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

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Miami Dolphins. 11. player. 59. <p>Jarvis Landry’s outstanding catch off the tip was the difference in the Dolphins’ 20-19 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. If the Eagles had gotten their hands on that tip, the game probably wouldn’t have gone the Dolphins’ way. Landry continues to ascend among the NFL’s wide receiving ranks.</p> <p>Rookie Jay Ajayi also impressed in his first NFL action, turning six carries into 48 yards highlighted by a nice 24-yard scamper.</p> <p>With a home game next week against the hap less Dallas Cowboys, the Dolphins could very well be 5-5 entering their huge Week 12 showdown with the New York Jets. The AFC East is proving to be the most intriguing NFL division these days.</p>. AFC East. 4-5

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