PFT’s Week Seven 2020 power rankings

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1. Seahawks (previously No. 1; 5-0): If the Seahawks used the bye week to get even a little better on defense, they may be unstoppable.

2. Titans (No. 5; 5-0): Vastly underrated offense, possibly overrated defense.

3. Steelers (No. 7; 5-0): Perhaps the second most balanced team in the league.

4. Chiefs (No. 3; 5-1): All those running plays called by the Chiefs can mean only one thing — Andy Reids face shield had fogged up so much that he couldn’t see the call sheet.

5. Ravens (No. 4; 5-1): They can’t screw around with a team like the Eagles and expect to hang with the elite franchises in the AFC.

6. Packers (No. 2; 4-1): When the Matt LaFleur Packers lose, they don’t mess around.

7. Bears (No. 12; 5-1): Winning ugly is better than losing pretty is better than losing ugly is better than being ugly.

8. Buccaneers (No. 15; 4-2): With all the focus on the offense, the Bucs may have their best defense since the days of Sapp, Brooks, Rice, Barber, and Lynch.

9. Saints (No. 10; 3-2): If Michael Thomas returns after the bye, the Saints could start making their move.

10. Bills (No. 8; 4-2): When the Chiefs decide to run all day long, you know you have a really bad run defense.

11. Rams (No. 9; 4-2): The unofficial NFC East champs apparently aren’t ready for the NFC West portion of their schedule.

12. Patriots (No. 6, 2-3): It’s hard to win games without practice, especially with a roster full of new pieces.

13. Raiders (No. 13; 3-2): With Tom Brady coming to town, Derek Carr has a chance to go from beating the best in the quarterback currently in the game to the best who ever played the game.

14. Colts (No. 16; 4-2): Good news, they came back from a 21-0 deficit against the Bengals. Bad news, they had a 21-0 deficit against the Bengals.

15. Cardinals (No. 17; 4-2): Kyler Murray needs more prime-time exposure in order to be fully appreciated.

16. Browns (No. 11; 4-2): If they win the games they should, they’ll still make the playoffs — despite what happened in Pittsburgh.

17. Panthers (No. 14; 3-3): They’re still overachieving, and laying the foundation for a bright future.

18. Dolphins (No. 18; 3-3): The Bills may have to be more worried about the Dolphins than the Patriots.

19. 49ers (No. 20; 3-3): The win over the Rams won’t mean anything if they can’t keep the momentum going.

20. Broncos (No. 24; 2-3): As coach Vic Fangio said after the win at New England, field goals will not beat the Chiefs on Sunday.

21. Chargers (No. 21; 1-4): The Jaguars a/k/a Shad Khan’s Slump Tonic are coming to town just in time.

22. Eagles (No. 22; 1-4-1): Glass half full, they played the Ravens competitively. Glass half empty, they blew their shot at stealing one.

23. Bengals (No. 23; 1-4-1): See above. Replace Ravens with Colts.

24. Lions (No. 27; 2-3): Built lead? Good. Held lead? Better.

25. Falcons (No. 30; 1-5): Built lead? Good. Held lead? Better.

26. Cowboys (No. 19; 2-4): Nice knowin’ ya, Mike Nolan.

27. Giants (No. 31; 1-5): Another year, another win over Washington that will give Washington a higher spot in the draft order.

28. Vikings (No. 25; 1-5): Kirk Cousins thinks he’ll be benched if he keeps throwing interceptions. He’d have to throw a lot of interceptions to be benched for Sean Mannion.

29. Texans (No. 26; 1-5): I like the Romeo Crennel decision to go for two up seven, even though it didn’t work.

30. Washington (No. 28; 1-5): They need to switch to Alex Smith before the season slips away.

31. Jaguars (No. 29; 1-5): If only the Jaguars could play the Jaguars, they’d begin to turn things around.

32. Jets (No. 32; 0-6): Has there ever been a team worse than the 2020 Jets? And why does it feel like it will keep getting worse?

85 responses to “PFT’s Week Seven 2020 power rankings

  1. Man, I’m a Steelers fan and even I’m saying this is just a ridiculous ranking based on record.

    No way TEN and PIT should be above KC and BAL.

