A defensive breakdown and special teams problems dropped the Patriots to third in the final rankings.
The Panthers are going to sports' biggest game, yet they are only just now entering the top 10 in the Power Points.
Thanks to an offense that's been unstoppable in the playoffs, the Colts have moved to No. 1.
The Titans' defensive rating improved after they held Jamal Lewis, the NFL's leading rusher, to just 35 yards.
Led by an opportunistic defense, the Patriots have won 12 straight and earned the top spot in the Power Points.
The Ravens and Vikings had ugly losses a week ago but responded with blowout wins this week.
By holding the Falcons to just 29 passing yards and seven points, the Colts moved from eighth to the No. 1 spot.
The Eagles blowout of the suddenly struggling Cowboys vaulted them to first overall in the Power Points.
The Colts' defense started the season hot, but has allowed 28 points a game in the last four weeks.
The top contenders may have won their games this week, but all of them have new problems that surfaced.
The Packers' offensive line is healthy and playing well, and should be able to pick up the 49ers' blitzes and stunts.
The Chiefs' loss to the Bengals lowers them just below the Titans in the overall ratings.
In a week that saw the NFL turned upside down, the Chiefs and Titans are looking like the cream of the crop.
The Packers, Bucs and 49ers are all ranked in the top 6 despite having non-winning records.
The Chiefs are not only the last undefeated team in the league, but they are playing the best football as well.
Thanks to a victory over Denver and poor performances by other top teams, the Vikings move into the top spot.