Season 2 Power Rankings

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  1. ChandlerW

    ChandlerW All-Decade Chompions

    Will be keeping both NFC and AFC together this season for power rankings. I feel like as a whole, a league power ranking is better than separate conferences.

    Also a couple disclaimers...the divisional spots are not a predicition just alphabetical order and power rankings are subject to change after Free Agency and Draft are over. Be on the lookout for pre-season rankings and week by week rankings.

    AFC North
    1. Baltimore Ravens (0-0)
    2. Cincinnati Bengals (0-0)
    3. Cleveland Browns (0-0)
    4. Pittsburgh Steelers (0-0)


    AFC East
    1. Buffalo Bills (0-0)
    2. Miami Dolphins (0-0)
    3. New England Patriots (0-0)
    4. New York Jets (0-0)


    AFC South
    1. Houston Texans (0-0)
    2. Indianapolis Colts (0-0)
    3. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-0)
    4. Tennessee Titans (0-0)


    AFC West
    1. Denver Broncos (0-0)
    2. Kansas City Chiefs (0-0)
    3. Los Angeles Chargers (0-0)
    4. Oakland Raiders (0-0)



    NFC North
    1. Chicago Bears (0-0)
    2. Detroit Lions (0-0)
    3. Green Bay Packers (0-0)
    4. Minnesota Vikings (0-0)


    NFC East
    1. Dallas Cowboys (0-0)
    2. New York Giants (0-0)
    3. Philadelphia Eagles (0-0)
    4. Washington Redskins (0-0)


    NFC South
    1. Atlanta Falcons (0-0)
    2. Carolina Panthers (0-0)
    3. New Orleans Saints (0-0)
    4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-0)


    NFC West
    1. Arizona Cardinals (0-0)
    2. Los Angeles Rams (0-0)
    3. San Francisco 49ers (0-0)
    4. Seattle Seahawks (0-0)


    Power Rankings Season 2 Offseason

    1. Tennessee Titans:MusicCity:
    2. Philadelphia Eagles :BrotherlyLove:
    3. Dallas Cowboys :DTown:
    4. Pittsburgh Steelers :SteelCity:
    5. New Orleans Saints :BigEasy:
    6. Miami Dolphins :MIA:
    7. New York Jets :GangGreen:
    8. Atlanta Falcons :DirtyBird:
    9. Minnesota Vikings :Minn:
    10. Arizona Cardinals :Cards:
    11. Indianapolis Colts :Indy:
    12. New England Patriots :Patriots:
    13. Baltimore Ravens :Nevermore:
    14. New York Giants :Giants:
    15. Los Angeles Chargers :SD:
    16. Detroit Lions :MotorCity:
    17. Seattle Seahawks :12's:
    18. Cincinnati Bengals :Cinci:
    19. Green Bay Packers :GB:
    20. Houston Texans :HOU:
    21. Oakland Raiders :BlackHole:
    22. Carolina Panthers :Panthers:
    23. Kansas City Chiefs :TheRedSea:
    24. Los Angeles Rams :LA:
    25. Washington Redskins :Redskins:
    26. San Francisco 49ers :SF:
    27. Jacksonville Jaguars :JAX:
    28. Buffalo Bills :Bills:
    29. Cleveland Browns :TheLand:
    30. Denver Broncos :MileHigh:
    31. Chicago Bears :DaBears:
    32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers :TBay:


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  2. ChandlerW

    ChandlerW All-Decade Chompions

    Power Rankings Season 2 Preseason
    1. Tennessee Titans
    2. Philadelphia Eagles
    3. Dallas Cowboys
    4. Baltimore Ravens +9
    5. Pittsburgh Steelers -1
    6. New England Patriots +6
    7. New York Jets
    8. Atlanta Falcons
    9. Detroit Lions +7
    10. Los Angeles Chargers +5
    11. Minnesota Vikings -2
    12. Arizona Cardinals -2
    13. New Orleans Saints -8
    14. Indianapolis Colts -3
    15. Carolina Panthers +7
    16. New York Giants -2
    17. Houston Texans +3
    18. Green Bay Packers +1
    19. Jacksonville Jaguars +8
    20. Miami Dolphins -14
    21. Seattle Seahawks -4
    22. Oakland Raiders -1
    23. Cincinnati Bengals -5
    24. Cleveland Browns +5
    25. Los Angeles Rams -1
    26. Denver Broncos +4
    27. Kansas City Chiefs -4
    28. Washington Redskins -3
    29. San Francisco 49ers -3
    30. Buffalo Bills -2
    31. Chicago Bears
    32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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  3. ChandlerW

    ChandlerW All-Decade Chompions

    AFC North
    1. Baltimore Ravens (1-0)
    2. Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0)
    3. Cleveland Browns (1-0)
    4. Cincinnati Bengals (0-1)

