NFL Power Rankings Week 11: Vikings In Top 5, Broncos Out

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Nov 15, 2015; Baltimore, MD, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars tackle Luke Joeckel (76) celebrates after kicker Jason Myers (2) (not pictured) game winning field goal as time expired in the fourth quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Jacksonville Jaguars defeated Baltimore Ravens 22-20. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Power Rankings for week 11 see the Minnesota Vikings move into the top five while the Denver Broncos move out as the Patriots stay at the top.

It has been a wild 2015 NFL Season and as a result, there are few great teams at the top and few poor teams in the bottom. 14 teams are clustered within one game of the .500 mark through ten weeks of play, setting up an exciting finish to the season as teams jockey for playoff position.

Here are the new set of NFL Power Rankings for week 11.

Week 11 NFL Power Rankings: 26-32

2-7. Last Week: 27. Tennessee Titans . 32. player. 35. Look on the bright side, Titans fans, you’re only two games out of first place in the AFC South.

53. Johnny Manziel will finally get the chance to prove to everyone that he’s not the guy as the Browns new starter.. 2-8. Last Week: 31. Cleveland Browns . 31. player

13. Instead of battling for an AFC West crown, the Chargers are battling for the first overall pick in the draft.. 2-7. Last Week: 30. San Diego Chargers . 30. player

Brighter days should be ahead for the Cowboys as they get Tony Romo back but it might be too late.. 2-7. Last Week: 26. Dallas Cowboys . 29. player. 123

26. This season has been an anomoly for the Ravens in just about every way following another strange loss.. 2-7. Last Week: 21. Baltimore Ravens . 28. player

42. Eventually the Blaine Gabbert-quarterbacked 49ers will perform like a Blaine Gabbert-quarterbacked team.. 3-6. Last Week: 28. San Francisco 49ers . 27. player

52. There is progress in Jacksonville but will there be patience to go along with it?. 3-6. Last Week: 29. Jacksonville Jaguars . 26. player

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