Panthers in the power rankings after Week 11

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Panthers rank: 18th (9th in NFC)

NFC South: Saints 6th, Falcons 25th, Buccaneers 26th

Beyond the numbers: Carolina dropped two spots after Sunday's loss to the Falcons. According to ESPN's David Newton, behind running back Christian McCaffrey's dominant performances week in and week out, wide receiver DJ Moore has quietly solidified himself as the Panthers' best wideout.

Panthers rank: 17th (9th in NFC)

NFC South: Saints 6th, Falcons 25th, Buccaneers 26th

Beyond the numbers: The Panthers dropped two spots in the NFL's rankings this week. Dan Hanzus said that Carolina still has a chance to climb back into the playoff hunt with three NFC South matchups left, but that the Panthers will need to start a win streak this Sunday in New Orleans.

Panthers rank: 17th (9th in NFC)

NFC South: Saints 4th, Falcons 22nd, Buccaneers 25th

Beyond the numbers: The Panthers slipped two spots following the loss to Atlanta, according to Bleacher Report's rankings. The B/R staff said that after dropping three of the last four games, the Panthers are in trouble.

Panthers rank: 18th (9th in NFC)

NFC South: Saints 5th, Falcons 23rd, Buccaneers 27th

Beyond the numbers: The Panthers fell one spot after Sunday's loss, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. Florio said that before the Panthers can decide on what to do with quarterback Cam Newton, they'll "need to decide on who’ll be making the decision."

Panthers rank: 17th (9th in NFC)

NFC South: Saints 5th, Buccaneers 22nd, Falcons 27th

Beyond the numbers: The Panthers stayed put at No. 17 in the CBS Sports ranking. Pete Prisco said that after dropping Sunday's game to the Falcons, the Panthers chances at an NFC South title look slim, and on top of that, playoff hopes seem to be fading.

View the best photos behind-the-scenes from Carolina's Week 11 home game against Atlanta.

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