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Originally published Saturday, December 7, 2013 at 8:06 PM

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Jayson Jenks’ NFL power rankings

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Lions: It just didn’t feel like Thanksgiving with the Lions winning last Thursday. It was their first win on Turkey Day in 10 years.

Eagles: Second-year QB Nick Foles in his past four games: 13 TDs, no interceptions.

Ravens: That contract for Joe Flacco doesn’t look so good right now: 15 touchdowns, 14 interceptions.

Bears: ESPN columnist Michael Wilbon ripped first-year coach Marc Trestman for being too conservative with his offense. He has a point: Chicago’s defense surely can’t stop anyone.

Jets: Rookie QB Geno Smith hasn’t thrown a touchdown pass in his past five games. Worse, he’s thrown eight interceptions in that span.

Texans: Who would have thought before the season that Gary Kubiak would be the first coach fired in the NFL?

No. (LW) Team
1 (1)Seattle Seahawks
2 (2)Denver Broncos
3 (4)Carolina Panthers
4 (5)New England Patriots
5 (3)New Orleans Saints
6 (7)San Francisco 49ers
7 (8)Cincinnati Bengals
8 (9)Detroit Lions
9 (6)Kansas City Chiefs
10 (12)Philadelphia Eagles
11 (13)Dallas Cowboys
12 (15)Indianapolis Colts
13 (14)Baltimore Ravens
14 (9)Arizona Cardinals
15 (11)San Diego Chargers
16 (17)Tennessee Titans
17 (18)St. Louis Rams
18 (16)Chicago Bears
19 (20)Miami Dolphins
20 (23)New York Giants
21 (19)Green Bay Packers
22 (21)New York Jets
23 (22)Cleveland Browns
24 (24)Buffalo Bills
25 (25)Pittsburgh Steelers
26 (29)Minnesota Vikings
27 (27)Tampa Bay Buccaneers
28 (26)Washington Redskins
29 (28)Oakland Raiders
30 (30)Atlanta Falcons
31 (31)Jacksonville Jaguars
32 (32)Houston Texans

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