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Week 13 power rankings

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1. Green Bay Packers (last week No. 2; 9-3): If/when they face the Seahawks again, chances are the Packers will simply run their offense without worrying about who’s playing defense.

2. New England Patriots (No. 1; 9-3): A couple of years ago, Tom Brady opted for a periodic primal scream. After Sunday’s game was clinched for Green Bay, he went with three primal “F” bombs.

3. Seattle Seahawks (No. 10; 8-4): Good news, Seattle; bad news, rest of the NFL. The Seahawks are back.

4. Philadelphia Eagles (No. 5; 9-3): Mark Sanchez gets a perfect opportunity on Sunday to show Pete Carroll that the quarterback was indeed ready for the NFL.

5. Denver Broncos (No. 6; 9-3): When Peyton Manning is throwing for 179 yards not in a half but in an entire game, the Denver offense finally has real balance.

6. Arizona Cardinals (No. 3; 9-3): They still may be using their own lockers for the Super Bowl, but it’s looking less likely they’ll be using their own lockers during the playoffs.

7. Cincinnati Bengals (No. 7; 8-3-1): When the quarterback with the red hair isn’t getting it done, it’s time to rely on the coach with the red flag.

8. Dallas Cowboys (No. 4; 8-4): Death, taxes, and an 8-8 finish for the Cowboys.

9. Indianapolis Colts (No. 9; 8-4): A week after we didn’t get Luck-Griffin, we’ll likely get Luck-Manziel.

10. Detroit Lions (No. 12; 8-4): If they keep playing like this, they’ll get a chance to go back to lose in the Superdome again in January.

11. Pittsburgh Steelers (No. 8; 7-5): The Steel Curtain has become a Shower Curtain.

12. San Diego Chargers (No. 17; 8-4): The rest of the schedule has a lot more in common with the three-game losing streak than the three-game winning streak.

13. Baltimore Ravens (No. 11; 7-5): If they can’t beat Miami, Jacksonville, Houston, and Cleveland in December, the Ravens don’t deserve to have a crack at the likes of New England, Denver, Indianapolis, and Cincinnnati in January.

14. Kansas City Chiefs (No. 13; 7-5): To have any chance to get back to Arizona in February, they need to win there on Sunday.

15. Buffalo Bills (No. 18; 7-5): After two steps forward, the one step back comes in Denver this weekend.

16. Miami Dolphins (No. 16; 7-5): Things are setting up perfectly for another late-season collapse.

17. San Francisco 49ers (No. 14; 7-5): If Jim Harbaugh isn’t worried about his future, then he’s the only one.

18. Cleveland Browns (No. 15; 7-5): Brian Hoyer’s bet on himself apparently wasn’t placed with a money phone.

19. Houston Texans (No. 19; 6-6): A touchdown pass to J.J. Watt while up 38-14? Bill O’Brien learned plenty from Bill Belichick.

20. New Orleans Saints (No. 21; 5-7): Sean Payton shrugged off the “Sunday splash” reports by doing a cannonball into the confluence.

21. Chicago Bears (No. 20; 5-7): Good news, the team that Bears blew out in prime time last year is coming back. Bad news, Josh McCown played quarterback against the Cowboys the last time the Bears hosted Dallas.

22. Minnesota Vikings (No. 22; 5-7): When the offense is built around blocked punts returned for touchdowns, help is needed on that side of the ball.

23. St. Louis Rams (No. 23; 5-7): Well, it’s clear which former L.A. team L.A. should want back.

24. Atlanta Falcons (No. 24; 5-7): This would be a great week for payback against the team that derailed a Super Bowl run four years ago.

25. New York Giants (No. 25; 3-9): “We’re still the best team in New York?”

26. Carolina Panthers (No. 26; 3-8-1): The Panthers say Cam Newton is still their guy. Has anyone asked him if he wants to be?

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (No. 27; 2-10): “We’re still only three games out of first place!”

28. Jacksonville Jaguars (No. 32; 2-10): Leave it to the Jags to screw up a perfectly good shot at the No. 1 overall pick.

29. Tennessee Titans (No. 29; 2-10): Whether the Titans should have kept Ryan Fitzpatrick is a lot easier to figure out than 93 times 97.

30. Washington (No. 30; 3-9): When the quarterback plays well and the team still gets blown out, the problem isn’t the quarterback.

31. New York Jets (No. 28; 2-10): Maybe Geno Smith should be introduced as a member of the opponent’s defense.

32. Oakland Raiders (No. 31; 1-11): “We got our win for the year. Now we can coast.”

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  1. longtimefanhtr says: Dec 2, 2014 10:15 AM

    Seahawks back??? Defensively maybe but that offense isn’t last years.

  2. trumb1mj says: Dec 2, 2014 10:16 AM

    Correction: If the Lions keep playing like this, they’ll win the division, get a first round bye and host a playoff game.

  3. Carl Gerbschmidt says: Dec 2, 2014 10:17 AM

    Brady should be ashamed, children watch these games.

  4. lionhunter909 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:17 AM

    Dallas at #8=too high. Detroit at #10=too low. Steelers at #11=too high.

  5. luther6 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:18 AM

    Cincinnati belongs around 15 or 17. They’re terrible.

  6. kingmj4891 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:19 AM

    Top 5 Dumbest Football Players in the League

    1. Kenny Britt
    2. Jared Cook
    3. Chris Givens
    4. Tavon Austin
    5. Stedman Bailey

  7. templardedantes says: Dec 2, 2014 10:19 AM

    So negative.

  8. RomoIsGod says: Dec 2, 2014 10:19 AM

    Who is “Washington?”

    I have still yet to see a media report based on real evidence or a true source that shows Harbaugh is in trouble when it comes to job security. His team seems fine with him during the games, I wonder why the media has to take so many scalps this year? Must be angry that they will never touch Goodell.

  9. doctorrustbelt says: Dec 2, 2014 10:20 AM

    The quarterback with the red hair went 12-16 for 114 yards 1 td – 0 int in the 2nd half in the come from behind win.

    Dalton’s 2nd half stats would have been much better had A.J. Green/Mohamed Sanu not dropped easy balls off their hands/chest.

    8 wins – 3 losses – 1 tie

    ENJOY.

  10. twister74 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:21 AM

    Before we start naming playoff teams let’s let the season finish first.

