Week 14 power rankings

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1. Steelers (11-2; last week No. 2): They keep playing down to the level of the competition, but they also keep beating the competition.

2. Patriots (10-3; last week No. 1): The Patriots have a clear winning-in-Miami problem, even if Bill Belichick won’t admit it.

3. Eagles (11-2; No. 4): It’s up to Nick Foles and/or Nate Sudfeld to keep them in the top three.

4. Vikings (10-3; No. 3): Glass half full, the Vikings never gave up on Sunday. Glass half empty, the injuries are piling up.

5. Jaguars (9-4; No. 9): A bye week isn’t a pipe dream.

6. Panthers (9-4; No. 10): A bye week isn’t a pipe dream.

7. Saints (9-4; No. 6): A bye week isn’t a pipe dream.

8. Rams (9-4; No. 5): Missing the playoffs isn’t out of the question.

9. Seahawks (8-5; No. 7): If their game on Jacksonville had been played in prime-time, Michael Bennett and Quinton Jefferson wouldn’t be playing this weekend.

10. Chargers (7-6; No. 12): The playoffs don’t begin on Saturday night for the Chargers — they continue.

11. Falcons (8-5; No. 13): They still have a chance to blow a fourth-quarter lead in the playoffs.

12. Ravens (7-6; No. 11): Their fourth-quarter blown lead may keep them out of the playoffs.

13. Cowboys (7-6; No. 15): Zeke’s looming return will make for an intriguing finish.

14.  Titans (8-5; No. 8): So much for “winning the games they’re supposed to win.”

15. Bills (7-6; No. 16): The Bills would like to build their next stadium at the North Pole.

16. Packers (7-6; No. 18): “Well . . . . We’re waiting.”

17. Lions (7-6; No. 17): The inevitable failure to make the playoffs has been delayed.

18. Chiefs (7-6; No. 19): The inevitable failure to make the playoffs has been delayed.

19. Dolphins (6-7; No. 22): The inevitable failure to make the playoffs has been delayed.

20. Raiders (6-7; No. 14): The inevitable failure to make the playoffs has arrived.

21. Jets (5-8; No. 20): They’d be crazy not to bring back Josh McCown.

22. Cardinals (6-7; No. 24): They’d be crazy to bring back Blaine Gabbert.

23. Washington (5-8; No. 21): They remain crazy.

24. Bengals (5-8; No. 23): They’re involuntarily tanking.

25. 49ers (3-10; No. 27): The team has found its best Italian quarterback since Giovanni Carmazzi. (Then again, Jimmy G. is the team’s only Italian quarterback since Gio.)

26. Bears (4-9; No. 28): Nothing like a few late-season wins to screw up the path to a great draft pick.

27. Broncos (4-9; No. 30): Nothing like a few late-season wins to screw up the path to a great draft pick.

28. Buccaneers (4-9; No. 25): Chucky is coming home on Monday. Will he stay?

29. Texans (4-9; No. 26): Bill O’Brien has a home. Will he stay?

30. Colts (3-10; No. 29): Chuck Pagano should go ahead and sell his home.

31. Giants (2-11; No. 31): Eli Manning can screw things up for the Eagles by winning at home.

32. Browns (0-13; No. 32): Hue Jackson will be the Browns coach in 2018. At least on the first day of 2018.

97 responses to “Week 14 power rankings

  1. Jimmy Garapolo is the real deal. Shut the f up Seattle trolls. This dude is the real deal and will be better then that dude Wilson who is bound to get injured. Because pocket quarterbacks win in this league and stay healthy not scrambling players who use there legs.. keep hating losers. Niners will be back in playoffs by 2019

  2. Steelers at the top as they should be, all the hate for “Barely winning games” but people want to keep ignoring the most important word in that sentence. WINNING. So keep mentioning how they keep barely beating teams, I’ll take it. Why? Because unlike the Patriots, they are beating the competition.

  3. downvotesforeveryone says:
    December 12, 2017 at 1:03 pm
    Browns should be lower.

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    Not adding insult to injury to the Browns and their fans but, very funny.

  4. As a jags fan – unless we get really nicked up between now and end of season – I dont want them to get a week off bye.

    Bortles is in a good groove right now and the D has the “we think we are the best D in the league” swagger…no need to interrupt that.

  5. For Miami inevitable failure to make the playoffs has been delayed. Fins just bypass the playoffs and go right to their own super bowl which they won last night.

  6. 17. Lions (7-6; No. 17): The inevitable failure to make the playoffs has been delayed.

