AFC Power Rankings Week 11: Bengals stay at No. 2 despite loss (MNF update)

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Kansas City Chiefs. 6. player. 124. <p>Jamaal Charles has been missed in Kansas City since tearing his ACL, but Charcandrick West is getting the job done on his own accord. West compiled 161 yards and two touchdowns on 27 touches in Week 10, navigating his way through the once-invincible Denver defense. One thing the Chiefs must do better, however, is converting on long drives; Cairo Santos drilled five field goals, so that’s a bunch of points the Chiefs left leaving on the table.</p> <p>Credit must be given to the Chiefs’ defense, a group that accumulated five interceptions on Sunday. Continuing to stand out among other defensive rookies is Marcus Peters, who was one of the interceptors of Peyton Manning in Week 10. Without a doubt, Peters has played better than any other cornerback in his draft class and will certainly factor into the Defensive Rookie of the Year conversation.</p>. AFC West. 4-5

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