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Tarik One 10-17-2012 03:14 PM

ESPN Power Rankings (Wk 7)
 
1. Falcons (6-0)
2. Texans (5-1)
3. Giants (4-2)
4. Ravens (5-1)
5. 49ers (4-2)
6. Bears (4-1)
7. Patriots (3-3)
8. Packers (3-3)
9. Seahawks (4-2)
10. Vikings (4-2)
11. Cardinals (4-2)
12. Broncos (3-3)
13. Eagles (3-3)
14. Steelers (2-3)
15. Redskins (3-3)
16. Chargers (3-3)
17. Dolphins (3-3)
18. Cowboys (2-3)
19. Lions (2-3)
20. Rams (3-3)
21. Bengals (3-3)
22. Bucs (2-3)
23. Jets (3-3)
24. Saints (1-4)
25. Bills (3-3)
26. Colts (2-3)
27. Titans (2-4)
28. Panthers (1-4)
29. Raiders (1-4)
30. Browns (1-5)
31. Jaguars (1-4)
32. Chiefs (1-5)

The one team that stands out are the Steelers. They're 7 spots ahead of Cincy with a worse record. Two of their losses are to the Titans and Raiders.

DuMa 10-17-2012 03:24 PM

Re: ESPN Power Rankings (Wk 7)
 
Seahawks > Packers.

Real Men Wear Green 10-17-2012 04:27 PM

Re: ESPN Power Rankings (Wk 7)
 
I see we have the greatest .500 football team of all time.

Jailblazers7 10-17-2012 04:30 PM

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I'd drop BAL 2 spots and the Steelers 4-5 spots.

-p.tiddy- 10-17-2012 09:14 PM

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The Ravens are severely overated this year...and amazingly enough it is because their D sucks...their run d in particular

Dallas SHOULD have won that game...Ravens only had 3 offensive plays the entire 3rd Q...a special teams TD saved their asses...(yes they should have, just shush)

Bal is being carried by their offense believe it or not and while Flacco can look great at times and has looked great this year, he is not nearly good enough to carry that team...

Jailblazers7 10-17-2012 09:16 PM

Re: ESPN Power Rankings (Wk 7)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by -p.tiddy-
The Ravens are severely overated this year...and amazingly enough it is because their D sucks...their run d in particular

Dallas SHOULD have won that game...Ravens only had 3 offensive plays the entire 3rd Q...a special teams TD saved their asses...(yes they should have, just shush)

Bal is being carried by their offense believe it or not and while Flacco can look great at times and has looked great this year, he is not nearly good enough to carry that team...


The last decade is full of games that the Cowboys SHOULD have won...don't you ever get tired of making that argument?

-p.tiddy- 10-17-2012 09:17 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Jailblazers7
The last decade is full of games that the Cowboys SHOULD have won...don't you ever get tired of making that argument?

I'm not in here to make that arguement...I'm in here to talk about Bal

you missed the part where I said "shush"

-p.tiddy- 10-17-2012 09:19 PM

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most teams have games they should have won every year, that is the NFL, not a Cowboys thing...


Pack SHOULD have beat Seattle...etc

Jailblazers7 10-17-2012 09:20 PM

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lol fine I'll drop it

But I do agree BAL is overrated (and so are the Steelers btw). Bad defense that just got worse with the injuries to Lewis and Webb. The thing that might save them is they have a strong o-line and can control the ball and pace of the game.

edit - My point is that the Cowboys seem to end up on the wrong end of those SHOULD have won games pretty consistently. It's a reason why Romo has developed such a shitty rep. But I didn't mean to derail the thread and I hope this doesn't turn into you vs someone (likely GOBB lol) arguing about the Cowboys.

-p.tiddy- 10-17-2012 09:29 PM

Re: ESPN Power Rankings (Wk 7)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Jailblazers7
lol fine I'll drop it

But I do agree BAL is overrated (and so are the Steelers btw). Bad defense that just got worse with the injuries to Lewis and Webb. The thing that might save them is they have a strong o-line and can control the ball and pace of the game.

edit - My point is that the Cowboys seem to end up on the wrong end of those SHOULD have won games pretty consistently. It's a reason why Romo has developed such a shitty rep. But I didn't mean to derail the thread and I hope this doesn't turn into you vs someone (likely GOBB lol) arguing about the Cowboys.

it really only happened twice last year...Jets and Lions, up like 24 points in the 4th on both those teams lol

Did you hear any excuses from me when Seattle or the Bears beat us this year?...nope, both those teams dominated us...but go look at the numbers from the Bal/Dal game and you will see that Dal dominated that game for the most part, and I really feel like we were the better team, I am sure Bal fans feel lucky to have snagged that one.

niko 10-17-2012 09:52 PM

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Dolphins are ahead of the Cowboys. :lol BUT THAT'S OK BECAUSE THEY ARE GOING TO WIN THE SUPER BOWL. Just ask Jerry.

Remix 10-17-2012 11:50 PM

Re: ESPN Power Rankings (Wk 7)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by niko
Dolphins are ahead of the Cowboys. :lol BUT THAT'S OK BECAUSE THEY ARE GOING TO WIN THE SUPER BOWL. Just ask Jerry.

Rex has something to say about that...

Legend of Josh 10-18-2012 05:12 AM

Re: ESPN Power Rankings (Wk 7)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by -p.tiddy-
The Ravens are severely overated this year...and amazingly enough it is because their D sucks...their run d in particular

Dallas SHOULD have won that game...Ravens only had 3 offensive plays the entire 3rd Q...a special teams TD saved their asses...(yes they should have, just shush)

Bal is being carried by their offense believe it or not and while Flacco can look great at times and has looked great this year, he is not nearly good enough to carry that team...


A team that is very likely to make the AFC Championship game, we're talking Top 4 out of 32. Yet, they're somehow overrated.


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