    Oof. That hurts. Getting kicked in the schnuts nationally is something fans here are used to though.

  7. Lmao, the Vikings lose on the road to a good team by 7 and they drop 1 spot, GB needs OT to beat the worse team in the game and they move up 2 spots?

    And yes, the Vikings beat themselves. I’ll give Carolina the Stewart 60 yard TD run, but Thielen never drops a pass, let alone 2 in the endzone. And on Cam’s 62 yard run to set up the winning TD, go back and look at the film, Matt Kalil grabbed Anthony Barr and pulled him away from Newton. That should have come back 10 yards. If the Vikes make even one of those catches that they always make, they win the game.

  8. If you need overtime to beat the #32 team, which will likely be only the second 0-16 team in NFL history, should you really move up a spot? Especially when the team you leapfrogged just won a game in regulation against another terrible team you needed overtime to beat last week?

    You might say, well, Aaron’s coming back so we’re basing the ranking on having him. In that case, do you really think the Wentz-less Eagles are the third-best team in football?

  9. 2. Patriots (10-3; last week No. 1): The Patriots have a clear winning-in-Miami problem, even if Bill Belichick won’t admit it.

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    Is it the Patriots are in the easiest division and they walk over them every year, or is it that they can’t win in Miami.

    Which narrative suits you today?

    No team comes away completely unscathed in their own division. The Patriots have only gone 6-0 twice in the Brady era since 2001. They didn’t win the Super Bowl either time. In all the Super Bowl years they lost 1 or 2 division games.

    This makes life harder to get a 1st or 2nd seed, but it is business as usual.

  10. I think the iggles are still the team to beat its crazy but it’s true ,,iggles are very good

  11. holtzclawbrian says:
    December 12, 2017 at 1:13 pm
    Steelers at the top as they should be, all the hate for “Barely winning games” but people want to keep ignoring the most important word in that sentence. WINNING. So keep mentioning how they keep barely beating teams, I’ll take it. Why? Because unlike the Patriots, they are beating the competition.

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    The Steelers should be at the top, but the Patriots are favored by 2.5 on the road this weekend.

    The Patriots lost a division game… Lets not mistake that for them folding up. The Steelers will have their hands full.

  12. SeeYouNextTuesday says:
    December 12, 2017 at 1:29 pm
    Terrible turnaround for the Eagles. Wentz should still win MVP.
    Don’t play with the fans emotions and make them feel like they still have a chance.

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    Zero chance Wentz can win the MVP. At the moment, I would vote for Antonio Brown.

    Brown currently deserves it slightly more than Brady given the last two weeks, and honestly it’s just not good luck for Brady to win the MVP. The two times he won it he lost in the playoffs and in years he hasn’t won he has beat many of the MVP recipients out of the playoffs.

  13. Put them #2…fine with me. But this is a fact:

    Brady’s last 7 games vs Pitt:
    Record 6-1
    22 TDs; 0 INTs
    71.9 Completion %
    127.5 QB Rating
    324.7 yds/game

    Facts don’t lie, only people do, look them up if you don’t believe me. Steelers fans are gloating a little early because the Pats laid an egg against an inferior team yesterday…. might want to take it easy for the next week. Not all of your wins and losses have been gems either.

  14. My Pats should be lower, I’ve lost track of how many poor QBs the secondary has given season highlights to. Despite what the crazed announcers think, Gilmore still can’t cover a garbage can even if he has help over the top.

  15. In Teddy We Trust says:

    December 12, 2017 at 1:36 pm

    Me, my kids, my wife, and a few guys from the hardware store could beat the Browns.
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    could also start on the Packers defense….fixed it for ya!!

  16. I think you should have made the list 33 spots, and left the #1 spot empty. Nobody seems to really want to be the best team this year.

    The Steelers are really talented, but the same disjointed mess they always are. That kind of thing usually breaks down in the playoffs. Specifically, it will break down if they play the Pats or Chargers.

    Do we really think the Jags are better than the 5 teams following them? I don’t.

    Why would the Cards be crazy to bring back Gabbert? He’s proven to be a reliable backup and has won half his games in Palmer’s absence. They’d be crazy not to bring him back.

    Gruden would be crazy to coach the Bucs now. That team is going nowhere. Why tarnish his rep? The job’s even more thankless now than it was when he was active.

  17. ARod(in his collarbone) says:
    December 12, 2017 at 1:29 pm
    Lmao, the Vikings lose on the road to a good team by 7 and they drop 1 spot, GB needs OT to beat the worse team in the game and they move up 2 spots?

