Week 12 Power Rankings

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1. Cowboys (9-1; last week No. 1): The only thing that could make their Thanksgiving game against Washington better would be the return of Pat Summerall and John Madden to call it.

2. Raiders (8-2; No. 2): The logo should have traded the eye patch for a ski mask, given the way they stole the Monday night game from the Texans.

3. Seahawks (7-2-1; No. 3): From pretending to poop a football to giving his sideline the middle finger, Doug Baldwin is only a mimed urination away from completing the trifecta.

4. Patriots (8-2; No. 4): The Patriots left Jabaal Sheard on the other side of the country; the 49ers would like to send their entire defense to the other side of the planet.

5. Giants (7-3; No. 9): This is the last team the Cowboys want to see in the playoffs.

6. Broncos (7-3; No. 6): This is the last team the Raiders want to see in the playoffs.

7. Falcons (6-4; No. 7): This is a team that may be playing its last game at the Georgia Dome in the playoffs.

8. Chiefs (7-3; No. 5): If this team keeps playing like it did against Tampa, it may not last long in the playoffs.

9. Washington (6-3-1; No. 11): “You like that you like me now.”

10. Lions (6-4; No. 8): Go ahead and complain about the drop, Lions fans, but your team nearly lost to the Jaguars.

11. Dolphins (6-4; No. 12): The last time the Dolphins saw a fourth-quarter comeback like that, they were on the wrong end of the birth of Tebowmania.

12. Texans (6-4; No. 10): They win the games they should, they lose the games they should, lather, rinse, repeat, repeat, repeat.

13. Vikings (6-4; No. 16): That six weeks between victories felt like six years. With six games left, this team can still be dangerous in the postseason — if it gets there.

14. Bills (5-5; No. 17): Rex Ryan thinks the Jaguars are a great two-win team; many would say that the Bills are an average-at-best five-win team.

15. Packers (4-6; No. 13): With 153 points allowed in four games, some Packers employees may soon be gathering their belongings and placing them into luggage and other receptacles for clothing and other personal effects.

16. Eagles (5-5; No. 14): A year ago, 5-5 would have put them in contention for the division title. Now, it puts them firmly in the basement.

17. Ravens (5-5; No. 15): Even Ray Lewis trolling Joe Flacco wasn’t enough to get the Ravens over the hump in Dallas.

18. Steelers (5-5; No. 19): On Thanksgiving night, the Steelers will be giving thanks for not having to face Andrew Luck.

19. Colts (5-5; No. 24): “We Won On Thanksgiving With Scott Tolzien At Quarterback” is likely a banner that won’t be raised in Indianapolis.

20. Buccaneers (5-5; No. 23): If this team could play at home like it plays on the road, it would be running away with the division.

21. Titans (5-6; No. 18): If this team could play in the division like it plays out of the division, it would be running away with the division.

22. Bengals (3-6-1; No. 20): The easiest way to not lose in the playoffs is to not play in the playoffs.

23. Cardinals (4-5-1; No. 22): “Next on Season Two of All or Nothing, more nothing.”

24. Panthers (4-6; No. 27): The Black Hole is both the next place the Panthers will play and a fitting description for the current location of the version of the team that went 15-1 a year ago.

25. Chargers (4-6; No. 25): The only major item left on the docket is to avoid becoming the only team to lose to the Browns.

26. Saints (4-6; No. 21): Of all the teams in the division, this is the one that could go the deepest into the postseason — if it can get there.

27. Rams (4-6; No. 26): Well, at least they won’t be 7-9 again.

28. Jets (3-7; No. 28): Ryan Fitzpatrick remains the starting quarterback. They must really hate him.

29. Bears (2-8; No. 29): Charles Barkley would be a better option at quarterback.

30. Jaguars (2-8; No. 30): It feels like Gus Bradley is a blowout away from being blown out of his job.

31. 49ers (1-9; No. 31): Patriots fans have somehow figured out how to deal with those traffic problems in Santa Clara.

32. Browns (0-11; No. 32): They say they’re not focused on wins and losses. It’s probably safe to go ahead and focus on losses.

101 responses to “Week 12 Power Rankings

  1. I’m a Packers fan and had to laugh that you had them 15th.

    25th maybe but probably closer to 29th right now. They have nobody to play DB, they have one RB, 2.5 ILBs. They have 2 TEs.