  2. The Packers and Bears do not meet until quite late in the season. Those two black and blue division games will be “must-see.”

  3. Packers ranked higher than Bucs right after Tampa Bay routed Green Bay 38-10. Makes total sense.

  4. Bengals eagles giants Chargers all too high. Vikings too low.
    Vikes NARROWLY lost to two of the best (and undefeated) teams in the league.
    The other four have looked putrid in every game they played.

  5. “12. Patriots (No. 6, 2-3): It’s hard to win games without practice, especially with a roster full of new pieces.”

    Maybe the hoodie could get a few tips on that from Mike Vrabel.

  6. I think the Bills have dropped a little too far IMO. They lost two games, one blow out to a very good Titans team and a fairly competitive game versus KC last night. Josh Allen’s play needs to step up along with the D the last few weeks. However these power rankings are live time and they are not playing well now.

  7. Browns below the Colts? Really? Colts lost to THE Browns and Jags. Browns lost to the Ravens and Steelers. It’s not that hard fellas.

  8. Hahahaha @ where Florio has his Patriots. They are way too high. I mean WAY too high 😁

  9. It truly is amazing how the Titans got away with breaking all the COVID rules. Toss in some practices that definitely happened but nobody will talk about and this is even more ridiculous.

  10. legionofzoom says:
    October 20, 2020 at 7:46 am
    “12. Patriots (No. 6, 2-3): It’s hard to win games without practice, especially with a roster full of new pieces.”

    Maybe the hoodie could get a few tips on that from Mike Vrabel.
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    Um, the Titans don’t have a roster full of new pieces.

  11. Packers ranked higher than Bucs right after Tampa Bay routed Green Bay 38-10. Makes total sense.
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    So if the Jets blew out the Seahawks would you rank the Jets above Seattle?

  12. The Bills and KC game was not close. The refs probably gave the Bills more 1st downs than they earned. Allen was 50% and their defense gave up nearly 250 yards rushing.

  13. Titans have Henry. It makes the game plan a lot easier.
    Pound the ball until the defense is exhausted
    Open up the passing game to put the opponent in the hole.
    Pound the ball some more to control the clock.

  14. From a Rams fan perspective, I want to see them at #18. Yes you can only beat teams on your schedule; beating the Bears will make me feel a lot better. That’s all.

  15. Vikes NARROWLY lost to two of the best (and undefeated) teams in the league.
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    They just gave up 40 pts to the winless falcons and lost by 3 scores.

  16. There’s only one tiny problem with the Patriots: the roster is absolutely pathetic. Other than that it’s not so bad.

  17. A roster full of new pieces? It’s the same team as last year. Ahhhh more excuses for your favorite babushka boy

  18. carloswlassiter says:
    October 20, 2020 at 8:41 am
    legionofzoom says:
    October 20, 2020 at 7:46 am
    “12. Patriots (No. 6, 2-3): It’s hard to win games without practice, especially with a roster full of new pieces.”

    Maybe the hoodie could get a few tips on that from Mike Vrabel.
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    Um, the Titans don’t have a roster full of new pieces.
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    Um, no team has missed more practices than the Titans. They’re winning. As for the new pieces, isn’t BB supposed to be the best ever? Should be no problem for him.

    Pats fans don’t accept these kinds of excuses from other team’s fans. Works both ways.

  19. gallopinghost says:
    October 20, 2020 at 8:43 am
    Packers ranked higher than Bucs right after Tampa Bay routed Green Bay 38-10. Makes total sense.
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    So if the Jets blew out the Seahawks would you rank the Jets above Seattle?

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    Big difference between a bad team beating the brakes off of a good team in an upset and a good team doing the same to another good team, Tampa should be rated higher than GB after this week.

  20. 2. Titans (No. 5; 5-0): Vastly underrated offense, possibly overrated defense.
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    Who is overrating our defense? We all know it sucks. Just hoping getting our #1 CB back can bring it up to average at least.

  21. The Texans should be above the Vikings. The Texans are a MUCH stronger team than the Vikings overall. This is supposed to be a power rankings. Some of you don’t think that the overall rosters or injuries should be factored in at all.

  22. legionofzoom says:

    Um, the Titans don’t have a roster full of new pieces.

