NFL Power Rankings Week 15
Who’s going to win it all at Super Bowl 55? Our Week 15 power rankings will give you a good idea of where to put your money.
Looks like our oddsmakers are Bill-eivers this week, as Buffalo spanked the Steelers and moved up three spots in the rankings.
Another big mover was Washington, now with four wins in a row and solid chance to win the NFC East.
Can they go all the way? In the playoffs, anything can happen.
#1 – The Kansas City Chiefs (12-1) +175
TE Travis Kelce is the #1 receiver in the league, and he’s hungry for another ring. Can anyone stop the Chiefs’ offense?
#2 – New Orleans Saints (10-3) +650
Three W’s in a row for Taysom Hill. What will the Saints do when Drew Brees is healthy again?
#3 – Green Bay Packers (10-3) +650
They just clinched the NFC North and Green Bay’s got a shot at the #1 seed in the NFC.
#4 – Buffalo Bills (10-3) +1000
Josh Allen suddenly looks like a superstar, and the Bills’ defense makes big plays. No one wants to see them in the playoffs.
#5 – Los Angeles Rams (9-4) +1000
With the league’s #1 defense, the Rams have a shot at going all the way to Tampa Bay in February.
#6– Pittsburgh Steelers (11-2) +1000
T.J. Watt is second in the league in sacks and the Steelers lead the league in that category. That could make the difference in a close playoff game.
#7 – Seattle Seahawks (9-4) +1200
A blowout over the Jets didn’t change much – Seattle needs to show it can regain its dominant footing after going 3-3 in their last 6 games.
#8 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-5) +1300
Tampa’s got some holes, especially with their aging QB, but there’s enough playoff savvy in his head to carry them on any given weekend.
#9 – Baltimore Ravens (7-5) +1800
In a wild win over Cleveland, the Ravens showed why they’re a dangerous team anytime Lamar’s got the ball in his hands. Can they keep rolling?
#10 – Indianapolis Colts (9-4) +2500
Like the Colts’ chances? They face the Texans and Jags over the next three games to close out the season, and anything can happen in the postseason.
#11 – Tennessee Titans (9-4) +2500
Just like the Colts, Tennessee has a soft sked for their remaining games. And Derrick Henry seems built for the playoffs.
#12 – Cleveland Browns (9-4) +4000
Nick Chubb gets lost in all the Baker-mania, but he’s averaging 6 yards per carry this season and they’re a different team when he’s in the lineup.
#13 – Arizona Cardinals (7-6) +6000
If Haason Reddick has another monster 5-sack game, a playoff spot could be in the Cards.
#14 – Washington Football Team (6-7) +6000
A top-5 D and a rejuvenated Alex Smith has Washington believing in themselves.
#15 – Miami Dolphins (8-5) +6600
They hung on against the #1 Chiefs last weekend, and if Tua can keep maturing every week the Fins can win.
#16 – Las Vegas Raiders (7-6) +10000
Like a player at a craps table, Vegas is running hot and cold. But they might have run out of chips and the firing of their defensive coordinator doesn’t bode well.
#17 – New York Giants (5-8) +10000
A wounded Danny Dimes and still no Saquon put an end to the Giants’ four-game win streak. Can they bounce back in time?
#18 – Minnesota Vikings (6-7) +12500
Four missed field goals was the exact difference in the Vikes’ loss to Tampa. They’ll need to fix that in a hurry if they want to get a leg up on the competition.
#19 – Philadelphia Eagles (4-8-1) +15000
Jalen Hurts put Eagles on his back last weekend. They have an outside shot at the NFC East title, but they’ll need to come up big against the Cards this weekend.
#20 – San Francisco 49ers (5-8) +25000
WR Deebo Samuel is the latest Niners player to go down with an injury – no team has had to battle the injury bug like San Fran has this season.
#21 – Chicago Bears (6-7) +30000
Relying again on QB Mitch Trubisky paid off for the Bears against the Texans, but a tougher Vikings’ defense is ready for a classic rivalry game this weekend.
#22 – Dallas Cowboys (4-9) +50000
QB Andy Dalton looked solid against the Bengals last weekend, and he’s got the experience to put a few more W’s in the win column.
#23– New England Patriots (6-7) +50000
From scoring 45 points two weeks ago to just 3 last week, the Pats will need to find some consistency and it starts with Cam Newton.
#24 – Detroit Lions (5-8) +100000
The Lions’ slim playoff chances rest on Matthew Stafford’s injury status this weekend. Without him, they’ll be looking ahead to next year.
#25 – Denver Broncos (5-8) +200000
Drew Lock is up for Player of the Week honors for his big game against Carolina, but the Bills’ big play defense is waiting for this Saturday’s matchup.
So who’s riding the wave at the right time heading into the final weeks of the regular season?
Lamar Jackson just pulled off some late-game heroics to keep the Ravens in the Super Bowl conversation. And Josh Allen has the Bills Mafia going crazy with visions of the Lombardi Trophy.
Meanwhile, longshots like Miami and Arizona have the hotshot young QBs to make anything possible.
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