Rise/Sink/Float Week 11

Each week, we preview teams that are moving up and moving down in our weekly Football Relativity comparison. We’ll analyze all 32 teams on Tuesday.

Thomas Jones scores for the Chiefs. Via espn.com

Rise – Kansas City Chiefs – After a bad loss last week, the Chiefs responded by taking care of business in a convincing victory over the Cardinals at home. It was important for Kansas City to reassert its Arrowhead home-field advantage, and the fact that Oakland lost meant that K.C. got back the AFC West lead as well. The Chiefs needed a win badly, and to get such a convincing one was a good sign for a playoff contender.

Sink – Miami Dolphins –  The Dolphins were offensively inept against the Bears on Thursday night, not just because of the absence of QBs Chad Pennington and Chad Henne but also because of injuries on the offensive line. Those two issues could be fatal to Miami’s playoff hopes, because if they can’t run the ball, there’s no way Tyler Thigpen can produce enough offense to keep Miami in games.

Float – Washington Redskins – The Redskins pulled out a win in Nashville 19-16, but the game confirmed what we believe the Redskins to be. While Washington is a competitive team, they can’t pile up enough offense to contend against top teams, and even in this game against a quarterback named Rusty Smith, it took two personal-foul penalties to keep them going on their game-winning drive.

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