  11. tajuara says: Dec 2, 2014 10:22 AM

    The Cowboys and Bengals ahead of the Colts? How? Why?…

  12. weepingjebus says: Dec 2, 2014 10:25 AM

    Can we revise to give the Patriots a 14 spot drop amid demands that Brady and Belichick retire in shame? They really took that to heart last time.

  13. seahawksfansince2013 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:25 AM

    This list is a joke! Packers are not the best team in the league. Hawks already stomped them once this year. We have the personnel to match up well with the packers, does anyone really think the outcome will be any different if they meet in the playoffs. Hawks are best team in the league. Eat it up haters!!

    Other teams fans envy our teams players. Other teams players envy our teams fans. #choochoohawksdynastytrain
    #12thmanisheretostay #dynastybeforeyoureyes #kissthering

  14. bencoates57 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:26 AM

    As a Patriots fan, I was disappointed but encouraged at the same time. Lambeau Field provides the same kind of formidable challenge to visitors that Gillette Stadium, CenturyLink, and whatever the heck they’re calling Mile High these days provides. Losing 26-21 and having a chance to win it in the end, despite getting pushed around, bodes very well for the Patriots should they meet on a neutral field. I have every confidence the Pats would have pulled this one out if it were played in Gillette. And I’m glad the Pats saw the best the Pack had to offer. Belichick could use some more intel.

    But yes, what a great team the Packers are. This is a far better team than that sham model that started 15-1 and got blown out by the Giants at home in the first round. Every team the Pack played that year either started a rookie QB or a new QB or else was in the middle of a long losing streak. (I had never seen a run of luck like the Packers sked that year). But this year’s version is for real. Hoping for a SB rematch, my only concern is the Pack may not be able to get past the Hawks or 49ers (should the 49ers even make the playoffs) despite being the better team.

  15. ravensfan8780 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:27 AM

    Buffalo is the best team in New York

  16. scoops1 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:28 AM

    WoW…..

    these guys really hate Miami

  17. bencoates57 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:29 AM

    Aaron Rodgers is the QB choice of PBS. Tom Brady requires a cable outlet.

  18. lunarpie says: Dec 2, 2014 10:29 AM

    Raiders need to FIRE their Offensive and Defensive Coordinators. Greg Olsen’s failed offense is hurting Derek Carr’s growth and the Defense has too much talent to not be a factor.

  19. tokyofilthblaster says: Dec 2, 2014 10:30 AM

    This lofty ranking is very humbling.

  20. scchamil says: Dec 2, 2014 10:31 AM

    tajuara says:
    Dec 2, 2014 10:22 AM

    The Cowboys and Bengals ahead of the Colts? How? Why?…

    I can easily argue Bengals ahead of the Cowboys. Better record and the Boys just got crushed by Mark Sanchez. Can’t argue the Colts at this point. They should 7 and the Bengals should be 8 – on the strength of the head-to-head beat down. A lot of football left to play though.

  21. lunarpie says: Dec 2, 2014 10:31 AM

    Raiders need to fire their Offensive and Defensive Coordinators!!!!

  22. lionstildeath says: Dec 2, 2014 10:32 AM

    lol….couldnt waste an opportunity to take a shot at the Lions…..just dont include them in the power rankings each week if you cant be fair. rank the other 31 teams.

  23. silverhornet says: Dec 2, 2014 10:33 AM

    Dolfans don’t really care where we’re ranked as we just want to make the playoffs BUUUUUUT, how we’re ranked below Buffalo, when we are ahead of them in the playoff seedings (and just beat them pretty handily a couple of weeks ago) is hard to believe.

  24. itsnotme549 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:34 AM

    Dolphins and Bills are both 7-5. Dolphins beat Bills twice. Yet Buffalo is rated ahead of Miami.

    Yeah, makes perfect sense.

  25. commonsensedude says: Dec 2, 2014 10:34 AM

    December 2nd, 2014 – that awful day in history when Skins fans finally realize that we’re actually ranked lower than the Jacksonville Jaguars. (Gulp!)

  26. bencoates57 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:35 AM

    Steeler losses. 5-7 Saints (AT HOME). 2-10 Bucs (AT HOME). 2-10 Jets. Cleveland (any year).

    Yikes!

    And Miami is scary with narrow losses to the Lions (home version), Broncos (home version), Packers, Chiefs (when Chiefs were peaking), and Bills (when Bills were good at home version). Would have been very Steeler-like to drop one to the Jests.

  27. mancave001 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:36 AM

    Not making a prediction about Sunday here, but I don’t understand the Seattle/Philly placement. The Eagles have a better record (9-3 vs. 8-4), lead their division (Seattle doesn’t) and are favored at home (granted, by only 1.5).

    And just to show I’m not just being homer, I think the Broncos should definitely be ahead of the Eagles AND the Seahawks.

    Come to think of it, a lot of things don’t make sense about this week’s rankings:

    –Jags behind Giants after just beating them?
    –Steelers over Chargers?
    –You really think the Niners aren’t better than the Chiefs, Dolphins and Bills?

    Weird rankings this week.

  28. annekayeantiques says: Dec 2, 2014 10:36 AM

    packers derserve top stop..I hope my patriots can beat the chargers..should be a great game

  29. Steelers are Superior says: Dec 2, 2014 10:36 AM

    Bless the Steelers. We are what remains of a great game. Around us is jealousy, deceit, greed, and corporate wickedness. Remember tackling? Remember not having to wait ten seconds after a big play just so you can celebrate? Walk with us. We will not rest until the game is restored. SFL is what’s important now if you miss the sport we created.

  30. itssocoldinthed says: Dec 2, 2014 10:39 AM

    Philadelphia and Detroit are both clearly better than Seattle.

  31. 700levelvet says: Dec 2, 2014 10:40 AM

    No way …absolutely no way Dallas isn’t ranked No.1. Be realistic… Have you seen a better team… Ever?

  32. tokyosandblaster says: Dec 2, 2014 10:41 AM

    Not sure how a top ten ranking for the lions is unfair.

    Not a division leader, but a playoff team.

    Get over yourselves.

  33. thehouseofho says: Dec 2, 2014 10:43 AM

    Didn’t Sanchez’s first season stats show that Pete Carroll was right when he said Sanchez wasn’t ready for the NFL?

    That comment was made 6 years ago when Carroll felt Sanchez needed an extra year in school to prepare because he’d only played a little over a year of college ball. What Sanchez does now has nothing to do with what Carroll said then.

