2023 Power Rankings - Week 11

Rank (LW) Logo Team Record Rating Comment
1 (2) CTR 6-4 102.06 The Triumph renewed an old rivalry and simply destroyed the Commando Cats by 92 points with a 191 point week. Chicago traded away Johnathan Taylor for Keenan Allen and it proved to have a great return already. Allen lit up the Lions for 2 TD's and 45 points. T.J. Hockenson did incredible as well and finished with the second highest TE point total with 35 points.
2 (1) SH 7-3 99.54 The champs had their 6-game winning streak end to the hands of Los Angeles. Both running backs scored 22 points and found the endzone once. Tyreek was on a bye and his 12 point carryover didn't help enough. Josh Allen is a turnover machine and has thrown an interception in 6 straight games. He did account for 2 TD's, but ultimately he had a season low of 17 points.
3 (4) LAB 8-2 95.21 The Bombers won the battle for the #1 seed over the Hooligans and keep their undefeated divisonal record intact too. LA is the first team to clinch a playoff spot after missing the last two years. The Bombers forgot about the the Germany game and didn't start their new RB Johnathan Taylor before 9am. Instead they went with Robinson who outscored Taylor by 12 anyways.
4 (3) FW 6-4 90.06 The Pistons stopped the bleeding and won for the first time in 4 games. Coming off the heels of a 53 point week, they did enough to secure a victory with 102 points. Fort Wayne overcame a 24 point carryover from Mostert, Nacua, and Kelce. Justin Herbert tied his best week of the season with 49 points, passing for 4 TDs in a losing effot to the Lions.
5 (6) SD 5-5 86.43 The Surge picked up a crucial divisonal win (their first divisional win) over the Diamonds to get back into the playoff seeding at #7. With half of their team on a bye, the guys that did play showed up. Stevenson handled the rock 20 times and played pretty well in Germany for 17 points. Ja'Maar Chase bounced back from his season low last week and had a TD and well over 100 yards.
6 (7) TB 7-3 84.57 The Blizzard put together another win for their 3rd straight and now have the league's longest active streak. Tampa Bay got touchdowns from their QB, both running backs, and both wide receivers. That's a recipe for winning. Sam Howell had a 42 point day to continue his 3-week average. Jonnu Smith was a disaster and ended with a single point which will carryover.
7 (5) DEN 4-6 78.99 The Diamonds dropped a crucial divisional game to lose their 3rd straight game and now find themselves on the outside of the playoff group looking in. Just looking at some of the stat lines, they squandered points. Stroud had 2 fumbles, Jacobs had one too, and Hopkins missed an XP. That would equal an 8 point swing, the same amount that they lost by.
8 (8) SF 5-5 77.94 The Rattlesnakes were upset by the Jesters and now have lost control of the Red division lead. It was the Dak Prescott show. He threw for 400+ yards, 4 TD's and ran one in too for 59 points. James Cook fumbled his first carry of the game and then was benched for a quarter. However, he would overcome that and finish the day with over 100 yards rushing as the 2nd highest SF player.
9 (9) ANA 4-6 71.36 The Commando Cats were simply blasted by the Triumph losing nearly by 100 points. If it wasn't for a seson high 21 point evening out of their kicker Myers, then it would have been a triple digit defeat. This was the second time this season that Anaheim faced an opponent that scored over 190 points. Despite the loss, the Commando Cats hold onto the last playoff spot.
10 (10) ND 3-7 69.74 The Nimrods playoff streak is in real jeopardy following their lastest loss. North Dakota has been pretty bad over the past 6 weeks with an average below 100 points. Kenneth Walker had a 64 yard TD reception which help lead the way as ND's highest scorer with 24 points. Davante Adams has lost his way and has not scored more than 15 points since Week 3.
11 (12) ATL 2-8 68.84 The Jesters won this year's edition of the Polley Bowl by going for a season high of 152 points. They kept their slimmest of playoff aspirations alive and almost certainly need to win out to have a chance. Kyler Murray played his first game of the year and was unable to find the endzone through the air, but did with his legs. But Devin Singltary and St. Brown were the stars combining for 72 points.
12 (11) DET 3-7 66.62 The Devils looked flat coming off back to back weeks of 140 points. They failed to break 100 points for the fifth time this season, losing every one of those games. Austin Ekeler returned to the starting lineup and led the Devils with 25 points. Trevor Lawrence played like absolute garbage against the 49ers D having 3 turnovers to end with 3 points.

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