, Philadelphia wasn’t at its best on Monday Night, but a bad game should not erase what they’ve done throughout the season. Without two fourth quarter fumbles, a missed call and a suspect roughing the passer with less than two minutes left, there is a good chance that the team still would be undefeated. Now, it’s time to put that one behind them and bounce back next week in Indianapolis.
3 – Minnesota Vikings (4)
With an incredible win on Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings are moving to third in our Week 11 Power Rankings. After dealing with questions and doubts all year, the Vikings walked out of Buffalo with a miraculous win that will surely silence all the doubters for a while. Justin Jefferson proved that there is no receiver better than him in the league right now with the catch of the year on a 4th and 18 to keep the team alive. Soon after that, the game went to overtime where Patrick Peterson intercepted a Josh Allen pass to finish the contest. Even if Allen wasn’t fully healthy, it’s time to stop wondering if these Minnesota Vikings are the real deal.
4 – Buffalo Bills (3)
Coming in right below the team that took them out this weekend are the Buffalo Bills. The Bills have found some crazy ways to lose games this year, but none crazier than Sunday against the Vikings. Josh Allen is a great quarterback, but decision making has been a little questionable recently, and he’s fallen out of the MVP frontrunner spot because of it. If Buffalo can get fully healthy, they still might be the best team in the NFL, but maybe not by the margin that people had originally thought.
5 – Miami Dolphins (N/A)
In the last three weeks, the Miami Dolphins have averaged 35 points per game and have only turned the ball over twice. Tua has been terrific and is still undefeated in games that he has started and finished. The dynamic duo of Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill continues to wreak havoc on opposing secondaries, while the new duo of Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson in the backfield has shined as well. It’s tough to say where Miami will end up in such a competitive division and conference, but for now, it would be disrespectful to not have them in our Week 11 Power Rankings.
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