    AFC East
    1. Buffalo Bills (1-0)
    2. New York Jets (1-0)
    3. Miami Dolphins (0-1)
    4. New England Patriots (0-1)


    AFC South
    1. Tennessee Titans (1-0)
    2. Indianapolis Colts (1-0)
    3. Houston Texans (1-0)
    4. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-1)


    AFC West
    1. Denver Broncos (1-0)
    2. Los Angeles Chargers (0-1)
    3. Oakland Raiders (0-1)
    4. Kansas City Chiefs (0-1)


    NFC North
    1. Minnesota Vikings (1-0)
    2. Green Bay Packers (1-0)
    3. Detroit Lions (1-0)
    4. Chicago Bears (0-1)


    NFC East
    1. Philadelphia Eagles (1-0)
    2. Washington Redskins (1-0)
    3. Dallas Cowboys (0-1)
    4. New York Giants (0-0)


    NFC South
    1. New Orleans Saints (1-0)
    2. Atlanta Falcons (0-1)
    3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-1)
    4. Carolina Panthers (0-1)


    NFC West
    1. Arizona Cardinals (1-0)
    2. Los Angeles Rams (0-1)
    3. San Francisco 49ers (0-1)
    4. Seattle Seahawks (0-1)

    Power Rankings Season 2 Heading into Week 2


    1. Tennessee Titans
    2. Philadelphia Eagles
    3. Baltimore Ravens (+1)
    4. Minnesota Vikings (+7)
    5. Pittsburgh Steelers
    6. New York Jets (+1)
    7. Detroit Lions (+2)
    8. Arizona Cardinals (+4)
    9. Indianapolis Colts (+5)
    10. Dallas Cowboys (-7)
    11. Green Bay Packers (+7)
    12. New Orleans Saints (+1)
    13. Houston Texans (+4)
    14. Atlanta Falcons (-6)
    15. Los Angeles Chargers (-5)
    16. New England Patriots (-10)
    17. Cleveland Browns (+7)
    18. Carolina Panthers (-3)
    19. Washington Redskins (+9)
    20. Los Angeles Rams (+5)
    21. Oakland Raiders (+1)
    22. Buffalo Bills (+8)
    23. Denver Broncos (+3)
    24. Cincinnati Bengals (-1)
    25. Jacksonville Jaguars (-6)
    26. Miami Dolphins (-6)
    27. Seattle Seahawks (-6)
    28. New York Giants (-12)
    29. Kansas City Chiefs (-2)
    30. San Francisco 49ers (-1)
    31. Chicago Bears
    32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers


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  4. ChandlerW

    ChandlerW All-Decade Chompions

    STANDINGS
    AFC North
    1. Baltimore Ravens (2-0)
    2. Cleveland Browns (2-0)
    3. Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1)
    4. Cincinnati Bengals (1-1)


    AFC East
    1. New York Jets (2-0)
    2. Buffalo Bills (1-1)
    3. Miami Dolphins (0-2)
    4. New England Patriots (0-2)


    AFC South
    1. Indianapolis Colts (2-0)
    2. Tennessee Titans (1-1)
    3. Houston Texans (1-1)
    4. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-2)


    AFC West
    1. Denver Broncos (1-1)
    2. Oakland Raiders (1-1)
    3. Los Angeles Chargers (0-2)
    4. Kansas City Chiefs (0-2)

    NFC North
    1. Green Bay Packers (2-0)
    2. Minnesota Vikings (2-0)
    3. Detroit Lions (1-1)
    4. Chicago Bears (0-2)


    NFC East
    1. Philadelphia Eagles (2-0)
    2. New York Giants (1-1)
    3. Dallas Cowboys (1-1)
    4. Washington Redskins (1-1)


    NFC SoutH
    1. New Orleans Saints (2-0)
    2. Atlanta Falcons (1-1)
    3. Carolina Panthers (0-2)
    4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-2)


    NFC West
    1. Arizona Cardinals (2-0)
    2. San Francisco 49ers (1-1)
    3. Los Angeles Rams (1-1)
    4. Seattle Seahawks (0-2)


