SB Nation released their latest and greatest power rankings to reflect Week 10, and as expected, the Cowboys keep dropping.
Following their embarrassment of a game in Green Bay that wound up costing Wade Phillips his job, the Cowboys fell from 30th to 31st in the SB Nation power rankings. Not that it really matters at this point since the season is over for Dallas, but it's still quite ugly. Only the Carolina Panthers are apparently worse than the Cowboys - and that's probably only because quarterback Matt Moore was lost for the season. Jimmy Clausen is no Jon Kitna.
On the opposite end of the rankings, the Baltimore Ravens are the new No. 1 team. They defeated Miami this week while the former No. 1, the New England Patriots, were blown out by the Cleveland Browns in Cleveland. The Patriots will get a chance at redemption this weekend when they head to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers on Sunday Night Football - easily the marquee game of Week 10.â†µ
Jason Garrett will make his head coaching debut with the Cowboys this Sunday in New Jersey at the New Meadowlands Stadium against the first-place New York Giants. Not the easiest assignment in the world and we might just see the Cowboys drop to 32nd in the Week 11 rankings.