The Reality Check Week 7 NFL Power Rankings

October 17, 2012 | Glenn Clark

The Reality Check Week 7 NFL Power Rankings

Ryan Chell’s Rankings…

 

32. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-4); LW-31

They probably had a hard time beating “Bye” this week…

31. Oakland Raiders (1-4); LW-30

They did have the Falcons on the ropes…

30. Kansas City Chiefs (1-5); LW-28

They don’t want to give the ball to their best player in Jamaal Charles.

29. Cleveland Browns (1-5); LW-32

Their first win and new ownership. What a week!

28. Carolina Panthers (1-4); LW-26

A lot of people had high hopes for this team..

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-3); LW-27

Are they going to give the carries back to Blount?

26. Tennessee Titans (2-4); LW-29

Thank you for beating Pittsburgh.

25. St. Louis Rams (3-3); LW-25

Chris Givens looks like he could keep things afloat until Amendola comes back from injury.

24. Indianapolis Colts (2-3); LW-23

Who would have thought Donald Brown going down would hurt this team?

23. Miami Dolphins (3-3); LW-24

Good for them…

22. Buffalo Bills (3-3); LW-22

The AFC East might be becoming the NFC West…

21. New Orleans Saints (1-4); LW-21

They just need to sure up their defense in some way…

20. Detroit Lions (2-3); LW-16

Keep throwing the ball to Megatron!

19. Dallas Cowboys (2-3); LW-16

They’ve scored the least amount of points in the NFC East…

18. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-4); LW-11

I hope they’re dead and gone…

17. Washington Redskins (3-3); LW-20

It’s amazing what happens when you have a quarterback…

16. New York Jets (3-3); LW-19

Shonn Greene will fall back down to Earth. Book it.

15. San Diego Chargers (3-3); LW-14

Norv Turner’s rear end is burning…

14. Cincinnati Bengals (3-3); LW-12

Losing to Cleveland doesn’t help your AFC North title hopes there Marvin…

13. Seattle Seahawks (4-2); LW-18

They are 4-2, but I don’t see it lasting.

12. Denver Broncos (3-3); LW-15

Taking full advantage of the Chargers’ choke job.

11. Philadelphia Eagles (3-3); LW-7

So…they have issues turning the ball over on offense, so they fire their defensive coordinator?

10. Minnesota Vikings (4-2); LW-10

Can they keep up the pace?

9. Arizona Cardinals (4-2); LW-6

Remember when this team used to be good?

8. Green Bay Packers (3-3); LW-13

Ask the Texans if they think the Packers are back…

7. Chicago Bears (4-1); LW-9

Just keep handing the ball to Matt Forte and winning with defense.

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

The Patriots stubbed their toes just like any other team that visits Seattle.

5. San Francisco 49ers (4-2); LW-3

The Giants whooped them again.

4. New York Giants (4-2); LW-8

This team’s even better with Victor Cruz supposedly healthy.

3. Baltimore Ravens (5-1); LW-4

Injuries aside, you can see the identity of this team shifting to the offensive side of the ball.

2. Houston Texans (5-1); LW-1

As a Ravens fan, I’m hoping they’re still licking their wounds from the Packers beating on Sunday.

1. Atlanta Falcons (6-0); LW-2

They won despite Matt Ryan not having the best day.

Flexing my mic muscles since 1983…

-G

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