Week Eight power rankings

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1. Eagles (7-1; No. 1): If the Dolphins were trying to send a message to Jay Ajayi by trading him to the best team in football, he’s probably not upset about receiving it.

2. Patriots (6-2; No. 2): “The Patriots might choose Jimmy Garoppolo over Tom Brady.”

3. Steelers (6-2; No. 3): Today, JuJu Smith-Schuster supplants Martavis Bryant. Eventually, he’ll supplant Antonio Brown.

4. Chiefs (6-2; No. 4): If the Denver offense wasn’t so bad, the Kansas City offense wouldn’t have been nearly good enough to deliver a win on Monday night.

5. Seahawks (5-2; No. 5): It’s nice to see the Seahawks finally admit that it’s important to have good offensive linemen.

6. Vikings (6-2; No. 6): Isn’t the team hosting the Super Bowl supposed to be jinxed?

7. Bills (5-2; No. 8): They can make it to the playoffs, but can they win once they get there?

8. Rams (5-2; No. 7): The arrival of Duane Brown in Seattle will make it even harder for the Rams to topple Seattle.

9. Saints (5-2; No. 10): When are we going to not be surprised by what the Saints are doing?

10. Panthers (5-3; No. 12): Cam Newton says he doesn’t want to be Debbie Downer, but he reserves the right to periodically be Petey McPoutenpout.

11. Falcons (4-3; No. 14): It rained so hard on the Falcons in New Jersey on Sunday that their stadium is leaking.

12. Texans (3-4; No. 11): Few losses in recent years have been more encouraging for a franchise than Houston’s loss in Seattle.

13. Washington (3-4; No. 13): They lost on Sunday, but they won on Monday when Kirk Cousins lost a major potential suitor for 2018.

14. Titans (4-3; No. 15): They’ll need to perform better than they did in Cleveland, if they hope to keep pace in the AFC South.

15. Jaguars (4-3; No. 17): Hopefully the bye week broke the good-week-bad-week streak.

16. Cowboys (4-3; No. 18): The Ezekiel Elliott suspension could keep the Cowboys out of the playoffs, and get the Commissioner out of a job.

17. Ravens (4-4; No. 27): Given how well they perform against the Patriots and Dolphins, the Ravens should petition for relocation to the AFC East.

18. Dolphins (4-3; No. 9): That the Dolphins are 4-3 despite a pair of shutouts in which they gave up 60 total points is the best evidence for a league that will continue to be completely unpredictable for the rest of the year, and hopefully beyond.

19. Lions (3-4; No. 16): The highest-paid quarterback can’t buy touchdowns without a running game.

20. Chargers (3-5; No. 19): Dan Orlovsky feels bad for Travis Benjamin.

21. Raiders (3-5; No. 20): A season-saving win followed by a season-jeopardizing win is no way to go through the middle portion of a season.

22. Packers (4-3; No. 22): It’s good that they used the bye week to bolster the roster through trades and free-agency signings. Wait, this is the Packers we’re talking about.

23. Bengals (3-4; No. 25): Being just good enough to beat the Colts at home isn’t nearly good enough to avoid major changes after the season.

24. Broncos (3-4; No. 21): Maybe John Elway should just play quarterback.

25. Bears (3-5; No. 23): They were dressed like the Super Bowl XX Bears, and they were playing in the same stadium. But that wasn’t Tony Eason and the ’85 Patriots on the other side of the line.

26. Jets (3-5; No. 24): “Hey, why didn’t we get a chance to give up way too much to get Jimmy Garoppolo?”

27. Buccaneers (2-5; No. 26): They’ve never signed a quarterback they drafted to a second contract. Why do I suddenly have a feeling this will continue?

28. Colts (2-6; No. 28): Suck for Luck. Suck with Luck. Suck without Luck. Just plain suck.

29. Cardinals (3-4; No. 29): The good news is they won’t have to face Jimmy Garoppolo this week. The better news is they’re playing the 49ers.

30. Giants (1-6; No. 30): It sounds like coach Ben McAdoo and G.M. Jerry Reese used the bye week to cycle through the various stages of grief and arrive at acceptance.

31. 49ers (0-8; No. 31): “Jimmy’s new in town. Jimmy doesn’t see as many people in the stands as Jimmy used to.”

32. Browns (0-8; No. 32): The jersey with all the names of the failed quarterbacks who have played for the franchise can now be supplemented with a jersey displaying the names of all the franchise quarterbacks they’ve failed to acquire.

