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CoachChaz
10-28-2008, 09:59 AM
32. Detroit (0-7) - Probably the ONE thing we can rely on this season is Detroit losing

31. Cincinnati (0-8) - Correction...make that two things.

30. Kansas City (1-6) - Could be three things if Denver had any defense at all

29. Seattle (2-5) - Overcame injuries to squeak one out

28. Oakland (2-5) - Gotta be glad they are in our division right now

27. San Francisco (2-6) - Coaching change not helping yet

26. St. Louis (2-5) - The streak had to end eventually

25. Houston (3-4) - Things looking up. Probably should be 5-2 if not for dumb mistakes

24. Cleveland (3-4) - I simply cannot figure this team out

23. Minnesota (3-4) - BYE week

22. Miami (3-4) - I'm officially scared of playing this team

21. NY Jets (4-3) - Beating KC makes up for the loss to the Raiders

20. Baltimore (4-3) - If you beat up on Oakland, is it worth mentioning?

19. Atlanta (4-3) - I'm still impressed with this team and Matt Ryan

18. Indianapolis (3-4) - This doesnt even look like the same Indy team

17. San Diego (3-5) - Trying REALLY hard to giftwrap the division title for Denver

16. Denver (4-3) - BYE week...they couldnt disappoint anyone

15. Dallas (5-3) - The defense showed up...againt Jeff Garcia

14. Jacksonville (3-4) - Bad loss to a mediocre team

13. Green Bay (4-3) - BYE week

12. Tampa Bay (5-3) - Blew an opportunity to keep pace with Carolina.

11. Arizona (4-3) - Gave up a little too soon against Carolina

10. New Orleans (4-4) - Big win, but this team has zero consistency

9. Buffalo (5-2) - Solid team that just hasnt learned how to win yet

8. Chicago (4-2) - BYE week

7. New England (5-2) - A high school team could win with their schedule

6. Philadelphia (4-3) - Brian Westbrook is a stud

5. Washington (6-2) - When Detroit is on your schedule, you have to feel good

4. Pittsburgh (5-2) - Eventually they'll learn they cant win when Ben has to throw 20+ passes

3. Carolina (6-2) - Survived the mighty Cardinals passing game.

2. NY Giants (6-1) - Took advantage of turnovers and did what they do.

1. Tennessee (7-0) - Beat a tough division rival and proved Collins can still throw the ball.

red98
10-28-2008, 10:10 AM
Looks good Coach. No complaints this week!

NightTrainLayne
10-28-2008, 10:21 AM
It's a shame. 1st place in the AFC West is only worth 16th place in the weekly power Rankings. :tsk:

My how the tide has turned.

underrated29
10-28-2008, 11:10 AM
nice.

I understand that tenn is undefeated, so naturally that would make them #1. But i think the giants are still the better team.

MasterShake
10-28-2008, 11:26 AM
Great list, but aren't the Saints 4-4 now?

Thnikkaman
10-28-2008, 12:05 PM
And aren't the Titans 7-0?

NightTrainLayne
10-28-2008, 12:08 PM
Coach was in too much of a hurry to get in and out of here wasn't he?

weazel
10-28-2008, 06:28 PM
32. Detroit (0-7) - Probably the ONE thing we can rely on this season is Detroit losing

31. Cincinnati (0-8) - Correction...make that two things.

30. Kansas City (1-6) - Could be three things if Denver had any defense at all

29. Seattle (2-5) - Overcame injuries to squeak one out

28. Oakland (2-5) - Gotta be glad they are in our division right now

27. San Francisco (2-6) - Coaching change not helping yet

26. St. Louis (2-5) - The streak had to end eventually

25. Houston (3-4) - Things looking up. Probably should be 5-2 if not for dumb mistakes

24. Cleveland (3-4) - I simply cannot figure this team out

23. Minnesota (3-4) - BYE week

22. Miami (3-4) - I'm officially scared of playing this team

21. NY Jets (4-3) - Beating KC makes up for the loss to the Raiders

20. Baltimore (4-3) - If you beat up on Oakland, is it worth mentioning?

19. Atlanta (4-3) - I'm still impressed with this team and Matt Ryan

18. Indianapolis (3-4) - This doesnt even look like the same Indy team

17. San Diego (3-5) - Trying REALLY hard to giftwrap the division title for Denver

16. Denver (4-3) - BYE week...they couldnt disappoint anyone

15. Dallas (5-3) - The defense showed up...againt Jeff Garcia

14. Jacksonville (3-4) - Bad loss to a mediocre team

13. Green Bay (4-3) - BYE week

12. Tampa Bay (5-3) - Blew an opportunity to keep pace with Carolina.

11. Arizona (4-3) - Gave up a little too soon against Carolina

10. New Orleans (4-4) - Big win, but this team has zero consistency

9. Buffalo (5-2) - Solid team that just hasnt learned how to win yet

8. Chicago (4-2) - BYE week

7. New England (5-2) - A high school team could win with their schedule

6. Philadelphia (4-3) - Brian Westbrook is a stud

5. Washington (6-2) - When Detroit is on your schedule, you have to feel good

4. Pittsburgh (5-2) - Eventually they'll learn they cant win when Ben has to throw 20+ passes

3. Carolina (6-2) - Survived the mighty Cardinals passing game.

2. NY Giants (6-1) - Took advantage of turnovers and did what they do.

1. Tennessee (7-0) - Beat a tough division rival and proved Collins can still throw the ball.

there is no way Denver should be ranked higher than baltimore, SD, Miami, Houston, Cleveland or Indy. Any of those teams would shred this pathetic excuse of a team to bits now. The Broncos have thrown in the towel on defense and nobody on that side of the ball even cares what the outcome of the game is.

bengaaaaals1688
10-31-2008, 12:52 PM
nice.

I understand that tenn is undefeated, so naturally that would make them #1. But i think the giants are still the better team.

I disagree. The Giants are a good team, they have an offense that is nigh on unstoppable when it is actually working, and a very good defense. However, the Titans have a great defense, and a running game that is always set to explode. The Titans very closely resemble the Ravens of 1999.

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