    And yes, the Vikings beat themselves. I’ll give Carolina the Stewart 60 yard TD run, but Thielen never drops a pass, let alone 2 in the endzone. And on Cam’s 62 yard run to set up the winning TD, go back and look at the film, Matt Kalil grabbed Anthony Barr and pulled him away from Newton. That should have come back 10 yards. If the Vikes make even one of those catches that they always make, they win the game.

    Now I will admit that I didn’t watch the entire game but I did see the dropped pass before the half. He did indeed drop it. He was falling to the ground while making the process to catch the ball. When he hit the ground, he lost total control of the ball. When he regained control he was out of bounds. By the letter of the rule, he did not maintain control of the ball during the entire process of catching the ball. At best the game goes to overtime, no saying the Vikings would’ve won. And I am sure the Vikings didn’t get any favorable calls that cost the Panthers points.

  18. 9. Seahawks (8-5; No. 7): If their game on Jacksonville had been played in prime-time, Michael Bennett and Quinton Jefferson wouldn’t be playing this weekend.
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    That this is likely true is the main reason why the NFL discipline system is worthy of ridicule

  19. Come on now the Petriots only fall 1 spot after losing to the Dolphins because they always have a hard time beating the Dolphins in Miami? Does that make any sense? They should have dropped more than that. They looked a pretty beatable team last night to any team.

  20. I’m sorry, but no way should any AFC team be ranked higher than the top 8 NFC teams. Have you guys been watching football this season? Remember the Chiefs? Yeah, me neither.

  21. The Steelers pass defense fell apart when Haden went down but it looks like he is getting ready to return. Also it looks like they have another decent corner in Sutton.

  22. Rodgers returning has been a HOAX, to shine a spotlight on an awful, once good, team. The continuing ?? Makes them relevant when they’re DONE.

  23. In Teddy We Trust says:
    December 12, 2017 at 1:33 pm
    If you need overtime to beat the #32 team, which will likely be only the second 0-16 team in NFL history, should you really move up a spot? Especially when the team you leapfrogged just won a game in regulation against another terrible team you needed overtime to beat last week?

    You might say, well, Aaron’s coming back so we’re basing the ranking on having him. In that case, do you really think the Wentz-less Eagles are the third-best team in football?

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    Didnt the vikings play this week?

    Other teams higher on your list to critique?

  24. Patriots are 3-1 against the NFCS, the best div in the NFC,only losing to Carolina on the last play of the gm. The steelers are 3-1 against the NFC. Please child

  25. Is it the Patriots are in the easiest division and they walk over them every year, or is it that they can’t win in Miami.
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    Is it the Patriots are in the easiest division and they walk over them every year, and they can’t win in Miami.

    There fixed it for you. When was the last time that a team other than the Pats won the division? Until that changes both statements are true.

  26. getsome636 says:
    December 12, 2017 at 2:19 pm

    The annual Vikings collapse has begun. Nothing funnier than watching the tent playing, purple wearing losers fall on their face like every other year.
    __________

    How do you play “tent”?

  27. Go ahead and sleep on The Detroit Lions, with their schedule to close out the season. Prepare to eat crow as they make the playoffs!

    Besides, didn’t most of you national prognosticators pick them to win only 5 games?

    THE YEAR OF THE CAT IS ALIVE AND KICKING, BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  28. Chiefs at 18? Wow. I know they had a rough last few games – but 18 seems a few spots off – especially after a pretty dominate game Sunday.

  29. I am really starting to believe if you put the 1985 Bears in a time machine in order to play the 2017 Steelers, it would come down to a last-second field goal.

    Conversely, if the 2017 Steelers had Slippery Rock University on the schedule, it would also come down to a last-second field goal.

  30. Chargers win streak looks pretty impressive until you look at who they beat on that streak and then suddenly its not all that. Seriously…Giants, Raiders, Broncos, Bills, Cowboys, Browns and Redskins.
    I know they can only play the teams on their schedule but the have lost to every good team they have faced and and a couple that weren’t so good.

  31. After seeing that Steelers/Ravens game you may as well put the refs at No. 1.
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    Yep same with the Falcons/Saints TNF game. Saints 17 Refs 20

  32. theyearofthecat1 says:
    December 12, 2017 at 3:25 pm
    Go ahead and sleep on The Detroit Lions, with their schedule to close out the season. Prepare to eat crow as they make the playoffs!