105 responses to “Week Eight power rankings

  1. All I know is if the Redskins had a Quarterback with more guts they would be #1 on this list. Kirk Cousins is not good enough for this franchise and quite frankly, a loser. Year 6 and he still is scared of the big time moments meanwhile you have Watson doing his thing as a rookie. We are not a yolkel middle of nowhere town like Philadelphia, Jacksonville or Minnesota who is happy just being atop these lists in October but we all just know will do nothing in the playoffs like always, no matter what moves they make because they are just losing franchise and will never change. We are the Washington Redskins, we win Superbowls in this town. We breed winners. Kirk Cousins is not a winner and does not deserve to be the highest paid QB in football. I do not endorse him going foward.

  2. Cowboys too low. Nothing to show the other backs can’t be effective. And Prescott has shown to produce TD’s when the run game is less effective. Prior to last week, he was on a roll with 3+ TD’s/game.

  3. I’ll give you credit. When you think a team is good, you don’t give up on them until the very end. You finally gave up on the packers. Pretty soon you’ll realize this isn’t the Seahawks team from a few years ago.

  4. 22. Packers (4-3; No. 22): It’s good that they used the bye week to bolster the roster through trades and free-agency signings. Wait, this is the Packers we’re talking about.

    ——————————————————————————

    So who exactly are they supposed to be trading for or signing that will replace the production of a HOF QB?

    Its absolutely amazing that Florio is employed.

  5. The Eagles are flying high. A well balanced team just got better. I find it HILARIOUS listening to whiners like Logical referring to past glories in a crappy DC dysfunctional town. Philly is it. Better on every way. Especially on Sunday.

  6. logicalvoicesays says:
    October 31, 2017 at 12:27 pm
    We are not a yolkel middle of nowhere town like Philadelphia, Jacksonville or Minnesota who is happy just being atop these lists in October but we all just know will do nothing in the playoffs like always, no matter what moves they make because they are just losing franchise and will never change. We are the Washington Redskins, we win Superbowls in this town. We breed winners. Kirk Cousins is not a winner and does not deserve to be the highest paid QB in football. I do not endorse him going foward.
    —————–

    1). Minnesota isn’t a town
    2). Philadelphia in the middle of nowhere?…
    3). Your team hasn’t won the Super Bowl in 25 years, you will be back at the bottom searching for a new QB next year when Kirk Cousins leaves. Be careful what you wish for.

  7. 6. Vikings (6-2; No. 6): Isn’t the team hosting the Super Bowl supposed to be jinxed?

    Hopefully, with everything that took place last year it took care of all the jinxes for last year AND this year.

  8. “We are the Washington Redskins, we win Superbowls in this town.”

    No, you’re bottom feeders who haven’t sniffed a Super Bowl in a long long time. Always hilarious to see you post your insane rants.

  9. I must say, it’s nice to the Bills and the Rams in the top 10. I would have figured they would be bottom 5 teams before this season started. I also think the Saints are out performing expectations. In terms of Underachievers, the Giants and Bucs would get my vote.

  10. This is the closest to correct I’ve ever seen the PFT Power Rankings. I’d bump the Jags up to 12 and leave the rest as-is. Good job!

  11. Google “inferiority complex” and notice the Viking logo that pops up. That team and their pathetic fan base are riding high now but watch out for that inevitable swoon to begin in less than two short weeks. SKOLOLOLOL!

  12. I’m not convinced that the Eagles can beat the Patriots, Chiefs (because they’ve already lost to them), or Steelers.

  13. logicalvoicesays says:
    October 31, 2017 at 12:27 pm
    All I know is if the Redskins had a Quarterback with more guts they would be #1 on this list. Kirk Cousins is not good enough for this franchise and quite frankly, a loser. Year 6 and he still is scared of the big time moments meanwhile you have Watson doing his thing as a rookie. We are not a yolkel middle of nowhere town like Philadelphia, Jacksonville or Minnesota who is happy just being atop these lists in October but we all just know will do nothing in the playoffs like always, no matter what moves they make because they are just losing franchise and will never change. We are the Washington Redskins, we win Superbowls in this town. We breed winners. Kirk Cousins is not a winner and does not deserve to be the highest paid QB in football. I do not endorse him going forward.

