Week 9 was not a good week for the NFC West. The San Francisco 49ers were on their bye but scored as many touchdowns as the other three teams, who all lost in Week 9. The Cardinals were shut out 27-0. The Seahawks lost 37-3 and the Rams, without Matthew Stafford, lost 20-3.
Jarrett Bailey has new NFL power rankings for Week 10 for Touchdown Wire. Let’s see where the teams in the division stand.
San Francisco 49ers (No. 9 overall)
The 49ers remained in the top 10. With their bye week, they neither moved up nor down.
They regained the division lead by simply not playing.
Seattle Seahawks (No. 12 overall)
They lost 37-3 to the Baltimore Ravens, allowing over 500 yards and nearly 300 rushing yards.
They fell one spot after being No. 11 last week.
Los Angeles Rams (No. 18 overall)
The Rams, who lost 20-3 to the Green Bay Packers without Matthew Stafford at quarterback, fell a pair of spots this week after being No. 16 last week.
Bailey’s evaluation of the Rams is pretty spot on – the Rams are an XFL team without Stafford.
Arizona Cardinals (No. 31 overall)
The Cardinals, despite looking awful in a 27-0 loss to the Cleveland Browns in which they mustered only 58 yards of offense, did not drop. They were already No. 31. They can thank the Giants for being awful for not being the worst team in the league.