Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 8.Chicago Bears8-4lost to NY Giants 30-27 (OT)(▼3)There’s a reason Chase Daniel has been a backup in this league for nine years. At the bottom, Arizona’s nearly inexplicable win at Lambeau Field along with the San Francisco 49ers getting blown out by Seattle have the league’s lower fourth looking a little different.Here’s a look at this week’s order:Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings – Week 14 RankTeamRecordResultMovementComment 4.New England Patriots9-3beat Minnesota 24-10(–)Bounced back with two strong defensive games after loss to Tennessee. 20.Green Bay Packers4-7-1lost to Arizona 20-17(▼3)Lifeless performance leads to Mike McCarthy’s firing. 3.New Orleans Saints10-2lost to Dallas 13-10(▼2)Weird, lifeless offensive performance in Thursday night’s loss in Dallas. 13.Minnesota Vikings6-5-1lost to New England 24-10(▼1)Vikings’ season is like a bad Paula Abdul song. One step forward, two steps back. 23.Jacksonville Jaguars4-8beat Indianapolis 6-0(▲5)Jags get a shutout of the Colts for the second straight year. 25.Buffalo Bills4-8lost to Miami 21-17(▼2)If only Charles Clay caught that ball after a miraculous Josh Allen scramble. 7.Dallas Cowboys7-5beat New Orleans 13-10(▲3)Really impressive defensive performance to shut down Saints. 30.New York Jets3-9lost to Tennessee 26-22(▼1)Jets couldn’t muster an offensive touchdown in close loss to Titans. 31.Oakland Raiders2-10lost to Kansas City 40-33(–)Didn’t get crushed by KC — that’s progress. 24.Cleveland Browns4-7-1lost to Houston 29-13(▼3)Trailed 23-0 at halftime. 11.Indianapolis Colts6-6lost to Jacksonville 6-0(▼2)Colts were averaging 35 points per game over their last eight games. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 6.Los Angeles Chargers9-3beat Pittsburgh 33-30(▲1)Easily the best win of the year for the Chargers. 14.Denver Broncos6-6beat Cincinnati 24-10(▲2)Denver rolls up 218 yards rushing behind Lindsay’s strong game. 15.Philadelphia Eagles6-6beat Washington 28-13(▲2)Eagles broke open a close game in the fourth quarter. 16.Tennessee Titans6-6beat NY Jets 26-22(▲3)Mariota to Davis with :36 left clinches the win for Tennessee. 21.Tampa Bay Buccaneers5-7beat Carolina 24-17(▲6)Bucs have won two straight on the heels of a four-game skid. 26.Cincinnati Bengals5-7lost to Denver 24-10(▼4)Fourth straight loss for the striped ones. 29.Arizona Cardinals3-9beat Green Bay 20-17(▲3)Cardinals win at Lambeau for the first time since 1949. 17.Carolina Panthers6-6lost to Tampa Bay 24-17(▼2)Panthers have lost four straight — with ‘Ls’ to Detroit and the Bucs in that span. 22.New York Giants4-8beat Chicago 30-27 (OT)(▲4)Giants have won three out of last four. After 13 weeks, NFL teams pretty much are what they are. Thus, there wasn’t a lot of drastic movement in this week’s Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings.There is a new (old) team at the top; the Los Angeles Rams, the league’s only one-loss team, is back at number one after a 14-point road win over Detroit. The Kansas City Chiefs, fresh off cutting one star running back Kareem Hunt as a video of a domestic assault surfaced, rolled up 40 points in a less-than-dominant win over Oakland. Meanwhile, the New Orleans Saints ran into a defensive buzzsaw in Dallas that cost them two spots in the rankings. 32.San Francisco 49ers2-10lost to Seattle 43-16(▼2)Season can’t end fast enough for the Niners. 2.Kansas City Chiefs10-2beat Oakland 40-33(▲1)Mahomes now has seven games with four or more touchdown passes. Top Stories 18.Miami Dolphins6-6beat Buffalo 21-17(▲2)Dodged a bullet in Buffalo. 12.Baltimore Ravens7-5beat Atlanta 26-16(▲1)Ravens are undefeated with Jackson at QB. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 10.Seattle Seahawks7-5beat San Francisco 43-16(▲1)Wilson only threw 17 passes, but four of them went for touchdowns. 9.Pittsburgh Steelers7-4-1lost to LA Chargers 33-30(▼1)Steelers blow a 16-point lead and have lost two straight. 27.Detroit Lions4-8lost to LA Rams 30-16(▼3)Hung with the Rams for three quarters. 1.Los Angeles Rams11-1beat Detroit 30-16(▲1)The Rams could have three legitimate MVP candidates in Goff, Gurley and Donald. 1 Comments Share Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford (9) is tackled by Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Rey Del Rio) 28.Atlanta Falcons4-8lost to Baltimore 26-16(▼3)Falcons manage 131 yards of offense vs Ravens. Yuck. 19.Washington Redskins6-6lost to Philadelphia 28-13(▼4)Done. Mark Sanchez the QB now. Done. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 5.Houston Texans9-3beat Cleveland 29-13(▲1)Texans didn’t sack Mayfield, but forced four Browns turnovers.