  34. fins32 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:43 AM

    Dolphins are ranked too low

  35. radioactivechimp says: Dec 2, 2014 10:44 AM

    Who would have thought that teams with Mark Sanchez and Drew Stanton at qb would be ranked 4th and 6th respectively at this point in the season?

    If you did predict this, I require you psychic powers to pick my fantasy team next year.

  36. seahawkboymike says: Dec 2, 2014 10:47 AM

    “If/when they face the Seahawks again, chances are the Packers will simply run their offense without worrying about who’s playing defense.”

    Aaaaaand will still get beat 36-16.

  37. xpensivewinos says: Dec 2, 2014 10:47 AM

    Why would Jim Harbaugh need to be “worried about his future?”

    He’s already made more money than he can spend and he’ll make a ton more when the next team or college hires him.

    What’s to worry about?

  38. infectorman says: Dec 2, 2014 10:47 AM

    Just can’t buy the Eagles with the dirty Sanchez at the helm.
    Implosion pending

  39. lukedunphysscienceproject says: Dec 2, 2014 10:47 AM

    Carl Gerbschmidt says:
    Dec 2, 2014 10:17 AM
    Brady should be ashamed, children watch these games.

    Yes, and all of them are undoubtedly scarred for life by seeing him mouth a word they have all probably heard 1,000 times at least.

  40. therealtruth210 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:47 AM

    Eagles have 2 wins over teams with winnings records and 3 loses vs teams with winning records they will exit the play offs once again this year. 54yrs always a bridesmaid never a bride. Eagles can’t beat play off teams and you will see that this week.

    Seahawks LOCK OF THE WEEK!!!

  41. thetruthcampaign says: Dec 2, 2014 10:48 AM

    Lions already beat the Saints this year. Why wouldn’t they do it again if they’re playing like this the rest of the way?

  42. ctiggs says: Dec 2, 2014 10:49 AM

    WHO”SSSSS GOT IT BETTER THAN US??????NOOOOOOOOOOOOBODYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!

  43. beedubyatoo says: Dec 2, 2014 10:51 AM

    Seahawks have never won in Lambeau. And only won in at home in Wilson’s 1st season because a replacement ref blew a call. If they make the playoffs, they’ll have to play the Pack in Lambeau in January.

  44. seahawkboymike says: Dec 2, 2014 10:51 AM

    longtimefanhtr says:
    Seahawks back??? Defensively maybe but that offense isn’t last years.
    ———————————————————-
    Keep in mind that they had 3 TD’s called back on… let’s say marginal calls, & Pete Carroll showed mercy. Otherwise they would have beaten the Cardinals 32-3 and the 49ers 27-0. The lack of offense is in your hopes, not in reality.

  45. azcardsfan4life says: Dec 2, 2014 10:52 AM

    How can the Eagles be ahead of the Cardinals when they BEAT them? Yeaaaah, perrrrfect sense………..

  46. infectorman says: Dec 2, 2014 10:54 AM

    doctorrustbelt says:
    Dec 2, 2014 10:20 AM

    The quarterback with the red hair went 12-16 for 114 yards 1 td – 0 int in the 2nd half in the come from behind win.

    Dalton’s 2nd half stats would have been much better had A.J. Green/Mohamed Sanu not dropped easy balls off their hands/chest.

    8 wins – 3 losses – 1 tie

    ENJOY.
    ____________________________

    Dalton still sux

  47. seahawkboymike says: Dec 2, 2014 10:55 AM

    itssocoldinthed says:

    Philadelphia and Detroit are both clearly better than Seattle.
    ———————————————————-
    Thanks man. Funniest thing I’ve read this year. Let’s revisit that one after Sunday, shall we?

  48. suhperbowl90 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:57 AM

    Seahawks beat the most overrated team in California & they’re back….. EL OH EL.

    The Cowboys are 8-4 and primed for a 10-11 win season & they are still projected to be 8-8 on PFT…. EL OH EL.

    The Lions offense finally goes off and if they keep playing like that then they are anticipating another playoff loss to the Saints in the superdome where they were beaten by a inconsistent ginger…… EL OH EL.

    Man I needed that morning laugh.

  49. seahawkboymike says: Dec 2, 2014 10:59 AM

    beedubyatoo says:

    Seahawks have never won in Lambeau.

    Really? I seem to remember them winning 27-7 on a Monday night.

    And only won in at home in Wilson’s 1st season because a replacement ref blew a call.

    It was a catch.

    If they make the playoffs, they’ll have to play the Pack in Lambeau in January.

    If the Packers make it that far. Seahawks will more likely be hosting the NFC championship game against the Cardinals.

  50. killxswitch says: Dec 2, 2014 11:01 AM

    Seattle at 3 is laughable. They’re not “back”, their offense is bad.

    Denver at 5, give me a break. There aren’t 4 better teams in the NFL.

    Cincy at 7? After barely beating the Bucs?

    Indy at 9 after scoring 49 points?

    You’re not very good at this.

  51. citizenstrange says: Dec 2, 2014 11:01 AM

    As I predicted last week — when the Steelers were at #8 after losing to the freaking Jets and barely squeaking out a win against the Titans — the Saints would easily beat the Steelers at Heinz Field. Six points and two picks in the first 40 minutes. Classic Small Ben in Big games strikes again! LOLZ

    But don’t worry. The Steelers per usual will UNLEASH HELL in December. This will be the third season in a row of missing the playoffs, fourth season in a row without a playoff win.

    The last time the Steelers won a postseason game — the AFCCG after the 2010 season — the Steelers beat the Mark Sanchez led Jets 24-19. Big Elite Ben was 10 of 19 for 133 yards with ZERO touchdowns and TWO interceptions and a passer rating of … wait for it …. 35.5. The Steelers would have lost if not for a 19-yard fumble recovery touchdown by William Gay. That’s just how good Big Elite Ben is.

  52. jimthebuilder27 says: Dec 2, 2014 11:03 AM

    Good list, Packers are a much different team than the one that placed Seattle. If they meet again it’ll be a good game!

  53. mrwalterisgod says: Dec 2, 2014 11:06 AM

    Seahawks back??? Defensively maybe but that offense isn’t last years.
    ============================

    They are leading the league in rushing and have the highest rushing DVOA since the 2000 Rams. That offense is not mediocre like perception would have you believe.

  54. In Teddy We Trust says: Dec 2, 2014 11:08 AM

    I wouldn’t say the Vikings offense depends on blocked punts for touchdowns. Because of those blocked punts, they only had three drives in the first half, but they scored touchdowns on two of them. I’d call that game a good performance in all three phases.

