“The Reality Check” Week 10 NFL Power Rankings

November 06, 2013 | Glenn Clark

“The Reality Check” Week 10 NFL Power Rankings

Ryan Chell’s Rankings…

32. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-8; LW-32)

Back to your regularly scheduled program of suck…

31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-9; LW-31)

Seattle might have had to abdicate the season if they lost to these clowns…

30. Minnesota Vikings (1-7; LW-30)

Maybe they’ll sign Matt Flynn and further complicate their QB issue…

29. Atlanta Falcons (2-6; LW-26)

I’m done defending them. They stink…

28. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-6; LW-25)

Let’s see if they involve Jericho Cotchery in their offense…

27. Oakland Raiders (3-5; LW-20)

If they give up six TDs in their next game, they’re improving!

26. St. Louis Rams (3-6; LW-28)

It’s a shame because with a QB and an impact WR, this team would be GREAT.

25. Buffalo Bills (3-6; LW-23)

EJ Manuel coming back helps, but it might be too late…

24. Philadelphia Eagles (4-5; LW-29)

Before we go all-in on Nick Foles, let’s remind ourselves it was against the Raiders…

23. New York Giants (2-6, LW-22)

The most competitive 2-win team in the league…

22. Houston Texans (2-6; LW-18)

Case Keenum’s a QB. Or he’s learned that it’s great to throw EVERYTHING at Andre Johnson…

21. Washington Redskins (3-5; LW-25)

RGIII needs to continue to learn to slide…

20. Miami Dolphins (4-4; LW-19)

The worst part

19. Baltimore Ravens (3-5; LW-16)

Good news for Ravens fans as Dennis Pitta is close to a return to practice…

18. Cleveland Browns (4-5; LW-24)

Is Jason Campbell actually a QB?

17. Tennessee Titans (4-4; LW-18)

In great position with a lot of players heating up…

16. Arizona Cardinals (4-4; LW-21)

Would be wise to give Andre Ellington the job…

15. New York Jets (5-4; LW-17)

How are THEY in this?

14. San Diego Chargers (4-4; LW-11)

A win this weekend against the Broncos would be huge…

13. Green Bay Packers (5-3; LW-7)

Eddie Lacy makes this team a much more dangerous one…

12. Dallas Cowboys (5-4; LW-13)

Should have just put all 11 guys on Calvin Johnson the final drive of the game. He probably would have still caught the ball though…

11. Carolina Panthers (5-3; LW-15)

If they get their running game going, they could be unstoppable…

10. Chicago Bears (5-3; LW-12)

Licking their chops in the NFC North race as well; Jay Cutler better man up in a great opportunity to do so…

9. Detroit Lions (5-3; LW-10)

Easily the best team to benefit from Aaron Rodgers’ injury…

8.  Cincinnati Bengals (6-3; LW-8)

Motivated to get back at it in the AFC North against the Ravens…

7. New England Patriots (7-2, LW-9)

They’re hitting the bye week at the perfect time…

6. New Orleans Saints (6-2; LW-4)

A team that showed Sunday versus the Jets that their offense is conducive to indoor football…

5. San Francisco 49ers (6-2; LW-6)

Big game this week against the Panthers in a wild-card battle…

4. Indianapolis Colts (6-2; LW-5)

Their offense is vulnerable without Reggie Wayne, but remember, Andrew Luck is their QB…

3. Seattle Seahawks (8-1; LW-3)

Stubbed their toes against Tampa Bay, and their offense could be a little bit of a concern…

2. Denver Broncos (7-1; LW-2)

Let’s see how the loss of John Fox affects this team…

1. Kansas City Chiefs (9-0; LW-1)

Still circling the dates with the Broncos…

Flexing my mic muscles since 1983…

-G

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