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CoachChaz
11-18-2008, 09:18 AM
32. Detroit (0-10) - Will they accomplish the dubious task?

31. Cincinnati (1-8-1) - At least they'll be a half game better than Detroit if they win a game

30. Kansas City (1-9) - They actually look a little better every week.

29. Oakland (2-8) - Gave Miami a run for their money.

28. Seattle (2-8) - Got steamrolled by the Arizona Air Raid

27. St. Louis (2-8) - What happened to the promise a 2 game win streak showed?

26. Houston (3-7) - How many ways can one team find to lose to a rival?

25. San Francisco (3-7) - I would say they looked solid, but they played STL.

24. Cleveland (4-6) - Is Quinn the spark this team needs?

23. San Diego (4-6) - Even referees cant hand them an easy win lately

22. Jacksonville (4-6) - Gotta play all 4 quarters against Tennessee

21. New Orleans (5-5) - Finally win a road game

20. Buffalo (5-5) - They've dropped 4 in a row and 5 out of 6. Gotta be happy to see KC and SF ahead on the schedule

19. Denver (6-4) - The kids on this team showed heart and never gave up. We'll see how that works against the rest of the schedule

18. Green Bay (5-5) - Where has this offense been hiding?

17. Miami (6-4) - Close game against Oakland. NE looking for revenge next week

16. Minnesota (5-5) - Just keep throwing away the opportunity to take the division lead

15. Philadelphia (5-4-1) - This tie was more embarrassing than any of the losses

14. Chicago (5-5) - Looked lost against a division rival

13. Dallas (6-4) - Romo's return squeaks out a win

12. Atlanta (6-4) - Tough loss, but this team is no pushover

11. Baltimore (6-4) - WTF happened to this defense?

10. Washington (6-4) - Blew a big opportunity

9. Arizona (7-3) - Best passing game in the NFL...but 4 of the remaining 6 games are against top 12 defenses

8. Tampa Bay (7-3) - Stepped up big against a tough defense

7. New England (6-4) - Finding it tougher to win some of these division games.

6. Indianapolis (6-4) - They could spot Houston 20 points and still win somehow

5. NY Jets (7-3) - Gritty win against a tough rival

4. Pittsburgh (7-3) - Held on for a win despite petty officiating

3. Carolina (8-2) - Almost let Detroit into the win column.

1b. Tennessee (10-0) - Had a first half scare, but held on.

1a. NY Giants (9-1) - The ability to completely destroy a top defense makes them even scarier

claymore
11-18-2008, 09:20 AM
Coach, I am glad you conceded and made a 1A, and 2B.

CoachChaz
11-18-2008, 09:36 AM
Coach, I am glad you conceded and made a 1A, and 2B.

Mostly just to appease the masses. I still think the Giants would beat Tennessee ather convincingly.

NightTrainLayne
11-18-2008, 09:39 AM
Coach, I am glad you conceded and made a 1A, and 2B.

LMAO. . .1a and 2B. .. :laugh:

claymore
11-18-2008, 09:46 AM
LMAO. . .1a and 2B. .. :laugh:

My retarded ramblings even amaze me sometimes. :tsk:

BroncoJoe
11-18-2008, 09:48 AM
My retarded ramblings even amaze me sometimes. :tsk:

I was going to say something about that, but figured it's a lost cause at this point.

Dreadnought
11-18-2008, 09:48 AM
Mostly just to appease the masses. I still think the Giants would beat Tennessee ather convincingly.

Agreed. The Giants are a much stronger teamn right now.

horsesense
11-18-2008, 09:56 AM
Baltimore's getting a lil too much respect IMO, but would have to pretty much agree with the rest. Thanks for taking the time Coach.:beer:

CoachChaz
11-18-2008, 10:03 AM
Baltimore's getting a lil too much respect IMO, but would have to pretty much agree with the rest. Thanks for taking the time Coach.:beer:

I like what Flacco has done as a rookie and even after Sunday's spanking, the defense is still top 3. Interesting schedule ahead, so we'll see. They're definately a tough team to rank

horsesense
11-18-2008, 10:08 AM
all the rankings between 11-19 look difficult to read. You do a real good job with it Coach.. Props.:salute:

CoachChaz
11-18-2008, 10:19 AM
all the rankings between 11-19 look difficult to read. You do a real good job with it Coach.. Props.:salute:

I still keep forgetting to make Denver a top 10 team though.

horsesense
11-18-2008, 10:24 AM
nobody to blame but ourselves for that.