  55. cruzan80 says: Dec 2, 2014 11:08 AM

    Ravens lose a tough game at home to a good Chargers team.

    Steelers lose at home to a bad Saints team (that the Ravens just beat a wek ago).

    They have the same record but the Ravens are currently 2nd in the division & the Steelers are 3rd….yet the Steelers are two spots ahead of the Ravens in these rankings…..ok.

  56. steelers4385 says: Dec 2, 2014 11:09 AM

    So stupid. Of green bay came to foxbourgh they would have got pounded. If pats played at neutral site, they would pound the packers. Im not even a pats or packers fan, i could care less. Its dumb that i feel like im the only one who reads in between the lines though. So green bay beat patriots AT green bay..lets just hand them the trophy now. Pfffffff. So dumb. So the lions held packers to 7 points..mabye lets say lions are the best then. Or hey, kc lit up pats, but broncos beat kc twice..mabye they are the best…so dumb.

  57. apickens3 says: Dec 2, 2014 11:11 AM

    HAIL TO THE REDSKINS

  58. mrwalterisgod says: Dec 2, 2014 11:12 AM

    Would you really rank a Mark Sanchez team above the Seahawks? Some of you need to come to grips with reality.

    “But, but, the Eagles are 9-3, Seattle 8-4! Eagles are clearly better!”

    Are they? Do you have that much faith in Mark Sanchez? Well you’ll get to find out on Sunday. This isn’t Dallas’ defense coming to town mind you…

  59. yooperman says: Dec 2, 2014 11:15 AM

    ravensfan8780 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:27 AM

    Buffalo is the best team in New York

    Sorry, BUT the Bills are the ONLY team in NY.

  60. justintuckrule says: Dec 2, 2014 11:15 AM

    We suck but that GB-NE game could have easily been called the Giants’ Ownership Bowl.

  61. humanbowlingball says: Dec 2, 2014 11:17 AM

    Miami may indeed have a late season collapse (I expect they will finish 9-7) but really weird to see them ranked behind San Diego who they absolutely crushed.

  62. rlpft says: Dec 2, 2014 11:17 AM

    Bengals and Cowboys are ranked too high, too inconsistent. I don’t even see the Cowboys making the playoffs.

  63. badassblakcamaro says: Dec 2, 2014 11:19 AM

    So who is the best steelers4385? The steelers? who loast at home to the saints and jets?

  64. billswillnevermove says: Dec 2, 2014 11:20 AM

    itsnotme549 says:Dec 2, 2014 10:34 AM

    Dolphins and Bills are both 7-5. Dolphins beat Bills twice. Yet Buffalo is rated ahead of Miami.

    Yeah, makes perfect sense.
    _________________________________
    What makes even more perfect sense is that you are wrong!! The Bills destroyed the Dolphins on Sept 14, 2014. That means they split when I went to school……..nice try though.

  65. wydok says: Dec 2, 2014 11:22 AM

    Seahawks #3? Really?

    We’ll see where they are next week.

  66. conormacleod says: Dec 2, 2014 11:22 AM

    22. Minnesota Vikings (No. 22; 5-7): When the offense is built around blocked punts returned for touchdowns, help is needed on that side of the ball.
    ———————————–
    I guess cheap shots are easier than actually talking real football. In the game I saw, a rookie QB and offense played very conservatively with a very large lead, enroot to an 18 point win. Ask Tom Coughlin if he would rather have zero turnovers and protect a lead, or try going for lofty stats with the game at hand.

  67. dolfan66r says: Dec 2, 2014 11:23 AM

    Dolphins at 16? Really. 3 plays away from being 10-2. Late season collapse maybe but if they beat the Ravens on Sunday they can reverse that! San Diego scored 34 on Ravens and Miami shut the Chargers out!

  68. wydok says: Dec 2, 2014 11:24 AM

    New York Giants (No. 25; 3-9): “We’re still the best team in New Jersey.”

  69. nvl004 says: Dec 2, 2014 11:25 AM

    Giants best team in New York???

    The Bills play one game in Detroit and PFT kicks them out of the state.

  70. emoney826 says: Dec 2, 2014 11:26 AM

    The packers were statistically better than the Patriots in every phase of the game. That game should have been a blowout. 3 red zones only get field goals? That dropped pass in the 4th quarter by Adams was a sure touchdown. This was a blowout. The score just didn’t show it. On a neutral field, I’ll still take the Packers by at least 7.

  71. billsbackto81 says: Dec 2, 2014 11:33 AM

    itsnotme549 says:Dec 2, 2014 10:34 AM

    Dolphins and Bills are both 7-5. Dolphins beat Bills twice. Yet Buffalo is rated ahead of Miami.

    Yeah, makes perfect sense.

    ————————————————-

    LOL..Do you even follow the NFL? As nevermove said, they got whooped on the 2nd week of the season. And they totally destroyed the team that should have beaten them last night. We all know why they won the 2nd game against the Bills (thanks Walt Coleman and Co.)
    No way can you rank Miami over Buffalo!

  72. tokyosandblaster says: Dec 2, 2014 11:33 AM

    We can all agree that the vikings are ranked too high.

  73. dasmol says: Dec 2, 2014 11:39 AM

    Raiders are too high.

  74. peymax1693 says: Dec 2, 2014 11:40 AM

    Still not really sure why the Eagles continue to remain above the Broncos.

    Beating the Cowboys shouldn’t carry that much weight, as the wheels have fallen of the Cowboys’ bus.

    After starting 6 and 1, the Boys have gone 2-3, with their only wins coming against Jacksonville and an inept Giants team that is fighting for a claim as worst team in the league.

  75. jimmysee says: Dec 2, 2014 11:50 AM

    Green Bay at #1:

    King Henry:
    “Canst thou, O partial sleep, give thy repose
    To the wet sea-boy in an hour so rude,
    And in the calmest and most stillest night,
    With all appliances and means to boot,
    Deny it to a king? Then happy low, lie down!
    Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.”

    Henry The Fourth, Part 2 Act 3, scene 1, 26–31

  76. tqaztec says: Dec 2, 2014 11:54 AM

    Green Bay looks good.

    Rodgers looks real good.

    But you need to look at their recent playoff history the past three years.

    Don Capers appears come playoff time.