    – – –

    You are arguably the funniest, most enjoyable read on this trash site. I remember all of those hilarious jokes you used to make about that RGB fellow. The one from those Subway ads. I think he’s on Dancing with the Stars now, but I digress. I wish you would spin some more yarn about that guy. Great, funny stuff!

  14. HA HA…Logicalvoices continues his act. Washington Football Team doesn’t even know what the top of power rankings smell like in October or any other time of year. Have they ever been higher than 5?

  15. threeptplay says:
    October 31, 2017 at 12:39 pm
    22. Packers (4-3; No. 22): It’s good that they used the bye week to bolster the roster through trades and free-agency signings. Wait, this is the Packers we’re talking about.

    ——————————————————————————

    So who exactly are they supposed to be trading for or signing that will replace the production of a HOF QB?
    /////////////////
    Your new QB has about 200 yards passing with 1 TD, 2 fumbles, and 4 int’s in two games. With a rating of about 40. There has to be at least 50 QB’s that could do that, or better.

  16. 4. Chiefs (6-2; No. 4): If the Denver offense wasn’t so bad, the Kansas City offense wouldn’t have been nearly good enough to deliver a win on Monday night.

    And if the Chiefs Offense had played better it would have been a blowout. Should’ve been 21-0 at the end of the 1st qtr until Andy tried to get cute with that Tyreek Hill throwing an interception thing. Sometimes the “Offensive Genius” outsmarts himself.

  17. madddogg365 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 12:48 pm
    Vikings are hosting the Super Bowl, & like the Chiefs, IF they make the post season, will implode like always.
    /////////
    Did you just predict the Vikings and Chiefs won’t make the playoffs???

  18. More viking fans commenting on the packers, who didn’t even play. Talk about your own teams rank, and not who may or may not be able to beat the packers without AR.

    Is this real life? sad, LOL

  19. The Vikings have played Brees, Big Ben, Stafford, Rodgers, and Flacco. 5 SB wins and 1 highest paid QB in the NFL. And with their third choice at QB and now no starting RB. And they are 6-2. I’m not saying Keenum is taking them to the SB, but I’m not not saying that they can beat any team in the NFL right now.

  20. If your team plays the Falcons in the playoffs, is it against the rules to fill the stadium with water and soak the balls in a bucket beforehand? Matt Ryan no likey the slippery balls.

  21. Google “inferiority complex” and notice the Viking logo that pops up. That team and their pathetic fan base are riding high now but watch out for that inevitable swoon to begin in less than two short weeks. SKOLOLOLOL!

    >>>

    I’d rather be associated with fanbase that doesn’t constantly mock Korey Stringer, 35W, roofers safety and child abuse to make themselves feel better while not gloating over 9 fake championship in order escape their own pathetic and useless existence. But, I dont have a massive inferiority complex.

  22. The Vikings have played Brees, Big Ben, Stafford, Rodgers, and Flacco. 5 SB wins and 1 highest paid QB in the NFL. And with their third choice at QB and now no starting RB. And they are 6-2. I’m not saying Keenum is taking them to the SB, but I’m not not saying that they can beat any team in the NFL right now.
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    lost to Big Ben, Lost to Stafford, Rodgers got hurt and Baltimore and Flacco stink…..you have now one quality win. Schedule is tougher from here out purples….I see 1-4, maybe 2-3 to bring you back to earth.

  23. getsome636 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 12:59 pm

    Vikings are way too high. They should be 20-17 or so.

    ÷÷÷÷

    That is just silly even for a Packer fan to write.

  24. aarons444 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:19 pm

    The Pacekrs didn’t lose last week.

    Life is good…

    ÷÷÷

    Yet, they still lost ground in the standings to the Vikings.

    Yes, life is good…

  25. ariani1985 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:09 pm

    watching the Packer trolls head explode will be entertaining!! this power ranking is what they skip work for!
    ____

    When did they get jobs?

  26. I want to see Chiefs vs Eagles in the Super Bowl.

    I used to be a Steelers fan, but I find that team too difficult to root for anymore. Part of me would love to see Ben get one last ring, but otherwise I hate everything about Tomlin’s bunch of prima-donnas. I don’t think they can get past the Pats anyway.

    The Chiefs are a fitting team to take that honor. It’s hard not to like Alex Smith at this point. Everyone has derided him and called him a game manager and he’s playing like he’s got something to prove. And as much as I have loathed the Eagles in the past, they’re kind of a like-able bunch now with that defense and Carson Wentz at the helm and Chip Kelly long gone.