    Power Rankings Season 2 Heading into Week 3
    1. Philadelphia Eagles (+1)
    2. Minnesota Vikings (+3)
    3. Baltimore Ravens
    4. Tennessee Titans (-3)
    5. New York Jets (+1)
    6. Green Bay Packers (+5)
    7. Arizona Cardinals (+1)
    8. Indianapolis Colts (+1)
    9. Pittsburgh Steelers (-4)
    10. Dallas Cowboys
    11. New Orleans Saints (+1)
    12. Detroit Lions (-5)
    13. Atlanta Falcons (+1)
    14. Cleveland Browns (+3)
    15. Los Angeles Rams (+5)
    16. Houston Texans (-3)
    17. Cincinnati Bengals (+7)
    18. Oakland Raiders (+3)
    19. San Francisco 49ers (+11)
    20. New York Giants (+8)
    21. Los Angeles Chargers (-6)
    22. Washington Redskins (-3)
    23. Carolina Panthers (-5)
    24. Buffalo Bills (-2)
    25. Denver Broncos (-2)
    26. New England Patriots (-10)
    27. Jacksonville Jaguars (-2)
    28. Miami Dolphins (-2)
    29. Seattle Seahawks (-2)
    30. Chicago Bears (+1)
    31. Kansas City Chiefs (-2)
    32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers


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  5. ChandlerW

    ChandlerW All-Decade Chompions

    STANDINGS
    AFC North
    1. Baltimore Ravens (2-1)
    2. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-1)
    3. Cincinnati Bengals (2-1)
    4. Cleveland Browns (2-1)


    AFC East
    1. Buffalo Bills (2-1)
    2. New York Jets (2-1)
    3. New England Patriots (1-2)
    4. Miami Dolphins (0-3)


    AFC South
    1. Indianapolis Colts (2-1)
    2. Tennessee Titans (2-1)
    3. Houston Texans (2-1)
    4. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-3)


    AFC West
    1. Oakland Raiders (2-1)
    2. Denver Broncos (1-2)
    3. Los Angeles Chargers (1-2)
    4. Kansas City Chiefs (0-3)


    NFC North
    1. Minnesota Vikings (3-0)
    2. Green Bay Packers (2-1)
    3. Detroit Lions (2-1)
    4. Chicago Bears (0-3)


    NFC East
    1. Philadelphia Eagles (3-0)
    2. Dallas Cowboys (2-1)
    3. New York Giants (1-2)
    4. Washington Redskins (1-2)


    NFC South
    1. New Orleans Saints (2-1)
    2. Atlanta Falcons (1-2)
    3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-2)
    4. Carolina Panthers (1-2)


    NFC West
    1. Arizona Cardinals (3-0)
    2. Los Angeles Rams (2-1)
    3. San Francisco 49ers (1-2)
    4. Seattle Seahawks (0-3)

    Power Rankings Season 2 Heading into Week 4


    1. Philadelphia Eagles
    2. Minnesota Vikings
    3. Tennessee Titans (+1)
    4. Arizona Cardinals (+3)
    5. Baltimore Ravens (-2)
    6. Pittsburgh Steelers (+3)
    7. New York Jets (-2)
    8. Dallas Cowboys (+2)
    9. Detroit Lions (+3)
    10. Los Angeles Rams (+5)
    11. Indianapolis Colts (-5)
    12. Houston Texans (+4)
    13. Atlanta Falcons
    14. Oakland Raiders (+4)
    15. New Orleans Saints (-4)
    16. Cincinnati Bengals (+1)
    17. Cleveland Browns (-3)
    18. Green Bay Packers (-12)
    19. Buffalo Bills (+5)
    20. Los Angeles Chargers (+2)
    21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+11)
    22. San Francisco 49ers (-3)
    23. New England Patriots (+3)
    24. New York Giants (-4)
    25. Carolina Panthers (-2)
    26. Washington Redskins (-4)
    27. Denver Broncos (-2)
    28. Miami Dolphins
    29. Jacksonville Jaguars (-2)
    30. Seattle Seahawks (-1)
    31. Chicago Bears (-1)
    32. Kansas City Chiefs (-1)

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  6. Miles Strane

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    STANDINGS
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    AFC North
    1. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-1)
    2. Cleveland Browns (6-2)
    3. Baltimore Ravens (3-5
    4. Cincinnati Bengals (2-6)

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    AFC East
    1. New York Jets (7-1)
    2. New England Patriots (5-3)
    3. Buffalo Bills (2-6)
    4. Miami Dolphins (1-7)

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    AFC South
    1. Houston Texans (6-2)
    2. Tennessee Titans (4-4)
    3. Indianapolis Colts (3-5)
    4. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-5)

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    AFC West
    1. Oakland Raiders (6-2)
    2. Los Angeles Chargers (3-6)
    3. Denver Broncos (2-6)
    4. Kansas City Chiefs (1-7)

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    NFC North
    1. Minnesota Vikings (7-1)
    2. Detroit Lions (7-1)
    3. Green Bay Packers (3-5)
    4. Chicago Bears (0-8)

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    NFC East
    1. Philadelphia Eagles (7-2)
    2. Washington Redskins (4-4)
    3. Dallas Cowboys (4-4)
    4. New York Giants (1-7)