    I’m wondering why they even show up for games at this point. Just about any NFL team will chew them up.

  2. From pretending to poop a football to giving his sideline the middle finger, Doug Baldwin is only a mimed urination away from completing the trifecta

    What does this even mean?

  3. HAHAHA, seriously, who has the man crush with aaron rodgers to continually keep the packers that high?

    They are absolute garbage yet they are that high.

    There has to be a preferred packer stockholder at PFT writing these things.

  4. I’m still not a believer in the cowboys.. they just seem to be getting all the calls and all the breaks to squeak out wins. They aren’t beating anyone with any dominance. Philly gave that game away and if you disagree you didn’t watch. Dallas was dominated that entire game.

  5. 5. Giants (7-3; No. 9): This is the last team the Cowboys want to see in the playoffs.

    Would make more sense with the Patriots. Remember what happened in Super Bowl XLII and XLVI…

  6. Florid, go ahead and call out the Bills, that’s fine. We might be average at best, but at least we are not putrid as your Packers. Whom, by the way, you still put ahead of teams with an actual shot at making the playoffs.

  7. So let me get this right.

    The Vikings were ranked 16th at 5-4 last week.
    The Packers are ranked 15th at 4-6.

    The Packers have lost to:
    Vikings, Colts and Titans, and you rank them higher than those teams?

    What is it with all the love for the packers?
    Its not just Florio either its all of the announcers, the refs and the media.

  8. Just can’t see putting a D giving up 24+ PPG in the top 5

    Cowboys
    Seahawks
    Patriots
    Broncos
    Giants
    Raiders
    Chiefs
    Redskins
    Falcons
    Lions
    22 other teams.

  9. The Packers are a third tier team. Put them where they belong.
    I’d say a fair top 10 would be
    1.Cowboys
    2. Raiders
    3. Seahawks
    4. Patriots
    After Top 4 is pretty much just semantics
    5. Broncos
    6. Giants
    7. Chiefs
    8. Redskins
    9. Lions
    10. Falcons
    The Second Tier Teams are: Pretty much semantics for 11-20
    Texans, Dolphins, Vikings, Bucs, Eagles, Steelers, Ravens, Titans, Colts, and Bills.
    The Third Tier: 20-28 (Better luck next season, so order becomes semantics)
    Rams, Saints, Cardinals, Panthers, Packers, Bengals, Chargers, Jets,
    The Fourth Tier: 29-30
    Jags (At least Khan has a beast Mustache) and Bears
    The Fifth Tier: 30-32
    49ers and Browns (I feel bad for Browns fans but at least the Cavs and Indians are good)

  10. From a Packers fan, they should be at best around 22, and probably around 29, ahead of only Chi, SF and Cle. Half of the teams between the 15th spot (where the Packers are ranked) and 21 have beaten the Packers after the Eagles game completes Monday night.

    They’re not even as good as the Vikings right now. Ouch.

  11. Bears at 29? This must have been written before the news broke about Freeman and Cutler. The Jags already beat them and the Browns would beat them if they played each other this year. So that’s #31 at best.

    This from a Bears fan embracing the suck and hoping this year winds up being rock bottom for an organization that needs to make a lot of changes this offseason.

  12. Honestly, the Vikings won so I’m surprised you didn’t place them in the top 5. Also, the Raiders are too high. No way they could hold up against the Hawks or the Pats, plus the Chiefs spanked them in their own home.

  13. Injuries are starting to stack up so these next few weeks could really shake things up for a lot of teams. Dallas looks like they are going to coast into the playoffs, but it will be interesting to see how the rookies perform in the playoffs.

  14. I’m not denying that the Packers might have top 15 talent, but their complete lack of effort the last three weeks should have them in the high 20’s. They’re just collecting paychecks at this point!

  15. “I’m a Packers fan and had to laugh that you had them 15th.
    …..
    I’m wondering why they even show up for games at this point. Just about any NFL team will chew them up.”

    Newsflash, they stopped showing up for games weeks ago.

  16. “21. Titans: If this team could play in the division like it plays out of the division, it would be running away with the division.”

    The good news is if Tennessee can somehow sneak into the playoffs, no one else from the division will be there. 😉

  17. So, why don’t the Raiders want to see the Broncos in the playoffs? They’ve beaten them two straight times. Chiefs, maybe. Also, if Pat Summerall comes back on Thursday, we have more to worry about than football.