    Funny how before the season all the Patriots Kool-Aid drinkers were talking about how they were going to the Super Bowl with Stidham and how they wouldn’t miss a beat because BB is a genius. Now all of a sudden here come the excuses about new pieces. I guess BB isn’t a genius after all and it was all Brady. The truth hurts.

  23. I’ve never understood why teams with the best records should automatically be at the top of the list. Are the power rankings primarily about record? I feel like it should be about team substance, coaching, player health, etc., as well.

  24. I am a Titans fan & I think #2 is too high. Same with the Seahawks. Both teams have defenses that are just not getting it done. Steelers are probably #1 at the moment. Something like this feels right at this moment in time.

    Steelers
    Chiefs
    Seahawks
    Ravens
    Titans

  25. 2ruefan says:
    October 20, 2020 at 7:33 am
    Bengals eagles giants Chargers all too high. Vikings too low.
    Vikes NARROWLY lost to two of the best (and undefeated) teams in the league.
    The other four have looked putrid in every game they played.
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    As a Viking fan, I might have agreed with you before this recent Sunday. But, that loss to the Falcons means they should only be ahead of the Jets, and only due to the Jets possibly being historically bad this season. Zero fire and effort from the Vikings. They have already thrown in the towel. I am sure they will win a couple of games yet, to worsen their draft position, but relying on rookie CBs with limited pass rush, and relying on swiss cheese OL, means they will not come close to getting back to .500 this season.

  26. BB/TB tracker

    BB: 2-3*
    TB: 4-2

    * first time in 19 years the Patriots have a losing record 5 games in to the season. This was TB’s rookie year.

  27. Funny how before the season all the Patriots Kool-Aid drinkers were talking about how they were going to the Super Bowl with Stidham and how they wouldn’t miss a beat because BB is a genius. Now all of a sudden here come the excuses about new pieces. I guess BB isn’t a genius after all and it was all Brady. The truth hurts.

    Stop posting this stupid comment Over and over NO ONE said they were going to the SB with Stidham.

    The Patriots have so much space in some of your heads you make stuff up.

    Pathetic..

  28. Wasn’t it cute when packer trolls thought they were going to win the super bowl and now they are fighting off supremacy for a wild card spot!

  29. I know Rivera is attached to Kyle Allen, but they won’t win games with him. It’s definitely Alex Smith time, their division is very winnable.

  30. itsamadmadmadmadworld says:
    October 20, 2020 at 9:14 am
    legionofzoom says:

    Um, the Titans don’t have a roster full of new pieces.

    Funny how before the season all the Patriots Kool-Aid drinkers were talking about how they were going to the Super Bowl with Stidham and how they wouldn’t miss a beat because BB is a genius. Now all of a sudden here come the excuses about new pieces. I guess BB isn’t a genius after all and it was all Brady. The truth hurts.

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    I only remember one poster here making such claims…..and we all know who he is

  31. It’s hard to win games without practice, especially with a roster full of new pieces.
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    And yet you still think that this roster full of new pieces is better than the Raiders, Colts, Browns, Dolphins, 49ers, Cardinals AND a Broncos team with the EXACT same record that JUST beat them? Pardon me but your bias is showing. Just like it is when you dropped the Chiefs a spot for winning on the road in the rain against the leader of the AFC East.
    Come on Florio, you are supposed to be better than this.

  32. As Jimmy gets healthier we continue to climb theae ranks. 3-3 now, we will end 12-4 and will continue on our way to six. #goniners #nobodyhasitbetter

  33. The NFC E doesn’t deserve to host a playoff game. I’d be shocked if one of those teams makes it to .500. It’ll probably be a 6 win team hosting a playoff game.

  34. steelbydesign says:
    October 20, 2020 at 6:36 am
    Man, I’m a Steelers fan and even I’m saying this is just a ridiculous ranking based on record.

    No way TEN and PIT should be above KC and BAL.

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    I agree on KC, but they have looked vulnerable lately.

    Ten should be ahead of Bal though. Better record, beat them out of the playoffs last year. What evidence do we have that Baltimore are better?

    Pit should be ahead simply because they are leading the division and playing well, but we won’t really know who is better there until they play.

  35. “Wasn’t it cute when packer trolls thought they were going to win the super bowl and now they are fighting off supremacy for a wild card spot!”