    Besides, didn’t most of you national prognosticators pick them to win only 5 games?
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    Nobody picked the Lions to go 5-11. Just like every year, we pick them to go 8-8 or 9-7, and miss the playoffs. They sleep on themselves, so nobody else has to.

  33. Saints are in lead of their division due to a tiebreaker, and what’s that tiebreaker, the swept the Panthers and beat them by double digits both games. But, Panthers ranked higher. Come on Man

  34. Hopefully the remainder of the season plays out like this. Minnesota loses their 3 remaining games. Green Bay wins their remaining games. Two other teams take the wildcard spots with 11-5 records. This scenario would have Green Bay winning the division and Minnesota out of the playoffs. I would go on a laughing jag for 6 hours if that happened. Pray to the football gods if you are tired of the Viking trolls! LOL

  35. As a Steelers fan, I’m sorry, but I’m just not willing to spend a week pretending that the Pats aren’t still the best team in the NFL just because they got upset by a division rival on the road.

  36. mrkbuilders says:
    December 12, 2017 at 2:03 pm
    Put them #2…fine with me. But this is a fact:

    Brady’s last 7 games vs Pitt:
    Record 6-1
    22 TDs; 0 INTs
    71.9 Completion %
    127.5 QB Rating
    324.7 yds/game

    6-1? Sooooo you’re saying there is chance?

  37. shlort says:
    December 12, 2017 at 4:10 pm
    Hopefully the remainder of the season plays out like this. Minnesota loses their 3 remaining games. Green Bay wins their remaining games. Two other teams take the wildcard spots with 11-5 records. This scenario would have Green Bay winning the division and Minnesota out of the playoffs. I would go on a laughing jag for 6 hours if that happened. Pray to the football gods if you are tired of the Viking trolls! LOL
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    . . . and then short woke up.

  38. sclement65 says:
    December 12, 2017 at 4:04 pm
    Saints are in lead of their division due to a tiebreaker, and what’s that tiebreaker, the swept the Panthers and beat them by double digits both games. But, Panthers ranked higher. Come on Man

    ___________________________________________

    Using that same argument the Rams should be ahead of the Saints because they just beat them a few weeks ago.
    I’m a Panthers fan and I will agree that the Saints should be ahead of the Panthers but the Panthers have beat the Pats and the Vikes who are ahead of them. Besides the Panthers who have the Saints beat?

  39. shlort says:

    December 12, 2017 at 4:10 pm

    Hopefully the remainder of the season plays out like this. Minnesota loses their 3 remaining games. Green Bay wins their remaining games. Two other teams take the wildcard spots with 11-5 records. This scenario would have Green Bay winning the division and Minnesota out of the playoffs. I would go on a laughing jag for 6 hours if that happened. Pray to the football gods if you are tired of the Viking trolls! LOL

    Vikings beat bengals division over Vikings lose and packers lose division Vikings. go laff elsewhere

  40. Don’t quite get my fellow Vikes fans’ obsession with the Pack in these rankings. Until the Vikes play them in 2 weeks who the hell cares? They’re only currently relevant for Rodgers updates and Carolina playoff seeding.

  41. “The Patriots need an elite QB if they are to return to their greatness.”

    Always hilarious to see the stupid comments here.

    Yeah, the guy who is still top 2 in almost every QB category even after last night’s loss is not elite. Right.

    SMH get a clue

  42. Any team (packers) that needs luck and overtime to beat today’s browns should really have a loss counted against them.

  43. Big Question:

    Will New England play in their 12th AFC Championship game this year?(7th Consecutive) I’m not saying win, I’m saying play in it.

    Thumbs up if YES; Thumbs down if NO.

  44. gridironmike says:
    December 12, 2017 at 2:39 pm

    I’m sorry, but no way should any AFC team be ranked higher than the top 8 NFC teams. Have you guys been watching football this season?
    _______________________________________

    Have you? The division leading NFC teams are 1-3 against the division leading NFC teams. The Rams have the sole win over Jax. But you are right about one thing, you are sorry

  45. getsome636 says:
    December 12, 2017 at 2:19 pm
    The annual Vikings collapse has begun. Nothing funnier than watching the tent playing, purple wearing losers fall on their face like every other year.