  18. So a team that is FOURTEENTH in their own conference in playoff standings is FIFTEENTH in the entire NFL? Surrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrre. P.S., called this one yesterday.

  19. “10. Lions (6-4; No. 8): Go ahead and complain about the drop, Lions fans, but your team nearly lost to the Jaguars.”

    So did yours, Mr. Florio (remember week 1?)

  20. When a team loses four straight games while giving up nearly 40 points a game, it doesn’t belong in the top half of the league. There are seven teams with better records ranked behind the Packers. I get that it’s a bit at this point, but it’s not a good bit. You’re embarrassing yourself.

  21. As an Eagles fan and impartial observer (hate ’em both) , the Cowboys need not fear the Giants. Week 1 games mean nothing. While the Cowboys have been getting better every week and steamrolling their competition, the Giants have been eeking out wins against bad teams at home.

    A win’s a win, but these teams are in two different classes as of today.

  22. A look ahead to the week 17 rankings: Packers plummet to No. 19 in this weeks rankings after their 4-12 finish.

  23. I don’ t think this Dallas team cares who is on the other side of the field. This Dallas team at this point is infinitely better than the team that lost to NYG in week 1 by 1 point. No team is more balanced on offense and Dallas’ D has been able to make teams one dimensional. Bring on ALL comers.

  24. so sad the hate Florio has for the Raiders, guess he doesn’t realize the Raiders own the Broncos. he will soon find out

  25. Don’t sleep on Miami.. Yes they barely beat the Rams but did it with 3rd string OL against one of the best DL in the league. Games vs SF, Arizona, Jets, Bills should be a W
    Games vs Ravens and NE would be the only 2 they are not favored in. They ALWAYS play NE tough at home.
    If they go 5 and 1 through the rat of the year they will be 11-5

  26. The funny thing with all of these power rankings is they have the Cowboys at #1 simply for their record but if you ask any analyst they’d take the Pats or Seahawks over them right now.

    I’m not sure I’d disagree. Our defense is too heavily reliant on the offense and time of possession.

  27. yg20910 says:
    Nov 22, 2016 12:47 PM
    As an Eagles fan and impartial observer (hate ’em both) , the Cowboys need not fear the Giants. Week 1 games mean nothing. While the Cowboys have been getting better every week and steamrolling their competition, the Giants have been eeking out wins against bad teams at home.

    A win’s a win, but these teams are in two different classes as of today.

    They have, apart from 1 in the NFC South and 1 in the NFC West, the exact same teams on the schedule. So if the Giants are beating bad teams, who are the Cowboys beating, exactly?

  28. “Rex Ryan thinks the Jaguars are a great two-win team; many would say that the Bills are an average-at-best five-win team.”

    Wouldn’t any 5-5 team be average?

  29. I don’ t think this Dallas team cares who is on the other side of the field. This Dallas team at this point is infinitely better than the team that lost to NYG in week 1 by 1 point. No team is more balanced on offense and Dallas’ D has been able to make teams one dimensional. Bring on ALL comers.

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    don’t take division rivals lightly.

  30. In Teddy We Trust says:
    Nov 22, 2016 12:50 PM
    leatherface2012 says:
    Nov 22, 2016 12:28 PM

    packers at 15? so if they finish at 5-11 you’ll have them at 16
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    Where are you finding that fifth win?

    bears

  31. Florio, I’m a Lions Fan, and I know Power Rankings are as meaningless as Pre-season Superbowl predictions. Im not worried about where the Lions stack up in a PFT Power Ranking. Im worried about the slim margin they won, coming off a bye week, against a 2 & ?? Jaguars team…..worried about how they will play a hungry Vikings team on Thanksgiving.

  32. finzfan49 says:Nov 22, 2016 12:56 PM

    Don’t sleep on Miami.. Yes they barely beat the Rams but did it with 3rd string OL against one of the best DL in the league. Games vs SF, Arizona, Jets, Bills should be a W
    Games vs Ravens and NE would be the only 2 they are not favored in. They ALWAYS play NE tough at home.
    If they go 5 and 1 through the rat of the year they will be 11-5
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    So let me get this straight. You barely beat the Bills in Miami without them having their 2 top WRs Watkins and Woods, Dareus, and a gimpy McCoy but now your going into Buffalo in December (where Tannehill never wins) against a healthier line up and chalk it up as an ez win?
    Somebody ate their Wheaties this morning!