  77. jams56 says: Dec 2, 2014 11:56 AM

    itsnotme549 says:
    Dec 2, 2014 10:34 AM
    Dolphins and Bills are both 7-5. Dolphins beat Bills twice. Yet Buffalo is rated ahead of Miami.

    Yeah, makes perfect sense.

    They split this year and the Bills just destroyed the Jets the week before the Dolphins struggled with them.

  78. iloveagoodnap says: Dec 2, 2014 11:59 AM

    itsnotme549 says:Dec 2, 2014 10:34 AM

    Dolphins and Bills are both 7-5. Dolphins beat Bills twice. Yet Buffalo is rated ahead of Miami.

    Yeah, makes perfect sense.
    ………………
    Miami lost to Buffalo 29-10 in week 2.

  79. flash1287 says: Dec 2, 2014 12:00 PM

    emoney826 says:
    Dec 2, 2014 11:26 AM
    The packers were statistically better than the Patriots in every phase of the game. That game should have been a blowout. 3 red zones only get field goals? That dropped pass in the 4th quarter by Adams was a sure touchdown. This was a blowout. The score just didn’t show it. On a neutral field, I’ll still take the Packers by at least 7.


    It wasn’t a “blowout” because the score said so.

    All this should’ve would’ve could’ve is stupid.

    Yeah it was a “blowout” but NE was 21 yards away from taken the lead with less than 3 min left.

  80. doctorrustbelt says: Dec 2, 2014 12:02 PM

    S-W-E-P-T

  81. atthemurph says: Dec 2, 2014 12:02 PM

    bencoates57 says:
    Dec 2, 2014 10:26 AM
    As a Patriots fan, I was disappointed but encouraged at the same time. Lambeau Field provides the same kind of formidable challenge to visitors that Gillette Stadium, CenturyLink, and whatever the heck they’re calling Mile High these days provides. Losing 26-21 and having a chance to win it in the end, despite getting pushed around, bodes very well for the Patriots should they meet on a neutral field. I have every confidence the Pats would have pulled this one out if it were played in Gillette. And I’m glad the Pats saw the best the Pack had to offer. Belichick could use some more intel.

    But yes, what a great team the Packers are. This is a far better team than that sham model that started 15-1 and got blown out by the Giants at home in the first round. Every team the Pack played that year either started a rookie QB or a new QB or else was in the middle of a long losing streak. (I had never seen a run of luck like the Packers sked that year). But this year’s version is for real. Hoping for a SB rematch, my only concern is the Pack may not be able to get past the Hawks or 49ers (should the 49ers even make the playoffs) despite being the better team.
    ——————————————————————–

    I give the Pats credit for keeping a game that by all rights should have been a blow out close. Green Bay played a good game but by no means did they play great. they had a great game plan put together by a great coach but the play on the field was only good.

    A dropped pass by a rookie, a ball thrown slightly behind Nelson that’s broken up and a Brady passed that was tipped all saved NE touchdowns. Could easily have been a 38-21 type score had GB been a little sharper.

    Your take on the 2011 team is weird. GB played: Brees, Newton (rookie), Cutler, Orton (twice), Ryan, Bradford, Ponder twice (rookie), Rivers, Freeman, Stafford (twice), E. Manning, C Palmer, McKown. The longest losing streak an opponent brought into a game v. GB was chicago with 4 and they sucked because they’re the bears.

    GB also beat 13-3 Saints, 8-8 bears twice, 8-8 Broncos, 10-6 ATL, 8-8 SD, 10-6 Det twice, 9-7 NYG.

    The reason they didn’t go anywhere is because the defense was wiped out by injuries and you aren’t going to win in the playoffs with 4 turnovers.

    This years Packers team has a better OL, a better defense at the same point in the season and a better QB. But if they have 4 turnovers in their fist playoff game their going to lose too. Just the way it is.

  82. flash1287 says: Dec 2, 2014 12:04 PM

    dolfan66r says:
    Dec 2, 2014 11:23 AM
    Dolphins at 16? Really. 3 plays away from being 10-2. Late season collapse maybe but if they beat the Ravens on Sunday they can reverse that! San Diego scored 34 on Ravens and Miami shut the Chargers out!


    “3 plays away from being 10-2”

    Stop, every team in the league can say they 2-3 plays from winning a couple more games or losing a couple more that that matter

    They are what they are 7-5 and fighting for there playoff lives.

  83. donny05 says: Dec 2, 2014 12:04 PM

    Eagles 42-9 over seahawks this weekend.

  84. schmitty2 says: Dec 2, 2014 12:06 PM

    For all of you that use the lame “we should be higher than that team because we beat that team” excuse let me remind you…the Rams have beaten the Hawks, Broncos and 49ers. Does that mean they should be ranked ahead of them? NO!!!!

  85. igotgamenj says: Dec 2, 2014 12:09 PM

    This just in Miami is the 6th seed as of right now and that is true power rankings… numbers don’t lie

  86. justintuckrule says: Dec 2, 2014 12:10 PM

    Not saying this because I’m an Eagle hater but I don’t see that team winning a single playoff game (again).

  87. igotgamenj says: Dec 2, 2014 12:12 PM

    If Miami wins and NE loses the next Game in NE would be for first place in the division…just saying

  88. trefkennedy says: Dec 2, 2014 12:13 PM

    I’ll take that number 8 spot, it’s still team Cowboys

  89. longtimefanhtr says: Dec 2, 2014 12:14 PM

    longtimefanhtr says:
    Seahawks back??? Defensively maybe but that offense isn’t last years.
    ———————————————————-
    Keep in mind that they had 3 TD’s called back on… let’s say marginal calls, & Pete Carroll showed mercy. Otherwise they would have beaten the Cardinals 32-3 and the 49ers 27-0. The lack of offense is in your hopes, not in reality.
    ———————————————————

    Every team can count circumstance that make them look better. Ifs and buts.

  90. t8ertot says: Dec 2, 2014 12:15 PM

    Bashing Andy Dalton seems like the cool thing to do. Not surprising considering people hate on red heads for whatever reason. Anyways, imagine how good the bengals can be when he’s on point. They win despite his bad performances, which just goes to show you how good the TEAM is.

    Who Dey

  91. marty2020 says: Dec 2, 2014 12:15 PM

    Jags: 28th!! Moving on up!! Go Jags!!

  92. f1restarter says: Dec 2, 2014 12:19 PM

    Packer haters:

    1. The Packers are a far better team than the one that lost to the Seahawks in week 1. In Lambeau, it’s Packers 38, Seattle 13.

