NFL Power Rankings, Week 13: Cardinals Enter Last Place; Cowboys, Raiders Stumble

NFL power rankings for Week 13 are out and the Arizona Cardinals have a new spot -- No. 32. The Cardinals were embarrassed on Monday Night Football -- as was Derek Anderson -- and take home the honor of our worst team this week. The bottom of our power rankings are also littered with NFC West teams -- all four of them, in fact. The division leaders are the 5-6 Rams and 5-6 Seahawks so there still isn't a front-runner in the division.

Here are No. 32-21 in SB Nation's NFL power rankings for Week 13:

32. Arizona Cardinals (3-8): After the Monday Night Football beat down, the Cardinals are making the case for the NFL's worst team. They've lost six in a row but are incredibly just two games out of first place in the NFC West. LW: 31

31. Carolina Panthers (1-10): The nightmare season continues for the Panthers. They kept it close against the Browns in a 24-23 loss but they're still the favorites to land the No. 1 pick. LW: 32

30. Detroit Lions (2-9): Give Detroit credit for hanging with the Patriots for one half. Unfortunately, they couldn't do much else. This is another season to forget in Detroit. LW: 30

29. Cincinnati Bengals (2-9): I just don't get it. I don't understand how this team is 2-9. They are so much better than their record indicates. Actually, after watching last Thursday's game against the Jets, they're probably not as good as I think they are. LW: 29

28. Minnesota Vikings (4-7): Maybe there's some life left in these guys after all. The playoffs are a pipe dream at this point Leslie Frazier is said to be the real deal. We'll see if he can get this group on the right track to finish out the year. LW: 28

27. Denver Broncos (3-8): The Rams walked into Invesco Field and jumped out to a big lead before holding off a Denver comeback. This team has zero consistency. LW: 27

26. Buffalo Bills (2-9): Oh, no, Steve Johnson. How do you drop that catch? That would have been Buffalo's signature win in a year that has them competing for the No. 1 draft pick. LW: 25

25. Dallas Cowboys (3-8): They had won two in a row before dropping Thursday's game to the Saints. But, hey, they didn't look so bad doing it. I think Jason Garrett is stating his case for 2011 and beyond. LW: 24

24. San Francisco 49ers (4-7): Kudos to the 49ers for taking care of the Cardinals. Unfortunately, they're just one of many who has taken care of the Cardinals. Somehow the 49ers are just one game out of first place in the NFC West. LW: 26

23. St. Louis Rams (5-6): Someone has to win the NFC Wet, right? Someone? The Rams are one of the favorites at this point as they stand at 5-6 and tied for the division lead with the Seahawks. Sam Bradford is turning out to be the right pick. LW: 23

22. Cleveland Browns (4-7): Cleveland is proving they're not an easy out for anyone. They beat Carolina over the weekend, as expected. Since an 18-point loss to the Steelers on Oct. 17, the Browns have been playing great football. LW: 22

21. Seattle Seahawks (5-6): The Seahawks have lost four of their last five and all four losses were blowouts. Yet...they're still in first place. LW: 19

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