“The Reality Check” Week 16 NFL Power Rankings

December 18, 2013 | Glenn Clark

“The Reality Check” Week 16 NFL Power Rankings

Ryan Chell’s Rankings…

32. Houston Texans (2-12; LW-32)

No Case Keenum or Ben Tate Sunday…mailing it in…

31. Washington Redskins (3-11; LW-29)

Looking to build the Kirk Cousins resume for a draft pick…

30. Oakland Raiders (4-10; LW-28)

At least they held Jamaal Charles to under 30 yards RUSHING!

29. Minnesota Vikings (4-9-1; LW-31)

Who knows how the NFC North would have been affected if Matt Cassel had played the entire year?

28. Atlanta Falcons (4-10; LW-30)

Steven Jackson looks “back”…

27. Cleveland Browns (4-10; LW-26)

Had Jay Cutler for awhile…

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-10; LW-25)

Mike Glennon’s regressed a little in the second half of the season…

25. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-10; LW-24)

Hard to believe they were still not mathematically eliminated till Sunday’s loss…

24. Buffalo Bills (5-9; LW-27)

Back to the Thad Lewis era…

23. New York Jets (6-8; LW-23)

Six wins should be enough to save Rex Ryan’s job…

22. Tennessee Titans (5-9; LW-21)

Have pieces of a playoff team…

21. New York Giants (5-9, LW-19)

Eli just doesn’t care…

20. St. Louis Rams (6-8; LW-22)

I think could have been that surprise team if they had a QB…

19. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-8; LW-20)

Knew they were going to beat Cincinnati at home…

18. San Diego Chargers (7-7; LW-18)

Good season, but wont be enough to advance to the playoffs most likely.

17. Dallas Cowboys (7-7; LW-15)

Romo’d.

16. Detroit Lions (7-7; LW-13)

Matt Elam got in Calvin Johnson’s head?

15. Green Bay Packers (7-6-1; LW-17)

How much longer can they stall for Aaron Rodgers?

14. Chicago Bears (8-6; LW-16)

Jay Cutler ALMOST made their QB controversy really interesting…

13 Indianapolis Colts (9-5; LW-10)

When did Griff Whalen come back?

12.  Cincinnati Bengals (9-5); LW-9

If Bengals miss the playoffs, Marvin Lewis’ job could be in question…

11. Miami Dolphins (8-6; LW-14)

Ryan Tannehill’s a QB…

10. Baltimore Ravens (8-6; LW-11)

Just win, baby.

9. Philadelphia Eagles (8-6; LW-7)

The Vikings? Why?

8.Arizona Cardinals (9-5; LW-1-)

To get this far with Carson Palmer as your QB, push Bruce Arians out on the water…

7. San Francisco 49ers (10-4; LW-9)

Could very well be back in the Super Bowl…peaking at the right moment…

6. New England Patriots (10-4, LW-6)

Tom Brady’s going to be frustrated again Sunday in Baltimore…

5. Carolina Panthers (10-4; LW-4)

The loser of CAR-NO could find themselves OUT of the playoff race…

4. New Orleans Saints (10-4; LW-3)

Need home games in January…

3. Kansas City Chiefs (11-3; LW-6)

Hoping to play Oakland every week…

2. Denver Broncos (11-3; LW-2)

One of the first dominoes to fall…

1. Seattle Seahawks (12-2; LW-1)

How have they lost two games?

Flexing my mic muscles since 1983…

-G

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  1. Kolo Jezdec Says:

    Glenn, I think you move the Steelers up past the Lions. The Lions choked in the second half against Pittsburgh, and couldn’t take the pressure of a must win game against the Ravens.

    And if MArvin Lewis has hung on for 11 years of bad to mediocre records, why would this year do him in?

    (Edit from Glenn: But couldn’t we say the Steelers choked in back to back “must win” games? They looked good Sunday night, but they played quite loose-going for it on 4th down in the first half-knowing their season was essentially already over. But the Lions would probably be the team if I were to drop someone…)

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