Paul Domowitch's NFL power rankings for Nov. 29 (last week's rankings in parentheses):

1    Cowboys    10-1     (1)

They’ve scored fewer than 27 points just twice.

2    Patriots      9-2       (2)

Their top December priority is getting Brady and Gronk healthy for the playoffs.

3    Raiders      9-2       (3)

Raiders not named Khalil Mack have a combined 8 sacks.

4    Chiefs        8-3       (5)

Chiefs have an NFL-best plus-14 turnover differential.

5    Broncos     7-4       (6)

Their last three games are against the Patriots, Chiefs and Raiders.

6    Giants        8-3       (7)

Their next three games are against first-place teams (Steelers, Cowboys, Lions).

7    Seahawks  7-3-1    (4)

They’ve scored 6 or fewer points three times already. How is that possible?

8    Lions          7-4       (8)

Matthew Stafford has thrown one interception in the last seven games.

9    Dolphins     7-4       (10)

Dolphins have won six in a row, including five by 7 points or fewer.

10  Redskins    6-4-1    (9)

Their two losses to the Cowboys have been by a total of 9 points.

11  Falcons            7-4       (12)

Had 28 first downs in their lopsided win over the Cardinals.

12  Steelers     6-5       (14)

They’ve outscored their last two opponents, 52-16.

13  Bucs          6-5       (20)

They’ve given up just 32 points in consecutive wins over Bears, Chiefs and Seahawks.

14  Bills            6-5       (18)

With Raiders, Steelers and Dolphins still ahead, it’s not looking good for Rex.

15  Packers      5-6       (23)

Don’t throw dirt on Aaron Rodgers and Co. quite yet.

16  Eagles        5-6       (11)

So much for being unbeatable at home.

17  Titans         6-6       (19)

Mike Mularkey deserves some coach-of-the-year love.

18  Chargers    5-6       (22)

They’re 3-1 against the AFC South. Does that count for anything? No?

19  Texans       6-5       (13)

Brock Osweiler has the league’s lowest passer rating (72.2) and yards-per-attempt average (5.7).

20  Vikings       6-5       (15)

That late interception against the Lions is going to haunt Sam Bradford for a while.

21  Ravens            6-5       (26)

Joe Flacco has +4 TD-to-INT differential in his last 23 starts.

22  Saints         5-6       (25)

Drew Brees is singlehandedly keeping the Saints in the playoff hunt.

23  Colts          5-6       (16)

Their defense has given up 22 TD passes and has just 3 interceptions.

24  Panthers    4-7       (24)

It ain’t over till ... nah, it’s over.

25  Cardinals    4-6-1    (17)

Bruce Arians never saw this coming.

26  Bengals      3-7-1    (21)

Bad news is they’ve lost A.J. Green. Worse news is it doesn’t matter anymore.

27  Jets            3-8       (28)

Just a wild guess here, but I’m thinking Ryan Fitzpatrick’s name goes on the won’t-be-back pile.

28  Rams         4-7       (27)

If Jeff Fisher isn’t fired after this season, you know he has pictures of owner Stan Kroenke.

29  Jaguars            2-9       (29)

Ditto for Gus Bradley and Jags owner Shahid Khan.

30  Bears         2-9       (30)

They’ve scored more than 21 points once all season.

31  49ers          1-10     (31)

They’ll always have that 28-0, Week 1 win over the Rams.

32  Browns       0-12     (32)     

Word is the Browns are going to use the top pick in draft on a power-hitting corner infielder.