  27. Pretty sure the Colts remark was stolen from the comments on a Colts article a few days ago, but at least we’re all in agreement for once.

  28. Who cares if Buffalo wins a post-season game, they got there, and that’s what matters. This team is clearly building a foundation for sustained success. I mean, in august, with this roster, did you think “Playoff team”? Did you think “Half game back of the division lead”? No, you didn’t. Now, you have both of those things to think about, combined with 6 picks in the early rounds of the draft to bolster a “playoff” team. We want success in Buffalo, sure, but I am fine with taking it one step at a time. No flash in the pan, I want meaningful games in December for the foreseeable future, not just this season. I still think we are a top-10 team, considering IF they ever get the passing game going, how do you plan on stopping a team that takes the ball away, plays incredible defense, runs the ball, and now can pick up the chunk plays? Without turning it over.

  29. My biggest concern with the Vikings is that every time they go into the bye week with a goo record, they come back afterwards looking drowsy and out of touch. Historically, that it.

  30. In Teddy We Trust says:

    October 31, 2017 at 1:29 pm

    ariani1985 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:09 pm

    watching the Packer trolls head explode will be entertaining!! this power ranking is what they skip work for!
    ____

    When did they get jobs?
    \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

    they are all holding shovels outside the stadium waiting to clear the snow from the outdated aluminum bleachers… might be waiting a while….

  31. 8. Rams (5-2; No. 7): The arrival of Duane Brown in Seattle will make it even harder for the Rams to topple Seattle.

    As a Rams fan I can say Duane Brown has ZERO to do with the possibility of the Rams toppling Seattle. The Rams need to continue to do what they are doing which is playing solid fundamental football and minimizing mistakes. As it pertains to toppling Seattle head to head, again Brown has zero to do with it. The Rams defense has always done well containing Russell Wilson. What the Rams need to do is find a way to win offensively against that stellar Hawks defense which they failed to do earlier this year. The Dec 17th game in Seattle could have playoff implications and I,for one, am excited at that thought.

  32. Pretty sure the Ravens haven’t played the Patriots this year. The last couple times they played the Patriots knocked them out of the playoffs and the year before beat them in Baltimore 41-7 to all but ruin that playoff run.

  33. Packers didn’t even play last week and they’re still all the Viking fans can talk about. Like they learned nothing from last year. Congrats on narrowly beating the worst team in the league though.

  34. conormacleod says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:08 pm
    madddogg365 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 12:48 pm
    Vikings are hosting the Super Bowl, & like the Chiefs, IF they make the post season, will implode like always.
    /////////
    Did you just predict the Vikings and Chiefs won’t make the playoffs???

    I guess you haven’t learned what IF means…it’s not a positive,…but a maybe. You do realize the season is only half over? Of course you don’t. You can’t comprehend……..

  35. Wow, Florio. If you think the Redskins are better than the Cowboys at this point, I seriously question your knowledge of the NFL. The Redskins haven’t been better than the Cowboys since RG3 left town. The Redskins don’t play quality football. And this year the Skins have no wide receiver or running back group of an NFL caliber. But you’re going to rank the Skins above Dez Bryant, Zeke Elliot and the Dallas Cowboys? Your rankings are supposed to be rankings for today, not 5-10 years from now. You need to rethink that ranking.

  36. So much hate for the Vikings lol. Adam Thielen is one of the best receivers in football. They are top ten in both Defense and offense… with their 3rd string quarterback. There isn’t a single team in the league that scares me

  37. Two weeks ago, Logical said this:

    logicalvoicesays says:
    October 19, 2017 at 10:17 am

    As far as I’m concerned the Redskins are already 5-2. Our next
    competitive game is vs. Seattle because the Green Doormat and Dallas
    are a waste of time.

    —-

    So tell us again how the Eagles and the Cowboys are a “waste of time” again? And Jay Gruden is now 24-30-1. That’s a record of Excellence?

  38. I still don’t feel comfortable with the Patriots at #2. Their red zone offense struggled and Brady had to bend like a voodoo doll to avoid getting hit by Bosa on almost every other play.

  39. threeptplay says:
    October 31, 2017 at 12:39 pm
    22. Packers (4-3; No. 22): It’s good that they used the bye week to bolster the roster through trades and free-agency signings. Wait, this is the Packers we’re talking about.

    ——————————————————————————

    So who exactly are they supposed to be trading for or signing that will replace the production of a HOF QB?

