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Gtek06


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 8:12 pm    Post subject: Gtek06 Weekly power rankings Week 5 Reply with quote

32.Cleveland Browns 0-4 (32)
31.Jacksonville Jaguars 1-3 (29)
30.Oakland Raiders 1-3 (28)
29.Miami Dolphins 1-3 (31)
28.Indianapolis Colts 1-2 (27)
27.New Orleans Saints 0-4 (30)
26.Kansas City Chiefs 1-3 (23)
25.Tennesse Titans 1-3 (24)
24.New York Jets 2-2 (16)
23.Carolina Panthers 1-3 (25)
22.Tampa Bay Bucs 1-3 (21)
21.Detroit Lions 1-3 (17)
20.Seattle Seahawks 2-2 (20)
19.Washington Redskins 2-2 (22)
18.Buffalo Bills 2-2 (18)
17.St.Louis Rams 2-2 (26)
16.Pittsburgh Steelers 1-2 (15)
15.Dallas Cowboys 2-2 (11)
14.Minnessotta Vikings 3-1 (19)
13.Denver Broncos 2-2 (14)
12.San Diego Chargers 3-1 (13)
11.New York Giants 2-2 (5)
10.Cincinatti Bengals 3-1 (12)
9.Green Bay Packers 2-2 (9)
8.New England Patriots 2-2 (8)
7.Philedelphia Eagles 3-1 (10)
6.Chicago Bears 3-1 (6)
5.Arizona Cardinals 4-0 (7)
4.San Francisco 49ers 3-1 (4)
3.Baltimore Ravens 3-1 (3)
2.Atlanta Falcons 4-0 (2)
1.Houston Texans 4-0 (1)

Biggest Winners and Losers of Week 4

Winner-

Minnesota Vikings & Christian Ponder- The Vikings are playing great and showed this week that the win over the 49ers wasn't just a fluke. Christian Ponder is stepping up and is a key role in the Vikings success.

Loser-

[Tony Romo- 5 INTs COM ON MAN! Everytime the stage is set for the 'boys' they flop and again the flop against the bears, with no help from QB Tony Romo.

Division Standings-(bold currently in playoffs)

AFC-

East-1.Patriots 2.Jets 3.Bills 4.Dolphins
North-1.Ravens 2.Bengals 3.Steelers 4.Browns
West-1.Chargers 2.Broncos 3.Cheifs 4.Raiders
South-1.Texans 2.Colts 3.Titans 4.Jaguars

NFC-

East-1.Eagles 2.Giants 3.Cowboys 4.Redskins
North-1.Vikings 2.Bears 3.Packers 4.Lions
West-1.Cardinals 2.49ers 3.Rams 4.Seahawks
South-1.Falcons 2.Bucs 3.Panthers 4.Saints
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 8:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Solid ranking for the Vikes, 14 is about right. Though the Vikes offense was stale and Ponder was ineffective last week. It was all on the defense, run game and special teams.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 8:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would flip the Ravens and Cardinals.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 8:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Are those standings supposed to be indicative of the teams' current records? If so, the Jets are first in the AFC East. It's obviously not going to last.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 8:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jags are coming for that 32nd spot
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 7:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Surprisingly if Minnesota only won 1 more game this year, we'd kill everyone's projected record of 3-13 for the 2012 season. Laughing

Go Vikings!
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 10:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bad meets Evil wrote:
Jags are coming for that 32nd spot


Not if the Titans have anything to say about it
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 11:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

green24 wrote:
Are those standings supposed to be indicative of the teams' current records? If so, the Jets are first in the AFC East. It's obviously not going to last.


That's what I thought but when you go to NFL.com standings they have NE in first. I thought division record is 1st tie breaker? Oh well by Tuesday morning that will all change. Don't take that from us.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 11:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

SteelKing728 wrote:
Surprisingly if Minnesota only won 1 more game this year, we'd kill everyone's projected record of 3-13 for the 2012 season. Laughing

Go Vikings!


I said they would have 4 but would play teams much harder than the record indicated. I thought I was being generous but I guess not. Good for them.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I was gonna say I understand that you'd put Cleveland last since they're winless. But then you put the Saints 27th. Cleveland has had a chance to win every game they've played. They lost by one to the Eagles (and should have won that game), by seven to Cincinnati & Baltimore and by ten points to Buffalo. The last three losses have been without their best defensive player, which might be the biggest reason why they lost to the Bengals and the Ravens since they gave up numerous big plays through the air.

If someone had seen the Browns in every game this season, they'd know their not the worst team in the league. They've had a chance to win every game and were close to doing so while playing very good teams. I'd say they're better than Jacksonville, Oakland, Kansas City and maybe even Tennessee and Indianapolis. While Oakland, KC and Tennessee have each won a game, they've also been blown out in 2-3 games each.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 2:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DawgX wrote:
I was gonna say I understand that you'd put Cleveland last since they're winless. But then you put the Saints 27th. Cleveland has had a chance to win every game they've played. They lost by one to the Eagles (and should have won that game), by seven to Cincinnati & Baltimore and by ten points to Buffalo. The last three losses have been without their best defensive player, which might be the biggest reason why they lost to the Bengals and the Ravens since they gave up numerous big plays through the air.

If someone had seen the Browns in every game this season, they'd know their not the worst team in the league. They've had a chance to win every game and were close to doing so while playing very good teams. I'd say they're better than Jacksonville, Oakland, Kansas City and maybe even Tennessee and Indianapolis. While Oakland, KC and Tennessee have each won a game, they've also been blown out in 2-3 games each.


I think the Browns are being underrated this season b/c of their record and.... well it's the Browns Smile

But seriously, they've been in every game they've played and if Weeden got some help, they'd have a couple wins. Those WRs are dropping WAY too many balls. They do have some talent though and they're VERY young. I could see this team developing as the season progresses and should be able to win a couple that they weren't supposed to. I don't think they're the worst team in the league.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 2:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Flip Broncos Chargers, if only because of how they both played their two common opponents, Oakland and Atlanta.

Chargers barely beat Oakland because of a backup long snapper, and got blown out by the Falcons.

The Broncos blew out the Raiders and lost by one score to the Falcons.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 3:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pretty good rankings....

For giggles I'll post mine..

1. Houston (4-0)
2. Atlanta (4-0)
3. San Francisco (3-1)
4. Arizona (4-0)
5. Philadelphia (3-1)
6. Baltimore (3-1)
7. Chicago (3-1)
8. New England (2-2)
9. Green Bay (2-2)
10. San Diego (3-1)
11. NY Giants (2-2)
12. Minnesota (3-1)
13. Cincinnati (3-1)
14. Denver (2-2)
15. Pittsburgh (1-2)
16. St. Louis (2-2)
17. Seattle (2-2)
18. Dallas (2-2)
19. Buffalo (2-2)
20. Detroit (1-3)
21. Washington (2-2)
22. Miami (1-3)
23. Tampa Bay (1-3)
24. Indianapolis (1-3)
25. Carolina (1-3)
26. Oakland (1-3)
27. Kansas City (1-3)
28. New Orleans (0-4)
29. NY Jets (2-2)
30. Cleveland (0-4)
31. Tennessee (1-3)
32. Jacksonville (1-3)
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Gotta say i really don't understand the logic of the bears over eagles.. Or the Ravens considering we beat them but at least i consider the ravens a fairly equally talented team
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phieagles012 wrote:
Gotta say i really don't understand the logic of the bears over eagles.. Or the Ravens considering we beat them but at least i consider the ravens a fairly equally talented team


I'm pretty sure it's because there's a lot of people that considered the Eagles lucky to have 3 wins up to this point.
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