The Denver Broncos are the No. 20 team in the NFL, according to Real Clear Sports' power rankings average for Week 11. Using eight of the most well-known rankings, the Broncos came out to have a ranking of 20.38, a 0.12 difference between the No. 21 team, the Philadelphia Eagles.
As has been harped on in recent weeks, the Eagles kept being ranked higher than they should have been, but things finally changed this week when the Eagles fell to 3-6 and the Broncos improved to 4-5. One ranking each had the Eagles and the Broncos as high as No. 17 while others had the Broncos as low as No. 25 and the Eagles at No. 24.
Among the other AFC West teams, the Oakland Raiders come in at No. 15 and the San Diego Chargers are the No. 18 team. The Chargers have dropped fast with a four-game losing streak and it wouldn't be surprising if they dropped below the Broncos if they lose this week (pending a Broncos victory, of course). The Kansas City Chiefs came out to a clean No. 23 ranking. In Tyler Palko, the Chiefs trust.