PFT’s Week 16 Power Rankings

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1. Panthers (14-0; last week No. 1): The Panthers apparently broke Odell Beckham’s brain.

2. Cardinals (12-2; No. 2): Losing Tyrann Mathieu will make it a lot harder to get past Seattle and Carolina.

3. Patriots (12-2; No. 3): With the stroke of a pen, Steven Jackson is guaranteed to finish the season on a winning team for the first time in his career.

4. Packers (10-4; No. 4): They’re just good enough to lose in the divisional round.

5. Seahawks (9-5; No. 5): Mike Pettine is as good at ranking quarterbacks as his team is at winning games.

6. Steelers (9-5; No. 7): The only way to beat this team is to figure out how to outscore its offense.

7. Chiefs (9-5; No. 8): Suddenly, a division title isn’t out of the question.

8. Bengals (11-3; No. 9): A.J. McCarron did enough to beat the 49ers, which will be slightly different from what he’ll have to do to beat the Broncos.

9. Broncos (10-4; No. 6): “Bullsh-t and insulting” is also the best way to summarize the team’s second-half offense.

10. Jets (9-5; No. 10): In a season that could have a couple of eight-win teams in the playoffs, the Jets could be a double-digit winner that gets shut out.

11. Vikings (9-5; No. 11): When Teddy Bridgewater can play like that against a great team, the Vikings will be in great shape.

12. Washington (7-7; No. 14): Kirk Cousins is getting better and better, and few are willing to admit it.

13. Texans (7-7; No. 17): Who would have ever thought they’d miss Matt Schaub?

14. Raiders (6-8; No. 12): Charles Woodson leaving the Raiders hurts almost as much as the Raiders possibly leaving Oakland.

15. Eagles (6-8; No. 13): DeMarco Murray is trying to figure out who he can complain to about the owner.

16. Giants (6-8; No. 15): “Excuses are made for the stars, examples are made of the scrubs.”

17. Bills (6-8; No. 16): When Rex Ryan guaranteed a return to the playoffs, he technically didn’t specify a year.

18. Buccaneers (6-8; No. 18): Trying to prevent the Panthers from getting to 16-0 is the only thing they have left to play for.

19. Falcons (7-7; No. 22): If the Panthers take the Falcons lightly, the Panthers may only win by single digits.

20. Rams (6-8; No. 24): With two more wins, Bruce Arians will be right again.

21. Bears (5-9; No. 19): The bear that mauls Leonardo DiCaprio was way scarier.

22. Colts (6-8; No. 20): Not even the 2-14 Colts of 2011 lost to the Texans at home.

23. Lions (5-9; No. 26): Jim Caldwell keeps doing almost just enough to justify keeping him.

24. Jaguars (5-9; No. 21): They should have saved a few of those 51 points from last week.

25. Dolphins (5-9; No. 23): In roughly two weeks, they’ll offer the head-coaching job to the top candidate on their list, who will respectfully decline.

26. Saints (5-9; No. 25): There’s a funk enveloping this franchise, and no one knows how it’s going to be resolved.

27. Chargers (4-10; No. 31): If the Chargers played more often like they did during what could have been their last game in San Diego, maybe they’d have a stadium there by now.

28. Cowboys (4-10; No. 27): Intentional grounding that results in an interception is the perfect metaphor for the 2015 Cowboys.

29. Ravens (4-10; No. 28): Those mustard-colored pants need a little more brown in them to properly reflect what this season has been for the Ravens.

30. Browns (3-11; No. 29): The Factory of Sadness has filled and shipped all Christmas orders.

31. 49ers (4-10; No. 30): They’ll likely find a way to screw up a sure-fire top-five pick.

32. Titans (3-11; No. 32): For the last two games, the Titans would be wise to become the Tankers.

122 responses to “PFT’s Week 16 Power Rankings

  1. Good thing Panthers’ owner Jerry Richardson took our advice and fired Ron Rivera last year. I’d say that move has worked out well? By the way, who’s their new coach?