    2. Against the Patriots, Green Bay left 10 points on the field. And yes, they could definitely win in a neutral stadium.

    3. The Packers are without question the best team in the NFL at this point. We’ll see what happens the rest of the way.

    4. Way too much love for the Minnesota Vikings in this list. They’re ranked far too high.

  93. longtimefanhtr says: Dec 2, 2014 12:19 PM

    Seahawks back??? Defensively maybe but that offense isn’t last years.
    ============================

    They are leading the league in rushing and have the highest rushing DVOA since the 2000 Rams. That offense is not mediocre like perception would have you believe.
    ——————————————————-

    Yes they still rush the ball well. But Seahawk receivers are pedestrian. It’s easier to game plan for them now without much of a wide receiver threat.

  94. low0r says: Dec 2, 2014 12:21 PM

    “Whether the Titans should have kept Ryan Fitzpatrick is a lot easier to figure out than 93 times 97.”

    Wait wait wait… you actually think Fitzmagic could help this god awful Titans team in any way at all? Didnt he get benched in Houston as well?!?!

  95. jnks10 says: Dec 2, 2014 12:23 PM

    justintuckrule says:
    Dec 2, 2014 12:10 PM
    Not saying this because I’m an Eagle hater but I don’t see that team winning a single playoff game (again).
    ————————-

    If they don’t get the bye they most likely play at home AZ without a QB (they lost to them on the road vs Palmer by a yard and a half), Dallas (who they killed), or San Fran (who they lost to on the road by a yard and a half without 3 starting O linemen). Your telling me that your hatrid for the eagles tells you theres no way you can see them winning against those teams. No way? Come on man.

  96. leatherface2012 says: Dec 2, 2014 12:25 PM

    SWAP GREEN BAY WITH OAKLAND, AND THAT I CAN AGREE WITH

  97. danisstillglorious13 says: Dec 2, 2014 12:25 PM

    Hey guys, what do you think about the Miami Dolphins being in the drivers seat for a playoff spot—–IT DOESNT MATTER WHAT YOU THINK!!!

  98. tokyosandblaster says: Dec 2, 2014 12:29 PM

    The Packers couldn’t account for Percy Harvin in week one against the seahawks.

    He would probably do the same thing against them in the playoffs, right?

    Exactly.

    The Packers playing their best game would obliterate the Seahawks right now…winning by three to four touchdowns.

  99. kevishu says: Dec 2, 2014 12:29 PM

    Apparently, some people believe that how a team starts a season is how they finish it. As if no evolution and adjustments ever take place. Good teams work on their weaknesses throughout the season. I see many comments from people referring to the Packers’ first week loss to the Seahawks and 3rd week loss to Detroit as the defining moments that dictate how the Packers are as a team. I’ll take today’s Packers any day over the mess they brought out on the field to start the season. I won’t even bother to argue any further. You get my point.

    And what’s the deal with saying “well if Packers played at Gillett, it’d be a different story”. So what you’re saying is that if you give your team home field advantage, you’d win, too? Wow, so you feel you need to have home field advantage to be able to talk big and brag about winning. I hope you realize flaw in your argument.

  100. chawk12thman says: Dec 2, 2014 12:29 PM

    This isn’t the standings, which are what they are. If this ranking is “power” and based only on this next week…..I think the rankings are fine. I would have Philly ahead of Seattle only based on their home field venue, but think it is a push.

    Last Season I got my own power ranking correct………right after the SB completed. Until then, I was all over the place. After this next week it may be a little easier to rank, but not by much.

    The NFL did a great job this season in setting up a schedule that means a great deal for each team in the playoff hunt.

  101. no1billsfan says: Dec 2, 2014 12:40 PM

    The Bills are in perfect position to shock the NFL community with a win in Denver this weekend. May the soul of Ralph Wilson Jr be honored with a punishing victory against a formidable opponent. The time has come to impose thy will and command respect.

  102. volforlife75 says: Dec 2, 2014 12:41 PM

    It’s funny how everyone gets all bent out of shape about these rankings.

    “But, this team beat that team, they should be higher!”

    It’s not rankings based on who beat who, it’s based on how the teams are currently playing.

  103. honeybadger14 says: Dec 2, 2014 12:43 PM

    I remember you had the Dolphins ranked 31st in the preseason.

    Hopefully the Ravens take them as lightly as you do this week.

  104. packergator says: Dec 2, 2014 12:54 PM

    Keep in mind the Seattle D has dominated the Cardinals and 49ers the last two weeks – both offensively challenged. Their D looks strong but I’m still not sold on the passing game.

  105. realmenwearstripes says: Dec 2, 2014 12:59 PM

    Power is who’s hot and who’s not.

    The Bengals have won three straight on the road. Number 7 and climbing. #WhoDey?

  106. justintuckrule says: Dec 2, 2014 1:09 PM

    @jnks – They lost at home last year to a team that never won a road playoff game in their history (N.O.). If they host another playoff game, they’ll have all the pressure and I don’t trust their defense or Mark Sanchez.

    Phi would actually be better off not winning a bye. If they get the second bye (GB will likely get #1), they will likely draw a hardened Seattle team. Not good. If they get a 3 or 4 seed, then maybe they host AZ, Dal, SF or Det. They should be able to beat Dal but the other 3 teams have top ranked defenses that travel well in the cold and your qb is Sanchez which is still a scary thought b/c he’s guaranteed for 2 turnovers which you can’t have in the playoffs.

  107. goodguyattorney says: Dec 2, 2014 1:11 PM

    Hard to believe that there are six teams worse than my Panthers.

  108. 12444uggg says: Dec 2, 2014 1:18 PM

    Remember when the Colts shut out the Bengals?

  109. 504to757 says: Dec 2, 2014 1:22 PM

    the packers aren’t the #1 team

    -saints fans

  110. slugbaitspace says: Dec 2, 2014 1:26 PM

    ravensfan8780 says:
    Dec 2, 2014 10:27 AM
    Buffalo is the best team in New York
    ———————-
    Buffalo is the ONLY team in New York

  111. narfmoo12 says: Dec 2, 2014 1:28 PM

    azcardsfan4life says: Dec 2, 2014 10:52 AM

    How can the Eagles be ahead of the Cardinals when they BEAT them? Yeaaaah, perrrrfect sense………..

