NFL Week 11 Power Rankings Betting Analysis 2022-23 Season

NFL Week 11 Power Rankings Betting Analysis 2022-23 Season

The Philadelphia Eagles lost their first game of the season. Was the loss enough to place a different NFL team on top. Nope. Philly remains number one on the NFL Power Rankings. But there is a new number two. Check out the latest NFL Power Rankings heading into Week 11 so you can keep placing your bets against the NFL Betting Lines

2022 NFL Power Rankings Betting Update After Week 10

2022-23 NFL Regular Season

  • When: Sep. 8, 2022 – Jan. 8, 2023

NFL Power Rankings Heading Into Week 11

  1. Philadelphia Eagles 8-1 – Losing to Washington isn’t as unbelievable as some might believe. Washington is a good football team and Philadelphia was bound to lose a game this season. So we’re not knocking Jalen and his mates. 
  2. Minnesota Vikings 8-1 – The rally victory against the Bills in Buffalo impressed big time. Minnesota could bounce this Sunday against Big D, though. So don’t blindly bet the second team on the rankings.  
  3. Kansas City Chiefs 7-2 – Kansas City scored 27 points against a decent Jaguars’ defense. Based on the performance, KC is already gearing up for the playoffs.
  4. Buffalo Bills 6-3 – The Bills are on a 2-game losing streak. It’s no time to panic. But the way Buffalo couldn’t close the door on the Vikings is a bad sign.
  5. Baltimore Ravens 6-3 – Beating the Saints in New Orleans doesn’t mean what it used to mean. Still, the Ravens D has finally come around, which makes Baltimore a Super Bowl contender.  
  6. New York Jets 6-3 – The Jets are for real. If not for 3 Zach Wilson interceptions versus the Patriots two games back, J-E-T-S would be on a 6-game winning streak. 
  7. New York Giants 7-2 – The Giants have a great record. Don’t expect the winning to last. NYG allowed Houston QB Davis Mills to throw for 319 yards in the week 10 win. What happens with the G-Man face Jalen Hurts? Or Dak Prescott? Or even Taylor Heinicke?
  8. Tennessee Titans 6-3 – Tennessee beat the Broncos by leaning on their defense. That’s a good sign for the Titans heading into the Thursday matchup versus Aaron Rodgers and the Packers.
  9. Dallas Cowboys 6-3 – Dallas should have beaten Green Bay. Then again, Mike McCarthy was returning to the site of his greatest coaching accomplishment. So it makes sense that Rodgers rallied the Pack. 
  10. Miami Dolphins 7-3 – Finally, the Dolphins played a complete game. The offense score 39 and the defense held the Browns to 17 in Miami’s most impressive win of the season.
  11. Seattle Seahawks 6-4 – Seattle didn’t play well in the 24-16 loss to the Buccaneers. The Seahawks have an excuse. Seattle had to go all the way from the Great Northwest to Germany while Brady and his mates took a flight from Tampa to the land of beer and bratwurst.  
  12. San Francisco 49ers 5-4 – SF rallied to beat a decent Chargers team 22-16. It was the type of game 49ers fans love: low scoring, defensive football that leads to a win.
  13. Los Angeles Chargers 5-4 – The Chargers should take solace in the fact the defense held Christian McCaffrey to 2.7 yards per carry. Unfortunately, Elijah Mitchell averaged close to 5 yards per carry in the loss.
  14. Cincinnati Bengals 5-4 – The Bengals head into their AFC North throw down against Pittsburgh off a bye. Cincy should have the edge SU, but the Bengals are 10-22-1 in the last 33 ATS head-to-head matchups.   
  15. New England Patriots 5-4 – New England got the week off. On Sunday, the Patriots face a tough Jets team they might not beat. Take your time handicapping Jets-Patriots.  
  16. Washington Commanders 5-5 – Washington didn’t just beat Philadelphia, they outplayed them on both sides of the ball. D.C. is a solid club and we must take them seriously from now until the end of the season.
  17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5-5 – Tampa may have found a legit RB1 in Rachaad White. R-dub rushed for 105 yards against a good Seattle D.
  18. Green Bay Packers 4-6 – Rodgers and the offense got it going versus one of the best defenses in the NFL. Can the Pack keep it going versus Tennessee on Thursday night? It’s your call.
  19. Arizona Cardinals 4-6 – The Cardinals’ offense looked great in the 27-17 win against the rival Rams. Arizona may have to play this Sunday’s game with Colt McCoy again under center because Kyler Murray is hurt.
  20. Atlanta Falcons 4-6 – For the second straight week, Atlanta failed against a team they probably should have beaten. Maybe, the ATL is reverting to the form so many expected they’d show at the beginning of the season.
  21. Indianapolis Colts 4-5-1 – Jeff Saturday’s debut as a head coach went great when the Colts beat the the Raiders 25-20. Yes, but it’s hard to get too excited. Indy beat the Raiders. 
  22. Cleveland Browns 3-6 – The Browns travel to Buffalo on Sunday. Either the Bills blow out the Browns or Cleveland wins ATS. It all depends on how you feel about the Bills and their 2-game losing streak.
  23. Los Angeles Rams 3-6 – Cooper Kupp is out until late December, which means the Rams won’t make the playoffs. Handicappers are so sour on LAR that the Saints are a -4.5 chalk in the week 11 contest.
  24. Detroit Lions 3-6 – The Lions are on a 2-game winning streak. You read it here first. Detroit will make it 3 after upsetting the Giants.
  25. Chicago Bears 3-7 – Chicago’s offense has played too well to lose but the defense is a mess. The Bears can’t be good on both sides of the ball. It must be an unwritten NFL rule.
  26. Pittsburgh Steelers 3-6 –  Pittsburgh’s defense stepped it up big time versus Andy Dalton and the Saints offense. TJ Watt is back. So we should expect a close game versus the Bengals on Sunday.
  27. Denver Broncos 3-6 – The Broncos offense remains one of the worst in the NFL. ‘Nuff said.
  28. New Orleans Saints 3-7 – Dennis Allen may go with Jameis Winston this Sunday. He has to do something because New Orleans is plain awful.
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars 3-7 – The Jaguars played a decent game versus the Chiefs but it wasn’t enough. It’s tough know what the issues is. So we won’t try.  
  30. Carolina Panthers 3-7 – Carolina beat the Falcons straight up. The Panthers will start Baker Mayfield in week 11 because P.J. Walker is hurt. 
  31. Las Vegas Raiders 2-7 – We know what the issues are in Las Vegas. The offensive line is bad, the defense spends too much time on the field, and Josh McDaniel doesn’t always call the correct play.
  32. Houston Texans 1-7-1 – Houston plays competitively but it’s never enough to win SU or ATS.


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