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    NFC South
    1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-2)
    2. Atlanta Falcons (5-3)
    3. New Orleans Saints (4-4)
    4. Carolina Panthers (2-7)

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    NFC West
    1. Los Angeles Rams (7-1)
    2. Arizona Cardinals (7-2)
    3. San Francisco 49ers (3-5)
    4. Seattle Seahawks (2-6)

    Power Rankings Season 2 Heading into Week 10 (Updated from Week 4)

    1. Los Angeles Rams (+9)
    2. Minnesota Vikings
    3. Houston Texans (+9)
    4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+17)
    5. Arizona Cardinals (-1)
    6. Philadelphia Eagles (-5)
    7. New York Jets
    8. Detroit Lions (+1)
    9. Pittsburgh Steelers (-3)
    10. Oakland Raiders (+4)
    11. Atlanta Falcons (+2)
    12. Cleveland Browns (+5)
    13. Tennessee Titans (-10)
    14. New Orleans Saints (+1)
    15. Dallas Cowboys (-7)
    16. Baltimore Ravens (-11)
    17. New England Patriots (+6)
    18. Washington Redskins (+8)
    19. Los Angeles Chargers (+1)
    20. Cincinnati Bengals (-4)
    21. Indianapolis Colts (-10)
    22. Jacksonville Jaguars (+7)
    23. San Francisco 49ers (-1)
    24. Green Bay Packers (-6)
    25. Seattle Seahawks (+5)
    26. Buffalo Bills (-7)
    27. Denver Broncos
    28. Carolina Panthers (-3)
    29. New York Giants (-5)
    30. Kansas City Chiefs (+2)
    31. Miami Dolphins (-3)
    32. Chicago Bears (-1)
     
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  7. BlackPaw

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    From the Back Row...
    1. Pittsburgh Steelers
    2. Minnesota Vikings
    3. New York Jets
    4. Detroit Lions
    5. Los Angeles Rams
    6. Philadelphia Eagles
    7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    8. Arizona Cardinals
    9. Houston Texans
    10. Oakland Raiders
    11. Cleveland Browns
    12. Atlanta Falcons
    13. New England Patriots
    14. Tennessee Titans
    15. New Orleans Saints
    16. Dallas Cowboys
    17. Washington Redskins
    18. Jacksonville Jaguars
    19. Los Angeles Chargers
    20. Baltimore Ravens
    21. Indianapolis Colts
    22. Green Bay Packers
    23. Seattle Seahawks
    24. Cincinnati Bengals
    25. Denver Broncos
    26. Buffalo Bills
    27. Carolina Panthers
    28. Kansas City Chiefs
    29. Miami Dolphins
    30. New York Giants
    31. San Francisco 49ers
    32. Chicago Bears
     
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  9. ChandlerW

    ChandlerW All-Decade Chompions

    AFC North
    1. Pittsburgh Steelers (10-3)
    2. Cleveland Browns (10-3)
    3. Baltimore Ravens (6-7)
    4. Cincinnati Bengals (2-11)


    AFC East
    1. New England Patriots (10-3)
    2. New York Jets (8-5)
    3. Buffalo Bills (3-10)
    4. Miami Dolphins (2-11)


    AFC South
    1. Houston Texans (10-3)
    2. Tennessee Titans (8-5)
    3. Indianapolis Colts (5-8)
    4. Jacksonville Jaguars (5-8)


    AFC West
    1. Oakland Raiders (8-5)
    2. Los Angeles Chargers (6-7)
    3. Denver Broncos (2-11)
    4. Kansas City Chiefs (2-11)



    NFC North
    1. Detroit Lions (12-1)
    2. Minnesota Vikings (9-4)
    3. Green Bay Packers (7-6)
    4. Chicago Bears (0-13)


    NFC East
    1. Philadelphia Eagles (8-5)
    2. Dallas Cowboys (8-5)
    3. Washington Redskins (6-7)
    4. New York Giants (2-11)


    NFC South
    1. Atlanta Falcons (10-3)
    2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-4)
    3. New Orleans Saints (6-7)
    4. Carolina Panthers (5-8)


    NFC West
    1. Los Angeles Rams (12-1)
    2. Arizona Cardinals (9-4)
    3. San Francisco 49ers (4-9)
    4. Seattle Seahawks (4-9)


    AFC North

    The AFC North winner comes down to a team we all expected to be in the running and a team who has finally gotten rid of their curse; the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns are fighting for the AFC North title and there’s a chance the winner here will have a first round bye. The Steelers won the first matchup 17-13, they’ll meet week 17 in which is likely to be the division decider. It’s not the year the Ravens or Bengals were expecting. The Bengals are 2-11 and will look for some improvements in the draft. The Ravens are still in the hunt and need the Jets and Titans to lose out and they will need to win out.

