Paul Domowitch's NFL power rankings for Nov. 15 (previous rankings in parentheses:

1    Cowboys    8-1       (2)

Jerry Jones hasn’t been this happy since his last facelift.

2    Chiefs        7-2       (3)

Tell me again, Eagles fans, why you didn’t like Andy Reid.

3    Patriots      7-2       (1)

God have mercy on the 49ers this week.

4    Raiders      7-2       (4)

They’ve turned the ball over just 6 times in 9 games.

5    Seahawks  6-2-1    (7)

Do they get any kind of prize for sweeping the AFC East?

6    Broncos     7-3       (6)

Beat Saints on Sunday by blocking an extra point and returning it for two points.

7    Giants        6-3       (8)

With Bears and Browns up next, they’ll be heading into the December homestretch 8-3.

8    Lions          5-4       (9)

With Vikings and Packers both imploding, the NFC North is there for the Lions’ taking.

9    Redskins    5-3-1    (10)

They’re 5-1-1 in their last 7 games.

10  Eagles        5-4       (14)

How hard is it to win in Seattle? Seahawks have lost just twice to a non-division foe in the last 5 years.

11  Texans       6-3       (11)

Brock Osweiler threw for just 99 yards against the Jaguars.

12  Falcons            6-4       (5)

Falcons had just 7 passing first downs vs. the Eagles. Their fewest in a game since 2009.

13  Dolphins     5-4       (20)

Four straight wins have put the Dolphins in the thick of the playoff hunt.

14  Steelers     4-5       (12)

The bad news is they’re 4-5. The good news is they’re in the AFC North.

15  Cardinals    4-4-1    (16)

It shouldn’t take a field goal with no time left to beat the 49ers at home. Just sayin’.

16  Vikings       5-4       (15)

Another game, another Vikings offensive tackle bites the dust. #savesam

17  Colts          4-5       (19)

Andrew Luck is getting smacked around more than a piñata at a kid’s birthday party.

18  Titans         5-5       (22)

Marcus Mariota has thrown 17 TD passes in the last 6 games.

19  Bengals      3-5-1    (18)

Looks like we’re not going to get to see the Bengals go one-and-done in the playoffs again.

20  Packers      4-5       (13)

They’ve given up 111 points in their last 3 games.

21  Bills            4-5       (21)

Without Sammy Watkins, the Bills’ passing game looks like it’s running in mud.

22  Chargers    4-6       (19)

Philip Rivers has thrown 7 interceptions in the last 3 games.

23  Saints         4-5       (23)

Their defense has held an opponent to fewer than 20 points once all season.

24  Ravens            5-4       (25)

Marty Mornhinweg’s offense had 29 first downs Sunday. So what if it was against the Browns?

25  Panthers    3-6       (24)

Panthers already have 19 giveaways, equaling their 2015 season total.

26  Rams         4-5       (26)

They’ve managed to win two games this season without scoring a touchdown.

27  Bucs          4-5       (28)

Jameis Winston has 11 TD passes and just 2 interceptions in the last 5 games.

28  Jets            3-7       (27)

Bryce Petty’s first career start was unremarkable.

29  Jaguars            2-7       (29)

Blake Bortles had the ninth pick-six of his young career Sunday.

30  Bears         2-7       (30)

Three words of advice to Bears GM Ryan Pace: Draft a quarterback.

31  Niners        1-8       (31)

I wonder if GM Trent Baalke has started packing yet.

32  Browns       0-10     (32)

So, will the ’08 Lions be happy or sad when they no longer are the last 0-16 team?