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NFL power rankings 2017: Tracking where teams are entering Week 11
Every team in the NFL is still looking up to the Philadelphia Eagles. 
But teams like the Rams, Saints, Vikings, and Patriots are catching up 
to Philadelphia.
by Kaleel.Weatherly  Nov 14, 2017, 10:50am EST

Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images
Despite a bye week in Week 10, the Philadelphia Eagles are the top team 
on each power rankings list. At 8-1, they have the best record in the 
NFL. But other teams like the Los Angeles Rams, New England Patriots, 
Minnesota Vikings, and New Orleans Saints are ranked high on each list.

ESPN's power rankings has the Saints, Patriots, and Steelers in the top 
five. All three teams are 7-2, and they all walked away with a victory 
in Week 10. After defeating the Miami Dolphins in Week 10, the Carolina 
Panthers climbed back in the top 10.

Yahoo Sports' power rankings look similar to ESPN's. However, the Rams 
are the No. 4 team on that list. Los Angeles is probably the biggest 
surprise this season. They are currently 7-2, and new head coach Sean 
McVay has breathed life back into the team and its fanbase. Also, the 
Panthers and Falcons are fighting for the NFC South crown, and they are 
both in Yahoo Sports' top 10.

The Rams are also No. 2 on NFL.com's power rankings list. New England 
and Pittsburgh are also in the top 5. Also, Carolina climbed back into 
the top 10, and the Jacksonville Jaguars are penciled in at No. 7.

CBS Sports' power rankings look similar to the other three lists. 
However, the Falcons and Cowboys slipped out of the top 10. As for the 
Panthers, they climbed up to the top 10 on every power rankings list 
this week. But the Houston Texans dropped below the top 20.

SB Nation released its Hope Rankings list on Tuesday, and the Eagles are 
still the top team on that list. The Saints and Rams are in the top 
five, but the Detroit Lions finally climbed up to the top 10. No, this 
list isn't your normal power rankings. Instead, this list gives fans an 
idea about which team SB Nation believes has the most hope heading into 
Week 11.

The San Francisco 49ers finally collected their first win of the Kyle 
Shanahan era in Week 10. But unfortunately for Cleveland Browns, the 
only winless team this season, they are still at the bottom of each 
power rankings. It's almost safe to say that Cleveland will have the No. 
1 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Week 11 Power Rankings
Rank	ESPN	Yahoo!	NFL.com	CBS
1	Philadelphia Eagles	Philadelphia Eagles	Philadelphia Eagles	
2	New England Patriots	New England Patriots	Los Angeles Rams	
3	New Orleans Saints	New Orleans Saints	New England Patriots	
4	Pittsburgh Steelers	Los Angeles Rams	New Orleans Saints	
5	Kansas City Chiefs	Pittsburgh Steelers	Pittsburgh Steelers	
6	Minnesota Vikings	Kansas City Chiefs	Minnesota Vikings	
7	Los Angeles Rams	Seattle Seahawks	Jacksonville Jaguars	
8	Seattle Seahawks	Minnesota Vikings	Kansas City Chiefs	
9	Jacksonville Jaguars	Carolina Panthers	Seattle Seahawks	
10	Carolina Panthers	Atlanta Falcons	Carolina Panthers	
11	Atlanta Falcons	Dallas Cowboys	Tennessee Titans	
12	Tennessee Titans	Jacksonville Jaguars	Atlanta Falcons	
13	Dallas Cowboys	Detroit Lions	Dallas Cowboys	
14	Detroit Lions	Washington	Detroit Lions	
15	Oakland Raiders	Tennessee Titans	Buffalo Bills	
16	Buffalo Bills	Buffalo Bills	Washington	
17	Green Bay Packers	Oakland Raiders	Los Angeles Chargers	
18	Washington	Baltimore Ravens	Oakland Raiders	
19	Los Angeles Chargers	Los Angeles Chargers	Chicago Bears	
20	Baltimore Ravens	Green Bay Packers	Baltimore Ravens	
21	Houston Texans	New York Jets	Green Bay Packers	
22	Denver Broncos	Arizona Cardinals	Denver Broncos	
23	Tampa Bay Buccaneers	Denver Broncos	Indianapolis Colts	
24	New York Jets	Cincinnati Bengals	Arizona Cardinals	
25	Arizona Cardinals	Miami Dolphins	Tampa Bay Buccaneers	
26	Miami Dolphins	Chicago Bears	New York Jets	
27	Cincinnati Bengals	Indianapolis Colts	Cincinnati Bengals	
28	Chicago Bears	Tampa Bay Buccaneers	Miami Dolphins	
29	Indianapolis Colts	Houston Texans	San Francisco 49ers	
30	New York Giants	San Francisco 49ers	Houston Texans	
31	San Francisco 49ers	New York Giants	New York Giants	
32	Cleveland Browns	Cleveland Browns	Cleveland Browns	
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