    Hahahahahaha, 1-5.

  36. Kirk Cousins thinks he’ll be benched if he keeps throwing interceptions. He’d have to throw a lot of interceptions to be benched for Sean Mannion.
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    Cousins: “Challenge accepted.”

  37. freefromwhatyouare says:
    October 20, 2020 at 9:13 am

    The Texans should be above the Vikings. The Texans are a MUCH stronger team than the Vikings overall. This is supposed to be a power rankings. Some of you don’t think that the overall rosters or injuries should be factored in at all.
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    Some of us think head-to-head competition should be factored in. The Vikings beat the Texans. I’m sure you have no problem with the Packers being above the Bucs despite losing 38-10 to them two days ago.

  38. Steve Erkel says:
    October 20, 2020 at 11:35 am
    #12 is going to be spanked by #19.

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    Kind of a must win game for both teams. Should be interesting to see if BB or Jimmy G has the upper hand in the matchup and if the Patriots defense can hold off the 49ers running game. No Mostert helps the Patriots for sure.

  39. Reclaiming My Time says:
    October 20, 2020 at 11:59 am

    Some of us think head-to-head competition should be factored in. The Vikings beat the Texans. I’m sure you have no problem with the Packers being above the Bucs despite losing 38-10 to them two days ago.
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    A majority of us simply don’t give a crap because Power Rankings are completely meaningless, but it is fun to read people’s dopey comments.

    And seriously, once you get curb stomped at home, by an 0-5 team who just fired their head coach no-less, doesn’t just about any argument you can muster become moot?

  40. Titans are better than Seahawks. Love Russell Wilson but the only reason he needs to come up with 4th quarter heroics every week is because his team almost loses every game.

  41. The only thing stopping the Buccaneers from winning the super bowl right now is their inconsistency. They can play like the best team in the league one week, but proceed to play awful against a weaker team on the road the next game. Having said all of this, they rank 10th in scoring offense and currently 8th in scoring defense. In gematria, the common number associated with the Bucs this season is 111. Brady and Bruce Arians have a combined age of 111. Jason Licht, the team’s general manager, also has an English ordinal of 111. Both Belichick and Licht attended a Wesleyan school. One hundred eleven spelt out has an English ordinal of 171. This number has a triangular number of 18. It has been 18 football seasons since the Bucs won their last super bowl.

    18 years has a reverse ordinal of 76. Tampa Bay’s first season was played in 1976. 55th super bowl equals 61, which has a prime number of 18. The Bucs were founded 46 years ago. Tom Brady has a reverse full reduction of 46. 2021 super bowl also has a full reduction of 46. This will be the third super bowl being hosted at Raymond James Stadium. Third super bowl equals 73. The pirate ship equals 73. Tom Brady is trying to become 7-3 in super bowls. 51st modern era super bowl equals 98. Tom Brady also equals 98. So, I personally have this team targeted right now. We’ll see what happens. The league has done similar things for other teams in the past, especially for Peyton Manning’s Broncos.

  42. @progressiveshatethetruth2

    Whoa that’s a lot of numerical illuminati stuff, but I’m going to agree with it since it ends in a Bucs SB win.

  43. Joseph Simmons says:
    October 20, 2020 at 7:32 am
    Packers ranked higher than Bucs right after Tampa Bay routed Green Bay 38-10. Makes total sense.
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    Packers have a better record than the Bucs.

  44. Calvin Hobbes says:
    October 20, 2020 at 12:57 pm
    Joseph Simmons says:
    October 20, 2020 at 7:32 am
    Packers ranked higher than Bucs right after Tampa Bay routed Green Bay 38-10. Makes total sense.
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    Packers have a better record than the Bucs.
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    And the Bears have a better record than the Packers, what’s your point.

  45. List of teams that are undoubtedly better than the Chickenhawks: (not necessarily in order)
    Cheifs
    Steelers
    Titans
    Packers

    Other Teams Receiving votes:
    Ravens
    Bucs
    Saints?

    Imposters / Frauds:
    Bears
    Rams
    Bills

    There ya go, folks. I know you were all waiting for my official opinion.