    AFC East

    The New England Patriots are back on top in the AFC East. After missing the playoffs are year ago for the first time in almost 2 decades, Tom Brady has got his Patriots back on top. They are winners of the AFC East and will look to secure a first round bye and possibly home field advantage throughout the playoffs. The New York Jets are right on the cusps of making the playoffs. The injury to Sam Bradford has hindered the organization and could force them to miss the playoffs. The Jets need to win at least one game and hope the Titans lose out, as they lost the tie breaker early in the season, or win out and the Titans will need to lose at least one game. Both the Bills and Dolphins underperformed this season. The Dolphins, after making it to the divisional round a year ago, have fallen on hard times and will hope to make the necessary improvements in the offseason. The Bills are slowly trying to turn the tide, maybe another offseason gets them to where they want to be.

    AFC South

    The AFC South has a new leader as well, the Houston Texans are 10-3 on the year and are a win away from winning the division. They have dominated offensively, with the highest scoring per game of over 40. Their front 7 has gotten after the quarterback too, with four players with double digit sacks. Currently sitting in the third seed, expect the Texans to make a push to have the playoffs go through Houston. The Tennessee Titans are 8-5 and are sitting with 6th seed as they own the tiebreaker over the Jets. The Titans have dealt with turmoil at the QB position, Colin Kaepernick filled in as Marcus Mariota has dealt with injury this year. The Titans more than likely will need to win out to secure a spot for this year’s playoffs, safe to say this is not the year they were expecting for the defending Super Bowl champs. The Indianapolis Colts have not had the season they were expecting. Andrew Luck has accuracy concerns, and has a 1:2 TD to INT ratio, not what you want from a top tier QB. The Colts are eliminated from the playoffs, as even if they win out, they lost their tiebreaker to the Titans. The Jacksonville Jaguars have improved from a year ago, and will look to continue that into next season and possibly make a playoff push, another good offseason could prevail them, they have what is likely to be the DROY in Lane Barlow, could be an upcoming team next season.

    AFC West

    The Oakland Raiders lead the AFC West and are a win and a Chargers loss away from winning the West for the second straight year. If the Raiders win the West they are likely to have the four seed unless some of the upper teams begin to fall. The Chargers have not had the year they were expecting, and you can say they underperformed tremendously. Likely to miss the playoffs again, they are still in contention for the division if they win out and the Raiders lose out. However, the play of future Hall of Famer Drew Brees has been bad and did not workout as they were expecting it to. The Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs are at the bottom again this season, both looking to see who will have the better draft pick.

    NFC North

    As predicted by many, the Detroit Lions have bounced back and are one of the best teams in the league. Sitting comfortably as the division champions for the first time in team history, the Lions are looking for a big playoff push, which could lead to their first Super Bowl in franchise history. The Lions are also one win away from clinching a 1st round bye, as they own the tiebreaker over both the Rams and Falcons. The Minnesota Vikings started off strong, but ran into the Lions twice in a three-week span and the LA Rams. Facing the top two teams in the league in a four-week time period can be rough. The Vikings are sitting in the playoffs but there are teams on the outside waiting for a slip up. The Green Bay Packers had an up and down season and will miss the playoffs for the second consecutive year. The North is no longer their playground and changes are needed defensively, as they are near the bottom in almost every category, Rodgers can only bail them out so many times. Not much to say on my beloved Bears, the are winless and Jay Twizzle III is on pace to pass Brett Favre career INT record in only his rookie season, things need to change at Halas Hall and in a hurry.

    NFC East

    The Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys are tied for the first spot in the East, with the nod currently given to the Eagles as they won verse the Cowboys earlier in the season. The Eagles are not getting the production out of their ground game like they did last year which could be the reason for some of their loses, also doesn’t help that Carson Wentz has been sacked 51 times, the offensive line has to get better if they want to win their division and try to make a run again. The Dallas Cowboys are hanging strong despite the numerous injuries to key players on their team. Dak Prescott is out with injury and Derek Anderson has taken over. Anderson has won two games so far and will look to keep it up until Dak’s return. The Cowboys play a great Lions team this week and the Eagles next week, they’ll need to be on their A game. The Washington Redskins are a middle of the pack team and their stats show what their record reflects. A strong finish to the season and maybe they can build off of it going into next year. The Giants have been bad this year even with the talent swarming around them, expect some adjustments and changes in the offseason.

