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NFL Power Rankings Week 14 - Turn Off The Lights

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Right foot, left foot, right foot...
Right foot, left foot, right foot...

Another week, another embarrassing loss.

And now with both our starting QB and the backup nursing injuries, everything points to a painful finish to an already painful season. Of course, it wouldn't be a weekend without another Ram going on the IR; this time it's Jacob Bell. If there's any solace to be found, it's that the Rams can't sink much lower.

Average ranking (# of rankings) 31st (9)
Average change from last week 0.00
Highest ranking (source) 31st (errbody)
Lowest ranking (source) 31st (we all agree)
Biggest positive change (source) 0 (unanimity)
Biggest negative change (source) 0 (one power ranking to rule them all)

SB Nation: 31st (31st last week)

Tom Brandstater could be starting at quarterback on Sunday. Haven't heard of him? Join the crowd.

The rest of the major power rankings after the jump.

ESPN: 31st (31st)

A shutout loss to the 49ers left the Rams with a 10-44 record dating to the 2008 season.

NFL.com: 31st (31st)

One wonders if the Rams could even mount a charity drive right now.

CBS Sports: 31st (31st)

It's hard to imagine that this regime will be back in its current state. Some heads will roll.

Pro Football Talk: 31st (31st)

Steve Spagnuolo wishes Zygi Wilf had bought the Rams instead of the Vikings.

Pro Football Weekly: 31st (31st)

Injuries can't be ignored, but they're a candidate for biggest disappointment.

Fox Sports: 31st (31st)

If the Rams can't win with QB Sam Bradford, they surely aren't going to win with A.J. Feeley.

National Football Post: 31st (31st)

It [sic] becoming tougher to envision head coach Steve Spagnuolo coming back in 2012.

Sports Illustrated: 31st (31st)

Third-string quarterback Tom Brandstater could be Brand-starter this week for St. Louis in Seattle, and that says it all about the 2011 Rams.