  46. Not sure the Saints belong at 9, but do agree that with #Can’tGuardMike back in the lineup they will gain momentum and create havoc

  47. You’ve got to be trolling us, ranking the Pack above the Buccs after last Sunday. I’m a Packers fan, but I’m at least realistic enough to know a better team when I see one. The Buccs clearly deserve to be ranked above my team until proven otherwise.

  48. likuidsmoke says:
    October 20, 2020 at 12:46 pm

    @progressiveshatethetruth2

    Whoa that’s a lot of numerical illuminati stuff, but I’m going to agree with it since it ends in a Bucs SB win.

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    The league definitely has certain scripts and narratives for specific quarterbacks, though. Tom Brady is destined to finish 7-3 in super bowls. If it doesn’t happen this season, it will happen the next. So much is lining up for it to occur this season. Tom Brady’s seventh ring has a reverse full reduction of 111 as well. The word perfect equals 73 and 35. Tom Brady also equals 35. TB12 has a full reduction of 7. The Buccaneers are the first post-merger expansion team to win a division championship, a playoff game, and to host and play in a conference championship game; all three accomplishments occurring during the 1979 season. They are also the first team since the merger to complete a winning season when starting 10 or more rookies, doing so in the 2010 season.

    The Bucs could become the first team in NFL history this season to win a super bowl in their own stadium, if they manage to make it there. The word Buccaneers has a full reduction of 37, which is 73 backwards. Patriots, Brady’s former team, equals 37. The league announced its first expansion team after the 1973 season, and this team was the Bucs. Buccaneers is a reference to the pirates who frequented Florida’s Gulf coast during the 17th century. The prime number of 17 is 7. The Buccaneers joined the NFL as members of the AFC West in 1976. Look at what division the NFC South is playing this season: the AFC West. I believe the league told Brady to throw a pick-6 on his last play as a Patriot, as a final sendoff to the Patriots for helping him win six super bowls. This is just my hunch.

  49. Who gives a crap what the ratings are after week 6? (Only one I am sure stays that way is Jets at 32….Sheesh! Kotite was better than Gase! But after he screwed Tannehill and the Dolphins, he deserves it!)

    It’s the ratings after the Super Bowl that matter!

  50. I am a Viking fan and I keep hearing and reading how bad Cousin’s is and you are right but also talk about the master of defense Zimmer, we have scored some points but the defense has stopped no one. The owners paid to much for Cousin but also a new two year contacts for Coach and GM is just as bad.

  51. 30. Washington (No. 28; 1-5): They need to switch to Alex Smith before the season slips away.

    Why do they keep saying this!!!? Did they not see the Rams game where Alex Smith was SO good he was checking down all day, avoiding Terry and getting sacked because it’s CLEAR as day that he can’t run anymore?? Alex is a great man and I feel for him, but he needs to retire. The best chance at winning is with Dwayne in my book, but it’s not much of a chance

  52. If my favorite team must implode, this is a good year to do it. I’m watching, but nfl games just don’t seem that big of a deal this year. Even when they lose it’s a lot better than walking out the front door to the real world.

  53. 12. Patriots (No. 6, 2-3): It’s hard to win games without practice, especially with a roster full of new pieces.
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    There are teams with more “New Pieces” than the Pats who are doing just fine.

  54. Bears are #7 All Night Long!
    all nighhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhht….
    all nighhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhht….
    All Night Long
    all nighhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhht….

    Sorry. I’ve been day-drinking and listening to Lionel Ritchie…

  55. progressiveshatethetruth2 says:
    October 20, 2020 at 2:21 pm
    likuidsmoke says:
    October 20, 2020 at 12:46 pm

    @progressiveshatethetruth2

    Whoa that’s a lot of numerical illuminati stuff, but I’m going to agree with it since it ends in a Bucs SB win.

    _____________________________________________

    The league definitely has certain scripts and narratives for specific quarterbacks, though. Tom Brady is destined to finish 7-3 in super bowls. If it doesn’t happen this season, it will happen the next. So much is lining up for it to occur this season. Tom Brady’s seventh ring has a reverse full reduction of 111 as well. The word perfect equals 73 and 35. Tom Brady also equals 35. TB12 has a full reduction of 7. The Buccaneers are the first post-merger expansion team to win a division championship, a playoff game, and to host and play in a conference championship game; all three accomplishments occurring during the 1979 season. They are also the first team since the merger to complete a winning season when starting 10 or more rookies, doing so in the 2010 season.