  33. Wait, wait…….using the Barney logic I’ve learned after years of PFT postings, the Packers beat the Lions and Giants.
    So obviously Green Bay should be ranked over them.
    Duhhhhh!

  34. The ski masks from the last nights gave were worn by the referees, they were the ones that stole that game.

    Raiders defense should prevent them from being top 5. But clearly the powers that be want them to eclipse that 8 won mark they’ve had a strangle hold on for 14 years.

    They will be humiliated sooner rather than later.

  35. We all know Eli Manning has been an assassin once he gets into the playoffs, but why do people just assume he will be again, if they get in? Nothing is guaranteed and every QB needs the team to step up and perform. His Oline is a liability and a limited unit.

    Now if Eli went in with even 2/10th of the Cowboys Oline, then, sure, I can understand the confidence. But Newhouse, Flowers and co don’t exactly inspire confidence.

  36. As an Eagles fan and impartial observer (hate ’em both) , the Cowboys need not fear the Giants. Week 1 games mean nothing. While the Cowboys have been getting better every week and steamrolling their competition, the Giants have been eeking out wins against bad teams at home.
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    Dallas is a better team overall but they have not been steamrolling anyone. They almost lost to skins and eagles and looked rough against Ravens.

    As a Giants fan I expect Dallas to win the next matchup but I also wouldn’t be shocked if the Giants just squeezed out ano win too. That’s something I couldn’t say last year.

  37. Watch the Raiders Texans game again. It’s on NFL Network right now…..

    The refs spotted the ball short many times throughout the game. Both teams lost yardage and first downs. I’m not sure why one sticks out??? 3 out of 4 plays on one Raider drive at the end of the 1st quarter was called wrong as well as many times in the game for both sides.

  38. Please everybody keep NOT believing in the Cowboys, haters say: lucky, easy schedule (Didn’t the AFC North have 2 playoff teams last year? Sweep them), don’t trust Dak (he’ll crash soon), getting all the calls….Also, Dallas has beaten 4 playoff teams from last year, how is that an easy schedule. Not worried about the Giants, more worried about Redskins (they are a much more complete team than Giants). I truly believe and hate to admit it, but the Patriot’s are the best team in the league now, but Dallas and Raiders are the future!!! Skins are a really good young team also.

  39. curtj5 says:
    Nov 22, 2016 1:13 PM
    The Raider will defeat Dallas in the Superbowl
    ________________

    You have a lot more confidence in their defenses than can be realistically justified.

  40. las0023 says:
    Nov 22, 2016 1:30 PM
    Giants much too high. They beat 1 team all year above .500 and that was the Cowboys before they got going.
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    As opposed to the Cowboys who haven’t beaten any teams that currently have winning records? If the Giants are much too high at 5 for that reason then how do you justify the Cowboys at 1?

  41. #15-20 should be, Eagles, Bucs, Steelers, GB, Ravens, Colts….in a one game series give me the Seahawks, then Pats, cowboys and Raiders

  42. I will reconcile the NYG-Dal thing for you all.

    – We’re too high at #5. We’re on the ascent but not #5 material yet. Probably like 7 or 8.

    – Not being a homer but we match up well with Dallas. Our DL is stout. They’re not just gonna run roughshod over us like everyone else. Jenkins can and has erased Dez. Not saying he can’t do it but Dak will be forced to really read a Spags defense with an open playbook this time around.

    – Dallas is good but I was actually more afraid of their 07′ #1 seeded team than this one. That team had a top 5 OL, young Romo, weapons all over and, most importantly, a defense with real pass rushers.

    – The later cartooney Madden/Summerall sucked. The early 80’s version of them calling an NFC East game of this magnitude on T’Giving rocked.

  43. You say the Bills are an “average-at-best” 5-win team, yet out of all the 5-win teams (there are seven), you rank the Bills the highest.

    Interesting logic.

  44. “Giants much too high. They beat 1 team all year above .500 and that was the Cowboys before they got going.
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    As opposed to the Cowboys who haven’t beaten any teams that currently have winning records? If the Giants are much too high at 5 for that reason then how do you justify the Cowboys at 1?”

    Cowboys have won on the road by more points…and they’ve won 2 more games…

  45. nygnjd says:
    Nov 22, 2016 1:03 PM
    yg20910 says:
    Nov 22, 2016 12:47 PM
    As an Eagles fan and impartial observer (hate ’em both) , the Cowboys need not fear the Giants. Week 1 games mean nothing. While the Cowboys have been getting better every week and steamrolling their competition, the Giants have been eeking out wins against bad teams at home.

