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Finnegans Wake
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« on: Sep 18, 2009 at 15:24 »

Week 2 Power Rankings

The new calculated rankings will take a few weeks to simmer down.  Teams like the Titans and Steelers, with actual defenses, come up lacking, while teams like the Saints come up ranked higher?  I estimate that by week 4 or so, strength of schedule and other factors will even this out a bit.  

Until then, you have my subjective rankings, with the rankings from before the season in parentheses.

1.   Pittsburgh Steelers, 1-0 (1)<Stillers.com site <2.   New York Giants, 1-0 (2)<3.   Baltimore Ravens, 1-0 (3)<4.   Tennessee Titans, 0-1 (6)<5.   Green Bay Packers, 1-0 (5)<6.   Philadelphia Eagles, 1-0 (4)<7.   Minnesota Vikings, 1-0 (7)<8.   Indianapolis Colts, 1-0 (12)<
9.   NY Jets, 1-0 (17)<10.   New Orleans Saints, 1-0 (11)<11.   Chicago Bears, 0-1 (9)<12.   New England Patriots, 1-0 (10)<13.   San Diego Chargers, 1-0 (Cool<14.   Atlanta Falcons, 1-0 (16)<15.   Dallas Cowboys, 1-0 (23)
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« Reply #1 on: Sep 18, 2009 at 15:24 »

16.    Buffalo Bills, 0-1 (24)<17.   Seattle Seahawks, 1-0 (19)<18.   Washington Redskins, 0-1 (18)<19.   Oakland Raiders, 0-1 (25)<20.   San Francisco 49ers, 1-0 (22)<21. Arizona Cardinals, 0-1 (18)<22.   Jacksonville Jaguars, 0-1 (20)<23.   Cincinnati Bengals, 0-1 (13)<24.   Houston Texans, 0-1 (15)<25.   Kansas City Chiefs, 0-1 (28)<26.   Denver Broncos, 1-0 (32)<27.   Carolina Panthers, 0-1 (14)<28.   Miami Dolphins, 0-1 (21)<29.   Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 0-1 (29)<30.   Detroit Lions, 0-1 (26)<31.   Cleveland Browns, 0-1 (31)<32.   St. Louis Rams, 0-1 (27)

Someone tell the Rams the season has begun.
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« Reply #2 on: Sep 18, 2009 at 16:30 »

Great point about Van Pelt, I was thinking the same exact thing watching that game. If Arians would realize that 2+2 doesn't equal 6, he could be running some variation of that offense. All things considered, Ben >>>>>>>>>> Edwards, Moore seems about Jackson's equal, our receivers walk all over theirs, TO or no TO. Heath is better than whoever they employ, etc. They probably got us on the O-line, but so does Bayside High. Point is, pull your head out of your ass and run an offense that suits the players on your roster.

There is all this talk among the Steeler coaches and even Ben that they can't run the no huddle the whole time, like they are saving it for fucking Christmas or something. Hogwash, I say. The Bills didn't seem to have any trouble running it (until that clusterfuck at the end) and there is much more talent on the Steelers offense. Run the no-huddle early, or every other series, or whatever. Get a lead and then go to the predictable running game if you want to try to run out the clock.


I like you rankings too, although I would flip Philly and Green Bay and would rank the Pattys over the Jets and NO.
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