“The Reality Check” Week 8 NFL Power Rankings

October 23, 2013 | Glenn Clark

“The Reality Check” Week 8 NFL Power Rankings

Ryan Chell’s Rankings…

32. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-7; LW-32)

They’ve lost EVERY game by double-digits.

31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-7; LW-31)

Maybe now that Greg Schiano threw Dexter Jackson out of practice, they’ll win a game.

30. Minnesota Vikings (1-5; LW-29)

Even an unbiased Mike Tirico thinks they’re horrible…

29. St. Louis Rams (3-4; LW-26)

Sam Bradford stinks, but he being out of the season is a loss…

28. New York Giants (1-6, LW-30)

Thank God Josh Freeman played them Monday night…

27. Cleveland Browns (3-4; LW-21)

Jason Campbell.

26. Washington Redskins (2-4; LW-27)

RGIII looks “back”, but I need to see more…

25. Buffalo Bills (3-4; LW-23)

Will see what happens when E.J. Manuel comes back…

24. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-4; LW-27)

Didn’t look good against the Ravens, but did enough to win…

23. Oakland Raiders (2-4; LW-24)

Ravens Nation are Raiders fans this week…

22. Carolina Panthers (3-3; LW-25)

Jonathan Stewart returns, and their defense has played a lot better as of late…

21. Arizona Cardinals (3-4; LW-20)

You never know in the NFC West…

20. Atlanta Falcons (2-4; LW-22)

Harry Douglas stepped right in very well…

19. Philadelphia Eagles (3-4; LW-19)

Back to Michael Vick…

18. Houston Texans (2-5; LW-13)

Brian Cushing’s injury piling on this team…

17. Tennessee Titans (3-4; LW-15)

Jake Locker did look good in his return, which is promising…

16. Miami Dolphins (3-3; LW-14)

Concerning with all those losses at home…

15. Baltimore Ravens (3-4; LW-12)

Bye comes at the perfect time…

14. New York Jets (4-3; LW-17)

Chris Ivory fits what they’re trying to do in their backfield…

13. Dallas Cowboys (4-3; LW-18)

Injuries stacking up. Terrance Williams has TDs in three straight games and is building a great rapport with Tony Romo…

12. Chicago Bears (4-3; LW-10)

Josh McCown played well late against the Redskins, but don’t expect that…

11. San Diego Chargers (4-3; LW-16)

Still a mystery to me as to what this team is…

10. Detroit Lions (4-3; LW-9)

Keep throwing to Calvin Johnson. You should win. Sunday was a rare exception.

9. Green Bay Packers (4-2; LW-8)

Injuries of this number to a receiving corp would kill most teams. But not ones with Aaron Rodgers.

8. Cincinnati Bengals (5-2; LW-11)

Andy Dalton is playing the way Bengals fans WANT him to play…

7. New England Patriots (5-2, LW-3)

I blame Rob Gronkowski for their loss Sunday, right?

6. San Francisco 49ers (5-2; LW-7)

Appear to be back on track…

5. Indianapolis Colts (5-2; LW-6)

Their losses against Miami and San Diego are holding them this “low” on this list…

4. New Orleans Saints (5-1; LW-4)

Hopefully the bye week healed Jimmy Graham?

3. Seattle Seahawks (6-1; LW-5)

An already good team gets Percy Harvin back soon?

2. Denver Broncos (6-1; LW-1)

Their defense lately has been concerning, but Champ Bailey returns this week…

1. Kansas City Chiefs (7-0; LW-2)

A very easy schedule to finish out the year minus the two games against the Broncos…

 

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