NFL Week 14 Power Rankings: Will Ravens finish number one?

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Baltimore is still atop at the third-quarter mark of the regular season, Patriots fall outside the top five of week 14 of the NFL power rankings.

Week 14 showcased some great games, from the Monday night overtime game to the thriller in New Orleans, there was a game for everyone to enjoy. The Baltimore Ravens remain one of the most impressive teams this season with having both a nine-game winning streak and Lamar Jackson the clear front-runner for MVP.

Baltimore has not been the only team that has put a string of wins in a row, Tennessee has bounced back from a 4-5 start to an 8-5 record and is tied with Houston for the AFC South lead.

The Seahawks were on a hot streak until the Los Angeles Rams had something to say about that Sunday night.

The New England Patriots, on the other hand, are struggling losing two straight games to potential AFC playoff teams in Houston and Kansas City.

Dallas, Detroit, and Jacksonville have all struggled with in the last month. No one has lost as many in a row as the Giants losing nine straight games after leading 17-3 last night at the half before losing in overtime.

The most exciting game on the schedule in week 14 was the 49ers at the Saints if you like high scoring games. The two teams totaled 94 points during their matchup with the 49ers silencing the crowd at the Mercedes Super-dome with a Robbie Gould field goal as time expired.

The Denver Broncos and rookie quarterback Drew Lock went on a tear upsetting the Houston Texans after the Texans beat the Patriots last week. The Broncos may have finally found their franchise quarterback if Lock can keep up the quality play.

The Ravens are still number one in my rankings since they defeated the Patriots back in week nine. The 49ers and Seahawks swap spots this week and the Titans and Chiefs move up in the top ten. Let’s dive into my power rankings for week 14 of the NFL season.

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