Paul Domowitch's final NFL power rankings for the 2014 season:

1. Patriots 12-4 (1): Tom Brady has a plus-24 TD-to-INT differential.

2. Seahawks 12-4 (3): Homefield advantage and a defense that has given up 3 TDs in last 6 games.

3. Packers 12-4 (2): Aaron Rodgers has thrown 418 passes at Lambeau without an interception.

4. Broncos 12-4 (4): What's up with Peyton? Just 3 TDs, 6 interceptions in last 4 games.

5. Cowboys 12-4 (5): Cowboys have averaged 41 points a game since Thanksgiving loss to Eagles.

6. Steelers 11-5 (11): Hard to see the Steelers going very far in playoffs if Le'Veon Bell can't play.

7. Lions 11-5 (6): Matthew Stafford is 0-16 in his career against winning teams on the road.

8. Bengals 10-5-1 (7): Bengals haven't won a playoff game since Doogie Howser was tending to sick people.

9. Colts 11-5 (8): Andrew Luck has thrown the most TD passes in the league (40). Bengals have allowed 3rd fewest.

10. Ravens 10-6 (12): If Ray Rice was hoping he'd be missed, he's disappointed.

11. Cardinals 11-5 (9): Cardinals haven't scored more than 18 points since losing Carson Palmer.

12. Chiefs 9-7 (13): On the plus side, Travis Kelce won't have to worry about being heckled by his brother for missing the playoffs.

13. Texans 9-7 (14): Bill O'Brien gets my vote for NFL coach of the year.

14. Eagles 10-6 (16): Making the playoffs with 36 turnovers would've been the equivalent of wearing relaxed-fit jeans to a wedding.

15. Chargers 9-7 (10): Philip Rivers had a 71.2 passer rating in the Chargers' last 4 games, 3 of which they lost.

16. Bills 9-7 (17): It's a shame Jim Schwartz's defense won't get a chance to strut its stuff in the playoffs.

17. 49ers 8-8 (18): Niners' scoring average dropped from 25.4 points per game last year to 19.1 this year.

18. Dolphins 8-8 (15): Tell me again, Stephen Ross, why you're giving Joe Philbin one more year.

19. Panthers 7-8-1 (23): Sean McDermott's defense held last 4 opponents to 10.7 points and 278 yards per game.

20. Vikings 7-9 (19): GM Rick Spielman, who once traded a 2nd-round pick for A.J. Feeley, seems to have done better with Teddy Bridgewater.

21. Giants 6-10 (21): Prospect of facing Odell Beckham and healthy Victor Cruz twice a year is giving NFC East DC's indigestion.

22. Saints 7-9 (24): Gave up 27 or more points in 6 of their last 8 games.

23. Rams 6-10 (22): Defense is solid, but they need to get productive play from QB position.

24. Falcons 6-10 (20): Julio Jones caught 104 passes, but just 6 for TDs.

25. Browns 7-9 (25): Johnny Manziel is what happens when immaturity, stupidity, fame and money collide.

26. Jets 4-12 (29): If anybody is capable of royally screwing up a coach and GM search it's Woody Johnson.

27. Bears 5-11 (27): Job 1 for the new GM: what to do about Jay Cutler (throw him overboard).

28. Jaguars 3-13 (28): The best part about Blake Bortles' rookie season is that it's over.

29. Redskins 4-12 (26): Warning: appearing in Subway commercials is hazardous to your career.

30. Bucs 2-14 (31): Welcome to Mariotaville.

31. Raiders 3-13 (30): Coaching Raiders has dropped below newspaper reporter in worst-job rankings.

32. Titans 2-14 (32): Pick a statistical category, any statistical category, and Titans are at or near the bottom of it.