The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 1 Comments Share 15.Cincinnati Bengals5-4Lost to New Orleans 51-14(▼5)Gave up 51 points, 509 yards, didn’t force a turnover or a punt — yeah, that’ll get your DC fired. RankTeamRecordResultMovementComment 32.Oakland Raiders1-8lost to Chargers, 20-6(▼1)Have scored six or less points in three out of their last four games. 9.Washington Redskins6-3beat Tampa Bay 16-3(▲3)Defense gave up a ton of yards, but only three points and forced four turnovers. 3.Los Angeles Rams9-1beat Seattle 36-31(▲1)Reason to be concerned about the defense…and Kupp’s knee injury is huge. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees passes in the first half of an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Gary Landers) Top Stories 18.Philadelphia Eagles4-5lost to Dallas 27-20(▼5)The Eagles continue to get booed by home fans just nine months after winning their first Super Bowl. Tough town. 26.Tampa Bay Buccaneers3-6lost to Washington 16-3(▼2)Had 503 yards and three points, shattering record of 2011 Rams who had 424 yards and three points in a loss. 20.Baltimore Ravens4-5Bye week(▼2)Didn’t play in Week 10 but were the only team named after a bird not to lose. 23.Jacksonville Jaguars3-6lost to Indianapolis 29-26(▼6)Raise your hand if you thought the Jags would be in last place in the AFC South at this point. Anyone? 25.Denver Broncos3-6Bye week(–)Two more tough games out of the break — at Chargers and home against Steelers. 10.Carolina Panthers6-3lost to Pittsburgh 52-21(▼5)Cam Newton was right, the Panthers got whooped. 24.Detroit Lions3-6lost to Chicago 34-22(▼2)Lions haven’t been particularly competitive during current three-game skid. 28.Arizona Cardinals2-7lost to Kansas City 26-14(–)A 12-point loss in KC might have been this team’s best game of the season. 4.Pittsburgh Steelers6-2-1beat Carolina 52-21(▲2)This offense is clicking. 13.Tennessee Titans5-4beat New England 34-10(▲6)Blanked Patriots over last 42:49 in a nice defensive performance. 16.Dallas Cowboys4-5beat Philadelphia 27-20(▲7)Leighton Vander Esch looking like a steal with the 19th overall pick. 8.Houston Texans6-3Bye week(▲3)Play at Washington before three straight at home against Titans, Browns and Colts. 5.Los Angeles Chargers7-2beat Oakland 20-6(▲2)Five…Make that six straight wins against mediocre to bad opponents. To steal a line from Ebby Calvin “Nuke” LaLoosh, the New Orleans Saints announced their presence with authority in Week 9 by beating the previously top-ranked Los Angeles Rams.In Week 10, they marked their territory like an alpha dog.Drew Brees threw for 265 yards and three touchdowns while Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas each visited the end zone twice in a convincing 51-14 thrashing of Cincinnati at Paul Brown Stadium. 17.Miami Dolphins5-5lost to Green Bay 31-12(▼3)They’re mediocre, but Frank Gore is a modern marvel. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 21.Atlanta Falcons4-5lost to Cleveland 28-16(▼6)Undid all the good from a three-game winning streak in a real stinker at Cleveland. 22.Cleveland Browns3-6-1beat Atlanta 28-16(▲5)John Dorsey’s draft class continues to be stellar. 27.Buffalo Bills3-7beat NY Jets 41-10(▲5)Matt Barkley becomes fourth different starting QB for Bills — and second to win. Sorry, Peterman. 19.Seattle Seahawks4-5lost to LA Rams 36-31(▼2)Hung with the Rams, just couldn’t get over the hump. 7.Chicago Bears6-3beat Detroit 34-22(▲3)Bears are averaging 40 points per game over their last six contests. With that performance, the Saints stay atop the Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings for a second straight week, while the Kansas City Chiefs and Rams both inched up after surprisingly close victories over the Cardinals and Seahawks, respectively.Related LinksRe-establishing David Johnson first step for Cardinals offenseArizona Cardinals guard Justin Pugh has MCL tear, likely headed to IRFalling out of the top five were the New England Patriots, who laid an egg in a 34-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans.Here’s a look at this week’s order:Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings – Week 11 12.Green Bay Packers4-4-1beat Miami 31-12(▲4)Aaron Jones had 145 yards and two TDs — the second-best day by a Packers running back in last five years. 29.New York Giants2-7beat San Francisco 27-23(▲1)The beleaguered Eli Manning throws three TDs in Monday night win. 30.New York Jets3-7lost to Buffalo 41-10(▼4)This game was a 60-minute butt fumble. 31.San Francisco 49ers2-8lost to NY Giants 27-23(▼2)Back to Earth for Mullens and Company. 11.Minnesota Vikings5-3-1Bye week(▼3)We’ll find out what the Vikings really are over the next four weeks. At Bears, vs. Packers, at Pats, at Seahawks. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 1.New Orleans Saints8-1beat Cincinnati 51-14(–)Saints treated the Bengals like Sean Payton treats a noisy fire alarm in pregame. 6.New England Patriots7-3lost to Tennessee 34-10(▼4)Pats suffer their fourth-worst loss in the Belichick-Brady era. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 14.Indianapolis Colts4-5beat Jacksonville 29-26(▲6)Eric Ebron with two more TDs…leads all NFL tight ends with nine touchdowns. 2.Kansas City Chiefs9-1beat Arizona 26-14(▲1)They weren’t dominant, but Mahomes and KC got the job done.