MHCBill
11-18-2008, 01:47 PM
32. Detroit (0-10) - Will they accomplish the dubious task?

31. Cincinnati (1-8-1) - At least they'll be a half game better than Detroit if they win a game

30. Kansas City (1-9) - They actually look a little better every week.

29. Oakland (2-8) - Gave Miami a run for their money.

28. Seattle (2-8) - Got steamrolled by the Arizona Air Raid

27. St. Louis (2-8) - What happened to the promise a 2 game win streak showed?

26. Houston (3-7) - How many ways can one team find to lose to a rival?

25. San Francisco (3-7) - I would say they looked solid, but they played STL.

24. Cleveland (4-6) - Is Quinn the spark this team needs?

23. San Diego (4-6) - Even referees cant hand them an easy win lately

22. Jacksonville (4-6) - Gotta play all 4 quarters against Tennessee

21. New Orleans (5-5) - Finally win a road game

20. Buffalo (5-5) - They've dropped 4 in a row and 5 out of 6. Gotta be happy to see KC and SF ahead on the schedule

19. Denver (6-4) - The kids on this team showed heart and never gave up. We'll see how that works against the rest of the schedule

18. Green Bay (5-5) - Where has this offense been hiding?

17. Miami (6-4) - Close game against Oakland. NE looking for revenge next week

16. Minnesota (5-5) - Just keep throwing away the opportunity to take the division lead

15. Philadelphia (5-4-1) - This tie was more embarrassing than any of the losses

14. Chicago (5-5) - Looked lost against a division rival

13. Dallas (6-4) - Romo's return squeaks out a win

12. Atlanta (6-4) - Tough loss, but this team is no pushover

11. Baltimore (6-4) - WTF happened to this defense?

10. Washington (6-4) - Blew a big opportunity

9. Arizona (7-3) - Best passing game in the NFL...but 4 of the remaining 6 games are against top 12 defenses

8. Tampa Bay (7-3) - Stepped up big against a tough defense

7. New England (6-4) - Finding it tougher to win some of these division games.

6. Indianapolis (6-4) - They could spot Houston 20 points and still win somehow

5. NY Jets (7-3) - Gritty win against a tough rival

4. Pittsburgh (7-3) - Held on for a win despite petty officiating

3. Carolina (8-2) - Almost let Detroit into the win column.

1b. Tennessee (10-0) - Had a first half scare, but held on.

1a. NY Giants (9-1) - The ability to completely destroy a top defense makes them even scarierMy disagreements this week are highlighted in red... as bad as Denver has been they are better than these teams.

underrated29
11-18-2008, 02:14 PM
nice job again coach.


I like greenbay and miami higher, and i also like balt, lower. But those teams are hard to read.


And yes NYG would crush the titans into oblivion if they were ever to meet!

CoachChaz
11-18-2008, 02:41 PM
My disagreements this week are highlighted in red... as bad as Denver has been they are better than these teams.

Fair enough. Just always tough to call with the teams in the middle. Some above them they've beat...some they've lost to. It's all guesswork or opinion and all comes out with similar accuracy

Mike
11-18-2008, 03:07 PM
Fair enough. Just always tough to call with the teams in the middle. Some above them they've beat...some they've lost to. It's all guesswork or opinion and all comes out with similar accuracy

Just as you have a 1a and 1b...the middle of the crap is 10a-10m, IMO.

CoachChaz
11-18-2008, 03:14 PM
Just as you have a 1a and 1b...the middle of the crap is 10a-10m, IMO.

Couldnt agree more. I think next week, I may just put all those teams names in a hat and rank them as I draw them.

topscribe
11-18-2008, 04:21 PM
My disagreements this week are highlighted in red... as bad as Denver has been they are better than these teams.

And Miami. I really feel that loss was a fluke and Denver would win the next nine times . . .

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CrazyHorse
11-20-2008, 01:02 PM
Looks good to me. I think the best way to guage a team would be to add up the wins of opponents they defeated. It's a bit complicated but would be the best indicator. This would put New York above Tennessee because they have beaten more teams with better records.

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