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Assessing NFL Team Performance: Week 10 Power Rankings

Now that week nine has come and gone, we can begin our NFL team power rankings. Many teams considered for the top spot have serious flaws. On the contrary, teams positioned lower in the standings have demonstrated their ability to contend with any opponent in the league.

There is a lot of focus on recent games, and just like the NCAA tournament committee, we place a premium on teams that defeat strong opponents. We shall assess the performance of NFL teams and assign rankings to those we deem deserving of a position among the top 10. Our evaluation will help you make more informed bets regarding your preferred team at the best NFL gambling sites found on WeGamble. Read on to find it more.

Top 10 Power Teams in the NFL

Top 10 Power Teams in the NFL

Many teams have done their best this past week, and we believe they can only get better. Let’s look at the top 10 ranking teams in the NFL for the week:

Philadelphia Eagles (8-1)

Philadelphia leads the NFC and, for now, the league. After Sunday’s nail-biter, the conference’s top seed and bye were secured, but luck was also involved.

Luke Schoonmaker’s fourth-quarter catch was inches from a score, and Dak Prescott cut open the Eagles’ struggling secondary. Following Dallas’ score, Prescott’s two-point conversion attempt was out of bounds by nearly the same distance. D’Andre Swift coughed up the ball in the last minute after Philly fumbled three times. Although Dallas outplayed Philly for 60 minutes, Philly won.

Baltimore Ravens (7-2)

Baltimore Ravens

Lamar Jackson is the talk of this squad, but the defense deserves high recognition, too. Baltimore leads the NFL in game-time points (13.8), second in yards (262.6), and third in sacks (9.4%).

Week 8 saw the Ravens concede 24 points to Arizona, but they’ve only allowed 45 points in the five games since then. Their next two opponents are the Browns and Bengals, which they will face at home; the AFC North race begins.

Kansas City Chiefs (7-2)


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Sunday showed that the Chiefs can win without Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce having their best performances. While their defense allowed some rushing yards and had only five interceptions, those were its only flaws. Kansas City’s current lineup is better than the previous squads and might carry the team in some of the harder games left.

Jacksonville Jaguars (6-2)

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jags won five straight in five matches after a 1-2 start, handling travel, injuries, and a short week effectively. Their defense leads the NFL in takeaways per game, Pederson is coaching well, and Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne are enjoying great seasons. We trust the Jaguars have found some solace in the past few days following their hectic schedule over the past few weeks. Jacksonville will face the 49ers, Texans, Bengals, Browns, Ravens, and Titans, all formidable opponents.

Detroit Lions (6-2)


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Under the leadership of Dan Campbell, the Lions went from 3-13 to 6-2 in three seasons. With 390.6 yards per game, Detroit is ranked second in the league, while its 296.9 yards allowed per game ranks it sixth.

They also had Jahmyr Gibbs’ breakout in their last game, which was huge; Gibbs and David Montgomery could be crucial in the playoffs.

Miami Dolphins (6-3)

Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins haven’t beaten a good team yet. Despite losing to Kansas City in Germany, the defense played well. Jalen Ramsey has played two games for this club. CB Xavien Howard, along with S. Jevo Holland, returned in Week 9 to help Miami limit the Chiefs to 67 second-half yards.

The Miami Dolphins can turn things around if the offense can recover following the bye. They face .500 or higher teams in five of their eight remaining games.

San Francisco 49ers (5-3)


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The bye in the 9th week, which followed a three-game losing streak, gave us a renewed perspective on this team. Although the San Francisco Niners have many issues at the moment, they can still make it to the Super Bowl.

Deebo Samuel and Trent Williams, who missed the prior two games, can help Brock Purdy return to MVP form after his three-game slump. Chase Young, a trade acquisition, helps the defense, which has struggled to pressure or defend. Six of the Niners’ last nine games are against teams below them on this list.

Dallas Cowboys (5-3)

Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys lost the game they played in Philadelphia, but we are still rooting for them. Sunday certainly counts as another proof of a problem. However, the boys’ fourth-quarter outplay of the Chargers proved they could annihilate inferior opponents.

Cincinnati Bengals (5-3)


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Joe Burrow is back and ready to take the spot of Most Valuable Player. In the 24–18 win over the Bills, he demonstrated that the Bengals can win without huge nights from Ja’Marr Chase and Joe Mixon. Both players, Chase and Mixon, had been important performers in Cincinnati’s recent resurgence.

Tee Higgins has regained his footing following a stretch of forgettable performances, and the tight ends have generated considerable buzz. Despite giving up a touchdown on the opening drive, the Bengals’ defense was extraordinary.

Cleveland Browns (5-3)

Cleveland Browns

Despite encountering opposition from Arizona at the 49-yard and 11-yard lines, Cleveland managed to score on five occasions against the Cardinals. Deshaun Watson threw a dime to Amari Cooper for 49 yards on the game-winning drive, but they had previously connected for 59. Nearly half of Watson’s passing yards on Sunday came on just two passes. Nevertheless, those plays gave fans reason to believe in the team’s playoff chances via the air.

Every team in the AFC North has two games above .500 and a solid defense, dividing a true challenge. The next two weeks against Baltimore and the Steelers will be a true test for the Browns’ passing offense.


That’s all for our analysis of one NFL top-10 team’s weekly performance. Each of these teams has the potential to turn things in their favor. You can follow our analysis to make predictions for the next games. As the season rolls on, we anticipate even better performances.


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