The Reality Check Week 8 NFL Power Rankings

October 24, 2012 | Glenn Clark

The Reality Check Week 8 NFL Power Rankings

Glenn Clark’s Rankings…

32. Kansas City Chiefs (32)

Yuck.

31. Jacksonville Jaguars (31)

Yuck again.

30. Cleveland Browns (30)

You can almost assume their game against the Ravens next week is going to be close somehow.

29. Carolina Panthers (29)

Maybe we should have seen this coming.

28. Oakland Raiders (28)

Beat a bad team. Barely. At home. After the bad team’s players got hurt.

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (26)

I’m all for them staying in creamsicle though.

26. Indianapolis Colts (27)

No one would remember they’re 3-3.

25. Buffalo Bills (22)

Shawne Merriman is back! Shawne Merriman isn’t any good!

24. St. Louis Rams (23)

Lots of teams lose to the Packers.

23. Tennessee Titans (25)

Well if Chris Johnson is going to run like that…

22. San Diego Chargers (17)

Haven’t beaten anyone good, try to cheat.

21. Detroit Lions (16)

Maybe no one told them they still had Calvin Johnson this season.

20. Cincinnati Bengals (18)

Always doing very Cincinnati Bengals-y things.

19. New York Jets (20)

I give them a slight nod for keeping things close in Foxborough, but I still don’t think they’re very good.

18. Miami Dolphins (21)

Surprise, surprise.

17. New Orleans Saints (24)

I’m PROBABLY giving them too much credit, but they have Drew Brees.

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  1. PghSteve Says:

    Note to Mr. Chell; the Steelers are 3-3, not 3-4. And the Ravens rated 5th, really? After the last 3 weeks, you really think the Ravens are the 5th best team in the league right now? Higher than the Vikings and the Bears? Can anyone say ‘homer?’

  2. Ryan Chell Says:

    Thanks PGHSteve…messed up on that one. Fixed it, and thanks for the catch. Reason they’re higher than those two teams is cause I’m just not sold on either team as of yet. Vikings have a 2nd-year QB and the Bears have Jay Cutler as their QB. Ravens got their asses beat by the best team in the AFC but still finished strong through a tough stretch of games to start the season…

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