  2. When the Pats ran the table, teams played them tough through the end of the season.

    I’m not sure we’re going to see that with the Panthers.

  3. Top 10 Train wrecks this season

    1. My 49ers

    2. Cowboys

    3. Browns

    4. Colts

    5. Eagles

    6. Ravens

    7. Dolphins

    8. Lions

    9. Chargers

    10. Saints

  4. If the Bengals defense is healthy, they can beat any of those teams ranked above them. If their offense doesn’t improve under McCarron, it would lose to any of those top 7 teams. Ranked #8 feels about right, for now.

  5. man, Raiders SHOULDA beat Chicago, Denver(the first time), Detroit maybe even Green Bay.. COULD be 10-4 right now.. woulda, shoulda, coulda.. definitely a team one then rise, need two new CBs and now 2 news S’s.. the Nation will rise again!

  6. According to the NFL, the Redskins deserve to be no lower than 8 as they’re currently division leaders and will be seeded as such for the playoffs.

  7. Florio:
    What metric are your rankings based off?
    Seriously please share with us all because I would like to check your work.

    Won’t get into specifics, but jeez these rankings are Q U E S T I O N A B L E*

  8. Actually, the perfect metaphor for the 2015 Dallas Cowboys is a well-drawn up play that leaves a WR wide open downfield, then a pass thrown perfectly his way…only for a bird to fly into the ball, dropping it into the hands of a defender. Nice try on your part, though!

  9. We have the liberal supporting press in America and we have the Steeler supporting Florio for PFT.

    The Steelers two games behind in the division yet two ahead in the power ratings.

  10. Big time PACK guy here. I can’t help but think we are ranked too high, but I guess we will take it. I have a bad feeling about the playoffs though. MY GUY ROGERS hasn’t been clutch. Wouldn’t mind if we started grooming the next qb tbh. Just my 5 cents. GO PACK!!

  11. Why put their record on there?? It obviously has nothing to do with it. I understand Bucs being ahead of the Falcons since they beat them twice but you have Eagles and Redskins ahead of Falcons despite their worse record and the Fact that Falcons beat them both. But that is logical thinking.

  12. I want to say you have the Redskins (Washington) too high but I am not sure who I would put ahead of them on this list (12 is about right); Kirk over the last 6 games (4-2) 12 TD’s and 2 Int’s. plus 3 rushing TD’s. Hail. In Scot (with one t) we trust.

  13. Urban Meyer said he wouldn’t take the Cleveland Browns job, but could he really turn down cap space and the opportunity to get all his key players on his Ohio State team?

    Cleveland can wind up with Joey Bosa, Braxton Miller and Cardale Jones in the draft should they go that route.

    They get Josh Gordon back and can overpay for Von Miller and Alshon Jeffery.

    But knowing the Browns they’ll give Hue Jackson the job and draft the expected bust Paxton Lynch.

  14. I would never put Packers, the chokers in the top ten. They’re just mediocre with officials help. Rodgers starting to look like the same guy in college, that’s why teams passed on him. His plays were just terrible, nothing close to last couple years. No doubt he’s declining and Packers have no chance of beating any team in the first RND of playoff. 100% one and done.

  15. I love how everyone imitates the “Dab” after any kind of decent play now. You know what they say Cam, “Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery!” Keep Pounding!

  16. I would never put Packers, the chokers in the top ten. They’re just mediocre with officials help. Rodgers starting to look like the same guy in college, that’s why teams passed on him. His plays were just terrible, nothing close to last couple years. No doubt he’s declining and Packers have no chance of beating any team in the first RND of playoff. 100% one and done. Super Bowl nfc team would either be Seahawks, Panthers, Cardinals, or Vikings. 0 chance for Packers.

  17. The fact that being above .500 is basically enough to get you in the top 10 shows what a disaster Goodell’s parity fixation had been. Look at all those bad teams. I still say that if a team picks high in the draft three years running and still sucks, the fourth year they should be pushed to the bottom for a year. You don’t get endless swings at the piñata if you are nowhere near it.

