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NFL Week 11 Power Rankings: (last updated: 11/18)
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1. New England Patriots (8-2):
September, and the Patriots' 2-2 record, was a long time ago. Now, the boys from New England look like the NFL's best, and no one is stopping them.
The underrated greatness of the Bill Belichick-Tom Brady tandem is that there is always a "play the hot hand" element to the offense. This week it was Jonas Gray, next week it might be Brandon LaFell and a lot of weeks it's Rob Gronkowski. Whomever the opposing defense schemes to stop, Belichick and offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels are great at figuring it out and then riding someone else to victory.
No team in the NFL attacks weaknesses as well as the Patriots do. That's why they're 8-2, the best team in the AFC and, right now, the best team in the NFL.
2. Arizona Cardinals (9-1):
The Arizona Cardinals have won an NFC-best six straight games. They are undefeated at home. They've beaten the San Francisco 49ers, Detroit Lions, Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys and San Diego Chargers. It's time for everyone to start recognizing that this team and coaching staff are for real.
The move to Drew Stanton at quarterback due to Carson Palmer's injury was both good and bad in Week 11. Stanton threw two big touchdowns early but was also picked off twice in a one-score affair. Ultimately, those interceptions didn't cost the Cardinals the game, but he'll have to be more efficient should this team find itself in a trailing situation.
The schedule isn't kind to Arizona over the next six weeks—it has Seattle twice, Kansas City and San Francisco left—but if the Cardinals continue to thrive under pressure like they have for the last 10 games, you have to like their chances.
3. Green Bay Packers (7-3):
The Green Bay Packers have posted back-to-back 50-point games and look to be unstoppable on offense. In Week 11, the defense also got involved, plastering Mark Sanchez and the Philadelphia Eagles to the turf. With this balance and aggressiveness, it's easy to see Green Bay being a top-tier contender again.
The decision to shift Clay Matthews to inside linebacker worked out brilliantly against Chicago and Philadelphia, as it allows the Packers to put more athletes on the field. With Nick Perry and Julius Peppers pressing off the edge, the entire defense has come alive.
The Packers still rank below the Detroit Lions in the division thanks to their one head-to-head matchup, but right now, no one in the NFC North is playing as well as Green Bay.
4. Denver Broncos (7-3):
The Denver Broncos are beatable. That's what Week 11 taught us.
Playing in the dome on a road trip to St. Louis, the Broncos were abused, and Peyton Manning was constantly pressured and frustrated as the Rams followed the blueprint laid by the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots for how to best the reigning AFC champions.
Physical defensive backs, a front four good enough to get pressure on Manning and linebackers athletic enough to hang in coverage are the common denominator among the three losses on the Broncos schedule. And with those losses, the Kansas City Chiefs are now tied with Denver and have a chance to win the AFC West if they beat the Broncos in Week 13.
5. Detroit Lions (7-3):
The Detroit Lions traveled to Arizona looking to unseat the Cardinals and their NFL-best record. That didn't happen. Instead, we saw another week of the Lions offense struggling while the defense was unable to stop a Drew Stanton-led passing attack early in the game.
The Lions did adjust well and were able to slow down the Arizona offense, but couldn't get their own offense going. With physical defensive backs across the field, the Lions receivers weren't able to win one-on-one matchups. With the passing game slowed, the run game was nonexistent and led to a surprisingly low-scoring 14-6 win for Arizona.
The Lions are still in place for the No. 2 seed in the NFC, but the Packers are closing in on them quickly and have been the more impressive team in recent weeks.
NCAA Football Power Rankings (last updated: 11/18)
1. Florida State Seminoles (10-0):
Last undefeated team from a Power 5 Conference, they continue to win and extended their undefeated streak to 26 games. Being
undefeated makes FSU No. 1 in my poll, but if they make the “Playoff Four,” I don’t believe they will carry an aura of invincibility.
Based on the Noles’ play this season, whoever draws them will feel very good about the matchup. They host Boston College Saturday.
