Thursday, February 15, 2024

Happy Halloween, NFL fans! The Power Rankings are embracing the spooky season by highlighting something scary associated with each team. Some of these are terrifying for the fans themselves, while others are frightening for the team’s upcoming opponents. We hope these insights give you a clearer picture of where each team stands as we approach the midpoint of the NFL season.

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Happy Halloween, NFL fans! The Power Rankings are incorporating the spooky season by selecting something eerie connected to each team. Some of these will send shivers down the spines of fans, while others will give nightmares to the team’s opponents. We hope these insights provide valuable information as we near the halfway mark of the NFL season.

(Last week: 2)
Sunday: Defeated Washington Commanders 38-31
Something scary (for others): A.J. Brown
The 6-foot-1, 226-pound wide receiver/cyborg, A.J. Brown, is performing at an unprecedented level. He amassed eight catches for 130 yards against Washington, extending his streak of games with over 125 receiving yards to six, making him the first player in NFL history to achieve this feat. Currently, he ranks second in the league in receiving yards (939), behind only Tyreek Hill.
Up next: vs. Dallas Cowboys, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET

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(Last week: 3)
Sunday: Defeated Arizona Cardinals 31-24
Something scary (for others): Lamar Jackson under Todd Monken
Under the guidance of their new offensive coordinator, Todd Monken, the Ravens’ quarterback, Lamar Jackson, is playing at an MVP level. In the past three weeks, Jackson leads the league in total expected points added, according to TruMedia, and is on track for career-highs in completion percentage (70.5) and yards per attempt (7.8).
Up next: vs. Seattle Seahawks, Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

(Last week: 4)
Sunday: Defeated New England Patriots 31-17
Something scary (for others): Jalen Ramsey’s return
Jalen Ramsey, the veteran safety, made his Dolphins debut against the Patriots, just 94 days after suffering a meniscus tear in the preseason. Ramsey showcased his impact by intercepting a pass and returning it 49 yards. This addition will provide more options for defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. The Dolphins’ defense currently ranks 16th in the league, allowing 329.4 yards per game. If they improve and the offense continues to excel, Miami will pose a significant challenge.
Up next: at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 9:30 a.m. ET (Frankfurt, Germany)

(Last week: 1)
Sunday: Lost to Denver Broncos 24-9
Something scary (for them): Anything happening to Patrick Mahomes
Kansas City fans understand the anxiety surrounding news about their quarterback’s health. This season, more than ever, the Chiefs heavily rely on Patrick Mahomes. With Mahomes battling the flu and posting his second-lowest passer rating (59.2) in his career, the Chiefs suffered their first loss to the Broncos in 17 meetings.
Up next: vs. Miami Dolphins, Sunday, 9:30 a.m. ET (Frankfurt, Germany)

(Last week: 6)
Sunday: Defeated Las Vegas Raiders 26-14
Something scary (for others): A playoff game at Ford Field
A playoff game at Ford Field is uncharted territory for the Lions. The last time Detroit hosted a playoff game was on Jan. 8, 1994, at the Pontiac Silverdome. The Lions’ resurgence and the spirited atmosphere during “Monday Night Football” demonstrate the potential for an electrifying playoff game. The Eagles should ensure they stay ahead of the Lions in the rearview mirror.
Up next: Bye

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