    NFC South

    The NFC South has the Atlanta Falcons leading the way and closing in on a divisional title. Hopefully, they’ve figured out what it takes to make a run in the playoffs, as we know they can dominate in the regular season. The Falcons aren’t in the clear yet as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been on fire this season. Coming up from the depths of Hell, the Bucs are just outside the playoffs and with a slip up from one of the wild card teams or the Falcons, they’ll walk right into the playoffs. The defending NFC Champions, New Orleans Saints have seen better times. Sitting at 6-7 they’ll end up missing the playoffs and will try and figure things out with the offensive line. DeShone Kizer has performed well and looks to be the future moving forward, but if his line doesn’t block, he won’t last long. The Carolina Panthers just can’t seem to figure it out, another down year and Cam Newton struggles are still happening. Maybe some adjustments need to be made with Cam’s mechanics, as the turnovers are killing this team.

    NFC West

    The Wild Wild West has a new leader and it’s the LA Rams. Coming from last to first a year ago, the Rams have caught everybody by surprise and are currently the #2 seed in the NFC. They are 12-1 on the year and their only lost…week one vs the Detroit Lions, in which they almost won. 12 straight for these boys, which is the longest win streak currently this season. They are looking to win out and hope the Lions lose a game or two so the playoffs run through LA. Although is that so bad, much rather go to LA than Detroit. No offense Detroit. The Arizona Cardinals are having another solid season, they are 9-4 and are sitting in the 6th seed hoping to make playoffs again. Led by their defense, they’ll see if they can slow down a fire hot Rams team, who if they win, will win the NFC West. To clinch a playoff spot, they’ll more than likely need to win out to fend off the Bucs or the Cowboys. The Seattle Seahawks came on strong last year and some thought they could ride that momentum into this season, unfortunately it did not happen for them and it’s back to the drawing board. Back to back season they’ll miss post season play.

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  10. ChandlerW

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    Power Rankings Season 2 Heading into Week 15
    1. Detroit Lions
    2. Los Angeles Rams
    3. New England Patriots
    4. Atlanta Falcons
    5. Pittsburgh Steelers
    6. Houston Texans
    7. Cleveland Browns
    8. Minnesota Vikings
    9. Arizona Cardinals
    10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    11. Philadelphia Eagles
    12. Tennessee Titans
    13. Oakland Raiders
    14. New York Jets
    15. Dallas Cowboys
    16. New Orleans Saints
    17. Green Bay Packers
    18. Los Angeles Chargers
    19. Baltimore Ravens
    20. Washington Redskins
    21. Buffalo Bills
    22. Indianapolis Colts
    23. Jacksonville Jaguars
    24. Carolina Panthers
    25. San Francisco 49ers
    26. Seattle Seahawks
    27. Miami Dolphins
    28. Cincinnati Bengals
    29. Kansas City Chiefs
    30. Denver Broncos
    31. New York Giants
    32. Chicago Bears

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  11. ChandlerW

    ChandlerW All-Decade Chompions

    AFC North
    1. Pittsburgh Steelers (10-4)
    2. Cleveland Browns (11-3)
    3. Baltimore Ravens (6-7)
    4. Cincinnati Bengals (2-11)


    AFC East
    1. New England Patriots (11-3)
    2. New York Jets (8-6)
    3. Buffalo Bills (3-11)
    4. Miami Dolphins (3-11)


    AFC South
    1. Houston Texans (11-3)
    2. Tennessee Titans (9-5)
    3. Indianapolis Colts (5-9)
    4. Jacksonville Jaguars (5-9)

    AFC West
    1. Oakland Raiders (8-6)
    2. Los Angeles Chargers (7-7)
    3. Denver Broncos (3-11)
    4. Kansas City Chiefs (2-12)


    NFC North
    1. Detroit Lions (12-2)
    2. Minnesota Vikings (10-4)
    3. Green Bay Packers (7-7)
    4. Chicago Bears (1-13)


    NFC East
    1. Philadelphia Eagles (9-5)
    2. Dallas Cowboys (9-5)
    3. Washington Redskins (6-8)
    4. New York Giants (2-12)


    NFC South
    1. Atlanta Falcons (11-3)
    2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10-4)
    3. New Orleans Saints (7-7)
    4. Carolina Panthers (5-9)


    NFC West
    1. Los Angeles Rams (13-1)
    2. Arizona Cardinals (9-5)
    3. San Francisco 49ers (4-9)
    4. Seattle Seahawks (4-9)


    AFC North

    The Cleveland Browns finally leading the AFC North at the end of the season and need a win and a Steelers loss to win their first AFC North title. It’ll actually be the first time they’ve won a division title since 1989, when they were in the AFC Central division. The Steelers have hit hard times, dropping 3 of their last 4 and are on the cusps of losing the division and possibly missing the playoffs. They have two tough games to end the year and both games on the road verse Tampa Bay and Cleveland with a combined record of 21-7.

