Enjoy this week's installment of the power rankings. Each team is not placed by their overall record, but by my interpretation of their performances thus far and how they stack up for the playoffs. 1. Ravens (12-2) – Just enough offense, punishing defense. This Ravens team is the hottest thing in 12th Man. Kris, enjoy the rather large bulls-eye tattooed on your back. 2. Colts (10-4) – Andrew Luck is the future of this team, and probably of the league. He has weapons to throw to on offense, but it could be a lot better moving forward. If it doesn’t work out this year, expect the Colts to be the top dog in the near future. 3. Chiefs (10-4) – Still on top with the league’s most stingy defense, Javy plays a physical style of ball that forces the rock down opponents throats, and stops offenses entirely. 4. Packers (13-1) – The league’s most talented team has been exceptional thus far. Troy is boasting a high turnover yield, and the defense is definitely making the offense's job much easier with short fields and points off of turnovers. 5. Seahawks (10-4) – Jekyll and Hyde. Seattle forces the 2nd most turnovers in the NFL and 2nd fewest points. Coming off a turnover parade win against their rivals in Arizona, they laid a steamy one on the field in Buffalo. Who is this team really? 6. Broncos (10-4) – No Manning, no problem. Drew has had his way with teams via the ground attack, but has hit a rough patch in recent weeks. If he can get it together in time for the playoffs, he’s a dark horse to represent the AFC in the Superbowl. 7. Cardinals (9-5) – Curtis has his defense attacking at will and punishing opposing QBs. Actually, if it weren’t for his own QB getting abused as well, this team would easily be the top team in the NFC. Skelton’s growth is something to monitor. 8. Eagles (9-4) – The Eagles are playing lights out ball and have the leagues most INTs, which lead to short fields. Vick and McCoy look like they are finally clicking, and Eagles management has finally placed their stamp of approval on the speedy back. 9. Saints (9-5) – Finally on the right track, Rob has his team moving towards the playoffs. You would think this team would air it out a little more, but lately they have been pounding the rock at will. This team is built for January. 10. Jets (9-5) – Inconsistent would be the best word to describe this team, but the sky is the limit for Revis & Cro, as they prove to be the leagues best CB tandem. It can be incredibly difficult to move the ball on this team.