Sky Sports' Neil Reynolds decides who tops the Power Rankings after Week 13 of the NFL season?
The Rams score points for fun, make timely big plays on defense and play excellent special teams. That combined with their NFL-best 11-1 record gives them top spot in the rankings.
It's not a monumental drop for the Saints following last week's loss to Dallas but it will be vital to see how they respond in the coming weeks now teams have found a way to beat them.
I could not be more impressed with the job Pete Carrroll has done with these Seahawks. Seattle have been running the ball for fun during a spell that has seen them win five of their last seven.
The Cowboys have won four straight and they look built for the playoffs. They can run the ball, get physical on both lines and they are playing some of the best defense in the NFL at the moment.
I find it hard to drop the Vikings lower than this given the talent on their roster but they simply have not been able to recapture the magic of 2017. Committing to the running game would help.
That was a horrible showing in Jacksonville last Sunday and it served as a reminder that the Colts are still middle-of-the-pack for now. But that is good enough to be a playoff contender in the NFL.
The defending Super Bowl champs are decimated in the secondary and unable to find consistency on offense. But they are still alive and they know what it takes to make a late-season run.
The Dolphins are one of the more non-descript teams in the league. They're not terrible but they're also far from good. But they are a tough and bloody-minded unit who competes hard every week.
I remain convinced that Dirk Koetter is on a coaching hot seat in Tampa but the Bucs are at least putting up a fight and are somehow still alive in the NFC playoff race at 5-7.
The wheels are officially off for the Falcons as they have lost four in a row. While head coach Dan Quinn should be safe, the same might not apply to offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian.
Matt Patricia continues to have his players practice outside in snow and sub-zero temperatures ahead of dome games. He's trying to change a culture but could end up losing his locker room.
Either side of San Francisco Bay lies two teams with just two wins to their name. Injuries derailed the 49ers��� season before it even got started. I don't expect them to be this low in 2019.
That was an encouraging fight against the Chiefs last week but the talent cupboard is officially bare in Oakland. They remind me of the Jags in 2013 when they embarked on a total rebuild.
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