    AFC East

    The New England Patriots are AFC East champions and have crawled into the top seed of AFC Playoffs. A win and a Texans loss, they will clinch a first round bye. They have a favorable matchup this week vs the Jacksonville Jaguars and end the season verse the lowly Cincinnati Bengals. The New York Jets are running out of hope after their loss to the Chargers. Without Bradford, this offense cannot function properly. Their only hope is that the Titans lose to the Bills and Jaguars at the end of the year and they win out themselves. The AFC playoffs is beginning to come clearer.


    AFC South

    The Houston Texans have won the AFC South this year and are on course to potentially having a first round bye. They’ll need the to win out and have the Patriots lose a game, or win one and Patriots lose out. With their final two games verse the Bengals and Colts, winning out seems to be likely, now can they get help from the Jags or Bengals? The Tennessee Titans are on a four-game winning streak and will likely need to win out to make the playoffs. They have a favorable matchup verse the Bills this week and it’s a win and in scenario. With the Jets falling last week to the Chargers, they only need to win one of the final two games.

    AFC West

    The Oakland Raiders have dropped three-straight and at this rate, they could miss the playoffs if they do not beat division rival Los Angeles Chargers. Once again it is coming down to these two for the second consecutive year and odds are once again in the Raiders favor. However, the owner is displeased with the play of his team, he was quoted saying after the Titans game “we got an ass kicking from @Titans_SA1. “ Owner also states “this team does NOT deserve to make the playoffs the way we are playing right now”. The Raiders need to find a way to get their or offense going, even though they had seven points last week, it came from the defense not offense. The Los Angeles Chargers are back in the hunt for the playoffs and a potential AFC West title. They stayed alive beating the Bradfordless Jets last week and have a stay alive game verse the Raiders this week. Who will show up and claim the division?

    NFC North

    Big loss for the Detroit Lions this week as they fall to the Cowboys on the road. They’ll finish home against the Bears and at the Jets to end the year. They’ll need to win out and hope the Rams lose a game or win one and the Rams lose out, considering how dominant both teams have been, expect the playoffs to run through LA. The Minnesota Vikings stomp the San Francisco 49ers, routing them 52-7. This also ends a two-game skid, as their offense had been held to averaging 10 PPG over the last two weeks. To clinch a spot in the playoffs, they’ll need to beat the Dolphins this week and the Cowboys need to lose verse the Eagles.

    NFC East

    The NFC East is coming down to the winner of week 16 more than likely. The Cowboys and Eagles are squaring off in Philly for the second time this year. The Eagles won the first meeting in week one, 24-10. However, the Eagles were finally able to snap out of their funk and ended a three-game losing streak verse the Jaguars. While they are trying to get back on track, their hated rival Cowboys have won three straight and have averaged 41 PPG during their win streak. Expect to see high numbers in this one. If the Eagles come out victorious they’ll win the NFC East for the second consecutive year, but if the Cowboys win, they’ll need to beat the Giants in week 17 or have the Eagles lose to Tampa Bay, to win the division. There’s a reason this is the Game of the Week, and Joe Buck and Troy Aikman couldn’t be more excited, well maybe if it was in Dallas they would be.

    NFC South

    The Falcons remain at the three seed as they were winners over the Seahawks a win and they will take the NFC South crown this year. And guarantee themselves the three seed. To get a first round bye they’ll need to win out and have either Lions or Rams to lose out. Same goes for getting home field advantage throughout the playoffs. With the Cardinals falling to the Rams, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have hoped right back into the playoffs as the 6th seed at the moment. With big matchups against both teams from Pennsylvania, their journey to the playoffs will be exciting. To clinch a spot this week, they’ll need to win and have the Cardinals and Cowboys lose. Pretty simple for the Bucs, win and root for the Eagles and the lowly Broncos. If not this week, then they just need win out.

    NFC West

    NFC West champs Los Angeles Rams have moved into the #1 seed with the latest loss to the Detroit Lions. They need to win out to keep the 1 seed or win one and the Lions lose again to claim the one spot. But as of now, the #1 seed seems to favor the Rams. The Arizona Cardinals loss to the Rams last week drops them out of the playoffs and moves them into the hunt, with the Buccaneers taking their spot. The Cardinals need some help to make it to the playoffs this year, as they’ll need to win out and have the Vikings lose out or have the Bucs and Cowboys lose out or Bucs and Eagles lose out. They aren’t out, and crazier things have happened in the NFL, but the odds don’t favor the Cardinals.
     
