Latest NFL Power Rankings see Bills rise big, Patriots bottom out

Lots of movement in our latest NFL Power Rankings!

San Francisco 49ers v Arizona Cardinals
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8. Philadelphia Eagles (10-3)

This is a huge game for the Philadelphia Eagles, who can take back first place in the NFC East with a win over the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football.  I don’t think the Eagles are going to struggle with this game.

7. Kansas City Chiefs (9-5)

The Kansas City Chiefs are still a bit of a mess on offense with their wide receivers, and Patrick Mahomes has thrown 13 interceptions this year on 25 touchdowns.  It’s been a down year for Mahomes, who is likely getting frustrated with his group of pass catchers.

6. Buffalo Bills (8-6)

The Buffalo Bills look like their old selves again, and a total beatdown of the Dallas Cowboys has this team playing some of the best football in the NFL.  The Bills are still on the outside looking in, but are trending in the right direction.

5. Dallas Cowboys (10-4)

The Dallas Cowboys are a totally different team when they aren’t playing at home, and that’s a problem.  You have to think at this point that the only way this team can make a deep playoff run is if they earned home-field advantage, but that probably is not happening.