Sky Sports' Neil Reynolds decides w*ho tops the Power Rankings after Week 11 of the NFL season?*
The Saints are rolling and look like the best team in the NFL right now. And they are scoring more than 40 points at a very frequent rate and appear to be close to unstoppable.
The Steelers had to dig deep last week to keep their winning streak alive and they have now won six straight. Those worrying days of early-season turmoil seem a long time ago.
Last week's loss at home to Denver was a stub of the toe but this is still a talented team capable of making some noise if and when they get to the playoffs, especially now Joey Bosa is healthy.
The Packers just cannot seem to get themselves going and it is shaping up to be a lost season. Mike McCarthy's seat is warming and some of his in-game decisions are real head-scratchers.
Tennessee were similarly embarrassed last weekend in Indianapolis and their inability to sufficiently protect Marcus Mariota is preventing them from building up a full head of steam.
My Sky Sports partner and long-time NFL defensive coordinator Rob Ryan cannot watch this Bengals defense without throwing his shoes at the TV. They are terrible and holding this team back.
The long-term answer at quarterback remains unanswered but the Broncos have added some talented youngsters who are making an immediate mark in the NFL, offering hope for the future.
It was only against San Francisco and Tampa Bay, but the stars have come out to play for New York over the past two games and life has become much easier for embattled QB Eli Manning.
Good teams find ways to win games, bad teams find ways to lose them. The Jags opened up a 16-0 lead over the Steelers last weekend and gave it away. This is a moral-sapping slump for Jacksonville.
Last week saw Tampa play a typical game. They fall behind while turning the ball over to the opposition far too often then rally, pick up a lot of yards and end up losing a close one.
The Niners are another team playing out the slate but they should be worth a watch in 2019.
Defense and bad weather are the only real positives going in Buffalo's favour down the stretch. Josh Allen returns at quarterback but the offense is a continued worry that needs to be addressed.
Todd Bowles is as good as gone and rookie passer Sam Darnold has regressed and been banged up. There is not much to get excited about in New York until next season.
I cannot see a happy ending in the Jon Gruden-Derek Carr soap opera that spilled over onto the sidelines last weekend. In fact, I think both parties might be open to an offseason trade.