    —————————

    It’s because your team has scored 1 offensive TD in 3 weeks, and neither starting QB from that matchup is healthy.

  112. Frazier28/7 says: Dec 2, 2014 1:29 PM

    still obsessed with the vikings even though your team is ‘ranked’ number one, eh packer trolls?

    ha pack ha, obsession is a stinky cologne

  113. jnks10 says: Dec 2, 2014 1:32 PM

    justintuckrule says:
    Dec 2, 2014 1:09 PM
    @jnks – They lost at home last year to a team that never won a road playoff game in their history (N.O.). If they host another playoff game, they’ll have all the pressure and I don’t trust their defense or Mark Sanchez.

    Phi would actually be better off not winning a bye. If they get the second bye (GB will likely get #1), they will likely draw a hardened Seattle team. Not good. If they get a 3 or 4 seed, then maybe they host AZ, Dal, SF or Det. They should be able to beat Dal but the other 3 teams have top ranked defenses that travel well in the cold and your qb is Sanchez which is still a scary thought b/c he’s guaranteed for 2 turnovers which you can’t have in the playoffs.
    ————————-

    So what happened last year counts for this year for the Eagles? And what happened through the Saints history accounted for what happened in the game last year? So if the saints won a bunch of road playoff games in the 80s would it be different? Not sure how you can compare the 2. It’s pretty obvious your being bias against the eagles and I’m strictly trying to point out theres no way you can sit here and say Yea i don’t see it happening at all. Could they lose, certainly, but theres no way as of today you say no shot. And you mean the same Sanchez that took the jets to the AFC championship game not once but twice? Is that the guy your saying has no chance of winning playoff games?

  114. mancave001 says: Dec 2, 2014 1:35 PM

    azcardsfan4life says:
    Dec 2, 2014 10:52 AM
    How can the Eagles be ahead of the Cardinals when they BEAT them? Yeaaaah, perrrrfect sense………..
    —————

    As an Eagles fan, I can understand that thinking. But in fairness that was 6 weeks ago or whatever. We had very incosistent OL and QB play, and still almost knocked you off at home. Since then your Cards have lost their QB and are playing poorly over the last 2 weeks. We just beat Dallas in their own building, and it wasn’t even close. Are you really telling me you think your team is better right now? I honestly don’t.

  115. mancave001 says: Dec 2, 2014 1:40 PM

    mrwalterisgod says:
    Dec 2, 2014 11:12 AM
    Would you really rank a Mark Sanchez team above the Seahawks? Some of you need to come to grips with reality.

    “But, but, the Eagles are 9-3, Seattle 8-4! Eagles are clearly better!”

    Are they? Do you have that much faith in Mark Sanchez? Well you’ll get to find out on Sunday. This isn’t Dallas’ defense coming to town mind you…
    ————————-

    I don’t think most Eagles fan would say we are “clearly” better. I think it’s more the fact that we’re below them in the rankings despite a better record, leading our division, and that we’re favored this weekend (by 1.5, admittedly).

    I expect this game to be very close. I can certainly see us dropping it. Russell Wilson, Lynch and that defense scare me. However, if we win and look decent doing it, I’m thinking the sky’s the limit for this Eagles team. Can’t wait for the home crowd on Sunday!

  116. beastmode5150 says: Dec 2, 2014 1:43 PM

    Those of you that say the Seahawks offense is bad have short memories. They were i believe 28th in the league in offense last year. Denver was the best offense maybe ever last year, and how did that work out for them in the Superbowl? Good teams play Defense and Run the ball, both of which the Seahawks do better than almost all teams. I cannot WAIT to attend my first away Hawks game this week in Philly. I think Philadelphia and Seattle are the 2nd and 3rd best teams in the NFC (GB is one right now, sorry, even if the Hawks beat them badly).

  117. lionslapdick says: Dec 2, 2014 1:45 PM

    Congrats Packers! You now have a chance to finish 10-6 and with a bit of help get a wild card spot.

    Glad to see you playing your best football in week 13.

  118. seahawkz4life says: Dec 2, 2014 1:54 PM

    Seattle has to make a point this week. They stop the eagles and control the game from the start…. that will say alot about this smash-mouth team. Idk how they will stop Lynch/Wilson and how Sanchez will throw under constant pressure. Com’on hawks!!!

  119. azarkhan says: Dec 2, 2014 2:04 PM

    14 straight years of winning seasons–the New England Patriots, the gold standard of the NFL.

  120. jr4real says: Dec 2, 2014 2:26 PM

    The Patriots are certainly not the Gold Standard. Obvious why.

  121. daytontriangles says: Dec 2, 2014 2:35 PM

    Personally, I wouldn’t have ranked the Raiders that high on the list.

  122. olcap says: Dec 2, 2014 2:55 PM

    Aaron Rodgers snickers at your ranking of the Stealers at #11

  123. richiethegreek says: Dec 2, 2014 3:03 PM

    JustinTuckRule is just PRAYING (please,please,please) that the Eagles dont turn out to be what he actually thinks they are. Your not foolin me, bro.

  124. sullijo1 says: Dec 2, 2014 3:11 PM

    If you’re not named the Packers, Patriots, Broncos, Eagles, or Seahawks….it doesn’t matter….you’re not winning the Super Bowl.

    Top 5 are correct – put them in whatever order you want.

  125. danisstillglorious13 says: Dec 2, 2014 3:14 PM

    Hey what happened the last time the Dolphins played the Patriots Steelers Bengals Browns Colts Jets Falcons Bears Rams Jags Chargers Raiders Seahawks Bills? THEY EARN THAT HATE AND WE LOVE IT

  126. billybone says: Dec 2, 2014 3:23 PM

    If I worked for PFT, my favorite day of the week would be Tuesday’s Power Rankings just to laugh at everybody who blows a gasket over a list that doesn’t mean anything other than PFT’s opinion. It’s only an opinion folks, NFL standings are the true power rankings.

  127. gdive says: Dec 2, 2014 3:24 PM

    Rams about 5 spots too low!!

  128. bordner says: Dec 2, 2014 3:29 PM

    schmitty2 says:
    Dec 2, 2014 12:06 PM

    For all of you that use the lame “we should be higher than that team because we beat that team” excuse let me remind you…the Rams have beaten the Hawks, Broncos and 49ers. Does that mean they should be ranked ahead of them? NO!!!!
    ——————-
    Well… maybe the 49ers.