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    This year is different, way different. In the past, Viking fans could easily maintain their postseason failures were sometimes the result of the simple dumb bad luck variety, like Wide Left, and normally, I would agree. But in recent years the Viking fans established some new postseason rules, targeted specifically at the Packers, and reflect their inbred jealous hatred. From now on, any postseason participanting team is a choker the instant they are eliminated from contention. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander. With high expectations of the Vikings qualifying for the postseason this year, they now must win the SuperBowl or run the risk of being labeled a choker. I know, it sounds severe, right? But those are their rules. Those are the rules they created. The unique characteristics of each game and each opponent didn’t matter (underdog, on the road, injuries, overtime, etc.) If they lost………..they choked. Simple.

    So, let’s all sit back and see how they handle the rules they created. Good luck! I hope they don’t choke!

  46. holtzclawbrian says:
    December 12, 2017 at 1:13 pm
    Steelers at the top as they should be, all the hate for “Barely winning games” but people want to keep ignoring the most important word in that sentence. WINNING. So keep mentioning how they keep barely beating teams, I’ll take it. Why? Because unlike the Patriots, they are beating the competition.

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    Not sure that Patriot loss was a good thing given how they always respond to controversy. IMHO the Steelers chances next week just took a hit.

  47. Using that same argument the Rams should be ahead of the Saints because they just beat them a few weeks ago.
    I’m a Panthers fan and I will agree that the Saints should be ahead of the Panthers but the Panthers have beat the Pats and the Vikes who are ahead of them. Besides the Panthers who have the Saints beat?

    You also lost to Bears, Saints loses are to 3 current division leaders, and possible wild card team. 3 of those 4 losses were on road. Sorry, you can be ranked higher than a team that swept you by double digits and have the same record.

  48. 10. Chargers (7-6; No. 12): The playoffs don’t begin on Saturday night for the Chargers — they continue.
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    So, this weeks power ranking is based on next week’s game? Are the Chargers and the Chiefs going to switch places in the rankings if KC wins on Saturday? FYI, Rivers has a horrible record at Arrowhead. Just like Carr.

  49. In Teddy We Trust says:
    December 12, 2017 at 3:18 pm

    How do you play “tent”?
    ——————-

    I’m scared to find out. Sounds like the sort of thing a few bigwigs have been fired for recently.

  50. shlort says:
    December 12, 2017 at 4:10 pm

    Hopefully the remainder of the season plays out like this. Minnesota loses their 3 remaining games. Green Bay wins their remaining games. Two other teams take the wildcard spots with 11-5 records. This scenario would have Green Bay winning the division and Minnesota out of the playoffs. I would go on a laughing jag for 6 hours if that happened. Pray to the football gods if you are tired of the Viking trolls! LOL
    ______

    Well, you have that going for you, I guess. Don’t hold your breath waiting for that to happen, though.

  51. stellarperformance says:
    December 12, 2017 at 5:16 pm

    This year is different, way different. In the past, Viking fans could easily maintain their postseason failures were sometimes the result of the simple dumb bad luck variety, like Wide Left, and normally, I would agree. But in recent years the Viking fans established some new postseason rules, targeted specifically at the Packers, and reflect their inbred jealous hatred. From now on, any postseason participanting team is a choker the instant they are eliminated from contention. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander. With high expectations of the Vikings qualifying for the postseason this year, they now must win the SuperBowl or run the risk of being labeled a choker. I know, it sounds severe, right? But those are their rules. Those are the rules they created. The unique characteristics of each game and each opponent didn’t matter (underdog, on the road, injuries, overtime, etc.) If they lost………..they choked. Simple.

    So, let’s all sit back and see how they handle the rules they created. Good luck! I hope they don’t choke!
    ___________

    I don’t think you understand how it works. If you blow a 12-point lead with 5 minutes left, you choked. If you go 15-1 and lose to a 9-7 team at home, you choked. If you throw a pick 6 in overtime when three other guys were wide open, you choked. If you give up a 4th and 26, you choked. No one other than you has ever said that all playoff losses are chokes. But at least you’ll be able to comfort yourself with this bit as you’re watching all the other playoff teams “choke” while your Packers are watching on TV.

  52. In Teddy We Trust says:
    December 12, 2017 at 6:24 pm
    But at least you’ll be able to comfort yourself with this bit as you’re watching all the other playoff teams “choke” while your Packers are watching on TV.
    //////////////////////////////////////////////

    When it comes to being a Packer fan, I don’t need to be comforted about anything. Never have, never will. Do you know why? Been there, done that.

    And nobody will be applying the Viking Fan Postseason Choking Rule to any team other than the Vikings themselves, I assure you. They earned it.

    Good luck! Don’t choke!

  53. I’m afraid not, Teddy.
    It’s been firmly established by your own fan base that all playoff losses are complete chokes.

