1. New England Patriots - The Patriots are set to host the Texans in a rematch after blowing them out several weeks ago.
2. Denver Broncos - The Broncos are set to host the Ravens in a rematch after blowing them out several weeks ago.
3. Green Bay Packers - The Packers looked much better defensively Saturday night, but Joe Webb didn't exactly resemble Joe Montana.
4. Atlanta Falcons - Matt Ryan has another chance to win his first playoff game, but Russell Wilson and the Seahawks are a scary matchup.
5. Seattle Seahawks - After going into Washington and winning rather easily, Wilson deserves the Rookie of the Year award.
6. Houston Texans - The Texans are going to need a lot more out of Matt Schaub this week than we saw against Cincinnati.
7. Baltimore Ravens - Was there ever a doubt that Ray Lewis would go out a winner in his final home game? This week, the final ride looks like it will come to an end.
8. San Francisco 49ers - The 49ers will have their hands full with the Packers, but in many ways, it is a good matchup for them.
9. New York Giants - It will be interesting to see if the Giants split carries between Ahmad Bradshaw and the more explosive David Wilson next season.
10. Minnesota Vikings - It was an impossible situation for Webb, who hadn't thrown a pass all season and has very little NFL experience.
11. Chicago Bears - It's hard to fathom why the Bears would fire head coach Lovie Smith. They stumbled down the stretch but still recovered to finish out the year with two straight wins and nearly make the playoffs.
12. Cincinnati Bengals - Andy Dalton seemed to regress in his second season, and it probably cost the Bengals a playoff win at Houston.
13. Washington Redskins - The Redskins finally ran out of luck, and now they must hope that RGIII's knee isn't seriously damaged.
14. Indianapolis Colts - Andrew Luck had a tough day in Baltimore, but he still put up some impressive numbers against a defense that has played well of late.
15. Dallas Cowboys - It's going to take a long time for Tony Romo and the Cowboys to forget about their ugly loss in Washington.
16. New Orleans Saints - The Saints locked up Sean Payton to a new five-year contract, ending any speculation that he might land in Dallas.
17. Pittsburgh Steelers - Ben Roethlisberger admitted after the season finale that he rushed back too soon from his shoulder injury and was still bothered by it. I don't think anyone is surprised by more drama from the drama queen himself.
18. St. Louis Rams - Jeff Fisher has to feel pretty good about what his team accomplished this year and where they stand going forward.
19. Detroit Lions - The Lions have a lot of talent, but there are some major holes on the defensive side of the ball and they have to cut down on the turnovers.
20. San Diego Chargers - After years of disappointment and underachieving, the Chargers finally fired head coach Norv Turner, as well as GM A.J. Smith.
21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Greg Schiano really started to feel the heat from his players as the team stumbled down the stretch, but at least they managed to finish off the season on a positive note, even if it was against a Falcons team that no incentive to win.
22. Carolina Panthers - Now that Cam Newton's "sophomore slump" has passed, the team has high hopes for him heading into 2013.
23. Miami Dolphins - The Dolphins are the only team from No. 23 to No. 32 in the power rankings that did not fire their head coach or GM.
24. Cleveland Browns - The Browns fired their GM and head coach as the new owner looks to put his stamp on the franchise.
25. Tennessee Titans - The Titans opted to keep Mike Munchak, as well as pick up the option on Chris Johnson.
26. Buffalo Bills - The Bills fired Chan Gailey after three disappointing seasons in Buffalo.
27. New York Jets - Rex Ryan is still a Jet, but Mike Tannenbaum was fired after failing to make any offensive upgrades last offseason.
28. Arizona Cardinals - Despite leading the Cardinals to a Super Bowl just a few years ago, Ken Whisenhunt was kicked to the curb.
29. Philadelphia Eagles - It comes as no surprise that the Eagles fired Andy Reid, who was very classy in the final speech to his team.
30. Jacksonville Jaguars - The Jaguars fired GM Gene Smith but have decided to retain Mike Mularkey, at least for the moment.
31. Oakland Raiders - Dennis Allen fired some of his assistants, which means he might just find a way to keep his job.
32. Kansas City Chiefs - The Chiefs fired Romeo Crennell, which comes as no surprise, and eventually let go of GM Scott Pioli as well.