NFL: Rankings after Week 6

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  1. mj4cy

    mj4cy Asst. Regional Manager
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    Here are this week's NFL power ratings ( ) = previous week's ranking

    1 (4) New Orleans (6-0) They can spread TD's to anyone and defense is much improved
    2 (1) Indianapolis (5-0) Manning can win with just about anyone at WR
    3 (5) Denver (6-0) Superbowl team? Not yet, but playoff team for sure.
    4 (2) Minnesota (6-0) Need to learn how to play 4 quarters.
    5 (11) New England (4-2) 59-0 in the snow....enough said.
    6 (7) Atlanta (4-1) Didin't look great, but still beat a solid Bears team
    7 (3) New York Giants (5-1) New Orleans knocked them down to size
    8 (10) Pittsburg (4-2)
    9 (8) Cincinnati (4-2)
    10 (15) Green Bay (3-2) Had their 2nd bye week - against Detroit
    11 (6) Philly (3-2) Anyone who loses to Oakland does not deserve to be a top 10 team.
    12 (9) Baltimore (3-3) Three feet away from beating the Vikes
    13 (14) San Francisco (3-2)
    14 (17) Dallas (3-2)
    15 (12) Chicago (3-2) Good effort against Atlanta, but not quite enough. Line is horrid.
    16 (18) Arizona (3-3) Warner hasn't missed a beat.
    17 (20) Houston (3-3)
    18 (21) Jacksonville (3-3) Look out - MJD is back.
    19 (13) New York Jets (3-3) Lost twice in 6 days....ouch
    20 (16) San Diego (2-3) Not going to catch Denver.
    21 (23) Miami (2-3) Wildcat is just fun to watch, but not enough power to win the division
    22 (19) Seattle (2-4) Line problems, injury problems, should I go on?
    23 (25) Carolina (2-4) Someone should tell these guys Steve Smith is on their team
    24 (29) Oakland (2-4) How in the hell do they beat Philly?
    25 (26) Kansas City (1-5) Have played people close and finally pulled one off.
    26 (30) Buffalo (2-4)
    27 (22) Washington (2-4) Worst 2-4 team ever.
    28 (28) Detroit (1-5)
    29 (27) Cleveland (1-5) Only 6 TDs in 6 games.
    30 (24) Tennessee (0-6) Looked like they didn't even want to be on the field on Sunday.
    31 (32) Saint Louis (0-6)
    32 (31) Tampa Bay (0-6)
     
  2. mj4cy

    mj4cy Asst. Regional Manager
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    biggest jumps were New England and Philly
     

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