There’s only one thing for sure when the 2022 NFL regular season hits Week 15: The Philadelphia Eagles will play in the postseason.
The Eagles clinched their playoff spot with a win over the New York Giants and held a two-game lead over the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East. The Eagles are looking to win the division for the first time since 2019. They already have their first double-digit winning season since 2017.
There are plenty of other good teams at the top of the latest power rankings and all of them are looking for the Eagles to slip once to get past Philadelphia. But unfortunately, it won’t be this week and probably won’t be next week either.
The Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills all managed to get wins on Sunday even though they were all close. The top 5 ends with the San Francisco 49ers, who are now led by “Mr. Irrelevant” Brock Purdy and one of the best defenses they’ve put together in a long time.
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Read below to see how the Week 15 power rankings shake up.
1). Philadelphia Eagles (12-1)
previous rank: 1
week 14 result: 48-22 win over Giants
Week 15 Showdown: Sunday @ Bears
Jalen Hurts is an MVP candidate. AJ Brown has proven to be the best offseason acquisition of any team this year. And defense can change the game on a dime. What can’t Philadelphia do?
two). Dallas Cowboys (10-3)
previous range: two
week 14 result: 27-23 win over Texans
Week 15 Showdown: Sunday @ Jaguars
The Cowboys nearly dropped one to the Texans last week and then face Trevor Lawrence and the Jags. Lawrence has played very well in recent games and could be in for an upset.
3). Kansas City Chiefs (10-3)
previous range: 4
week 14 result: 34-28 win over the Broncos
Week 15 Showdown: Sunday vs. texans
The Chiefs didn’t play particularly well, but they did enough to hold off the Broncos. They should have an easier time at home against Houston.
4). Buffalo Bills (10-3)
previous range: 5
week 14 result: 20-12 win over Jets
Week 15 Showdown: Saturday vs. dolphins
Josh Allen and company will host the Dolphins at home in the middle of a snow storm. Who’s ready for some soccer weather?
5). San Francisco 49ers (9-4)
week 14 result: 35-7 win over the Buccaneers
Week 15 Showdown: Thursday @ Seahawks
The 49ers defense has been playing incredibly well over the past few weeks and their 28-point win on Sunday highlighted that. Can Brock Purdy get another win?
6). Cincinnati Bengals (9-4)
week 14 result: 23-10 win over the Browns
Week 15 Showdown: Sunday @ Buccaneers
Joe Burrow and the Bengals have been red hot. Another young quarterback gets a chance to take on Tom Brady and company.
7). Minnesota Vikings (10-3)
previous rank: 3
week 14 result: 34-23 loss to the Lions
Week 15 Showdown: Saturday vs Colts
The Vikings fell into the cheat game against the Lions. They need to rectify their loss quickly and the Colts are next.
8). Baltimore Ravens (9-4)
week 14 result: 16-14 win over Steelers
Week 15 Showdown: Saturday @ Browns
The Ravens pulled off a win over the Steelers, but having injured quarterbacks isn’t good. Anthony Brown could be the one to lead the team against Cleveland on Saturday.
9). Seattle Seahawks (7-6)
week 14 result: 30-24 loss to Panthers
Week 15 Showdown: Thursday vs. 49ers
Seattle played hard with Carolina but couldn’t get the win. His schedule doesn’t get any easier with a game against the 49ers.
10). Miami Dolphins (8-5)
week 14 result: 23-17 loss to Chargers
Week 15 Showdown: Saturday @ Bills
The Dolphins looked stunned in their loss to the Chargers on Sunday night. Injuries have hurt Miami and that’s how it was shown against Los Angeles.
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eleven). Los Angeles Chargers (7-6)
12). Tennessee Titans (7-6)
13). New England Patriots (7-6)
14). New York Jets (7-6)
fifteen). Washington Commanders (7-5-1)
sixteen). Detroit Lions (6-7)
17). New York Giants (7-5-1)
18). Jacksonville Jaguars (5-8)
19). Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-7)
twenty). Carolina Panthers (5-8)
twenty-one). Atlanta Falcons (5-8)
22). Green Bay Packers (5-8)
23). Cleveland Browns (5-8)
24). Las Vegas Raiders (5-8)
25). Pittsburgh Steelers (5-8)
26). Los Angeles Rams (4-9)
27). New Orleans Saints (4-9)
28). Arizona Cardinals (4-9)
29). Indianapolis Colts (4-8-1)
30). Denver Broncos (3-10)
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31). Chicago Bears (3-10)
32). Houston Texans (1-11-1)