  129. steelerswillbefine says: Dec 2, 2014 3:46 PM

    cruzan80, it’s because the Ravens are 3-5 in the afc, 3-4 I think against winning teams.

  130. redcard2 says: Dec 2, 2014 3:57 PM

    Saints are going to end up with a home playoff game and throw a wrench in the wild card’s season. Crazier things have happened.

  131. chuckatderrickshelbydotcom says: Dec 2, 2014 4:03 PM

    Well I would have alot more respect for them if they would admit they were wroooong and rank the Phins properly instead hoping for a collapse to say we told you so. Hey Bills fans, these are power rankings with losses to all playoff contenders most on the road and only 2 losses in recent memory in the final minutes and they hold the sixth seed with wins over the Patsies and Chargers by a combine score of 70 to 20. The Pats beat the Jets at home by the skin of there teeth on a last second missed field but for them a wins a win right? for Miami it means they got lucky.

  132. justintuckrule says: Dec 2, 2014 5:06 PM

    @richiethegreek – dam skippy my man. I’m pray, pray, praying you get knocked out again. Let me tell you why:

    I really have nothing against Eagles fans. Sure, you’re all missing a brain cell or a tooth here and there but what I really fear if you win is that our rivalry will suffer the same way that the Yankees Red Sox rivalry suffered after the Sox won. Games thereafter lose all steam and fun.

    You guys won’t egg our buses anymore and we won’t get into “you have zero sbs” crap talk anymore and the whole rivalry just goes bland. I’m sorry that this whole thing is at your expense of not experiencing a SB win but I was on the other end of it when my NY Rangers hadn’t won since 1940 (from Devils fans) and those were the best rivalry years ever. Since 1994, hockey hasn’t been the same since we won the cup that year.

    @jnx10 – you can’t talk about the Saints game last year being ancient history and then start talking about your faith in Sanchez since he won playoff games 4+ years ago. That’s Eagles fans logic and you lose us there.

  133. magikskillz says: Dec 2, 2014 5:43 PM

    My Rankings: BTW Im a Chargers fan!

    1. Packers
    2. Patriots
    3. Broncos
    4. Eagles
    5. Cardinals
    6. Seahawks
    7. Colts
    8. Bengals
    9. Lions
    10. Dolphins
    11. Chargers
    12. Cowboys
    13. Bills
    14. 49ers
    15. Chiefs
    16. Browns
    17. Ravens
    18. Steelers (I’d put them above ravens but they lost to Bucs and Jets… nuff said)
    19. Texans
    20. Rams
    21. Falcons
    22. Saints
    23. Vikings
    24. Bears
    25. Redskins
    26. Jaguars
    27. Bucs
    28. Titans
    29. Panthers
    30.Giants
    31. Jets
    32. Raiders

  134. 12hawksfan1976 says: Dec 2, 2014 6:01 PM

    “Green Bay Packers (last week No. 2; 9-3): If/when they face the Seahawks again, chances are the Packers will simply run their offense without worrying about who’s playing defense.”

    Sorta sounds like the Broncos write-up before Super Bowl XLVIII…

  135. bemecomics says: Dec 2, 2014 6:09 PM

    “Seahawks back??? Defensively maybe but that offense isn’t last years.”

    They’ve won 5 out of 6 games. Dominated the 49ers and the Cardinals. Blew out the Giants a few weeks before that. The offense isn’t much different at this point than last year. In fact the Seahawks average 169 rushing yards per game which is #1 in the NFL.

    This is the identity of the Seahawks. Rush the ball. Play shutdown D. It’s the same formula from last year and going into the homestretch, Russell Wilson has a starting record of 8-2 in the month of December with a margin of victory being by an average of 25.2 points.

  136. VenerableAxiom says: Dec 2, 2014 8:57 PM

    fins32 says:
    Dolphins are ranked too low
    ——-
    Well lets remember, they started out at 31 on this sorry excuse for rankings. Just how much crow do you expect them to consume? Even if the Fins got to the SB, these guys would have the ranked at 12, with the steelers ahead of them of course.

  137. stagedoorjohnny says: Dec 2, 2014 9:05 PM

    Why is there the assumption that Green Bay will have the best record in the NFC and thus might be playing all home playoff games at Lambeau Field?
    Heck, one loss for the Packers and a win out for Seahawks potentially might have the Packers back in Seattle again.
    But then again, I won’t assume.

  138. VenerableAxiom says: Dec 2, 2014 10:24 PM

    Don’t say anything about the steelers being overrated, they don’t the nads to let it through.

  139. tedmurph says: Dec 2, 2014 10:42 PM

    5 contenders left.

  140. mp4pack says: Dec 2, 2014 10:45 PM

    Seahawks fan still claiming the fail mary was a catch. That’s so cute.

  141. jhein23 says: Dec 2, 2014 10:55 PM

    I agree with the list. Personally think the best teams are – Packers, Patriots, Seahawks, Broncos. I’m rooting for a Packers vs Chargers Super Bowl. I think Aaron Rodgers is the MVP, Demarco Murray Offensive Player of the Year and JJ Watt Defensive Player of the Year.

    Skip Bayless is a troll everything Aaron Rodgers said about him years ago is the truth. People are finally starting to realize.

  142. kimbo71006 says: Dec 3, 2014 10:15 AM

    14 straight years of winning seasons–the New England Patriots, the gold standard of the NFL.

    —————————————————-
    No wonder, look at the teams in their division. Pop them into another division and let’s see how they roll…

  143. kamthechancellor says: Dec 3, 2014 11:58 AM

    Foolish little fanboys. Seattle has been running this offense for three seasons now. They smash you in the mouth. Then their defense smashes you in the mouth. It’s a ground and pound UFC fight. And they’re young and in their prime. Hate all you want, Seattle is formidable.

  144. footballfan825 says: Dec 3, 2014 3:11 PM

    Vikings should be #1. Just kidding I’m surprised they even made the list.

  145. babygaga19 says: Dec 3, 2014 11:49 PM

    Can we just give the Raiders a permanent number 32? They have owned it for over a decade.

  146. pabillsfan says: Dec 7, 2014 12:34 PM

    itsnotme549 says:

    Dec 2, 2014 10:34 AM
    Dolphins and Bills are both 7-5. Dolphins beat Bills twice. Yet Buffalo is rated ahead of Miami.

    Yeah, makes perfect sense.

    You didn’t beat the Bills twice, you dope. We crushed you the first game, and you slipped past us the second. Know what your talking about.

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