Welcome back NFL Fans! Week 11 of the 2022 season is behind us, and it’s time to recalculate the NFL Power Rankings for Week 12. @TheBrysh Power Rankings (PR’s) are calculated using a proprietary algorithm, each week the PR calculations will be represented in a 1-16 rating for each Conference. @TheBrysh Power Rankings are also used to calculate weekly predictions, which will be published as well. Week 11 predictions for @TheBrysh were an impressive 11/14, for a season total of 92/163 or 56% on straight up wins. As the weeks progress, the numbers get dialed in and the predictions become even more dependable.



The Green Bay Packers hosted the Tennessee Titans in hopes of securing a 5th win, and hopes of a playoff berth. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was outplayed by Titans QB Ryan Tannehill. The highlight of this game was a “trick play” TD pass thrown by Titans RB Derrick Henry, ultimately the Titans win 27-17. The Packers drop to 10th, while Tennessee holds at 7th in the AFC.

GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN – NOVEMBER 17: Derrick Henry #22 of the Tennessee Titans runs with the ball after a reception against the Green Bay Packers during the third quarter in the game at Lambeau Field on November 17, 2022 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)


Sunday saw five games that did not result in any significant changes in individual Power Ranking scores, they may however result in relative PR standings. Atlanta beat ‘Da Bears 27-24, the Eagles squeaked past the Colts 17-16, the Patriots won 10-3 over the Jets, the Ravens beat the Panthers 13-3, and the Bengals won 37-30 over the Steelers.

The Cleveland Browns were scheduled to play the Bills in Buffalo, due to a snowstorm the game was moved to Ford Field in Detroit. Bills RB’s Devin Singletary and James Cook combined for 172 yards rushing and a TD to give Buffalo a 31-23 win. The Bills hold onto 1st, the Browns are 10th in the AFC PR’s.

The returning Super Bowl Champion Rams have been a big disappointment for fans this season, and HC Sean McVay should be worried. New Orleans QB Andy Dalton cut the LA defense apart with a 21/25 completion rate and 3 TD’s to take the victory 27-20. Rams stay at 8th, the Saints climb to 9th in NFC PR’s.

Is it possible for the Houston Texans to get any worse? Sunday’s performance shows that the bottom of the barrel is exactly where the Texans belong, in an embarrassing loss to the Washington Commanders 23-10. The Commanders take advantage of the win to take 7th in the NFC PR’s.

The Detroit Lions were expected to take a beating from the NY Giants this weekend, but the Lions came to play. Detroit RB Jamaal Williams punched in 3 TD runs, and the Lions defense picked off 2 Giants passes. A Lions win 31-18 boosts them to 11th and drops the Giants to the NFC cellar.


Although the Las Vegas Raiders are the most overrated team in the NFL, they do have a black and “silver lining” in WR Davante Adams who hauled in 141 yards receiving and 2 TD’s to beat the Denver Broncos 22-16. The OT win lifts the Raiders to 11th and drops the Broncos to 12th in the AFC.

Heading to the locker room trailing 20-13 is not where the Chiefs were predicted to be against the Chargers. Despite the deficit, Kansas City came back with a 14-point 4th quarter, and sacking QB Justin Herbert 5 times, to win 30-27. The Chiefs regain 2nd and the Chargers hold 8th in AFC PR’s.

Nobody could figure out why @TheBrysh had predicted the Dallas Cowboys to beat the rampaging Minnesota Vikings, 3 words…@TheBrysh Power Rankings! Not only did Dallas take the victory, but they spanked the Vike’s 40-3, while sacking QB Kirk Cousins 7 times. Cowboys hold onto 1st, the Vikings drop to 5th in the NFC.


The San Francisco 49’ers had slipped as of late, but QB Jimmy Garoppolo came through with a big game Monday night with 4 TD passes. Despite the game being played on neutral ground in Mexico City, the ‘Niners looked right at home cruising to a 38-10 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. The win shoots San Fran’ back up to 2nd, the Card’s fall to 14th in NFC PR’s.

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – NOVEMBER 21: Elijah Mitchell #25 of the San Francisco 49ers carries the ball against the Arizona Cardinals during the fourth quarter at Estadio Azteca on November 21, 2022 in Mexico City, Mexico. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

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Written by: Jack Cameron @TheBrysh

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