Realistic Power Rankings

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    Realistic Power Rankings

    I am a Patriots fans like most of you but they do not belong close to the number 1 team. They are only as high as they are because the rest of the NFL is so bad this year. Here are the rankings.

    http://www.easternmainesportsblog.com/2009/12/nfl-power-rankings-december-3rd.html
     
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    Re: Realistic Power Rankings

    In Response to Realistic Power Rankings:
    I am a Patriots fans like most of you but they do not belong close to the number 1 team. They are only as high as they are because the rest of the NFL is so bad this year. Here are the rankings. http://www.easternmainesportsblog.com/2009/12/nfl-power-rankings-december-3rd.html
    Posted by Marcus1973

    This is the post which is almost the same as NFL todays post yesterday.
    I agree with the rankings except I feel the Pats should be ahead of Arizona.
    What do you think?

    1.  New Orleans Saints (11-0) - Right now they are number 1 and it is not even close.

    2. Indianapolis Colts (11-0)- Best 4th quarter team in the game

    3. Minnesota Vikings (10-1)- Favre may be having his best year.

    4. San Diego Chargers (8-3)- They had a 2-3 record just 6 weeks ago.

    5. Cincinnati Bengals (8-3) -6-0 in the division

    6. Arizona Cardinals (7-4)- We will see if they deserve to be this high this week.
    7. New England Patriots (7-4)- Will try for a road win again this week..

    8.  Dallas Cowboys (8-3)-This is when the Cowboys usually start falling apart.

    9.Baltimore Ravens (6-5)- Another prime time showdown this weekend.

    10. Denver Broncos (7-4)- No one would be surprised if they end up finishing 8-8.

    11. Green Bay Packers (7-4)- They are playing their best right now.

    12. Pittsburgh Steeles (6-5)- They have the Raiders on the schedule at the right time.

    13. Philadelphia Eagles (7-4)- If they get healthy they could be dangerous.

    14.. Atlanta Falcons (6-5) - Great at home, awful on the road.

    15.. Tennessee Titans (5-6)- Looking to knock off the Colts this week.

    16.. Jacksonville Jaguars (6-5)- A loss this week would knock them out of any playoff chances.

    17. Miami Dolphins (5-6)- They need a win against the Pats to have a chance in the AFC East.

    18. New York Giants (6-5)-Need a win against the Cowboys.

    19.. New York Jets (5-6)-The Quarterback is holding them back.

    20. San Franscio 49ers (5-6)- Up and Down team.

    21 Houston Texans (5-6)- They have enough talent to be much higher than this.

    22. Seattle Seahawks (4-7)- Actually got a road win last week.

    23. Buffalo Bills (4-7)- Who was the number 81 guy catching all the balls last week?

    24.. Chicago Bears (4-7) -Cutler was not the answer to anything.

    25. Carolina Panthers (4-7)- Had so much hope.

    26. Kansas City Chiefs (3-8)- Cassell probably rather be holding a clipboard.

    27. Washington Redskins (3-8)- They have a winning record at home.

    28. Oakland Raiders (3-8)-Only 115 points this season.

    29. Detroit Lions (2-9). You know it was bad when 2 wins is a big improvement.

    30. Cleveland Browns (1-10)- Hard to believe they have one win.

    31. St. Louis Rams (1-10) - It is also hard to believe they have one win.

    32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- (1-10)- They actually beat a 7-4 team. That is really hard to believe
     
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    Re: Realistic Power Rankings

    I've created a text document with these power rankings and I am going to merge it with those from Paul K to achieve true power ranking enlightenment.
     
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    Re: Realistic Power Rankings

    The reason I had the Cards ahead of the Pats slightly is because the Cards have played very well on the road while the Pats can't. If the Pats do not fix that they will not last long in the playoffs.
     
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