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NFL Power Rankings Week Eleven: Packers Looking To Go Wire To Wire

The Green Bay Packers started the season as the number one team in our weekly Power Rankings. Eleven weeks into the season, the Packers have not relinquished their hold on the top spot, and with just five games left, Green Bay has a chance to go wire to wire at number one.

After defeating the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving day, many NFL analysts now believe the team has an opportunity to run the table without a loss. Green Bay still has another date with Chicago and Detroit, and they face a desperate Giants team this Sunday in New York.

San Francisco had been the number two team in last week's rankings, but they have fallen to three this week after losing against Baltimore Thanksgiving night. The 49ers were replaced by New England, who had their way with the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday afternoon. The Patriots spotted the Eagles ten points and then outscored Philly 38-10 the rest of the way.

Baltimore comes in at number four after their home win over San Francisco. Their division rival, Pittsburgh, rounds out the top five. The Ravens, Steelers, and Patriots are tied for the best record in the AFC at 8-3.

Another team in that 8-3 cluster is Houston. The Texans lost starting quarterback Matt Schaub for the season, but were still able to pull out a victory in their first game without Schaub this past weekend. The Texans move up to number six this week.

New Orleans appears to be the only team in the NFC with a chance at knocking off the Packers. The Saints played almost flawless football on the offensive side of the ball against the Giants Monday night, and that was good enough to move them to number seven in this week's rankings.

A pair of NFC North teams come in at number eight and nine. The Lions and Bears both lost this week, leaving them tied for the last playoff spots in the NFC with the Falcons and Giants. Chicago is searching for a quarterback to get them through the regular season with Jay Cutler out at least through the end of the year.

Oakland remains the number ten team in the rankings for the second week in a row.

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