AFC Power Rankings Week 13: Chiefs skyrocket, Pats fall to No. 2

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16. <p>A season-best performance from Sammy Watkins (six receptions for 158 yards and two touchdowns) wasn’t enough for the Bills, a team that has now lost two straight and is rapidly losing ground in the crowded AFC power ladder as the calendar turns to December. It should be noted that the losses to New England and Kansas City in recent weeks have each been by only one score, but that also indicates that the Bills are struggling to win tight games.</p> <p>Here’s the Bills’ remaining schedule: Houston, at Philly, at Washington, Dallas, New York Jets. Expect the Bills to defeat all three of those NFC East times and to have problems against the two AFC playoff contenders. Both the Texans and Jets are ranked ahead of the Bills in these AFC power rankings, and with good reason. 8-8 is a very real possibility for Rex Ryan in his first season wearing blue and red.</p>. AFC East. 5-6. Buffalo Bills. 10. player

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