  18. “Intentional grounding that results in an interception is the perfect metaphor for the 2015 Cowboys.”

    Thanks for the morning laugh.

  19. 17. Bills (6-8; No. 16): When Rex Ryan guaranteed a return to the playoffs, he technically didn’t specify a year

    ——–

    even if he had, would it really matter?

  20. “Packers: They’re just good enough to lose in the divisional round.”

    I agree wholeheartedly.

  21. 5. Seahawks (9-5; No. 5): Mike Pettine is as good at ranking quarterbacks as his team is at winning games.

    As my 9 year old would say, “BURN”

  22. whodey8 says:
    Dec 22, 2015 8:35 AM
    We have the liberal supporting press in America and we have the Steeler supporting Florio for PFT.

    The Steelers two games behind in the division yet two ahead in the power ratings.
    ———————

    You don’t really think the Bengals can beat the Steelers at this point do you?

  23. I’m going to make a case for New England deserving the #2 spot.

    Every week, Tom Brady feels like he showed up at a sand lot game, not knowing who the hell will be on his team…… he has lost two valuable running backs, virtually every receiver at one time or another, and a revolving door of offensive lineman.

    Hell, the only guy on offense who shows up with any consistency is Brady himself!!!

    And yet, the Pats are 12-2 and the AFC #1 seed.

    They deserve to be ranked over Arizona, who have had a much softer schedule

  24. .
    The good news for Tennessee and Cleveland is that you’re almost guaranteed to pick #1 and #2. The Titans are not in the QB market so the Browns will have their pick of the QB litter.
    .

  25. ctiggs says:
    Dec 22, 2015 7:57 AM
    Top 10 Train wrecks this season

    1. My 49ers

    2. Cowboys

    3. Browns

    4. Colts

    5. Eagles

    6. Ravens

    7. Dolphins

    8. Lions

    9. Chargers

    10. Saints
    ………………………….
    No Bills?

  26. slvrnblk72 says:
    Dec 22, 2015 8:19 AM
    man, Raiders SHOULDA beat Chicago, Denver(the first time), Detroit maybe even Green Bay.. COULD be 10-4 right now.. woulda, shoulda, coulda.. definitely a team one then rise, need two new CBs and now 2 news S’s.. the Nation will rise agai
    …………….
    Shoulda, woulda, coulda. That is the difference between playoff teams, and the Raiders. Playoff teams win. Shoulda woulda coulda gets you a 13th straight year of not having a winning record, like the Raiders.

    I dont even mean this as an insult, as a Bills fan I’ve had way too many shoulda woulda couldas. Trust me, accepting that shoulda woulda coulda is useless makes rooting for a terrible team easier to stomach.

  27. I have to cast my vote for Coach of the Year and I have to give it to Jay Gruden. He’s got the Redskins all the way up to number 12, from the bottom of the pack. Dan Snyder should be loving life. The future looks bright in Washington.

  28. lemmetalkwouldya says:
    Dec 22, 2015 9:34 AM
    I’m going to make a case for New England deserving the #2 spot……
    …..
    They deserve to be ranked over Arizona, who have had a much softer schedule

    The Pats will be ranked #1 in all NFL power rankings on February 8, 2016, and that is the only Power ranking that matters.

    So you might as well beat the rush and pre-order your copy of 3 Games to Glory – Volume V right now. 🙂

  29. iloveagoodnap says:
    Dec 22, 2015 9:40 AM

    ctiggs says:
    Dec 22, 2015 7:57 AM
    Top 10 Train wrecks this season

    1. My 49ers

    2. Cowboys

    3. Browns

    4. Colts

    5. Eagles

    6. Ravens

    7. Dolphins

    8. Lions

    9. Chargers

    10. Saints
    ………………………….
    No Bills?

    —————————————————-

    I have them at 11.

