Broncos did not gain or lose ground in NFL power rankings during their bye

Following a bye in Week 11, the Denver Broncos are still ranked No. 22 in Nate Davis’ most current NFL power rankings for U.S.A. TODAY Sports. That’s the very same ranking the group had recently.

Here is Davis’ commentary with the Broncos’ ranking:

If absolutely nothing else, they’re plainly pleased with their pass receivers, extending Courtland Sutton and Tim Patrick in previous week. Nice selling point for their next quarterback.

Patrick got a three-year extension last Friday and Sutton signed a four-year offer on Monday.

Denver is thought about the worst group in the department, a minimum of by Davis. The AFC West competitor Kansas City Chiefs (No. 4), Los Angeles Chargers (No. 14) and Las Vegas Raiders (No. 21) are all ranked greater than the Broncos.

Denver will host the Chargers in Week 12.

The Arizona Cardinals (9-2) are ranked No. 1 and the Detroit Lions (0-9-1) are ranked No. 32. To see the total NFL power rankings going into Week 12, go to


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