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  12. ChandlerW

    ChandlerW All-Decade Chompions

    Power Rankings Season 2 Heading into Week 16

    1. Los Angeles Rams +1
    2. New England Patriots +1
    3. Detroit Lions -2
    4. Atlanta Falcons
    5. Houston Texans +1
    6. Cleveland Browns +1
    7. Minnesota Vikings +1
    8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers +2
    9. Pittsburgh Steelers -4
    10. Philadelphia Eagles +1
    11. Tennessee Titans +1
    12. Arizona Cardinals -3
    13. Dallas Cowboys +2
    14. New Orleans Saints +3
    15. Oakland Raiders -2
    16. Los Angeles Chargers +2
    17. New York Jets -3
    18. Baltimore Ravens +1
    19. Washington Redskins +1
    20. Green Bay Packers -3
    21. Indianapolis Colts +1
    22. Jacksonville Jaguars +1
    23. Miami Dolphins +4
    24. Carolina Panthers
    25. San Francisco 49ers
    26. Seattle Seahawks
    27. Cincinnati Bengals +1
    28. Denver Broncos +2
    29. Buffalo Bills -8
    30. Kansas City Chiefs -1
    31. New York Giants
    32. Chicago Bears

    @Chompions
     
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  13. ChandlerW

    ChandlerW All-Decade Chompions

    AFC North
    1. Cleveland Browns (12-3)
    2. Pittsburgh Steelers (10-5)
    3. Baltimore Ravens (7-8)
    4. Cincinnati Bengals (2-13)


    AFC East
    1. New England Patriots (12-3)
    2. New York Jets (9-6)
    3. Miami Dolphins (3-12)
    4. Buffalo Bills (3-12)


    AFC South
    1. Houston Texans (12-3)
    2. Tennessee Titans (10-5)
    3. Indianapolis Colts (5-10)
    4. Jacksonville Jaguars (5-10)


    AFC West
    1. Oakland Raiders (8-7)
    2. Los Angeles Chargers (8-7)
    3. Denver Broncos (3-12)
    4. Kansas City Chiefs (2-13)


    NFC North
    1. Detroit Lions (13-2)
    2. Minnesota Vikings (11-4)
    3. Green Bay Packers (8-7)
    4. Chicago Bears (1-14)


    NFC East
    1. Philadelphia Eagles (10-5)
    2. Dallas Cowboys (9-6)
    3. Washington Redskins (7-8)
    4. New York Giants (2-13)


    NFC South
    1. Atlanta Falcons (11-4)
    2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-4)
    3. New Orleans Saints (8-7)
    4. Carolina Panthers (5-10)


    NFC West
    1. Los Angeles Rams (14-1)
    2. Arizona Cardinals (10-5)
    3. Seattle Seahawks (5-10)
    4. San Francisco 49ers (4-11)


    AFC Seeding Scenarios:
    1. New England Patriots


    Houston Texans
    Homefield Advantage: Win and Patriots loss
    First Round Bye: Win; Browns loss or Patriots loss
    Third Seed: Loss and Browns and Patriots win


    Cleveland Browns
    First Round Bye: Win and Texans lose
    Third Seed: Patriots and Texans win

    Los Angeles Chargers
    Fourth Seed: Win or Raiders loss

    Oakland Raiders
    Fourth Seed: Win and Chargers loss


    5. Tennessee Titans

    6. Pittsburgh Steelers


    NFC Seeding Scenarios:
    Los Angeles Rams
    Homefield Advantage: Win or Lions loss
    First Round Bye: Clinched


    Detroit Lions
    Homefield Advantage: Win and Rams loss
    First Round Bye: Clinched


    3. Atlanta Falcons

    4. Philadelphia Eagles

    5. Minnesota Vikings

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Sixth seed: Cardinals loss

    Arizona Cardinals
    Sixth Seed: Win and Buccaneers loss


    @Chompions
     
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  14. ChandlerW

    ChandlerW All-Decade Chompions

    Power Rankings Season 2 Heading into Week 17
    1. Los Angeles Rams
    2. New England Patriots
    3. Detroit Lions
    4. Houston Texans +1
    5. Cleveland Browns +1
    6. Minnesota Vikings +1
    7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1
    8. Atlanta Falcons -4
    9. Philadelphia Eagles +1
    10. Tennessee Titans +1
    11. Pittsburgh Steelers -2
    12. Arizona Cardinals
    13. New Orleans Saints +1
    14. Los Angeles Chargers +2
    15. Dallas Cowboys -2
    16. New York Jets +1
    17. Oakland Raiders -2
    18. Washington Redskins +1
    19. Green Bay Packers +1
    20. Baltimore Ravens -2
    21. Indianapolis Colts
    22. Jacksonville Jaguars
    23. Miami Dolphins
    24. Carolina Panthers
    25. San Francisco 49ers
    26. Seattle Seahawks
    27. Denver Broncos +1
    28. Buffalo Bills
    29. Cincinnati Bengals -2
    30. Kansas City Chiefs
    31. New York Giants
    32. Chicago Bears

    @Chompions
     
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