Broncos drop five spots in NFL power rankings entering bye week

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Following a disappointing 30-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 10, the Denver Broncos are now ranked No. 22 in Nate Davis’ latest NFL power rankings for USA TODAY Sports. That’s down five spots from their No. 17 ranking last week.

Here is Davis’ commentary with Denver’s ranking this week:

On other side of bye, five of their final seven games occur against AFC West foes. Denver’s fate doesn’t look pretty, but at least players have a chance to control it.

Elsewhere in the division, the Kansas City Chiefs are ranked No. 10, the Los Angeles Chargers are ranked No. 12 and the Las Vegas Raiders are ranked No. 20. As Davis noted, the Broncos still have a shot — albeit a slim shot — to compete for the AFC West title with some many division games remaining.

The Green Bay Packers are ranked No. 1 this week and the Houston Texans are ranked No. 32. To view the complete NFL power rankings entering Week 11 (Denver’s bye), visit USATODAY.com.

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