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NFL power rankings following Week 17 of 2013 NFL season

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With the 2013 NFL season coming to a close last night, the Denver Broncos finish as the top team in this week’s power rankings. Joining Denver (from the AFC) in the top ten are the Kansas City Chiefs, Cincinnati Bengals, New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts.

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The top team from the NFC is the Seattle Seahawks (second overall), followed by fellow NFC teams the San Francisco 49ers, Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles.

Our Detroit Lions check in at No. 15, one spot higher than a week ago.

  1. Denver 13-3
  2. Seattle 13-3
  3. San Francisco 12-4
  4. Carolina 12-4
  5. Kansas City 11-5
  6. Cincinnati 11-5
  7. New England 12-4
  8. New Orleans 11-5
  9. Indianapolis 11-5
  10. Philadelphia 10-6
  11. San Diego 9-7
  12. Arizona 10-6
  13. Dallas 8-8
  14. Green Bay 8-7-1
  15. Detroit 7-9
  16. Pittsburgh 8-8
  17. Miami 8-8
  18. Chicago 8-8
  19. St. Louis 7-9
  20. Tennessee 7-9
  21. Baltimore 8-8
  22. NY Giants 7-9
  23. Buffalo 6-10
  24. Minnesota 5-10-1
  25. NY Jets 8-8
  26. Tampa Bay 4-12
  27. Atlanta 4-12
  28. Cleveland 4-12
  29. Oakland 4-12
  30. Washington 3-13
  31. Jacksonville 4-12
  32. Houston 2-14

*All stats via ESPN.com

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