    A win’s a win, but these teams are in two different classes as of today.

    They have, apart from 1 in the NFC South and 1 in the NFC West, the exact same teams on the schedule. So if the Giants are beating bad teams, who are the Cowboys beating, exactly?

    Let’s see:

    They beat Washington… you didn’t
    They beat GB (by 2 TDS)…you lost
    They crushed Cincy… you won by a point
    They killed the Bears (when healthy)…. you scraped by
    They also beat Pittsburgh… who you’ve yet to play

    So in short, yeah they’ve played the same bad teams, but one team has won impressively and the other team hasn’t. The Giants have the talent to make a run, but they have not shown much of an indication that they are one of the elite teams in the NFL just because they’re winning some games that they should win. They might be 7-3 but their + 4 point differential is 18th in the NFL.

  46. 2 of your 9 wins also came against the Browns and 49ers….a collective 1-20. You have a right to be excited but since you haven’t been this good this late in awhile, take it from a team that’s won some hardware this millennium…back it down a notch.

  47. The Tale of Two QB’s

    It was the best of times in 2012 when the Great Gimmick showed that if you were a QB Halloween Costume you can fool some people all of the time.

    It was the worst of times in 2016 when the Great Squatter, Colon Krappernick, elevated himself above all other worthless players and decided to let real men stand for the National Anthem while he squatted while earning $11 million a year.

    And now the Great Gimmick is nursing another glass item that he injured and threatens he might come back to ensure the Cleveland Dog Piles go winless.

    Krappernick got his starting gig back and continues to prove he truly is the loser we all thought he was.

    And so the former starters who turned into bench warmers will soon again be starters doing what they do best – losing.

  48. Hahaha the Packers could be #31 ahead of only the Browns, and Viking fans would still be crying that they’re ranked too high.

  49. justintuckrule says:
    Nov 22, 2016 3:25 PM

    2 of your 9 wins also came against the Browns and 49ers….a collective 1-20. You have a right to be excited but since you haven’t been this good this late in awhile, take it from a team that’s won some hardware this millennium…back it down a notch.
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    Yes, but your hardware is quickly becoming a faded memory as well!! The Cowboys are young and getting better and well your team is… NOT

  50. justintuckrule says:
    Nov 22, 2016 3:25 PM
    2 of your 9 wins also came against the Browns and 49ers….a collective 1-20. You have a right to be excited but since you haven’t been this good this late in awhile, take it from a team that’s won some hardware this millennium…back it down a notch.
    ____________________________
    Giants BARELY beat the Bears and Browns. Take a seat young man

  51. usdcoyotesfan says:
    Nov 22, 2016 4:10 PM

    Hahaha the Packers could be #31 ahead of only the Browns, and Viking fans would still be crying that they’re ranked too high.
    ************************************************
    No body but your own fan base cares about your dumpster fire of a team steaming towards a double digit loss season, but remember in fairytail land you punked Russell Wilson as well so theres that to make you all warm an fuzzy

  52. vikingsdefineaverage says:
    Nov 22, 2016 4:25 PM

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    Giants BARELY beat the Bears and Browns. Take a seat young man

    They beat Chicago by 6. 6, 16, 60, this ain’t the BCS. There are no style points. You win or lose. Margin of victory is irrelevant. As for the Browns, they actually don’t play them until this upcoming Sunday, but thanks for the vote of confidence.

  53. I’m not just saying this bc i hate the Packers… wtf are they doing this high on the list? They’ve been awful this year. Take Aaron Rodgers off this team and they have 0 wins. It’s embarrassing for a team with a top 5 QB to be that bad. Its at least understandable for teams without a great qb.

  54. Packers at 15 is absurd. I am a fan of that team and I don’t believe they could beat anyone in the league right now. Their defense is horrible and their offense is just going through the motions, waiting for the season to finally be over. McCarthy has allowed the players to check out. Capers hasn’t been able to get a defense together during his time there. The Packers need to dump Capers and Thompson. They have a few more years with Rodgers and then they are in trouble. No point wasting his last couple productive years.

  55. Everytime I post something saying the Packers are ranked too high, it gets deleted.

    So let me ask – why are the Packers only ranked 15th? Should be top 10.