  30. @whodey8 Ben missed 4 games and if he hadn’t the Steelers would have that division in their back pocket. Ben healthy now so that puts Steelers back above the Bengals.

  31. codythao35
    Dec 22, 2015, 8:47 AM EST
    I would never put Packers, the chokers in the top ten. They’re just mediocre with officials help. Rodgers starting to look like the same guy in college, that’s why teams passed on him. His plays were just terrible, nothing close to last couple years. No doubt he’s declining and Packers have no chance of beating any team in the first RND of playoff. 100% one and done.
    —————————-
    Uh are you high?
    A Aron had a 150 qbr 43-13 TD-int 8 rushing TD almost 5500 yds and 66% compl in like 18 games he set compl records against natl champ USC ..should I keep going??
    He wasn’t drafted high because he only played 2 yrs in a spread offense and they had a couple RB named Marshawn Lynch and JJ Arrington …btw I’m a Jet fan not Packer so get to know your players

  32. In the Coulda Shoulda Woulda league

    AFC Championship Game: Ravens vs. Colts
    NFC Championship Game: SeaChickens @ GB

    SuperBowl 50: To GB

    Brady shulda suck…Bills were guaranteed blah blah blah

  33. Not that power rankings really matter, but….
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    I’m going to make a case for New England deserving the #2 spot.

    Every week, Tom Brady feels like he showed up at a sand lot game, not knowing who the hell will be on his team…… he has lost two valuable running backs, virtually every receiver at one time or another, and a revolving door of offensive lineman.

    Hell, the only guy on offense who shows up with any consistency is Brady himself!!!

    And yet, the Pats are 12-2 and the AFC #1 seed.

    They deserve to be ranked over Arizona, who have had a much softer schedule.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Strength of victory: AZ -26 NE -24
    Strength of schedule: AZ -26 NE -20

    Not exactly “a much softer schedule” for AZ.

  34. The Seahawks and the Steelers are sitting right there, 5th and 6th. It’s like a horserace and they’re turning for home. Is Carolina going to pull away from the pack? Is anyone giving Arizona a chance? Are we overlooking Tom Brady? This year is a good one.

  35. Packers #4? Honestly!!! Put down the Entitlement Town Mentality. The Raiders should have beat them. Nothing like being spotted 14 points. The Hail Mary Joke, and Matt Cassel as Cowboys QB. Please!

  36. Funny. One viking fan actually comments about the vikings and the rest all complain about where you have the Packers ranked. Sounds about right. #obsessed

  37. mikermiker says:
    Dec 22, 2015 7:51 AM
    Too bad the league worst new England skidmarks are overrated again.

    Clearly the Patriots have taken space in your head.

  38. Top 10 Train wrecks this season

    1. My 49ers

    2. Cowboys

    3. Browns

    4. Colts

    5. Eagles

    6. Ravens

    7. Dolphins

    8. Lions

    9. Chargers

    10. Saints

    ____________________________

    You put the Saints below the Lions? Seriously? The Lions just beat them AT New Orleans! And New Orleans was favored!

  39. kelshannon19 says:
    Dec 22, 2015 10:10 AM

    How dare you? Nobody misses Matt Schaub.
    ————————-

    The Colts, Jags, and Titans probably miss him.

  40. mikermiker says:

    Too bad the league worst new England skidmarks are overrated again.
    ===========================

    you know why steeler fans carry towels?

    because when the patriots beat them in the playoffs they can use the towels to wipe their tears.

    Mikey, get your towel ready.

  41. Sunday in AZ will tell us all we need to know about the Packers. #4 seems high now, but if they win both of their last two games and get right offensively, they could do some serious damage in the playoffs.

    The Vikings should be #1 and also should have won all 49 Super Bowls if it weren’t for the refs. You may think I’m joking, but this is what the people in their insulated, passive aggressive bubble society actually believe. It sickens me to know that MN is technically a part of the US, even though it’s terrain and general vibe are more like a less exciting version of southern Saskatchewan.