2. Alabama Crimson Tide (9-1):
Defeated top-ranked Mississippi State at home to the surprise of almost no one, but they had to work for it after getting
out to a 19-0 lead. Now Alabama is the odds-on favorite to win the SEC West and SEC championship game. If Mississippi State
wins out and finishes the season with just one loss, the SEC WILL get two teams in the “Playoff Four.” That’s my prediction,
folks. The Catamounts of Western Carolina are next for the Crimson Tide at home. A good week to get the starters some rest
and the reserves plenty of playing time before the Iron Bowl against Auburn.
3. Oregon Ducks (9-1):
Had the weekend off, and the Ducks needed it as they have some key players banged up, including TE Pharaoh Brown, who was lost
for the season in their win at Utah. Oregon is already in the Pac-12 title game but needs to win out (including that game) to
secure its spot in the four-team tournament. This team should get through November unscathed for the first time since 2010 when
they played Auburn for the national title. Colorado at home on Saturday.
4. Mississippi State Bulldogs (9-1):
This is a very good team, and they proved it after being down 19-0 at Alabama. The inability to ring the bell in the Red Zone
was the difference -- six times there, and four of those trips resulted three or zero points. That’s not the formula for beating
Alabama in their own stadium, but they may get another shot at them in the playoffs. If both MSU and Alabama win out, they will.
Host Vanderbilt Saturday in a tune up for the Egg Bowl clash with Mississippi.
5. Baylor Bears (8-1):
Did not play this week but will benefit from TCU’s struggle at Kansas (give Clint Bowen the job, Kansas, he deserves it),
and the “TCU’s ahead of Baylor in the poll, but Baylor beat TCU head to head!” discussion gets quelled, at least for this week.
Baylor’s schedule is catching up as they finish with all Big 12 games. Host Oklahoma State Saturday night on FOX.
NBA Power Rankings (last updated: 11/18)
1. Houston (9-1):
Maybe that 69-65 slugfest with short-handed OKC -- just the 11th time in the shot-clock era that the winning team scored 69 points or
fewer -- was by design to save as much offense as the Rockets could for Monday's visit to Memphis. They will surely need every last point
against the stingy Grizz.
2. Memphis (9-1):
A flashy start is new ground for the Grizz, who somehow find themselves over .500 after 10 games for just the third time in the club's
two-decade history. Now Memphis hosts Houston having won 19 in a row at home, after the Courtney Lee-capped comeback from 26 down to
Sacramento saved that streak.
3. Golden State (8-2):
Surely the Dubs were disappointed that they failed to handle San Antonio when the Spurs were (A) on the road and (B) on the second
night of a back-to-back. But they can console themselves with the knowledge that they're off to the club's best start in 39 years
despite missing David Lee for all but seven minutes so far.
4. San Antonio (5-4):
Cannot tell a lie: There was some second-guessing by the committee (of one) after dropping the Spurs only to No. 7 amid just the
fifth sub-.500 start through five games for any reigning champ since the NBA/ABA merger in '76-77. A road sweep of the Warriors
and Clips then quickly took care of that.
5. Portland (7-3):
Of all the crazy scores we saw in what turned out to be Blowout Week, let's make sure we note that Portland's 84-50 halftime
lead over Denver triggered the madness. I'd guess that the Blazers, mind you, are undoubtedly prouder of their top-10 D and
exceeding-expectations bench crew.
NCAA Basketball Power Rankings (last updated: 11/18)
1. Kentucky 2-0:
UK overcame a halftime deficit and ended up beating Buffalo by 19 points Sunday. No Wildcat played more than 26 minutes or scored more
than 12 points in the game.
Freshman Jahlil Okafor is averaging 18.0 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists through two games at Duke. The Blue Devils are 2-0
and winning by an average 59.5 points per game.
3. Arizona (2-0):
Freshman Stanley Johnson finished with a game-high 17 points Sunday' against Cal State Northridge. It was the Wildcats' 23rd
consecutive home win.
4. Wisconsin (2-0):
Frank Kaminsky is averaging 15.5 points, 10.5 rebounds and 4.0 assists through two games. Next up for the Badgers is Green Bay,
which is led by All-America candidate Keifer Sykes.
5. Kansas (1-0):
The most surprising thing about KU's opener is that Kelly Oubre, a projected lottery pick, only played four minutes.
Nine different Jayhawks played more minutes than Oubre.
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