NFL power rankings: How far do Bucs jump after another comeback win?

Another week, another double-digit comeback win for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as they erased the Arizona Cardinals’ 16-6 lead and finished things off with a walk-off field goal in overtime for a 19-16 victory.

The win kept the Bucs in first place in the NFC South, giving them a chance to clinch the division title at home next week against the Carolina Panthers.

Despite the dramatic victory, the Bucs still struggled on offense for most of the game, as they have all season long. Is another late comeback enough to move the needle in terms of how they compare to the rest of the teams in the league right now?

Here are this week’s updated NFL power rankings, courtesy of Touchdown Wire:

32. Denver Broncos (4-11)

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31. Indianapolis Colts (4-10-1)

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30. Arizona Cardinals (4-11)

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29. Chicago Bears (3-12)

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28. Houston Texans (2-12-1)

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27. Cleveland Browns (6-9)

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26. Atlanta Falcons (5-10)

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25. Las Vegas Raiders (6-9)

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24. Los Angeles Rams (5-10)

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23. Carolina Panthers (6-9)

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22. Seattle Seahawks (7-8)

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21. New York Jets (7-8)

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20. New Orleans Saints (6-9)

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19. New England Patriots (7-8)

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18. Tennessee Titans (7-8)

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17. Baltimore Ravens (10-5)

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16. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-8)

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15. Washington Commanders (7-7-1)

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14. New York Giants (8-6-1)

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13. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8)

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12. Miami Dolphins (8-7)

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11. Detroit Lions (7-8)

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10. Green Bay Packers (7-8)

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9. Jacksonville Jaguars (7-8)

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8. Los Angeles Chargers (9-6)

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7. Cincinnati Bengals (11-4)

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6. Dallas Cowboys (11-4)

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5. Philadelphia Eagles (13-2)

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4. Minnesota Vikings (12-3)

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3. Kansas City Chiefs (12-3)

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2. San Francisco 49ers (11-4)

1. Buffalo Bills (12-3)

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