  56. 81TinaKane says:
    Nov 22, 2016 4:41 PM
    usdcoyotesfan says:
    Nov 22, 2016 4:10 PM

    Hahaha the Packers could be #31 ahead of only the Browns, and Viking fans would still be crying that they’re ranked too high.
    ************************************************
    No body but your own fan base cares about your dumpster fire of a team steaming towards a double digit loss season,
    ————————————————–
    Apparently you do. You’re whining about another team’s ranking instead of worrying about your own Vikings’ poor play as of late.

  57. but remember in fairytail land you punked Russell Wilson as well so theres that to make you all warm an fuzzy
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    You’re right, I do feel warm and fuzzy about it. Because it really happened a few years ago. I told that dude to whoop this since he thought he was so tough, and he wanted none of this. He tried to talk his way out of it.

  58. atthemurph says:
    Nov 22, 2016 12:06 PM
    I’m a Packers fan and had to laugh that you had them 15th.
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    As a fellow Packers fan, I laughed as well. I put them at #8.

  59. jbaxt says:
    Nov 22, 2016 1:25 PM

    The ski masks from the last nights gave were worn by the referees, they were the ones that stole that game.
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    The refs weren’t running pick plays on Houston LBs, allowing Raider backs to gallop freely down the seams. But keep on whining about how lucky the Raiders have been, while you stress over Alex Smith while quietly coveting Derek Carr.

  60. Stole ?? STOLE ??? Its what Raiders do, get used to it,
    The Autumn Wind is a pirate
    Blustering in from sea,
    With a rollicking song, he sweeps along,
    Swaggering boisterously.
    His face is weather beaten.
    He wears a hooded sash,
    With a silver hat about his head,
    And a bristling black mustache.
    He growls as he storms the country,
    A villain big and bold.
    And the trees all shake and quiver and quake,
    As he robs them of their gold.
    The Autumn Wind is a raider,
    Pillaging just for fun.
    He’ll knock you ’round and upside down,
    And laugh when he’s conquered and won.

  61. 1. Cowboys (9-1; last week No. 1): The only thing that could make their Thanksgiving game against Washington better would be the return of Pat Summerall and John Madden to call it.

    Am I the only one who cant stand Joe Buck calling games ??? He ruins them with his babbling. Just repeating what ever they tell him in his headphones, and doing a Cowboy game ???? This is gonna be awful !

  62. Note to Florio :

    Please rank the Packers 32nd and put the Vikings at number 1 next week. Gloating purples are easier to put up with then the weekly incessant purple whiners and Packer haters.

  63. On the NFC playoff picture post you had the Packers like 14th out of 16 possible teams ahead of only the Bears and 49ers. So their 14th in the NFC but 15th in the NFL? Seriously?

  64. As for the Lions, every team out there, even the worst teams, come in thinking they can beat the Lions. It’s in the Lion’s DNA right now to seem beatable to any team.

    And, no they didn’t play well and barely beat them, thanks to the Lion’s D, which is not worthy of thanking for much lately.

  65. Honestly I think it is apparent to most people on here that these power rankings are crafted by a man who doesn’t even watch every play of every game. Just looks at the standings and listens to who other people are talking about. Oh and really really really loves the Packers for some reason.

    I don’t particularly like SI’s take on a lot of things but their practice of limiting the rankings to 15 teams makes a lot of sense. And they seem to actually, you know, watch all the games.

  66. Raiders still would have won Monday! People act like that call happened at the end of the game. Geez! Yes I’m a Raiders fan but too high. Seattle, Dallas and Pats you figure out the rest lol
    Said this before. I see some KC fans wre calling them the Faiders. Clever. You kinda looked like the Chefs against Tampa this past Sunday. LOL

    I’m also a Bears fan………….
    NOW THAT”S A TRAINWRECK! Yes Cleveland would beat them like a drum!

  67. mackame15 says:
    Nov 22, 2016 5:07 PM
    Not sure if they will even make it with an ultra competitive division but NOBODY wants the Giants.

    Pats – Gmen : the Trilogy
    _________________________________________
    As a Pats fan, I would love to see the Giants in the SB again. NO team can perform 3 miracles in a row. I’m not saying the Giants didn’t win fair and square, but there was more than a little luck involved both times.

    The bigger problem for the Giants is that they have to make the playoffs to get to the SB.

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