    Its absolutely amazing that Florio is employed.
    —–
    Or you know, build a team so that it doesnt lean so heavily on one player to win. Thats probably a good start.

    Live by the diva, die by the diva.

  40. pkrlvr says:

    October 31, 2017 at 1:47 pm

    Packers didn’t even play last week and they’re still all the Viking fans can talk about. Like they learned nothing from last year. Congrats on narrowly beating the worst team in the league though.
    \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

    actually we smoked the worst team in the league!!!! wasn’t even competitive…. packers are horrible this year. glad you acknowledge it.

  41. Even with a 5-2 record .. the poor Bills get no credit other than your rank of #7. Give credit where credit is due . Which teams are doing more with less?

  42. Footballfan825 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:50 pm
    So much hate for the Vikings lol. Adam Thielen is one of the best receivers in football. They are top ten in both Defense and offense… with their 3rd string quarterback. There isn’t a single team in the league that scares me
    ———————-
    I seriously remember last year, sitting at 5-0 and several of you rubes were having trouble trying to pinpoint a single loss on your remaining schedule.
    It’s hilarious how little some of you people learn from mistakes in the past.
    Lather, rinse and repeat, I guess.

  43. darkneptune73 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:39 pm
    My biggest concern with the Vikings is that every time they go into the bye week with a goo record, they come back afterwards looking drowsy and out of touch. Historically, that it.
    //////
    Apparently, 1 year in a row is now historically…

  44. C’mon Florio, you know better. Keep the Redskins at 13 after losing to the Cowboys soundly in their own house just a few days ago? Still ranking them 3 spots higher than the Boys? Is that just for comment-bait?

  45. wafflestomp says:
    October 31, 2017 at 2:07 pm

    ———————-
    I seriously remember last year
    ///////////
    Whatever keeps you from being depressed about your own team…

  46. senxic says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:11 pm
    More viking fans commenting on the packers, who didn’t even play. Talk about your own teams rank, and not who may or may not be able to beat the packers without AR.

    Is this real life? sad, LOL
    ///////
    No this isn’t real life! We come here to get away from real life. This is pure fun, busting the chops of Packer fans after hearing for all of last year “injuries are no excuse”. Hey, I’d rather the Vikings go 14-2 and lose twice to the Packers every year. But, I’ll take being 6-2 and in the division lead at the halfway point while their team is circling the drain as well. It’s all good!

  47. Or you know, build a team so that it doesnt lean so heavily on one player to win. Thats probably a good start.

    Live by the diva, die by the diva.
    =====

    Or have a coaching staff in place that can develop talent and get the most out of thier players.

  48. There are no Gimmes in the NFL the margin of talent is so small that every team can win!! Just hoping that players stay healthy!

  49. endtimesparty says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:45 pm
    Pretty sure the Ravens haven’t played the Patriots this year. The last couple times they played the Patriots knocked them out of the playoffs and the year before beat them in Baltimore 41-7 to all but ruin that playoff run.

    ————-

    Actually he last time they played was when Harbaugh whined and complained about illegal formations and the Pats dispatched the Ravens from the playoffs. Then he colluded with the Colts to instigate #DeflateGate. The Ravens haven’t recovered since…..neither have the Colts.

  50. jim699 says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:31 pm
    I want to see Chiefs vs Eagles in the Super Bowl.
    ————————————-
    Sorry but it’s going to be the Patriots, maybe the Texans (if they catch NE rusty). Not the Chiefs. You’re probably right about the Eagles.

  51. The Philthydelphia Football team has beaten no of note and hence should be considered only a top ten team, not number one. They are really vaporware. And the same goes for their QB – he is in no way an MVP candidate – that right now should go to the KC quarterback who is having a career and breakout year.

  52. Cardinals at #29? 3-4 and below teams with worse records(and teams they beat) and just above teams with 0-1 wins.

    Power rankings are a joke if they end up 4-4 after this weekends games and they were ranked at #29 beforehand.

  53. threeptplay says:
    October 31, 2017 at 12:39 pm
    22. Packers (4-3; No. 22): It’s good that they used the bye week to bolster the roster through trades and free-agency signings. Wait, this is the Packers we’re talking about.

    ——————————————————————————

    So who exactly are they supposed to be trading for or signing that will replace the production of a HOF QB?

    Its absolutely amazing that Florio is employed.

    ———————

    They could be trying to trade for a QB that can help them win now. I don’t know if there’s one available, but a smart GM would be trying.

