LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – ESPN Power Rankings for NFL Football 2014 Week 12 Results were just revealed today November 18, 2014 moments ago. The Patriots and Cardinals remain unchanged today. But the Packers and Broncos moved spots in Tuesday 11/18/14 NFL rankings results.
The latest ESPN Power Rankings for NFL Football kept the 8-2 Patriots and the 9-1 Cardinals in the number one and two positions. But the Packers moved up two spots today to land at number three, officials told news. Broncos, however, slid one spot. ESPN explained to news that “Denver scored seven points, the fewest by the Broncos with Peyton Manning as quarterback.”
Jerry Jones should be pleased with today’s results. The Cowboys rose two spots. But the Lions, also with a 7-3 record, fell one. The Chiefs had the biggest leap in the top ten. They rose five spots to land at fifth. ESPN said of the Cowboys “Facing Eli Manning is a welcome return from the bye week for the Cowboys’ defense, which has a takeaway in nine straight games since Week 1.”
Meantime, several teams slid dramatically. The Eagles fell four spots. The Broncos went free falling, sliding six spots, to land at number seventeenth. Meantime, the Vikings, Panthers and Redskins all fell three spots. But which teams moved up? The Rams rose three spots, the Steelers leaped two spots, and the 49ers rose two spots.
In the end, the bottom three remained unchanged. The Jaguars and Raiders ended at the bottom. Meantime, the Jets with a 2-8 record remained unchanged. Yet ESPN notes “The playoffs are a tall order at this point for the 2-8 Jets, but they can play spoiler for the Bills, Dolphins (twice) and Patriots down the stretch.” For the current rankings click HERE.