Nfl Power Rankings

October 12, 2011 by staff 

Nfl Power RankingsNfl Power Rankings, After five weeks of football frenzy, Green Bay is at the top, but Andy and Ryan try to figure out the rest out.

NFL Power Rankings Week Six

. 32) Indianapolis Colts (0-5): Is it too soon to start thinking about next year’s draft? -AD

. 31) Miami Dolphins (0-4): No hope in Miami. The bye week may be the biggest “win” for the dolphins throughout the year. -RT

. 30) Jacksonville Jaguars (1-4): Jacksonville did not deserve a win on his record. They are so terrible. -AD

. 29) Arizona Cardinals (1-4): You know it’s bad when it is in third place in the NFC West. -AD

. 28) Denver Broncos (1-4): Tebow IS TIME! -RT

. 27) Minnesota Vikings (1-4): Minnesota is realizing that if they win, they have to give thirty plays Adrian Peterson a game. -RT

. 26) Kansas City Chiefs (2-3): The Chiefs are finally starting to win games, and are now in a bye week. Mounting. -AD

. 25) Seattle Seahawks (2-3): big win for them against the Giants, and Tarvaris Jackson gets another week to recover from his injury. -AD

. 24) St. Louis Rams (0-4): The Rams are coming off a bye week, but unfortunately for them have to face the Green Bay Packers. Can you say 0-5? -RT

. 23) Chicago Bears (2-3): Unless the Bears change divisions at midseason, will be abroad in search of the year. -RT

22) Carolina Panthers (1-4):. After the defeat last week’s Cam Newton said: “There’s a reason we keep losing and I want to know why.”. You play for the Panthers, man. -AD

. 21) Philadelphia Eagles (1-4): It may take a bit of confidence this week if they beat the first team in the NFC East, the Washington Redskins. Something like that could refer to the Eagles as the ‘Dream Team’, if you really won games. -AD

. 20) Cleveland Browns (2-2): Peyton Hillis’s contract is all the talk in Cleveland. If you are not going to come back next year, you better start winning quickly. -RT

19) Cincinnati Bengals (3-2):. The Bengals have a better record of the Colts, Falcons, Jets, and Eagles. Just as we thought it would, right? -AD

18) Tennessee Titans (3-2):. Tennessee has one of the “best in the NFL offices,” but it ranked dead last in rushing. Despite all that, still manage to be tied for first place in the AFC South. -AD

. 17) Dallas Cowboys (2-2): Coming off a bye week, the Cowboys will come out firing against New England. However, with Brady on the other side and Romo at quarterback, I have the feeling of another crisis in the fourth quarter. -RT

. 16) New York Jets (2-3): The Jets are proud of two things: talk trash and defense. Neither of those two were in New England and now travel to Miami in a game they must win. -RT

. 15) Atlanta Falcons (2-3): Your attack and defense has been inconsistent in the first five games and his record shows it. I still think they will get over the hump and compete for the Super Bowl. -RT

. 14) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-2): The Bucs have not beaten a team with a winning record yet. This is starting to sound a lot like last year. -AD

. 13) New York Giants (3-2): Once again, inconsistency is the problem for the G-MEN. There is no reason to be losing to the Seahawks all, not to launch a selection of six to finish the game. -AD

. 12) Washington Redskins (3-1): The NFC East is at stake, and Rex Grossman is leading the chariot of the Redskins. Will this team reach the top or run off the cliff? -RT

11) Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2):. After looking sloppy in their last two games, the road is promising for the Steelers faced the Jaguars and Cardinals. -AD

10) San Francisco 49ers (4-1):. Once a bust, Alex Smith is becoming a reliable quarterback under the tutelage of Jim Harbaugh. A win against Detroit Smith shares rise, as well as possible this year to 49. -RT

. 9) Buffalo Bills (4-1): The Bills are ranked fourth in the league in rushing. Just let that sink and back to me next week after the Giants game. -AD

. 8) Oakland Raiders (3-2): Al Davis was an iconic figure, and the Raiders are running their number one request, “Just win, baby”. -RT

7) San Diego Chargers (4-1):. The Chargers escaped the wrath of Tebow, but not before its backfield has hits. The bye week allowed to return to full capacity. -RT

6) Houston Texans (3-2):. Losing Mario Williams is not the best news for Texans who are preparing to take the explosive Baltimore Ravens. -AD

5) Detroit Lions (5-0):. Lions are Boise State Broncos in the NFL. They are having a stellar season, but seriously, who have defeated? -RT

. 4) Baltimore Ravens (3-1): The calendar of events for the Ravens is a total joke. I see them going 11-5 with ease this season. -AD

. 3) New England Patriots (4-1): First in yards passing, sixth in rushing yards per game, and at least 30 points in every game this year. Can anyone stop this offense? -RT

2) New Orleans Saints (4-1):. With all the talk about the Packers, Lions and Eagles, the Saints have always been there for a game each week. So the media, where is the love? -RT

1.) Green Bay Packers (5-0): The Rams and Vikings stand between Green Bay and an 7-0 start. Too easy for the defending champions! -AD

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