  42. ctiggs says:
    Dec 22, 2015 9:47 AM
    iloveagoodnap says:
    Dec 22, 2015 9:40 AM

    ctiggs says:
    Dec 22, 2015 7:57 AM
    Top 10 Train wrecks this season

    .
    No Bills?

    —————————————————-

    I have them at 11.
    ……………………..
    Mighty generous of you, my friend.

  43. 6. Steelers (9-5; No. 7): The only way to beat this team is to figure out how to outscore its offense.
    ——–

    It;s not that hard…our defense can’t play a full 60 minute game to save their lives.

    Hoping that changes magically.

  44. abninf says:
    Dec 22, 2015 8:21 AM

    Washington? George Washington owned slaves. I’m offended.
    _________________________

    That is one of the funniest things I have read in the comments in quite some time. Touche

  45. My Eagles are too high. Yes, really. They might win out and make the playoffs, but they’ve showed they can’t compete against real contenders, and often not even against middling teams.

  46. You mean are the seahawks good enough to beat arizona and are the cardinals good enough to beat Carolina ?

    Seattle and Carolina probably meet in the divisional round anyway

  47. slvrnblk72 says:
    Dec 22, 2015 8:19 AM
    man, Raiders SHOULDA beat Chicago, Denver(the first time), Detroit maybe even Green Bay.. COULD be 10-4 right now.. woulda, shoulda, coulda.. definitely a team one then rise, need two new CBs and now 2 news S’s.. the Nation will rise agai
    …………….
    Shoulda, woulda, coulda. That is the difference between playoff teams, and the Raiders. Playoff teams win. Shoulda woulda coulda gets you a 13th straight year of not having a winning record, like the Raiders.

    I dont even mean this as an insult, as a Bills fan I’ve had way too many shoulda woulda couldas. Trust me, accepting that shoulda woulda coulda is useless makes rooting for a terrible team easier to stomach.

    maybe.. but the Raiders are getting better, you have Rex Ryan

  48. The obsession with the Packers positioning is pretty amusing.

    Vikings fans around here provide an endless supply of entertainment.

    Merry Christmas to all.

    May you get what you deserve this holiday season!

    🙂

  49. jim699 says:
    Dec 22, 2015 10:43 AM

    I’m not a Viking fan. I’m a Steelers fan. Packers at 4 is hilarious.
    ————————————————————–
    I agree, #1 or 2 is more accurate.

  50. Viking fans still crying about the facemask that set up the Packers-Lions Hail Mary, but had no problem with the Lions being allowed to commit a pass interference that should’ve put the Packers in FG range on the 3rd to last play.

  51. Pack belong at 6 as of today, MAYBE #4 by 1/4/16 if the beat the Cards and the Queens. I wouldn’t rule out a Packers/Seahawks NFC title game IF the Packers offense can play consistent over the next few games, their defense is playing just good enough to get it done. I wouldn’t be the least surprised if its an all wildcard super bowl either, Seahawks VS Steelers.

  52. Cardinals are 12-2 division winners, but if they lose on Sunday the word will be that they are pretenders. It’s mind blowing how week to week everyones opinions are about each team. No matter what these playoffs will be entertaining.

  53. I love how everyone imitates the “Dab” after any kind of decent play now. You know what they say Cam, “Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery!” Keep Pounding!

    —————————————–

    Just an FYI… “mimicking” is different than “imitating”…

  54. whodey8 says:
    Dec 22, 2015 8:35 AM
    We have the liberal supporting press in America and we have the Steeler supporting Florio for PFT.

    The Steelers two games behind in the division yet two ahead in the power ratings.

    ———————————————————–
    As an impartial observer (Bills fan), Bengals and Steelers are both very good this year but did you not watch the Steelers hang 380 passing yards and 34 points on the best defense in the NFL on Sunday night?

    Steelers played without their starting qb for a while there which probably directly impacted their overall record, but the Bengals are currently playing without their starting qb… Advantage: Steelers.

