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gtexan02
09-13-2006, 01:26 PM
While I am trying to base these purely on 2006, they do have residual 2005 in them. Teams that haven't undergone huge changes usually tend to know each other better, and it reflects in their play. Here ya go...

1. Pittsburgh (1-0)
2. Indianapolis (1-0)
3. Atlanta (1-0)
4. Jacksonville (1-0)
5. Baltimore (1-0)
6. Cincinatti (1-0)
7. San Diego (1-0)
8. Philadelphia (1-0)
9. Chicago (1-0)
10. Seattle (1-0)
11. New England (1-0)
12. Carolina (0-1)
13. New York Giants (0-1)
14. Miami (0-1)
15. St. Louis (1-0)
16. Dallas (0-1)
17. Minnesota (1-0)
18. Arizona (1-0)
19. Denver (0-1)
20. Detroit (0-1)
21. Washington (0-1)
22. New Orleans (1-0)
23. KC (0-1)
24. Tampa Bay (0-1)
25. New York Jets (1-0)
26. Buffalo (0-1)
27. Houston (0-1)
28. Tenessee (0-1)
29. San Francisco (0-1)
30. Cleveland (0-1)
31. Greenbay (0-1)
32. Oakland (0-1)

real
09-13-2006, 01:32 PM
Honestly I think Buffalo is going to be better than people think...I think you have KC, and Detroit too high...and I think Tampa will surprise a lot of people this year...not in a positive way...

gtexan02
09-13-2006, 01:36 PM
I agree Buffalo could be better then I ranked them, but that Patriots game was so strange that it was hard to rank either team. Either both are good, both are bad, or one of them was only slightly better than the other.

I'm thinkings its probably closer to the last option, but I want to wait and see. In the meanwhile, they lost

As for KC and detroit:
KC has a lot of talent, and could be anywhere on the map this year. They didn't play the bengals too badly, so I'll have to wait and see on them.

Detroit played great defense. Despite OL troubles and WR troubles by the seahawks, I think Detroit did a lot right on defense. Their offense still has a lot of questions, however, and most ofthem seem to be motivation

Cjeremy635
09-13-2006, 01:46 PM
While I am trying to base these purely on 2006, they do have residual 2005 in them. Teams that haven't undergone huge changes usually tend to know each other better, and it reflects in their play. Here ya go...

1. Pittsburgh (1-0)
2. Indianapolis (1-0)
3. Atlanta (1-0)
4. Jacksonville (1-0)
5. Baltimore (1-0)
6. Cincinatti (1-0)
7. San Diego (1-0)
8. Philadelphia (1-0)
9. Chicago (1-0)
10. Seattle (1-0)
11. New England (1-0)
12. Carolina (0-1)
13. New York Giants (0-1)
14. Miami (0-1)
15. St. Louis (1-0)
16. Dallas (0-1)
17. Minnesota (1-0)
18. Arizona (1-0)
19. Denver (0-1)
20. Detroit (0-1)
21. Washington (0-1)
22. New Orleans (1-0)
23. KC (0-1)
24. Tampa Bay (0-1)
25. New York Jets (1-0)
26. Buffalo (0-1)
27. Houston (0-1)
28. Tenessee (0-1)
29. San Francisco (0-1)
30. Cleveland (0-1)
31. Greenbay (0-1)
32. Oakland (0-1)


I would place us above Detroit, New Orleans, and Tampa. JMHO :twocents: