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Week Eight power rankings

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Ryan throws a forward pass against the Philadelphia Eagles during the third quarter of their NFL football game in Philadelphia Reuters

[Editor’s note:  With eight weeks in the books and plenty of talk about midseason MVP, we decided it made sense to devote this weeks’ power rankings to the identification of each team’s MVP to date.  Also, while the addition of Curtis Crabtree has expanded the pool of voters to six, Josh Alper lives in New York and had no power when it was time to tabulate votes.]

1. Falcons (five first-place votes):  Matt Ryan, because he’s the straw that stirs the drink.

2. Giants:  Eli Manning, even though in the first three quarters of some games he could drive a fan to drink.

3. Texans:  J.J. Watt, because he makes quarterbacks feel like they’ve been drinking.

4. Bears:  Jay Cutler, because he’s got the Superfans saying “Da Bears” again before taking a drink.

5. 49ers:  Frank Gore, because without him the offense would sputter.

6. Packers:  Aaron Rodgers, because without him playing well the offense does.

7. Patriots:  Tom Brady, because he’s still Tom Brady.

8. Broncos:  Peyton Manning, because he’s Peyton Manning once again.

9. Ravens:  Ray Rice, because if they don’t use him they are ordinary.

10. Steelers:  Troy Polamalu, because without him they are ordinary.

11. Colts:  Andrew Luck, because he has been the best quarterback since the team’s last franchise quarterback.

12. Dolphins:  Ryan Tannehill, because he has been the best quarterback since the team’s last franchise quarterback.

13. Vikings:  Adrian Peterson, because he has overcome a torn ACL to become better than ever.

14. Seahawks:  Russell Wilson, because he has overcome a corps of receivers who can’t catch to lead the team to a .500 record.

15. Buccaneers:  Josh Freeman, because he’s making the 2009 quarterback class look much better.

16. Lions:  Matthew Stafford, even though he currently isn’t.

17. Redskins:  Robert Griffin III, because he’s the real deal for a team that has been dealt a bad hand for a long time.

18. Bengals:  A.J. Green, because he’s already one of the best receivers in the NFL.

19. Cardinals:  Darryl Washington, because he’s one of the most underrated linebackers in the league.

20. Rams:  Cortland Finnegan, because he’s one of the most underrated cornerbacks in the league.

21. Eagles:  LeSean McCoy, because they’d be a lot better if they’d use him more.

22. Saints:  Drew Brees, because they’d be a lot worse without him.

23. Cowboys:  Sean Lee, because we’ll see how bad they can be without him.

24. Chargers:  Philip Rivers, even though he’s not the guy he used to be.

25. Raiders:  Carson Palmer, even though he’s not the guy he used to be.

26. Jets:  Mark Sanchez, even though he’ll never be the guy the Jets need him to be.

27. Browns:  Trent Richardson, because he could be the best tailback the Browns have had since Jim Brown.

28. Titans:  Matthew Hasselbeck, because he has shown that he can still help a team win.

29. Bills:  C.J. Spiller, because he’s the best running back who doesn’t get enough attention.

30. Panthers:  Steve Smith, because without his energy this team would be blown out of every game.

31. Jaguars:  Blaine Gabbert, because even though the team has gotten worse he has gotten better.

32. Chiefs:  Jamaal Charles, because without his effort against the Saints this team would be winless.

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  1. Nevis says: Oct 30, 2012 1:36 PM

    Looking forward to the Bears and Niners game.

  2. steelernationfartsinyourfaceandwinschampionships says: Oct 30, 2012 1:37 PM

    Keep underestimating Pure Steel. Everyone is in for another reckoning. Steeler Nation will get #7 and walk off into the sunset. Back into your places you go.

  3. vickadelphia says: Oct 30, 2012 1:38 PM

    Gotta give shady the rock!

  4. victorycruz says: Oct 30, 2012 1:39 PM

    Sounds like you were in a rush to put this together… you used the word “drink” several time, and for the Pats and Broncos all you do is mention the qb’s names. Lol, well if you need more writers to help put some insight in your choices let me know. I can actually give legitimate reasons behind each team on the reason they are where they are. Just sayin :)

  5. victorycruz says: Oct 30, 2012 1:41 PM

    steelernationfartsinyourfaceandwinschampionships says:
    __________________

    Haha, you put some thought into your name, didn’t ya. hahaha. Btw, when you come into Metlife Stadium you’ll see a recent champion tear up that injured defense. Steelers 17 – Giants 35

  6. 4thquartermagic says: Oct 30, 2012 1:44 PM

    Not a Jets fan or hater but Mark Sanchez as teams MVP?

    Uhh how about Darrell Revis?

    Sanchize is in a tie with Mike Vick for MVP, Most Vulnerable Player. Since he could be benched at any minute.

  7. tom35mt says: Oct 30, 2012 1:44 PM

    Yes the cowboys will be terrible on defense without lee like they were against the giants last sunday

    Do you watch the games ?,

  8. teamgale88 says: Oct 30, 2012 1:45 PM

    “6. Packers: Aaron Rodgers, because without him playing well the offense does.”
    Does this make sense?

  9. oraclepz1 says: Oct 30, 2012 1:45 PM

    Wow what a miracle finally gave the phins some respect.. I guess dismantling the jets this week gave you no excuse to keep putting them above us..

    PS havent see realnflmaster anywhere lately .. Put him on the back of a milk carton..

  10. aaa82 says: Oct 30, 2012 1:46 PM

    14/15/16

    Lions have more drops (2nd highest in the league) than the Seahawks (20th in the league). Stafford’s completion percentage is 8 points higher than Freeman’s, not to mention huge yardage differences.

    Just saying that you don’t need to passive aggressively jab the lions in every post…

  11. pgh15212 says: Oct 30, 2012 1:49 PM

    victorycruz:

    Just like the Giants tore up that banged up Dallas defense???

  12. colts420ravens says: Oct 30, 2012 1:51 PM

    Come on man. Luck’s been playing good but Reggie is the Colts MVP by far.

  13. Steeley McBeam says: Oct 30, 2012 1:54 PM

    Troy P over Big Ben? They havent looked “ordinary” these past 2 weeks without Troy and its because #7 is quietly having one of the best seasons of any QB in the league.

  14. snarf1888 says: Oct 30, 2012 1:54 PM

    seriously the bills beneath cleveland?. thats harsh, very harsh

  15. adantsa says: Oct 30, 2012 1:55 PM

    Two words. Percy Harvin.

  16. necr0philia says: Oct 30, 2012 1:56 PM

    I’m hoping to see My Atlanta Falcons in the NFC championship game against 9ers. That would be one hell of a game. Chicago D is awesome but team is lead by the biggest BABY and choke artist in the game. NYG are beast also but you have been there enough times so you guys need to slow down haha. Goooo Dirty Birds!!

  17. londonfletcher59 says: Oct 30, 2012 2:00 PM

    “14. Seahawks: Russell Wilson, because he has overcome a corps of receivers who can’t catch to lead the team to a .500 record.”

    But….I thought the Seahawks were 8-0??

    Pete Carroll wants an explanation.

  18. cowboylover says: Oct 30, 2012 2:03 PM

    steelernationfarts: You didn’t even deserve #5 and #6; why should we give you #7?

  19. Pat says: Oct 30, 2012 2:04 PM

    I stopped reading once I saw someone try to say that Jay Cutler was the MVP of anything.

  20. larryboodry says: Oct 30, 2012 2:06 PM

    Going back to the end of his first season in Chicago, Da Bears are 25-9 in games Jay Cutler has started, so his being your Bears MVP makes sense…But I’d also like to show the defense some love and nominate Peanut Tillman and Tim Jennings as co-MVPs along with Jay.

  21. asublimeday says: Oct 30, 2012 2:06 PM

    Tillman is the Bears MVP to date.

  22. mullman76 says: Oct 30, 2012 2:06 PM

    Carson is playing well but gets no credit because he plays for the RAIDERS.

  23. Keyser Söze says: Oct 30, 2012 2:08 PM

    25. Raiders: Carson Palmer, even though he’s not the guy he used to be.
    —————————————————————–

    Carson Palmer had his best season passing in 2007 when he threw for 4,131 yards and 26 touchdowns and a qb passer rating of 86.7. The Bengals made the playoffs that year as well.

    At his current pace he looks to eclipse that mark and put up closer to 4,400+ yards this season.

    So yeah, he’s not the guy he used to be…

  24. thestrategyexpert says: Oct 30, 2012 2:09 PM

    Stafford has been the most disappointing player on the Lions this year and by a longshot. That’s a travesty of a pick.

    I’d give it to Jason Hanson right now just out of respect for being nearly perfect 16/17 FGs, and LOTS of great plays even on some miscellaneous kickoffs for squib kicks, an onside kick, and some punting duties even. He’s a true professional at his craft and he’s doing a PHENOMENAL job.

    Hanson deserves MAD RESPECT!

  25. cbraithwaite says: Oct 30, 2012 2:10 PM

    18 QBs by my count. Including a backup, 2 who are fighting for their jobs, and at least 3 who are having their worst season in years.

  26. pudgalvin says: Oct 30, 2012 2:12 PM

    @necr0philia:

    Go take a peak see at who’s been the best quarterback in the 4th quarter so far this year. It ain’t Matt Ryan.

  27. victorycruz says: Oct 30, 2012 2:13 PM

    pgh15212 says: Just like the Giants tore up that banged up Dallas defense???
    ______________________

    Division game on the road… The Giants are 4-0 against teams not in the NFC East. Dallas’s defense played a hellova game for sure.

  28. victorycruz says: Oct 30, 2012 2:14 PM

    pudgalvin says:
    Oct 30, 2012 2:12 PM
    @necr0philia:

    Go take a peak see at who’s been the best quarterback in the 4th quarter so far this year. It ain’t Matt Ryan.

    ________________

    Yeah it’s Eli Manning, lmao.

  29. axespray says: Oct 30, 2012 2:25 PM

    Cutler and Wilson?
    nah bro…. it’s Tim Jennings and Seattle’s entire secondary.

  30. jrock3x8 says: Oct 30, 2012 2:25 PM

    anyone who has actually watched a bears game would give that vote to tillman or jennings over cutler.

    love me some jay but he’s been spotty at best so far

  31. shawshankreception says: Oct 30, 2012 2:25 PM

    Russell Wilson over Marshawn Lynch, eh? Lynch is the 2nd leading rusher in the NFL behind AP. C’mon, man.

  32. johnsticle says: Oct 30, 2012 2:26 PM

    AD over Percy Harvin for my Vikes?… As much as I love AD and no matter how awesome he is, especially for coming back from an ACL the way he has… You gotta Percy some credit too. Last I checked he was leading the league in total yards.

  33. gunsnsabres says: Oct 30, 2012 2:28 PM

    Ben Roethlisberger is having a league wide MVP caliber season… He’s clearly the MVP of his own team.

  34. brownsclown says: Oct 30, 2012 2:28 PM

    “Russell Wilson, because he has overcome a corps of receivers who can’t catch”…How could you possibly say that with Braylon ‘Hands of Stone” Edwards on the roster?

  35. fmwarner says: Oct 30, 2012 2:30 PM

    You can’t be MVP for something you COULD do but haven’t done. DeMeco Ryans is the Eagles’ MVP.

  36. 4thquartermagic says: Oct 30, 2012 2:32 PM

    You obviously didn’t watch the Bears play on Sunday.

    Cutlers avg starting position was Carolina’s 40 and they settled for field goals all game long.

    MVP of that team is anyone on the defense.

  37. dynasonic says: Oct 30, 2012 2:40 PM

    Colts at 11? Seriously? I am a Colts fan and I feel that is pretty lofty. If we end up in the top 1/3 of the league after last years disgrace Ryan Grigson is GM of the year. I honestly feel as if we should be in the twenties.

  38. egroj3002 says: Oct 30, 2012 2:43 PM

    10. Steelers: Troy Polamalu, because without him they are ordinary.

    Completely disrespectful to say the least, MVP at this point is Ben, no question about it. New O Coord, No D, No running game ’til Dwyer show up; w/o his game Steelers could be 2-5…

    Passer Rating: 102
    TDs: 14
    INts: 3
    4th quarter Rating: 121

    ‘nough said

  39. bruiza2k says: Oct 30, 2012 2:46 PM

    Why aren’t the names of Daryl Washington and Steve Smith in bold, but every other player on the list is?

  40. larryboodry says: Oct 30, 2012 2:47 PM

    jrock3x8 says: Oct 30, 2012 2:25 PM

    “anyone who has actually watched a bears game would give that vote to tillman or jennings over cutler.

    love me some jay but he’s been spotty at best so far”

    That’s why I chose all three as co-MVPs, from watching every game this year I can say that without all of them the Bears would be 8-0 Seattle-style.

  41. bigginfragable says: Oct 30, 2012 3:02 PM

    Bucs at 15???? Despite them losing all 4 games by a total of 22 points, I would have figured you just looked at the bad pass defense and automatically tossed them into the bottom of the list, despite what other really bad teams were placed higher week to week.

    Its nice to see that you’ve stopped punishing them in the rankings because of last year.

  42. larryboodry says: Oct 30, 2012 3:09 PM

    victorycruz says: Oct 30, 2012 2:14 PM

    “pudgalvin says:
    Oct 30, 2012 2:12 PM
    @necr0philia:

    Go take a peak see at who’s been the best quarterback in the 4th quarter so far this year. It ain’t Matt Ryan.

    ________________

    Yeah it’s Eli Manning, lmao.”

    No it isn’t, but keep laughing if you want to…Jay Cutler ranks 1st. with a 132 QB rating in the 4th. quarter, Eli Manning is 5th. @ 103.5, and Matt Ryan is 20th. @ 81.3.

    Go Bears!

  43. nicomorana says: Oct 30, 2012 3:11 PM

    These power rankings are worse than John Clayton’s ponytail.

  44. ragingsea says: Oct 30, 2012 3:16 PM

    That’s what I figured.

  45. brenenostler says: Oct 30, 2012 3:17 PM

    As a Colts fan, I’ll admit we’re too high. We barely beat Tennessee. I think 15 or 16 is more reasonable.

  46. dwight123 says: Oct 30, 2012 3:21 PM

    I love seeing Miami at 12,who saw that coming? If Philbin isn’t at least considered for coach of the year! Go Dolphins!

  47. 2difshoe says: Oct 30, 2012 3:26 PM

    Every teams has flaws.
    It’s who disguises them best.

    As a Bears fan, everyone knows it’s our O-Line.
    What will Lovie do when he faces a dominant team like the Texans, San Francisco and Green Bay the second time. So far, he’s not so good.
    Until then, Lovie shouldn’t expect much more than 1 victory in the playoffs. Harbaugh, too inexperienced and a huge tool. Smart money picks Greenbay or the Giants out of the NFC, unless Lovie figures a fix to O-Line.

    Just my 2 cents

  48. paul82461 says: Oct 30, 2012 3:37 PM

    Why bother with the rankings, your reasons are something a 3 rd grader would write. Just skip the segment, it lacks intelligence.

  49. jedicurt says: Oct 30, 2012 3:43 PM

    Raiders MVP is either Phillip Wheeler or Rookie Miles Burris… and i’m kinda leaning towards Burris

  50. pantsfreezone says: Oct 30, 2012 3:43 PM

    The Dolphins MVP this season has been Joe Philbin. If it has to be a player either Randy Starks, Cameron Wake or even the entire Defensive front seven.

  51. larryboodry says: Oct 30, 2012 3:43 PM

    Pat says: Oct 30, 2012 2:04 PM

    “I stopped reading once I saw someone try to say that Jay Cutler was the MVP of anything.”

    Congratulations on a very mature approach to an opinion you disagree with…Feel free to stop posting, too, if that makes you happy…We’ll miss your wit and insight.

  52. urlacher54 says: Oct 30, 2012 3:45 PM

    Tim Jennings, Charles Tillman, Henry Melton, Lance Briggs, Brandon Marshall, or Julius Peppers.

    All of those players have been more instrumental to the Bears success than Jay. Don’t get me wrong, I love Jay, but without Marshall I think this would be his worst season ever.

  53. 28for20 says: Oct 30, 2012 3:49 PM

    Packers are way to high. 14 tops!

  54. lionsdraftguy says: Oct 30, 2012 4:03 PM

    As long as the unclassy 49ers arent number one thats all i care.

  55. chb74 says: Oct 30, 2012 4:04 PM

    I have a question for fellow football junkies: if the Chiefs maintain anything close to this staggering ineptitude throughout the season, will they be remembered as among the very worst teams in the history of the game despite their one win? To trot out an oft-repeated but astonishing stat: they haven’t led for a single second in regulation…and we’re in week eight! That’s almost impossible to accomplish. I swear that I’m not a Chiefs “hater”; I just find it genuinely fascinating that in an age where parity reigns supreme, there’s a team THIS incapable of even competing.

  56. 8to80texansblog says: Oct 30, 2012 4:04 PM

    Cortland Finnegan may be underrated… but only as one of the Dirtiest Player in the League. He has little skill, next to no speed, and relies on cheap shots and trash talk to get under players skin. He’s not a football player, he’s a grifter.

    Yes… he may be effective, but so are are steriods and helmet to helmet shots to QBs.

  57. Rex Grossman says: Oct 30, 2012 4:07 PM

    Um, yeah, if you think Jay Cutler is MVP for the Bears so far then you haven’t been paying much attention to the Bears…

  58. herpeburp says: Oct 30, 2012 4:08 PM

    Washington dealt a bad hand? They are responsible for their poor decision making in the past

  59. dasboat says: Oct 30, 2012 4:19 PM

    Didn’t the Bucs just thrash the Vikings in Minnesota? That was just five days ago…

  60. Little Earthquake says: Oct 30, 2012 4:25 PM

    steelernationfartsinyourfaceandwinschampionships says: Oct 30, 2012 1:37 PM

    Keep underestimating Pure Steel. Everyone is in for another reckoning. Steeler Nation will get #7 and walk off into the sunset. Back into your places you go.

    ____

    Then you’ll only need six more to catch Green Bay. Thanks for #13 btw.

  61. formyministy says: Oct 30, 2012 4:26 PM

    falcons have only beaten one team with a winning record (4-3 denver)

    stir, stir, stir….

  62. jcdavey2011 says: Oct 30, 2012 4:32 PM

    cutler’s about as much of a bears mvp as rex grossman was

  63. xli2006 says: Oct 30, 2012 4:32 PM

    @ colts420ravens: “Come on man. Luck’s been playing good but Reggie is the Colts MVP by far.”

    You could make the case for either and be correct.

    Without Luck, it would be ugly. He’s played so beyond his years it’s kind of hard to believe. Scrambling when necessary, shaking off defenders, clutch drives… kid is for real. (288 yds/g, 11 total TDs)

    Reggie is playing ageless. One of the most productive WRs in the NFL this year and nobody guessed that. (54 rec, 757 yards… most in NFL).

    New coaches, all new TEs & WRs beside Wayne (no Garcon, Collie, Clark, Tamme), OLine changes, average Running Game… and Luck/Wayne seem unphased by it.

    Colts are ahead of schedule on their “rebound”.

  64. bsizemore68 says: Oct 30, 2012 4:33 PM

    Shock to see the fish at #12, I hope they keep it going, if so perhaps they will get more than one prime time game on the tube. And it can be argued that Miami has one of the best back up QB in the league. Bill

  65. ragingsea says: Oct 30, 2012 5:02 PM

    “I have a question for fellow football junkies: if the Chiefs maintain anything close to this staggering ineptitude throughout the season, will they be remembered as among the very worst teams in the history of the game despite their one win? To trot out an oft-repeated but astonishing stat: they haven’t led for a single second in regulation…and we’re in week eight! That’s almost impossible to accomplish. I swear that I’m not a Chiefs “hater”; I just find it genuinely fascinating that in an age where parity reigns supreme, there’s a team THIS incapable of even competing.”
    ______________________________

    I think Detroit and Tampa Bay have that wrapped up. Gotta lose ‘em all to get into that category. Just ask the Phins, they almost made it.

  66. dexterismyhero says: Oct 30, 2012 5:07 PM

    @chb74 says:Oct 30, 2012 4:04 PM

    I have a question for fellow football junkies: if the Chiefs maintain anything close to this staggering ineptitude throughout the season, will they be remembered as among the very worst teams in the history of the game despite their one win? To trot out an oft-repeated but astonishing stat: they haven’t led for a single second in regulation…and we’re in week eight! That’s almost impossible to accomplish. I swear that I’m not a Chiefs “hater”; I just find it genuinely fascinating that in an age where parity reigns supreme, there’s a team THIS incapable of even competing
    =================================
    ==================================
    And they beat that great team the Saints. hahahaha……………………..Karma Saints fans!!!!

  67. cali49er707 says: Oct 30, 2012 5:16 PM

    lionsdraftguy says:
    Oct 30, 2012 4:03 PM
    As long as the unclassy 49ers arent number one thats all i care.
    ______________________________
    What hurts more the week#2 loss or the World Series sweep???

  68. larryboodry says: Oct 30, 2012 5:36 PM

    cali49er707 says: Oct 30, 2012 5:16 PM

    “lionsdraftguy says:
    Oct 30, 2012 4:03 PM
    As long as the unclassy 49ers arent number one thats all i care.
    ______________________________
    What hurts more the week#2 loss or the World Series sweep???”

    Game, set, match.

  69. pdillon1 says: Oct 30, 2012 6:21 PM

    The Cutler haters and the “Ortonization” of Cutler I’m hearing from lately is ridiculous. The guy is 25-9 in the last two seasons and a half. And before you say “Yeah thanks to the defense” or “Yeah but his numbers are average”, remember that this team was 7-3 last season, well on their way to at worst 11-5 and a playoff birth before he got hurt. The Bears went 1-5 with the weak part of their schedule without him.

    Like it or not, Jay Cutler is the very definition of a MVP. Does he have to play better against the Pack? Yes but that’s no different than Manning having to get through the Pats years ago. Jay Cutler is the truth.

  70. pftcensorssuck says: Oct 30, 2012 6:24 PM

    steelernationfartsinyourfaceandwinschampionships says:Oct 30, 2012 1:37 PM

    Keep underestimating Pure Steel. Everyone is in for another reckoning. Steeler Nation will get #7 and walk off into the sunset. Back into your places you go.
    ———————————————————
    You mean the Steelers who are currently in second place in their own division…… THOSE Steelers?

  71. mazblast says: Oct 30, 2012 8:52 PM

    You mean the Steelers who are currently in second place in their own division…… THOSE Steelers?
    ———————————-
    As the Steelers and others have proven, you don’t have to win your division to win it all. You just have to make the playoffs and get hot.

    Sure, winning the division would be nice, playing at home for a game or two would be great, but the home team doesn’t always win (boy, do we Steeler fans know that tune). I can offer up a few more cliches on this subject, but i don’t want to upset the fine dinner I just had.

  72. pissedfishfan says: Oct 30, 2012 9:14 PM

    Wow Miami at #12 Must have killed you guys lol, And with the schedule they have remaining they might be favored in 6 of there last 9.

  73. trefkennedy says: Oct 30, 2012 11:09 PM

    The fact that Team Cowboys is 23 smh luckily we have 9 games left

  74. scd7 says: Oct 31, 2012 10:08 AM

    ormyministy says: Oct 30, 2012 4:26 PM

    falcons have only beaten one team with a winning record (4-3 denver)

    stir, stir, stir….

    ————————————

    True, but others have lost to those same teams when the Falcon’s didn’t.

    Just picking one of the other teams at the top, the NY Giants, they’ve also only won one game against a winning team (49ers) while the rest of their wins are to losing record teams too. The only difference is both their 2 losses are to teams with losing records (Cowboys & Eagles).

    Not saying the Giant’s aren’t a great team. As a Falcon’s fan they scare the hell out of me and hope the game against them in week 15 is a good game and the Falcons can get some redemption for that embarrassment last year. I’m just saying at the end of the day it doesn’t matter what your opponents record is and whether they win or lose their other games, it only matters what YOUR record is.

  75. ballpunchtillman says: Oct 31, 2012 11:14 AM

    this seasons gonna suck for the cutler haters.

  76. larryboodry says: Oct 31, 2012 1:50 PM

    ballpunchtillman says: Oct 31, 2012 11:14 AM

    “this seasons gonna suck for the cutler haters.”

    Shhh…tokyo and lionsdraftguy might hear you.

  77. ngbradley says: Oct 31, 2012 6:12 PM

    While Frank Gore is the #1 back in he NFL with 5.5 yards per carry on 119 carries, Kendall Hunter is averaging 5 yards per carry on 60 touches…and his carries are in obvious running-out-the-clock scenarios that are against a stacked box.

    According to Footballoutsiders.com, Gore is the best RB in the NFL outside of CJ Spiller — but Kendall Hunter is 4th.

    If Gore went down, they’d lose their heart, but they’d keep going well with Hunter.

  78. jr4real says: Oct 31, 2012 9:33 PM

    Finally have the power back on!!

    How can you not pick Ben? Without him the steelers would by 0-7.

  79. randomguy9999 says: Nov 2, 2012 4:04 PM

    in Miami, Tanny has been better than expected, but the real story has been the Phins D line:

    the pressure, hits on QB, sacks, and rushing yards allowed have all been murder…. just ask the Cards and Jets

  80. rodge1 says: Nov 4, 2012 7:59 AM

    Miami MVP: Wake, Starks, or Soliai… By the way, dolphins are mammals not fish

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