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Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum (7) celebrates wide receiver Stefon Diggs' touchdown during the first half of an NFL football game against the Washington Redskins in Landover, Md., Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017. (AP Photo/Mark Tenally)

So now NFL fans are starting to notice: Four NFC teams help make up the NFL’s top five. A substantial amount of the 2017 season remains to be played for sure, but the Grueling Truth’s NFL power rankings week 11 shows not only NFC superiority but AFC inferiority: Seven of our bottom 10 are in the weaker conference. But hey, the AFC side still has the Patriots, eh…?

1) Philadelphia Eagles – The Eagles were on a bye this week.

2) New England Patriots – The Patriots are improving every week.

3) New Orleans Saints – The Saints have a good defense and a Hall of Fame quarterback.

4) Minnesota Vikings – Mike Zimmer is an excellent coach and he is leading the Vikings to a possible storybook finish with Case Keenum, a third-string QB.

5) Los Angeles Rams – The Rams offense has been a huge surprise.

6) Pittsburgh Steelers – The Steelers only have two away games left this season.

7) Kansas City Chiefs – The Chiefs haven’t played as well as late.

8) Jacksonville Jaguars – The Jaguars have the easiest remaining schedule.

9) Seattle Seahawks – Injuries are killing the Seahawks, but as long as quarterback Russell Wilson is healthy, they have a chance.

10) Carolina Panthers – The Panthers run game seems on track and with a very good defense, they look like they could be getting on a roll.

11) Tennessee Titans – They haven’t been playing well, but they are still managing to win games.

12) Atlanta Falcons – With a tough remaining schedule, the Falcons will find it difficult to return to the playoffs.

13) Detroit Lions – The rest of the schedule will be much easier for the Lions.

14) Dallas Cowboys – The Cowboys have lost Zeke, but the biggest loss they may have suffered has been at left tackle.

15) Green Bay Packers – Quarterback Brett Hundley is improving every week.

16) Washington Redskins – The Redskins schedule is about to get much easier, so a playoff run is not out of the question.

17) Oakland Raiders – The Raiders seem to be getting better. The question is could it be too late?

18) Buffalo Bills – The Bills are in a tailspin.

19) Los Angeles Chargers – The Chargers haven’t been able to get it done in the 4th quarter.

20) Baltimore Ravens – The Ravens offense has been bad.

21) Tampa Bay Buccaneers – An underachieving team.

22) New York Jets – The Jets have far surpassed preseason expectations.

23) Houston Texans – Injuries have destroyed the Texans.

24) Arizona Cardinals – Much like the Texans, the Cardinals have been done in by injuries.

25) Denver Broncos – After a solid start, the Broncos have shown their true colors.

26) Cincinnati Bengals – The Bengals as a whole are a poorly run organization.

27) Miami Dolphins – Just a bad football team.

28) Chicago Bears – They will end up with 5 or 6 wins this season.

29) Indianapolis Colts – Blew a winnable game against the Steelers.

30) San Francisco 49ers – They got a win finally!

31) New York Giants – Hard to believe there could be a worse team.

32) Cleveland Browns – Hard to believe they are worse than the Giants.

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