Final 2013-14 NFL Power Rankings

Despite walloping the Denver Broncos by 35 points in the Super Bowl, the Seattle Seahawks managed to improve to just the second spot in the final 2013 NFL Sports Power Rankings, one spot behind the Broncos.

Seattle finished with a rating of .807, compared to the Broncos’ final rating of .864. The ratings indicate the strength of each club relative to the average team. With a rating of 1.000 equal to 14.487 points, Denver would be projected to defeat the average team by 12.5 points, while Seattle would be favored by 11.7 points against the same average team.

The Seahawks moved up from the number four spot in the NFL Power Rankings prior to the Super Bowl. Denver remained in the top spot in the NFL Power Rankings through the final six weeks of the regular season and throughout the NFL playoffs.

Both clubs had just two unavenged losses this season. The Broncos lost to Indianapolis on October 20 and to the Seahawks in the Super Bowl. Seattle’s two unavenged losses were to Indianapolis and Arizona, the latter defeat coming in week 16.

Here are the complete final NFL Power Rankings for the 2013 NFL season:

RANKTEAMRATINGCHANGE
1Denver.8640
2Seattle.8072
3San Francisco.725-1
4New Orleans.713-1
5Kansas City.5890
6Cincinnati.5100
7Carolina.4771
8New England.472-1
9Arizona.4500
10Philadelphia.2920
11San Diego.2320
12Indianapolis.0200
13Tennessee.0190
14Detroit-.0170
15St. Louis-.0260
16Miami-.1120
17Pittsburgh-.1510
18Tampa Bay-.1600
19Chicago-.1821
20Dallas-.203-1
21Green Bay-.2550
22Baltimore-.3120
23NY Giants-.3430
24Atlanta-.3471
25Minnesota-.3541
26Buffalo-.356-2
27NY Jets-.5520
28Cleveland-.5930
29Washington-.6190
30Houston-.6250
31Oakland-.7100
32Jacksonville-.9450

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