    People get way too butt-hurt about the exact order of these rankings, as if there is a “right answer” and any 2 people would ever actually rank all 32 teams exactly the same…

  55. I’ll say this for the Browns, they played harder than I expected them to. The Hawks have WAY more talent, which won them the game, but it was a more entertaining game than I expected.

    If someone can get Johnny to calm down a little bit, he has some potential. He’s similarly built to Teddy B, but seems a more dynamic playmaker. I just got the impression that he sets he’s a little out of control with his thought process… once he slows down his mind, he’ll play even better.

  56. sbmcintosh36 says:
    Dec 22, 2015 9:53 AM
    codythao35
    Dec 22, 2015, 8:47 AM EST
    I would never put Packers, the chokers in the top ten. They’re just mediocre with officials help. Rodgers starting to look like the same guy in college, that’s why teams passed on him. His plays were just terrible, nothing close to last couple years. No doubt he’s declining and Packers have no chance of beating any team in the first RND of playoff. 100% one and done.
    —————————-
    Uh are you high?
    A Aron had a 150 qbr 43-13 TD-int 8 rushing TD almost 5500 yds and 66% compl in like 18 games he set compl records against natl champ USC ..should I keep going??
    He wasn’t drafted high because he only played 2 yrs in a spread offense and they had a couple RB named Marshawn Lynch and JJ Arrington …btw I’m a Jet fan not Packer so get to know your players
    ———————————————————–
    There’s no point in arguing with codythao35. He/she is totally impervious to the effects of logic. Every once in a while, he/she posts something that might suggest he/she has moments of lucidity, but I’m beginning to assume that’s when his/her account gets hacked.

  57. Did Johnny football throw a ball further than 5 yards on Sunday that went anywhere near its target?

    That guy can best be described as a bad Russell Wilson or a smaller Tim Tebow.

  58. 26. Saints (5-9; No. 25): There’s a funk enveloping this franchise, and no one knows how it’s going to be resolved.

    That funky smell is called karma…bounty-gate

  59. charliecharger says:
    Dec 22, 2015 10:05 AM
    The Seahawks and the Steelers are sitting right there, 5th and 6th. It’s like a horserace and they’re turning for home. Is Carolina going to pull away from the pack? Is anyone giving Arizona a chance? Are we overlooking Tom Brady? This year is a good one.

    ————

    Brady is leading the league in yards and TDs, has only 6 INTs and is closing in on the number one seed. Don’t think anyone is overlooking Brady and the Patriots. As for it being a great year… Definitely lots of teams with a legit chance to win it all. I’d say the the truly legit teams that can win are Cincy (if dalton comes back), NE, Steelers, Carolina, Seattle and Arizona. Can’t really see Denver or KC winning or Vikings. Green Bay maybe, but doubtful. Winners of AFC South and NFC East have no chance.

  60. There must be some mistake.

    Pittsburgh fans already have the Steelers in the SB, so I figured they must be #1 in the power rankings.

    Where’s a steeler fans saying that. Sounds too me you like to stir the pot.

  61. dtroxallday says:
    Dec 22, 2015 8:22 AM
    According to the NFL, the Redskins deserve to be no lower than 8 as they’re currently division leaders and will be seeded as such for the playoffs.
    ________________________

    Are you really equating playoff seeding to power rankings here? Sorry, having 6 winnable games on your schedule in a weak division has nothing to do with how well your team is playing on any given week of the season (And yes, I do remember the “NFC Worst” and the Seahawks winning it at 7-9). Do you also assume that a list of the top 8 teams must have 4 from each conference?

    The top 6 NFC teams listed here seem believable to me (but GB might be high). More like this…unless the Seahawks beat the Cards in AZ week 17 (Russell on fire and no Honey Badger in that secondary?).

    NFC:
    1 – Panthers
    2 – Cards
    3 – Hawks
    4 – Pack
    5 – Vikes
    6 – Skins/Giants (tie)

    Go Hawks!