    The Bucs could become the first team in NFL history this season to win a super bowl in their own stadium, if they manage to make it there. The word Buccaneers has a full reduction of 37, which is 73 backwards. Patriots, Brady’s former team, equals 37. The league announced its first expansion team after the 1973 season, and this team was the Bucs. Buccaneers is a reference to the pirates who frequented Florida’s Gulf coast during the 17th century. The prime number of 17 is 7. The Buccaneers joined the NFL as members of the AFC West in 1976. Look at what division the NFC South is playing this season: the AFC West. I believe the league told Brady to throw a pick-6 on his last play as a Patriot, as a final sendoff to the Patriots for helping him win six super bowls. This is just my hunch.

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    I have no idea what you’re taking to come up with this conspiracy. But if we all get together after the COVID restrictions end, I hope you bring enough for everyone.

  56. mikethevike11 says:
    October 20, 2020 at 1:21 pm
    List of teams that are undoubtedly better than the Chickenhawks: (not necessarily in order)
    Cheifs
    Steelers
    Titans
    Packers

    Other Teams Receiving votes:
    Ravens
    Bucs
    Saints?

    Imposters / Frauds:
    Bears
    Rams
    Bills

    As a more or less constantly inebriated Bears fan (Covid cure = high blood alcohol level: so far so good). I mosssssssssssssstly (slur) agree with you. I would remove the Steelers and Packers and put them into (buuuuuuuuurp) pretender category.

  57. cogitoergopackers says:
    October 20, 2020 at 4:23 pm

    I have no idea what you’re taking to come up with this conspiracy. But if we all get together after the COVID restrictions end, I hope you bring enough for everyone.

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    I’m not here to convince you that sports are scripted, so you can think what you want. Nevertheless, the more you research it over the years, the more interesting it gets. Think for yourself. For example, each time the Clemson Tigers won the national championship, the Patriots won the super bowl. The Patriots did not once ever win a super bowl in the same season the Alabama Crimson Tide won the national title. Coincidently, Bill Belichick and Nick Saban also worked together on the Cleveland Browns. Lou Saban was the Patriots’ first coach in their franchise history. If you don’t already see a connection there right now, you’re not thinking clearly.

    How about the Lakers winning the NBA title in the same year that Kobe Bryant died? Need I mention what happened back in 2001, which propelled the Patriots to become the next dynasty? Andy Reid earned his 222nd career win after Super Bowl LIV, which is on the date that is February 2, 2020. Without the zeros, it shows right away that this is no coincidence. How about the 18-0 Patriots losing to the Giants? In gematria, New York Giants equals 181. That is why the Patriots finished 18-1, instead of 19-0 in the 2007 season. There is a lot more evidence. They’re not conspiracy theories if they come true. Athletes are also actors.

  58. Packers ranked higher than Bucs right after Tampa Bay routed Green Bay 38-10. Makes total sense.
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    Packers have a better record than the Bucs.
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    And the Bears have a better record than the Packers, what’s your point.
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    The Bears have played one more game than the Packers.

  59. first time in 19 years the Patriots have a losing record 5 games in to the season. This was TB’s rookie year.

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    I said before that Belichick is a product of Brady, all of Belichick’s “greatness” is built on Brady’s ability of turning cheap receivers into play makers so that Belichick didn’t have to pay a lot on players for an offense that played better than Peyton’s offense in playoff, better than Brees’ offense in playoff, better than Rodgers’ offense in playoff.

    I was 100% sure about it because I know how Brady turned cheap receivers, like Troy Brown in 2001(!!!), into play makers, and it has nothing to do with Belichick. Now those who believe in Belichick get first taste how it will be like when Belichick doesn’t have Brady, and it is just the beginning!!!

  60. I’m going to admit to everyone that I am a Seattle Seahawk Fan. That secret out, I would likely still put the Steelers in front of the Seahawks. I’m not sure I’d argue too hard that perhaps KC, Baltimore and Tennessee could be above them, as well. Right now, no NFC team is above them. In that, I’m resolute.

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