  54. pkrlvr says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:47 pm
    Packers didn’t even play last week and they’re still all the Viking fans can talk about. Like they learned nothing from last year. Congrats on narrowly beating the worst team in the league though.

    ——————————-

    The Vikings beat the Packers 23-10. I wouldn’t call that “narrowly”.

  55. 49ers (0-8; No. 31): “Jimmy’s new in town. Jimmy doesn’t see as many people in the stands as Jimmy used to.”
    Now THAT is funny! I’m still laughing two minutes after reading it…

  56. Satanic Hell Creature says:
    October 31, 2017 at 3:20 pm
    pkrlvr says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:47 pm
    Packers didn’t even play last week and they’re still all the Viking fans can talk about. Like they learned nothing from last year. Congrats on narrowly beating the worst team in the league though.

    ——————————-

    The Vikings beat the Packers 23-10. I wouldn’t call that “narrowly”.

    ***

    I think they’re referring to the Browns. In which case, winning by 17 points is considered “narrow.” That line of thinking is how they got themselves through that “narrow” loss to the Falcons in the NFCCG.

  57. I like the Rams fan who says Duane Brown won’t make any difference because they’ve been able to contain Russell Wilson thus far sans Duane Brown.

    What?

    He’s there to help that exact problem. I’m guessing your guys would rather go up against Rees odhiambo but what do I know.

  58. aypeeswhippingstick says:
    October 31, 2017 at 12:52 pm
    Google “inferiority complex” and notice the Viking logo that pops up. That team and their pathetic fan base are riding high now but watch out for that inevitable swoon to begin in less than two short weeks. SKOLOLOLOL!

    *****
    aypeeswhippingstick says:
    October 30, 2017 at 12:40 pm
    Look up the definition of “inferiority complex”. I’d be surprised if the Vikings logo doesn’t appear there in Webster’s dictionary.

    ***

    This joke was SO GOOD, that he had to use it more than once. The delivery was inconsistent, but the persistence on trying to get others to appreciate the joke is admirable.

  59. Anthony Barr is the clock that tolled midnight for the Packers fairy tale.

    At least they won their Super Bowl against the Vikings…wait, no they didnt do that either.

    They might have a chance…no not really.

    Wow, ok good luck staying out of 4th place in the North.

  60. pkrlvr says:
    October 31, 2017 at 1:47 pm
    Packers didn’t even play last week and they’re still all the Viking fans can talk about. Like they learned nothing from last year. Congrats on narrowly beating the worst team in the league though.
    ——————
    May I remind you that YOUR team is yet to play this worst team (in Cleveland), so I wouldn’t be so snarky, if I were you. I could definitely see the hapless Packers being the Browns 1st win. What do you say, folks? Agree with me?

  61. threeptplay says:

    So who exactly are they supposed to be trading for or signing that will replace the production of a HOF QB?
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    So you want your team to just tank the season to get better draft picks?

    Your GM played Russian Roulette with a gun with 5 rounds in it and lost.

    Now you want him to continue to ignore the problem.

    You can always tell a Packer fan, but you can’t tell him much…

  62. Glad to see that the purples can’t enjoy their team’s 6-2 record because they’re triggered by the Packers’ place in a meaningless power ranking.

  63. logicalvoicesays says:
    October 31, 2017 at 12:27 pm

    We are the Washington Redskins, we win Superbowls in this town. We breed winners.

    ============================================

    I guess that’s why your team has zero Super Bowls and an overall losing record in the last quarter-century. Because you “breed winners”….

  64. seabrawk12 says:
    “Really looking forward to Hawks/Eagles match up. Hopefully both teams stay healthy and are at full strength for that game.”

    * news flash bubb… the eagles LT, arguably the best LT in the game, their rock solid MLB – defensive QB, AND the best rb they had are all out.
    Still should be a good game though, I can’t wait, should be a great game regardless of the injuries.

  65. Congrats to the Vikes and their fans, enjoying the thin air in those high altitudes near the top of the list.

    Hope you do not get dizzy up there — takes some getting used to.

  66. Packers didn’t even play last week and they’re still all the Viking fans can talk about. Like they learned nothing from last year. Congrats on narrowly beating the worst team in the league though.

    _________________________________________________________________________________________
    So winning 33-16 is now considered “narrowly beating” another team in the NFL?

  67. If it takes the Ezekiel Elliott suspension to put Roger Goodell out of a job, it will have been worth it.

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