“The Reality Check” Week 9 NFL Power Rankings

October 30, 2013 | Glenn Clark

“The Reality Check” Week 9 NFL Power Rankings

16. New York Jets (12)

I mean…could Rex Ryan really NOT get fired?

15. Chicago Bears (15)

Plus perhaps less Josh McCown than we originally thought.

14. Baltimore Ravens (14)

A whole bye week with no stripper/vodka bottle stories.

13. Carolina Panthers (18)

Wait. (Michael Bluth voice) Them?

12. Dallas Cowboys (11)

First place in moral victories.

11. Detroit Lions (13)

Matt Stafford. Straight ballin’.

10. San Diego Chargers (10)

Coming across the country to play at 10am Pacific Time.

9. New England Patriots (9)

It’s like at halftime they suddenly remembered they had Tom Brady.

8. Green Bay Packers (8)

All of that run offense AND Aaron Rodgers.

7. Cincinnati Bengals (7)

Marvin Jones isn’t available in your league. I already checked.

6. San Francisco 49ers (6)

At least London got to see ONE actual NFL team.

5. New Orleans Saints (5)

Why do I feel like a trip to New York could be trickier than it should be?

4. Denver Broncos (4)

Peyton Manning is better when he throws the ball to his team. A lot.

3. Indianapolis Colts (3)

If only Trent Richardson was any good.

2. Kansas City Chiefs (2)

Still don’t think they’re a Super Bowl contender. If I was a wretched person, I’d say #sorrynotsorry.

1. Seattle Seahawks (1)

Did you REALLY ever think the Seahawks were finding paydirt?

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  1. Kolo Jezdec Says:

    Steelers at number 23? Really? I bleed Black and Gold, wear a Jack Lambert jersey for every Steelers Sunday, believe that Noll, Bradhsaw, Lambert, Greene, and Harris should be on Mt. Rushmore, and even I would not put the Steelers that high.

    It is a crazy year in the NFL when Houston, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, and the NY Giants are all in the bottom 10 of most peoples’ Power Rankings. Why, if this upheaval in sports keeps up, the Pirates and the Orioles will be playing game 6 of the 2014 World Series at this time next year…

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