NFL Week 11 Power Rankings: Notable Movement Includes Vikings

Written By Jeffrey Schreiber on November 16, 2022
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We had another week of major upsets in the NFL. The Minnesota Vikings beat the Buffalo Bills, and the Washington Commanders beat the Philadelphia Eagles. The Vikings were just one of the major movements in our NFL power rankings this week. Reminder, we do Week 11 power rankings differently than the rest. 

These aren’t Super Bowl futures opinions. Instead, we rank based on who we’d favor on a neutral field for this week only. The ranks are a composite of eight staff members. Three intriguing teams are on the move up the board this week.

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Mike McDaniels’ Dolphins are rolling, coming off a convincing win and making it four straight. Tua Tagovailoa is now undefeated as the starting quarterback in games he has played from start to finish as the Dolphins starter. Miami has established its elite rushing attack to pair with its explosive passing attack. Raheem Mostert managed 87 yards and a touchdown on 12 touches, including four receptions. Newly acquired Jeff Wilson ran extremely pure, producing 143 yards and a TD. Tagovailoa had another efficient game throwing the ball, where he piled up his third straight three-touchdown performance. Miami (7-3) moved into first place alone in the AFC East, overtaking Buffalo.

Miami is on a bye week. Up next for the Dolphins are the Texans, 49ers, and Chargers.

Who’s highest on the Dolphins in Week 11 power rankings? Stephen Andress (No. 5)

Who’s lowest on the Dolphins? Matt Burke (No. 8)

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The Packers came all the way back from a 14-point second-half deficit and stunned the Cowboys in overtime last week. Green Bay saw their rookie WR Christian Watson coming out party where he put up 3 TDs. This was a massive win for the Packers as they snapped their five-game losing streak. Watson ran 21 routes on 23 Aaron Rodgers dropbacks and earned eight targets. Rookies tend to improve throughout the season, so look for Watson to show consistency in the back half of 2022. Aaron Jones resumed bell cow duties carrying the ball 24 times for 138 yards and a score. As a result of this win, Green Bay moved up five spots in the power rankings.

Green Bays’ upcoming schedule will most definitely test them to see how legitimate of a team they are. The Packers are slated to face the Titans, Eagles, and Bears in their next three games.

Week 11 Spread: Packers Home vs Titans on TNF.

Who’s highest on the Packers? Stephen Andress (No. 13)

Who’s lowest on the Packers? Matt Burke (No. 17)


The undoubted catch of the year by Vikings WR Justin Jefferson led Minnesota to one of their biggest regular season wins in the history of their franchise. Kirk Cousins completed 30 of 50 passes for 357 yards with one touchdown. Dalvin Cook ran for 119 yards and a TD on 14 carries. Justin Jefferson had 10 catches for 193 yard and a touchdown. Jeffersons 3.22 yards per route run on the day ranked third among all players who were on the field for 30 or more receiving snaps per PFF. Minnesota extended its win streak to seven games. The Vikings now share the NFL’s best record with the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Vikings will square off against the Cowboys, Patriots, and Jets next.

Week 11 Spread: Vikings vs Cowboys.

Who’s highest on the Vikings? Matt Brown (No. 5)

Who’s lowest on the Vikings? Eli Hershkovich (No. 10)

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Jeffrey Schreiber is a sports betting writer with TheLines and Catena Media. Jeff is recent college graduate with a background in finance and analytics. His goal is to provide readers with data and information behind the "why" to make a bet. His most memorable betting moment came during the divisional round of the 2022 NFL playoffs when he turned $37 in same-game parlay bets into $25,000.

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