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Wednesday, November 10, 2010
My NFL Power Rankings: Week 10
Big Ben is 3-1. They have reestablished themselves as the team to beat in the AFC, but not by much.
By far the best team in the NFC at the moment. No team has a defensive force like the Giants.
Look for resurgence in the pass defense in the second half with a fully recovered Darrelle Revis.
Ray Rice is looking like himself again, something that will get this offense flourishing in the second half.
They looked vulnerable against the Browns. They will have to play better to win in the East.
My preseason NFC favorite, the Packers look strong on both sides of the football again.
Defense isn’t giving up many yards. Offense is putting up points. That’s how teams win, right?
Peyton Manning can make mistakes, but you won’t see them as often as we did against the Eagles.
If he isn’t a distraction, Randy Moss can put up big numbers in this offense.
Put up big numbers this week, but still not looking like that Super Bowl winning team, yet.
Michael Vick is the recipe for success for the Eagles. They look like they may be able to contend with the Giants.
Showed us this week that they can win the big game. They are undefeated in their division.
Lost an important matchup with the Raiders, but hold onto first place with some easier matchups upcoming.
Definitely a better team than many perceived before the season, but they will not be making the playoffs if they can’t win division games.
The pass defense is going to lose many more games for this team.
Typical. Start cold, finish hot. The AFC West race is about to become very exciting.
This team is completely dependent on Jay Cutler. When he’s good, they will win. Too bad it’s hard to predict when he will be.
Their once great running game is missing this season. The wildcat isn’t fooling anybody anymore.
As good a choice as any to win the NFC West. They need that first road win first.
Charlie Whitehurst does not look like the answer for their future. They need Hasselbeck for a chance.
After their bye week, will Donovan McNabb have the energy to run a 2-minute offense?
Tough to compete in their division, but David Garrard has been playing well enough to keep them alive.
Another big win? Probably too late to make a playoff run, but they can play spoiler to many teams.
Brett Favre will never die. He put up the biggest passing game of his career…with broken bones in his leg and foot.
The Cards have more return touchdowns than passing touchdowns. Kurt Warner where are you?
T.O. is having one of the best seasons of his career, but he’ll soon get frustrated with all of the losses.
With Drew Stanton at the helm, don’t expect the impressive offensive numbers we saw in the first half.
Troy Smith could be the change this team needs to get its season going. In the NFC West, they still have a shot.
Knowshon Moreno needs to stay healthy and establish a running game for this team for them to win games.
Wade Phillips gone. Tony Romo out. This team has nothing to build on.
Now without Matt Moore and two hurt running backs, this team becomes good competition for worst record in the NFL with the Bills.
Ryan Fitzpatrick and Steve Johnson saving fantasy teams around the nation, but not their own.
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