NFL Power Rankings Week 14: Colts, Chargers Tumble As Jaguars Surge

SB Nation's NFL power rankings for Week 14 continue on as we see the Jacksonville Jaguars making a surge and the San Diego Chargers end their winning streak and drop one against the Oakland Raiders. Every team ranked from No. 11-20 is still in the playoff race -- some lead their divisions (Jacksonville) while others need a miracle (Miami).

Click here for No. 21-32. Here are No. 11-20:

11. Kansas City Chiefs (8-4): The Chiefs have now won three in a row. They can knock San Diego out of the division race with a victory next week. LW: 13

12. Jacksonville Jaguars (7-5): I'm not sure how many times I've written this team off but with four games to go they control their own destiny. The remaining game against the Colts become one of the biggest in years for Jacksonville. LW: 15

13. Indianapolis Colts (6-6): Um. What happened? Peyton Manning has been miserable lately. This is not the Colts we're used to seeing. I still think they can can run the table but my confidence level is not nearly as high. LW: 10

14. Oakland Raiders (6-6): The Raiders clearly have the Chargers number sweeping the season series Oakland is down two games to the Chiefs right now and play KC one time so they don't control their own destiny. LW: 19

15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-5): You can't blame them much for last week's loss considering the Falcons are one of the top two or three teams right now but at some point they have to beat a good team if they're playoff bound. LW: 14

16. San Diego Chargers (6-6): So the Chargers annual midseason winning streak is not what we thought it was. They lost to the Raiders in a game they had to win. If they lose next week against the Chiefs, they'll be eliminated from winning the division. LW: 11

17. Miami Dolphins (6-6): It's hard to get a read on this team. They're just...average. All around it seems. You can't be average when the Patriots and Jets are in your division. LW: 16

18. Cleveland Browns (5-7): The Browns are sort of like the Bills. Their record doesn't indicate the type of team they are. If I'm a contender, I don't want to play the Browns down the stretch. LW: 22

19. Houston Texans (5-7): It looks like Gary Kubiak and Co. will be missing out on the playoffs once again. Maybe he can go back to Denver. LW: 17

20. Tennessee Titans (5-7): Six points in a game against a division rival with your season on the line. The Titans, like the Texans, will be watching the playoffs from home this year. LW: 18

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