The NFL power rankings for Week 10 [VIDEO] have been released and for many teams, just when it looks like they are turning the corner, they stumble. That has been the story of 2018 so far - that is unless you are one of the big four.

The Los Angeles Rams, New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots, and Kansas City Chiefs continue to roll the competition while the rest of the league [VIDEO] is sitting in the middle of the pack.

Second-tier rising

The Carolina Panthers and Pittsburgh have shown a nice spurt of late, however, teams like the Seattle Seahawks, Washington Redskins, Detroit Lions and Baltimore Ravens are hard to get a read on.

One week these teams look like a definite postseason contender, the next they almost seem like they are on a different page.

While the “big four” continue to dominate heading into Week 10, the Panthers, Steelers, and Texans all deserve some serious credit for rebounding after slow starts.

According to a CBS Sports report, Houston won their sixth straight game by defeating the Denver Broncos 19-17 Sunday afternoon. After a 0-3 start to the 2018 season, the Texans have quietly taken control of the AFC South.

The Steelers have now won four straight and are leading the AFC North and Cam Newton has the Carolina Panthers looking like a serious contender in the NFC after leading his squad to three straight wins and a 6-2 record heading into the second half of the season.

Charging

The Rams are getting all the hype, but watch out for that “other” team who plays in the city of Los Angeles! The LA Chargers have rolled to their fifth consecutive victory in Week 9 over the Seattle Seahawks 25-17.

Philip Rivers continued his impressive 2018 campaign by throwing for 228 yards and two touchdowns in the win. Rivers now has thrown 19 touchdowns to just three interceptions and just over 2,200 total yards. The Bolts are dangerous folks!

Below is a look at the Week 10 NFL power rankings.

  1. Kansas City Chiefs
  2. New Orleans Saints
  3. L.A. Rams
  4. New England Patriots
  5. L.A. Chargers
  6. Carolina Panthers
  7. Houston Texans
  8. Pittsburgh Steelers
  9. Minnesota Vikings
  10. Washington Redskins
  11. Cincinnati Bengals
  12. Chicago Bears
  13. Philadelphia Eagles
  14. Atlanta Falcons
  15. Baltimore Ravens
  16. Green Bay Packers
  17. Miami Dolphins
  18. Indianapolis Colts
  19. Dallas Cowboys
  20. Tennessee Titans
  21. Seattle Seahawks
  22. Detroit Lions
  23. Jacksonville Jaguars
  24. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  25. Denver Broncos
  26. NY Jets
  27. San Francisco 49ers
  28. Cleveland Browns
  29. Arizona Cardinals
  30. Buffalo Bills
  31. NY Giants
  32. Oakland Raiders