“The Reality Check” Week 6 NFL Power Rankings

October 09, 2013 | Glenn Clark

“The Reality Check” Week 6 NFL Power Rankings

Ryan Chell’s Rankings…

32. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-5; LW-32)

Justin Blackmon returning could help them win a game.

31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-5; LW-31)

Now who will Greg Schiano dump on next?

30. Pittsburgh Steelers (0-4; LW-30)

We’ll see if Le’Veon Bell helps them. My guess is they have way too many other problems.

29. Minnesota Vikings (1-3; LW-28)

Now they have three mediocre QBs.

28. St. Louis Rams (1-4; LW-26)

Zac Stacy is a fantasy add. That’s all I got.

27. New York Giants (0-5, LW-25)

My guess is more players are going to be making fun of Victor Cruz…

26. Carolina Panthers (1-3; LW-23)

Ron Rivera’s coaching clock is winding down.

25. Washington Redskins (1-3; LW-27)

Let’s hope Mike Shanahan spent the bye week rubbing RGIII’s knee.

24. Oakland Raiders (2-3; LW-29)

They want to play every game at midnight.

23. Philadelphia Eagles (2-3; LW-22)

As soon as Michael Vick gets hurt, Matt Barkley’s shoulder suddenly gets better.

22. Buffalo Bills (2-3; LW-21)

If they really cared about keeping things afloat while Manuel was out, they would have got Josh Freeman.

21. Atlanta Falcons (1-4; LW-16)

Falcons, meet fork. Fork…Falcons.

20. Cleveland Browns (3-2; LW-17)

Should they try again with their winning formula of trading away players and winning three games in a row?

19. San Diego Chargers (2-3; LW-18)

And things were going so well…

18. Dallas Cowboys (2-3; LW-15)

Next time, Tony Romo should start out the game with the INT. Then throw the 500+ yards and five TDs.

17. New York Jets (3-2; LW-20)

Jets are 3-2. Aliens.

16. Arizona Cardinals (3-2; LW-24)

Same old story. Great defense. Terrible QB. No running game.

15. Tennessee Titans (3-2; LW-14)

Ryan Fitzpatrick forgot he was Ryan Fitzpatrick for some of that game against the Chiefs.

14. Cincinnati Bengals (3-2; LW-19)

I use the George Costanza, “Who are you Bengals?”, line here…

13. Miami Dolphins (3-2; LW-9)

Took a page out of the Ravens’ book Sunday and said, “What’s a running game?”

12. Houston Texans (2-3; LW-7)

An angry fan reportedly went on Matt Schaub’s property. When he threw him off his land, he was intercepted and returned for a touchdown.

11. Chicago Bears (3-2; LW-6)

They better not lose to the Giants.

10. Detroit Lions (3-2; LW-12)

Missed Calvin Johnson last week. As all teams would.

9. Baltimore Ravens (3-2; LW-13)

When does Billy Bajema come back?

8. Green Bay Packers (2-2; LW-10)

Who’s better for them? Jonathan Franklin or Eddie Lacy?

7. San Francisco 49ers (3-2; LW-11)

Colin Kaepernick continues to be a concern…

6. New England Patriots (4-1, LW-4)

Should get back on track with Gronkowski in the fold…

5. Seattle Seahawks (4-1; LW-2)

Had to lose at some point…

4. Indianapolis Colts (4-1; LW-8)

Don’t piss off T.Y. Hilton.

3. Kansas City Chiefs (5-0; LW-5)

Titans had them on the ropes, but they might be the first team to beat Denver…

2. New Orleans Saints (5-0; LW-3)

Played three of their four games at home…

1. Denver Broncos (5-0; LW-1)

The first-ever “Mercy Rule” might show up in an NFL game Sunday…

Flexing my mic muscles since 1983…

-G

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