NFL Power Rankings Week 11: Titans a new No. 1, Chiefs surge and Falcons fall a bit

Cowboys and Patriots rise, while Raiders and Chargers struggles continue

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Any given Sunday. Such a cliché, yet so rooted in truth.

The NFL is as much of a week-to-week league as it has ever been, with major upsets playing out every week.

We certainly saw that from Thursday through Monday, with unexpected results that create great drama and great shifts in our power rankings.

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That's what makes this league fun, even though, over time, the best teams will win enough to control their divisions and playoff fate.

We have a new No. 1 with the red-hot Titans, and some minor shifts in the top 10 with several elite teams going down. The Falcons took a dip after that loss in Dallas, as you'd expect.

Let's take a look at how the entire league stacks up in our Week 10 NFL power rankings:

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Tennessee Titans
Titans are an absolute tear right now. So impressive that it has continued with Derrick Henry out.
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Dallas Cowboys
Cowboys are so deep, so talented. That receiver corps is something else. They might be the class of the NFC.
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Green Bay Packers
Packers back on track following Aaron Rodgers return. What a shock.
(8-2)
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Arizona Cardinals
When does Kyler come back? Not soon enough.
(6-3)
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3
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Buffalo Bills
Bills better keep it up. Pats are breathing down their necks in the AFC East.
(6-3)
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Bucs have lost two straight. Doubt Brady at your own peril.
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Los Angeles Rams
The more superstars they add, the worse the Rams look. P.S. Losing Robert Woods was a huge deal.
(6-3)
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Baltimore Ravens
Losing to Miami doesn’t help Lamar’s MVP case.
(6-4)
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Kansas City Chiefs
Was that beat down in Vegas the time this sleeping giant woke up?
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10
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New England Patriots
The Patriots are red hot coming into Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Thursday night.
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New Orleans Saints
New Orleans suddenly struggling to find winning form without an established starting quarterback. What a shock.


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Los Angeles Chargers
Bolts have lost three of four, leaving the AFC West wide freaking open.
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Las Vegas Raiders
Raiders got owned by Kansas City. All these personnel losses are starting to add up and wear the Silver and Black down.
(5-4)
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Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati had a bye week to figure out how to keep the season from spiraling.
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3
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Pittsburgh Steelers
Losing a quarterback late in the week may result in nearly losing to the Lions.
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Carolina Panthers
What a return for Cam Newton. Now he’s prepping to be the starter? Sometimes the headlines write themselves.
(5-5)
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3
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Cleveland Browns
Falcons fans wish the Browns could’ve put up a better fight against their next opponent. Instead, the Pats got to rest their starters down the stretch.
(5-5)
18
2
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Indianapolis Colts
Colts have won two straight against the Jags and Jets. Wake us when they beat someone of real substance.
(4-5)
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Minnesota Vikings
Mike Zimmer took a call from Deion Sanders during a press conference. After a big win, you can do whatever you want.
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San Francisco 49ers
49ers finally looked like the team many expected to be an NFC contender. Is it too late to turn things around? P.S. Kyle Shanahan OWNS the Rams. Owns them.
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Denver Broncos
Broncos fall right back to their level after that crazy win in Dallas. This team’s a long way from being good.
(4-5)
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FALCONS
The Dirty Birds must move on quickly after lopsided loss to Dallas. The Patriots are on deck.
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Seattle Seahawks
Russell came back. Sure didn’t look ready.
(4-6)
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Philadelphia Eagles
Jalen Hurts is starting to show Philly fans something.
(3-6)
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Chicago Bears
Bears need to keep giving their young first-round quarterback experience in hopes that this one’s better than the last.
(3-6)
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Washington Football Team
Chase Young’s out for the year. Injuries stink.
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Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins are back in the Tua business. Just like they have been all along. (Insert eye roll emoji here).
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New York Giants
Big Blue goes down after a bye, as the cellar dwellars surge.
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New York Jets
Remember way back when, like two weeks ago, when Mike White was a conquering hero. Yeah. Me neither.
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Jacksonville Jaguars
Memes of Urban Meyers looking distraught over Jaguars futility are getting funnier and funnier. And, more and more frequent.
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Houston Texans
The Texans were surely rooting for the Lions on Sunday. After all, they need a little help to lock down that No. 1 pick.
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Detroit Lions
0-16-1 just doesn’t same impact as 0-17. If you’re going to lose a lot, at least be the best at it.
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