NFL Power Rankings, Week 17: The Chiefs are broken and drop to No. 9, while the Ravens soar over the 49ers to take the top spot.

NFL Power Rankings, Week 17: The Chiefs are broken and drop to No. 9, while the Ravens soar over the 49ers to take the top spot.

After the Ravens (12-3) thrashed the 49ers (11-4) last Monday night, there has been a shift in the National Football League’s power rankings. Detroit, across the league, won their first division championship since 1993 by defeating Minnesota 30–24.

Miami won 22-20 against Dallas to secure a spot in the postseason for the second year in a row. Philadelphia regained top position in the NFC East with the Dolphins victory.

With a victory over Las Vegas on Monday, Kansas City can secure the AFC West. Here is a revised look at the NFL Power Rankings for Week 17 following the Ravens’ victory against the 40ers.

In Week 16, five teams scored the winning touchdown in the final two minutes of regulation. Seattle, on the other hand, joined the 2004 Jaguars and 2012 Seahawks as the third club since 1970 to score four game-winning scores in the final two minutes of overtime or overtime in a season.

In the Browns’ 36-22 victory over Houston, wide receiver Amari Cooper of Cleveland had 11 receptions, leading to a single-game team record of 265 yards and two touchdowns.

Even though Carolina scored a lot on Sunday, it wasn’t enough as Bryce Young, who completed the game with a career-high 312 yards passing, helped the Panthers (2-13) overcome a 14-point deficit by throwing a pair of touchdowns to DJ Chark in the fourth quarter, tying the score at 30-30 with 4:05 left.

In the fourth quarter, Green Bay quarterback Jordan Love completed two crucial passes to set up Anders Carlson’s 32-yard attempt with 19 seconds remaining. The Packers defeated the Panthers 33-30, ending a two-game losing run.

Lamar Jackson’s triumph over the 49ers on Monday night may have just clinched his place as the NFL MVP. Since then, Baltimore has shown us some quite astounding things.

Happy Christmas from the Ravens, who managed to keep their franchise quarterback through a protracted contract standoff and then provide him with the receivers he needs to reach his enormous potential.

Jackson leads the top team in the NFL, which is loaded and ready for a lengthy playoff run and perhaps a Super Bowl rematch with the 49ers. Jackson is a fun-loving, high-caliber football player who represents the team and the league.

These Week 17 NFL strength rankings have seen some movement at the top, with a few teams now pursuing the Ravens. The victories by the Buccaneers and Falcons have kept the NFC South closely packed.

In Monday night’s prime-time game between the NFL’s two top seeds, Baltimore overcame San Francisco 33-19 to make a significant statement and increase Lamar Jackson’s chances of winning MVP.

If the Ravens (12-3) defeat Miami (11-4) at home on Sunday, they will receive a first-round bye and their own stadium throughout the AFC playoffs.
49ers coach Kyle Shanahan stated, “I don’t think they’re demoralized.” “Our balance was off, and we made too many mistakes.”

For Jackson, an individual award is not the aim. It’s a Super Bowl ring he wants. The Dolphins are the next opponent for the Ravens, who are riding high after five straight victories.

Before they saw Roquan Smith and Baltimore’s resilient defense, the 49ers (11-4) were the hottest club in the NFL.

After going on a six-game winning streak and throwing four interceptions, Brock Purdy—who quickly rose to prominence as the MVP favorite—ended the evening by watching from the sidelines due to an injury.

San Francisco maintains control of the top seed in the NFC even after the setback. With victories over the Commanders or Rams to end the regular season, the 49ers would secure the top slot.

But after seeing the Ravens defeat San Francisco, the rest of the NFC ought to be optimistic. The 49ers, who had won their previous meetings with Dallas and Philadelphia, were weak in their loss to Baltimore.