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CoachChaz
10-07-2008, 09:35 AM
32. Detroit (0-4) - The most pathetic thing about this season is the Lions

31. St. Louis (0-4) - BYE week

30. Houston (0-4) - Christmas came early for the Colts thanks to Santa Sage

29. Kansas City (1-4) - Couldnt handle facing a better defense

28. Cincinnati (0-5) - If you watch their games...they arent as bad as they look. At least not all the time

27. Seattle (1-3) - More and more injuries

26. Oakland (1-3) - BYE week

25. Cleveland (1-3) - BYE week

24. San Francisco (2-3) - Starting to come back to reality

23. Miami (2-2) - The official giant killers of the NFL...so far

22. Atlanta (3-2) - The Falcons season has been underestimated

21. Arizona (3-2) - Warner looking good, but for how long?

20. Minnesota (2-3) - Showed the offense can score a few points.

19. Indianapolis (2-2) - Got very lucky against a bad Houston team

18. Jacksonville (2-3) - The definition of inconsistency

17. Green Bay (2-3) - This train is derailing.

16. New Orleans (2-3) - Gramatica owes his team a few pushups

15. Tampa Bay (3-2) - Who is going to provide the offense for this team?.

14. NY Jets (2-2) - BYE week

13. Baltimore (2-2) - Tough loss to a tough team

12. San Diego (2-3) - Looked bad against a Miami team that isnt very good.

11. Chicago (3-2) - Ho hum win against Detroit.

10. New England (3-1) - Did enought to win, but not impressively

9. Philadelphia (2-3) - Cant seem to seal the deal on the close games

8. Buffalo (4-1) - Looked silly against a pass happy team.

7. Denver (4-1) - So they do actually employ a defense in Denver

6. Carolina (4-1) - Proved that KC really isnt that good.

5. Pittsburgh (4-1) - Keep winning despite the injuries

4. Washington (4-1) - Who'd have guessed Zorn could lead this gang.

3. Dallas (4-1) - Not a very impressive win.

2. Tennessee (5-0) - All Collins has to do is stand there. The defense will take care of the rest

1. NY Giants (3-0) - Big win keeps them in the top spot.

BigDaddyBronco
10-07-2008, 09:46 AM
Hooray, he has Denver ranked higher than San Diego! :D

CoachChaz
10-07-2008, 09:52 AM
Hooray, he has Denver ranked higher than San Diego! :D

I guess it was inevitable

Thnikkaman
10-07-2008, 09:53 AM
Hooray, he has Denver ranked higher than San Diego! :D

And SD is out of the top 10.

Another note, its amazing (and perfectly valid) that all 4 teams in the NFC east are in his top 10. I am looking forward to the Washington v New York rematch.

Broncolingus
10-07-2008, 10:01 AM
...its amazing (and perfectly valid) that all 4 teams in the NFC east are in his top 10. I am looking forward to the Washington v New York rematch.

I agree - for Sep anyway, that division is playing some good football.

CoachChaz
10-07-2008, 11:03 AM
The benefit the Skins have is that they've played all of their division road games already.

ApaOps5
10-07-2008, 11:18 AM
Thats BS that Denver is ranked highter than SD........

I'm kidding. These rankings lookl spot on again.

bengaaaaals1688
10-07-2008, 12:13 PM
Thanks for the vote of confidence, but no way in hell should we be higher than 30th.

56crash
10-08-2008, 09:23 PM
Houston is a better team that they are showing I think they will turn around this season so I would put them at 25 IMO

Nomad
10-09-2008, 06:47 AM
Good job on the rankings! If Denver could play consistent on both sides of the ball, they'd be a force to reckon with and they'd be in the top 3. But we never know what team will show up, the Offensive BRONCOS or Defensive BRONCOS, ST is a wash except for Prater!

King87
10-09-2008, 10:45 AM
The Chiefs should be ahead of the Bengals. God it hurts me to say that. They have a win, we don't.

BMF Bronco
10-10-2008, 10:31 AM
Good list, I would have Philly a bit lower, they if they lose many more (1-2), they can kiss their playoff hopes good bye, especially in that division. In addition, I think that Pittsburgh is holding tight right now, but the rash of injuries is going to catch up to them and the wheels are going to fall off.

bengaaaaals1688
10-10-2008, 11:32 AM
Good list, I would have Philly a bit lower, they if they lose many more (1-2), they can kiss their playoff hopes good bye, especially in that division. In addition, I think that Pittsburgh is holding tight right now, but the rash of injuries is going to catch up to them and the wheels are going to fall off.

While I agree it is very possible Pitt can have the injuries catch up to them, I don't expect it to. They have a solid core of players, and they have enough depth to push them through to at least the playoffs if it is absolutely necessary.