Week 13 Powerless Rankings: Wading through the NFL’s putrid muck

Week 13 Powerless Rankings: Wading through the NFL’s putrid muck

It’s time once again to highlight the teams stinking up the joint every single week.

Let’s take a look at some of the worst teams in the National Football League as they battle it out for the rights to the top draft picks (QBs Trevor Lawrence and Justin Fields) in the 2021 NFL Draft.

So, let’s take a look at the Week 13 powerless rankings.

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5. Dallas Cowboys

5. Dallas Cowboys

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The Cowboys have a game against the Ravens on Tuesday that could get them off this list if they play well. However, do I believe that will happen?

Absolutely not.

This team has way too many holes defensively, and the talent on offense hasn’t lived up to expectations all season.

Cowboys claim your spot.

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4. Cincinatti Bengals

4. Cincinatti Bengals

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The Bengals are trying their best to be competitive but they just don’t have the talent. After losing their star quarterback and first overall pick Joe Burrow for the season because of a nasty knee injury, there is nowhere for this team to go but down.

Bengals claim your spot.

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3. Los Angeles Chargers

3. Los Angeles Chargers

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The Chargers have the talent to be a competitive team in this league. They have good playmakers on offense and a young stud quarterback in Justin Herbert. They also have a defense that is capable of more than what they are displaying.

On Sunday they lost 45-0! 45 to 0. That’s inexcusable.

I can’t even fathom how you can be that bad.

Chargers claim your spot.

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2. Jacksonville Jaguars

2. Jacksonville Jaguars

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The Jaguars were a score away from winning their game against the Vikings on Sunday. I’m just proud that they were able to get the game into overtime and compete like an actual NFL franchise.

They have very little talent on the team outside of running back James Robinson.

If they were smart, though, they would try to see if they can pay a couple of teams to lose to the Jets so they can grab the number one overall pick in April.

Jaguars claim your spot.

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1. New York Jets

1. New York Jets

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The Jets are so terrible that they can’t even lose properly.

New York should have one goal this season and that’s to lose as much as possible to grab the top pick. That’s it.

And they came a play away from losing all of that. Luckily for them newly fired defensive coordinator Gregg Williams is devoid of sense in situational football.

Somehow Adam Gase still has a job though, which makes no sense to me.

Jets claim your spot.

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