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El Kabong

Power Ranking

Listening to Mike and Mike yesterday, they had us at #10 and CBS has us at #16.

Anybody else have other fantasy #s lol. By the way CBS has the Texans #14 yet we are a 6-7 point favorite to win this game.
Hawk

NFL site has us at #12
Nightrider

I think Mike and Mike have it about right.
Desperado

Sure fire way to move to the bottom of the rankings, is lose to the Cowboys.
Hawk

Desperado wrote:
Sure fire way to move to the bottom of the rankings, is lose to the Cowboys.



That's a fact
LoneStar

At least we will be ranked ahead of the Texans next week bigsmurf
Desperado

McNabb on MSN sports has the Cowboys at #19, what an *****!
BevoMav

Re: Power Ranking

El Kabong wrote:
Listening to Mike and Mike yesterday, they had us at #10 and CBS has us at #16.

Anybody else have other fantasy #s lol. By the way CBS has the Texans #14 yet we are a 6-7 point favorite to win this game.


Mike and Mike?

All these two bozos talk about is the Jets. They had the Saints going to the Super Bowl.

Oh, and to to CBS. I would be interested in the 15 teams in the league better than the Cowboys.
BluenSilver4evr

After todays game somebody here should do our own power rankings. albino
El Kabong

LoneStar wrote:
At least we will be ranked ahead of the Texans next week bigsmurf


Bleacher has us #7 and the Texans #25
El Kabong

I know this is bleacher report, But hey what the hell

THE FINE FIFTEEN
1. Dallas (5-1). In Fine Fifteen history, I have to say this is one of the biggest surprises I ever recall: the Dallas Cowboys being number one. Many reasons why on Sunday, but the biggest may have been the fact that the Cowboys weren’t supposed to be able to run on the best run defense in football. Thirty-seven carries and 162 yards later, Seattle has to believe.

2. San Diego (5-1). Margins of victory since the opening night loss at Arizona: 9, 12, 19, 31 and 3.

3. Seattle (3-2). Since opening night, mortality.

4. Denver (4-1). Peyton Manning will begin next week’s Sunday nighter at home versus San Francisco with 506 touchdown passes. He’ll need three to pass Brett Favre for the most touchdown passes in NFL history. Against these Niners? That’s going to be one tough task.

5. Philadelphia (5-1). I love Zach Ertz. From the look of Nick Foles’ first-half distribution on Sunday night, Chip Kelly loves him too.

6. Arizona (4-1). As Mike Florio said in our little NBC den Sunday night: “Why’d the Steelers ever let Bruce Arians go?” Good question, Mike. Very good question.

7. San Francisco (3-2). There’s a reason the Niners have a dominating 34:38-possession average. His name is Frank Gore.

8. New England (4-2). The loss of Jerod Mayo hurts. Hurts bad. But consecutive 26- and 15-point season-saving wins are a good salve.

9. Green Bay (4-2). The 19-7 loss at Detroit doesn’t seem like it was three weeks ago. More like three months. Three wins and 107 point since then.

10. Indianapolis (4-2). Colts Stat I Like: T.Y. Hilton is averaging 100.7 receiving yards per game this season.

11. Baltimore (4-2). Tough to pick the AFC North, but I’d like to flip a three-sided coin please.

12. Cleveland (3-2). Lots of reasons to like the Browns right now. Quarterback playing well, never out of games, good running game, and a total buy-in to a good coaching staff. They are not going away.

13. Cincinnati (3-1-1). What a rotten eight days for the Bengals, and it leads to questions about how good they really are. They’ve given up 80 points in the last two games. That’s no way to win a division.

14. Detroit (4-2). The defense is saving this team. Forty-four points allowed during the current 3-1 streak.

15. New York Giants (3-3). Those Giants-offense-has-arrived stories can be put away for a while.

Giants offense has arrived, the guy who wrote this article may have been drinking lmao.
Desperado

Yes I'm amazed at how many are singing our praises. The worst ranking I've seen this week is #4.
BevoMav

Desperado wrote:
Yes I'm amazed at how many are singing our praises. The worst ranking I've seen this week is #4.


I just want them to be ranked number one after the Super Bowl.

At 5-1 I think they are near guaranteed at least 11-5.

I see them sweeping the Giants and the Eagles. That leaves them needing to win one other game, I say Indy at home to finish at worst 11-5.

This is of course baring a major injury or seven.
Nightrider

You left out sweeping the Skins, easier to do than the Eagles.
BluenSilver4evr

I was listening to the media guys on TV this morning. LMAO

Power ranking are worthless they really don't mean a damn thing at all.

We have all seen huge upsets every week, nobody is unbeatable, except us  drunken

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