The Reality Check Week 15 NFL Power Rankings

December 14, 2011 | Glenn Clark


Glenn Clark’s Rankings…

32. Indianapolis Colts (Last Week:  32)

The TV show “Napoleon Dynamite” might be better than the Colts.

31. St. Louis Rams (LW:  31)

We’re still certain Sam Bradford might be a good quarterback, right?

30. Minnesota Vikings (LW:  29)

I’d tell you I was interested in the Vikes’ Christian Ponder/Joe Webb conundrum, but I’d hate to have you consider me a liar.

29. Cleveland Browns (LW:  27)

Colt 45 > Colt McCoy with a concussion > Indianapolis Colts QB’s

28. Washington Redskins (LW:  28)

Thank God for that.

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LW:  23)


26. Kansas City Chiefs (LW:  21)

I feel like they have the talent to get a good coach, but Scott Pioli might be an issue.

25. Carolina Panthers (LW:  24)

Are they a year away? I can’t figure that out.

24. Jacksonville Jaguars (LW:  30)

Mike Zimmer jumps out to me here.

23. Miami Dolphins (LW:  19)

If they’re willing to spend the money, Jon Gruden would be the guy. I think.

22. Buffalo Bills (LW:  25)

I still think giving Ryan Fitzpatrick the extension was a good idea however.

21. Arizona Cardinals (LW:  22)

Huh? Huh.

20. Philadelphia Eagles (LW:  26)

But thank you Jeremy Maclin for ruining my Fantasy Football season.

19. Chicago Bears (LW:  17)

Brian Urlacher sounded like a jackass after the game Sunday.

18. Seattle Seahawks (LW:  18)

A quarterback might really be the only thing they really need.

17. Cincinnati Bengals (LW:  16)

They’re going to fall a bit short, but they’re really close.

1 Comments For This Post

  1. The "Armchair QB" Says:

    I’m waiting for a defensive coordinator to figure out that Tebow is less dangerous/effective if forced to stay in the pocket because he’s not very accurate. I understand from having watched running QBs over the years how difficult that can be, but it appears to be the best way to “contain” him…… Also, not necessarily in defense of James Harrison’s hit on McCoy, but the fact is that the QB was out of the pocket and running when he abruptly pulled up at the line of scrimmage to make his throw. By that time, Harrison already had him in his sights and, if I’m not mistaken, there is no “helmet-to-helmet” prohibition against runners. Unless, of course, QBs get different treatment. But when a QB leaves the pocket and is running, he has two choices, “slide” or get hit like any other runner!

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