The Reality Check Week 10 NFL Power Rankings

November 07, 2012 | Glenn Clark

Ryan Chell’s Rankings…

32. Kansas City Chiefs (1-7); LW-31

They cut Stanford Routt after signing him this past off-season.

31. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-7); LW-32

I’ve got nothing.

30. Cleveland Browns (2-7); LW-29

Pat Shurmur’s time is coming…

29. Carolina Panthers (2-6); LW-30

What a memorable game they had against the Redskins! (giggles)

28. Oakland Raiders (3-5); LW-28

Darren McFadden and Mike Goodson both might be out for Sunday-and they have to travel across the country. Good luck.

27. St. Louis Rams (3-5); LW-27

They could win games if Danny Amendola comes back healthy.

26. Tennessee Titans (3-6); LW-24

They played like a college team against the Bears on Sunday. And they got beat like one.

25. Buffalo Bills (3-5); LW-23

Only the Titans have given up more points.

24. New York Jets (3-5); LW-22

Rex Ryan is overrated. So is his team.

23. Washington Redskins (3-6); LW-21

They are hit or miss.

22. Cincinnati Bengals (3-5); LW-18

They are running out of time in the AFC North race.

21. Dallas Cowboys (3-5); LW-17

Can they hire Sean Payton now?

20. Arizona Cardinals (4-5); LW-15

Were they ever any good?

19. San Diego Chargers (4-4); LW-20

They always have a chance.

18. Detroit Lions (4-4); LW-25

Always good to pick up a win over the Jaguars when you’re struggling.

17. Philadelphia Eagles (3-5); LW-16

The Eagles offensive line might be the worst in the league.

16. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-4); LW-25

What a two weeks for Tampa Bay.

15. New Orleans Saints (3-5); LW-18

Can a good second half save this team?

14. Miami Dolphins (4-4); LW-12

Put forth a good effort against Indianapolis.

13. Indianapolis Colts (5-3); LW-14

They’ve got emotion on their side with Chuck Pagano.

12. Minnesota Vikings (5-4); LW-11

A rough couple of weeks.

11. Seattle Seahawks (5-4); LW-13

Best homefield advantage in football. Will continue to drive that home.

10. Denver Broncos (5-3); LW-9

Peyton Manning nearly cost them the game against the Bengals, but was reminded that he’s Peyton Manning.

9. Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3); LW-10

I’m worried.

8. New England Patriots (5-3); LW-8

They’re back!

7. Baltimore Ravens (6-2); LW-6

The Ravens might be the most criticized 6-win team in the league.

6. Green Bay Packers (6-3); LW-7

They’re clicking again.

5. San Francisco 49ers (6-2); LW-5

Seattle wont go away. The 49ers will have to do that.

4. New York Giants (6-3); LW-4

Weird circumstances this past week with the Hurricane.

3. Chicago Bears (7-1); LW-5

Charles Tillman may miss Sunday’s game against Houston for the birth of his child.

2. Houston Texans (7-1); LW-2

Big game against Chicago on Sunday.

1. Atlanta Falcons (8-0); LW-1

When are they going to lose?

Flexing my mic muscles since 1983…



2 Comments For This Post

  1. PghSteve Says:

    “The Ravens might be the most criticized 6-win team in the league.” There are only two 6-2 teams in the league, and the ‘Niners have the second ranked defense, have allowed the fewest points, have the fewest penalty yards on defense, and the top ranked running game, there is not much to criticize about them.

  2. GlenW Says:

    If the Ravens aren’t the most criticized 6 win team, they are surely the worst. Don’t be surprised if they finish 8-8. Unless they figure out how to run the ball more, forget it.

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