NFL Power Rankings and Awards: Week 10

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Nov 15, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Sterling Moore (26) breaks up Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (88) catch during the second half at Raymond James Stadium. Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Dallas Cowboys 10-6. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

If it weren’t for the Giants’ and Eagles’ losses, Dallas’ chances of making the playoffs would be near a statistical impossibility. Even with the losses, however, the Cowboys are about the longest shot there could possibly be of making the playoffs. Even if <a href=. (2-7). Previous: 24th. Dallas Cowboys. 28. team. 123

team. 35. It didn’t take long for the Titans to be put back in their place. Granted, a matchup with the Panthers isn’t always the ideal situation to be in. Regardless, <strong><a href=. (2-7). Previous: 26th. Tennessee Titans. 27

50. What a game for the Detroit Lions. <a href=. (2-7). Previous: 32nd. Detroit Lions. 26. team

team. 59. Despite the win yesterday, losing a divisional matchup to the Bills two weeks ago likely sealed the Dolphins’ fate; it’s going to be very hard for this team to make the playoffs. Even with the win, the Dolphins, at 4-5, are still in last place in the AFC East. <strong><a href=. (4-5). Previous: 27th. Miami Dolphins. 25

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