NFL POWER RANKINGS: Where all 32 teams stand going into Week 11

Ezekiel ElliottDavid Richard/AP

We’re through the first 10 weeks of the NFL season, and for the first time all year the Dallas Cowboys are the top team in football.

It’s crazy, isn’t it?

The Cowboys, who entered the season with question marks all over the field, are winners of eight straight behind the MVP-level play from Ezekiel Elliott and solid overall quarterbacking from Dak Prescott.

The ‘Boys still may not be Super Bowl favorites, but entering Week 11 they are unquestionably the best team in football.

Close behind them, of course, are the Patriots and Seahawks.

Elsewhere around the league, playoff races are starting to heat up. The Lions, somehow, are leading the NFC North. The Broncos are 7-3 and in third place in the AFC West. It’s looking increasingly likely that both the AFC West and the NFC East will have three playoff teams.

With just seven weeks of regular season football left, each week is more important than the last.

Here are our power rankings entering Week 11.

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