  62. Cmon it’s so much funnier when the Browns are dead last. The Titans just don’t have he same ring to it that they do and is also like to say that it’s thier title until someone takes it from them as worst team and you got to knock out the champ to win it which the Titans haven’t done.

  63. bleck5 says:
    Dec 22, 2015 10:44 AM
    The Packers are way too high. They should be behind the Seahawks, Steelers, and Chiefs.
    ——————————————————————–

    Granted 4 might be too high for Green Bay right now, but there is no way they should be ranked lower than Seattle or KC. The Packers have a better record than the Seahawks and the Chiefs, plus they beat both of those teams when they played them this year.

  64. The Packers are at #4? Maybe because of their record, but not because of how well they have been playing recently. Seattle and Pittsburgh look like better teams right now.

    That said, after the top five teams (Packers #6, Seattle #4, Pittsburgh #5) there is a significant drop off. Green Bay, Cincinnati and Denver all have major question marks right now.

  65. As a Ravens fan I didn’t think a season could be much worse than this. but then I look at the overall standings and 5 teams stand in front of us for the first pick in the 2016 draft.

    WOW!!!!!!

  66. steelcurtainn says:
    Dec 22, 2015 1:28 PM

    There must be some mistake.

    Pittsburgh fans already have the Steelers in the SB, so I figured they must be #1 in the power rankings.

    Where’s a steeler fans saying that. Sounds too me you like to stir the pot.
    ————————————————————
    Aren’t you the guy who has posted multiple times saying that the Patriots are going to throw the Jets game in order to try to avoid the Steelers? It’s like you’re trying really, really hard to convince yourself that it’s true.

    If they do meet up, I like NE 45-28.

  67. KC will drop like a rock should Manziel lead the Browns to a W this Sunday.

    KC “SHOULD” drop like a rock IF they lose to the Browns this Sunday.

  68. bleck5 says:
    Dec 22, 2015 10:44 AM
    The Packers are way too high. They should be behind the Seahawks, Steelers, and Chiefs.

    25 10

    The Packers are too high, I would have them at 8 but they are 2-0 this year against the teams you mentioned.

  69. guitarkevin says:
    Dec 22, 2015 3:53 PM

    As a Ravens fan I didn’t think a season could be much worse than this.
    ————————————————————
    At least you guys have the mustard pants. So that’s something.

  70. The Cowboys are not even good at getting the top draft pick! I hope all you “America’s Team” fans finally accept that they are just an average team, and have been for 2 decades.

  71. . Dolphins (5-9; No. 23): In roughly two weeks, they’ll offer the head-coaching job to the top candidate on their list, who will respectfully decline.
    ——-
    Could be for the best, considering who was first on the list in the past.

  72. The Carolina Paper Tigers have beaten 12 doormat teams and only 2 teams with a winning record. They are overrated and are barely a top five team. They are unproven and untested. This team has all the trappings of being a one and done team in the playoffs.

    The Super Bowl teams of the New York Nightmaras could beat this team in the playoffs.

    I am so proud to say I not only nailed the Great Gimmick in Washington for being worthless BEFORE the draft and I applauded Cousins after seeing him fill in the first time when the Gimmick was injured.

    I’m telling you that Cousins has a huge upside we have not seen yet. He’ll continue to improve because that is how he is – he has the intangible that Washington needs – he is a sponge that now understands his weaknesses and he improves. The Great Gimmick in Washington still has no idea he has a list of weaknesses nearly 20 items long that make it impossible for him to be a pro QB beyond being a one year gimmick.

  73. Chiefs have the same record as the Vikings. The Vikings beat them head to head. The Chiefs also have had an easy scheduled than the Vikings have had. I do not believe the Chiefs are a better team than the Vikings.

  74. STILLlolatpatshaters says:
    Dec 22, 2015 7:58 AM
    ATL over CAR.

    Calling it.

    #DivisionGamesAreFunnyLikeThat

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