    That includes last year, even though Green Bay made it to the NFC Championship game and were road underdogs, the Barneys still howled about how bad the Packers choked.
    Unlike you, I can provide plenty of examples from the entire offseason.
    In fact, a few of your mates insinuated it was better to have a middling season and sit out the playoffs than suffer a public choke.
    I have to say I disagreed with them, vehemently.

    Most normal fans, who refrain from being jealous and bitter, are able to look at things objectively and give credit to the teams that make the postseason tournament. They deserve it.
    Don’t misunderstand me, the ultimate goal is always the Championship. But, it is still a nice accomplishment, which makes Green Bay’s last 8 year run all the more impressive.

    But it’s the Barney fan base who’ve clearly set the bar.
    So it’s time for you to quit whining about it and focus on your team’s future, in the hopes they don’t suffer from another epic, embarrassing choke.

  54. Jimmy G now becomes a major force in deciding the who, what and where of two other teams making it into the playoffs. The 49ers play the Titans this week, then the Steelers. The Vegas books will have fun setting the line for the new Don in town. Jimmy did look pretty laid back and awfully dapper in his presser.

  55. Under the Pats you should post a video of Malcom Butler again unsuccessfully trying to punch the ball out of a receivers hands after giving up a 29 yard reception. I’ve seen it so many times this year.

  56. Jimmy G lookin’ solid with ‘Frisco. You see, that’s all you need, Cleveland, is a consistent QB (Baker Mayfield) to get your team on a winning cycle.

  57. Pretty awesome when even NBC Sports makes fun of the falcons! Choke! 28-3! Zero super bowls!

    XLIV!

  58. wafflestomp says:
    December 12, 2017 at 6:57 pm
    I’m afraid not, Teddy.
    It’s been firmly established by your own fan base that all playoff losses are complete chokes.

    That includes last year, even though Green Bay made it to the NFC Championship game and were road underdogs, the Barneys still howled about how bad the Packers choked.
    Unlike you, I can provide plenty of examples from the entire offseason.
    In fact, a few of your mates insinuated it was better to have a middling season and sit out the playoffs than suffer a public choke.
    I have to say I disagreed with them, vehemently.

    Most normal fans, who refrain from being jealous and bitter, are able to look at things objectively and give credit to the teams that make the postseason tournament. They deserve it.
    Don’t misunderstand me, the ultimate goal is always the Championship. But, it is still a nice accomplishment, which makes Green Bay’s last 8 year run all the more impressive.

    But it’s the Barney fan base who’ve clearly set the bar.
    So it’s time for you to quit whining about it and focus on your team’s future, in the hopes they don’t suffer from another epic, embarrassing choke.

    **

    Then why do your Packer fan bretheren refer to it as “participation trophies” when the Vikings win the divison and make the playoffs, only to lose in the playoffs? Seems to me that is a euphemism for choking in the playoffs. When the Vikes lost in all of their NFC championship games, did you not refer to it as choking then? Now I’m confused how its “our rules.”

  59. There’s not a team in the NFL that wants to play the jaguars.
    Why? Because they’re the best team in the nfl.
    Before you comment remember that Ben Roethlisberger stood at the podium after getting beat up by the Jaguars and said “maybe I don’t have it anymore”.
    He gave the Jaguars no credit.
    No one gives them any credit and I think that they feel that that’s fine.
    If you’re not a jaguars fan ask yourself this question do you want your quarterback throwing the ball against us? You better be able to run the ball because you aren’t going to throw it

  60. citizenstrange says:
    December 12, 2017 at 2:19 pm
    The Patriots are 2 point favorites against the Steelers on Sunday. Get every penny you can beg, borrow, or steal and put it on the Pats to cover. Easy money.

    _ _ _ _

    This coming from a so-called self-professed “Steeler fan”? Thanks for taking off the mask. We’ll see how the game turns out, but the Steelers have as good a chance as any team to beat the Patriots, if you know anything about football. They find ways to win.

  61. It appears that the commissioner’s quest for league parity has finally been achieved. Every team in the league is a hot mess right now. Anyone who thinks they can predict who gets to, never mind who wins, the super bowl is blowing smoke up your skirt.

  62. Jags could be resting players Week 17 unless there is a chance to grab a top 2… Titans will have problems in SF this week and then have to face hungry Rams at home. Jags could have AFC S title clinched before they start on Christmas Eve.. a real Christmas present for us fans.. NBC has sigh of relief that they won’t be forced to flex Titans-Jags to Sunday night..

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