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CoachChaz
11-24-2009, 12:18 PM
32. St. Louis (1-9) – It gets to a point where it just boring writing something about them

31. Cleveland (1-9) – Probably the only game they’ll score more than 30 in

30. Detroit (2-8) – Offense looked good…against Cleveland

29. Tampa Bay (1-9) – Just another of the Saints “tough” opponents

28. Buffalo (3-7) – Does it matter who coaches this team?

27. Washington (3-7) – Oh how I was hoping they’d get another FG

26. Oakland (3-7) – Took advantage a BIG mistake to sneak one out

25. Kansas City (3-7) – Interesting what happens when you block someone

24. Seattle (3-7) – Had no chance against the Vikes

23. Carolina (4-6) – Have to be a player in the Sam Bradford race

22. Chicago (4-6) – Looks like Jeff George did come out of retirement afterall

21. San Francisco (4-6) – Alex Smith is actually looking like a solid player

20. NY Jets (4-6) – If you are going to fall apart…go all the way

19. Tennessee (4-6) – 4 in a row.

18. Miami (5-5) – I don’t think any team makes the most out of limited talent like they do.

17. Houston (5-5) – Blew an opportunity to stay in the race

16. Atlanta (5-5) – Injuries are starting to unravel this team

15. Jacksonville (6-4) – Looking better. May be a spoiler team down the stretch

14. Green Bay (6-4) – Injuries are going to catch up to them

13. Denver (6-4) – Coming back to reality…FAST!

12. NY Giants (6-4) – Lucky win against a mediocre team

11. Baltimore (5-5) – Just not enough talent on offense.

10. Philadelphia (6-4) – Pulled one out to stay in the race

9. Arizona (7-3) – Did just enough to extend the division lead

8. Dallas (7-3) – Looks like they peaked a few weeks ago. Watch them struggle against Oakland.

7. Pittsburgh (6-4) – Looks like one man does make a difference

6. Cincinnati (7-3) – I guess I found the negative I said I couldn’t find

5. San Diego (7-3) – Looking strong on a 5 game win streak.

4. New Orleans (10-0) – Another boring win against another weak team

3. New England (7-3) – Hitting on all cylinders

2. Indianapolis (10-0) – Colts fans are going to need pacemakers soon…and I think the Vikes could beat them

1. Minnesota (9-1) – No one wants to hear it, but Favre HAS to be the MVP

underrated29
11-24-2009, 12:43 PM
excellent. The only place i can disagree is cleveland and St louis. I think cle is the worst in the league and the rams are better. But just like last week thats like arguing if bull crap is worse than horse crap.

King87
11-24-2009, 01:20 PM
I think New England will beat the Saints, but as it stands right now I would swap them. Your reasoning is sound though, so I can't fault it.

Gamechanger
11-24-2009, 01:55 PM
i really like close games, really shows where a team really is :noidea:

Northman
11-24-2009, 01:57 PM
I still like the Bengals more than the Chargers but i understand the dilemma there.

Dortoh
11-24-2009, 01:59 PM
Ratbirds are going to the SB........just saying.

King87
11-24-2009, 03:44 PM
Ratbirds are going to the SB........just saying.

:mad::mad::mad:

Dortoh
11-24-2009, 04:30 PM
:mad::mad::mad:

But you get to win the division King :elefant:

King87
11-24-2009, 04:43 PM
But you get to win the division King :elefant:

:mad::mad::mad:

weazel
11-24-2009, 05:29 PM
23. Carolina (4-6) – Have to be a player in the Sam Bradford race

22. Chicago (4-6) – Looks like Jeff George did come out of retirement afterall

21. San Francisco (4-6) – Alex Smith is actually looking like a solid player

20. NY Jets (4-6) – If you are going to fall apart…go all the way

19. Tennessee (4-6) – 4 in a row.

18. Miami (5-5) – I don’t think any team makes the most out of limited talent like they do.

17. Houston (5-5) – Blew an opportunity to stay in the race

16. Atlanta (5-5) – Injuries are starting to unravel this team

15. Jacksonville (6-4) – Looking better. May be a spoiler team down the stretch

14. Green Bay (6-4) – Injuries are going to catch up to them



All those teams should be ahead of the Broncos. We wouldnt beat a single one of them right now

CoachChaz
11-25-2009, 07:54 AM
23. Carolina (4-6) – Have to be a player in the Sam Bradford race

22. Chicago (4-6) – Looks like Jeff George did come out of retirement afterall

21. San Francisco (4-6) – Alex Smith is actually looking like a solid player

20. NY Jets (4-6) – If you are going to fall apart…go all the way

19. Tennessee (4-6) – 4 in a row.

18. Miami (5-5) – I don’t think any team makes the most out of limited talent like they do.

17. Houston (5-5) – Blew an opportunity to stay in the race

16. Atlanta (5-5) – Injuries are starting to unravel this team

15. Jacksonville (6-4) – Looking better. May be a spoiler team down the stretch

14. Green Bay (6-4) – Injuries are going to catch up to them



All those teams should be ahead of the Broncos. We wouldnt beat a single one of them right now



Probably not, but i can only use speculation so much when doing these things. With that rationale, i should have Oakland higher than Philly and Cincy and KC higher than Pittsburgh.

Not gonna happen.

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