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bah007
10-16-2007, 06:48 PM
after week 6:

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

Just my take based on what I've seen so far this year.

Texan_Bill
10-16-2007, 06:50 PM
I like the list, however, I know Green Bay is 5-1, but I'm just not convinced yet.... :hmmm:

bah007
10-16-2007, 06:53 PM
I like the list, however, I know Green Bay is 5-1, but I'm just not convinced yet.... :hmmm:

Their lack of a running game (dead last in the NFL) will eventually catch up to them, but until then...

Farough
10-18-2007, 04:15 PM
I don't really see Detroit being that good. Both their loses they got completely blown out and exposed on defense.

Ole Miss Texan
10-18-2007, 04:28 PM
I think that's a fair list...good job bah!

powerfuldragon
10-19-2007, 10:13 AM
personally, i'd put houston a bit lower.

bah007
10-23-2007, 10:28 AM
After week 7:

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

kastofsna
10-23-2007, 10:43 AM
it's unfortunate Miami and St Louis don't play each other this year.

bah007
10-30-2007, 10:07 AM
1. New England (8-0)
2. Indianapolis (7-0)
3. Green Bay (6-1)
4. Dallas (6-1)
5. Pittsburgh (5-2)
6. Jacksonville (5-2)
7. Tennessee (5-2)
8. New York Giants (6-2)
9. San Diego (4-3)
10. Detroit (5-2)
11. Tampa Bay (4-4)
12. Kansas City (4-3)
13. Carolina (4-3)
14. Washington (4-3)
15. Cleveland (4-3)
16. Baltimore (4-3)
17. Seattle (4-3)
18. Denver (3-4)
19. Arizona (3-4)
20. Chicago (3-5)
21. Philadelphia (3-4)
22. Buffalo (3-4)
23. New Orleans (3-4)
24. Houston (3-5)
25. Oakland (2-5)
26. Cincinnati (2-5)
27. Minnesota (2-5)
28. Atlanta (1-6)
29. San Francisco (2-5)
30. New York Jets (1-7)
31. Miami (0-8)
32. St. Louis (0-8)

Blazing Arrow
10-30-2007, 11:55 AM
How can you possibly rank Jacksonville above Tennessee?

mootini
10-30-2007, 12:05 PM
How can you possibly rank Jacksonville above Tennessee?

Blazing..I agree at this point, Titans ahead of Jags. Flip flop the order, due to your win back on week one. We will see in 2 weeks, who will be ahead?

Texan_Bill
10-30-2007, 12:14 PM
How can you possibly rank Jacksonville above Tennessee?

Blazing..I agree at this point, Titans ahead of Jags. Flip flop the order, due to your win back on week one. We will see in 2 weeks, who will be ahead?

Simple, its coming from a Texans fan that witnessed the Jaguars absolutely dominating from start to finish and witnessed the Titans only dominate for 3 quarters and then showed some chink in their armor...



:user: Besides, I think we hate the Tinbreads more than we hate the Jags...

mootini
10-30-2007, 12:26 PM
Simple, its coming from a Texans fan that witnessed the Jaguars absolutely dominating from start to finish and witnessed the Titans only dominate for 3 quarters and then showed some chink in their armor...



:user: Besides, I think we hate the Tinbreads more than we hate the Jags...


The Jags/Titan game is going to be huge...especially for the playoff picture. Both teams are fighting for the 2nd place spot...the AFC South is the tuffest divison in the league.

Texan_Bill
10-30-2007, 12:40 PM
That statement is true for 3 of 4 teams... The fourth is as soft as cumulus clouds on an early spring morn.....:

http://www.nationalglidingweek.co.uk/images/big/cumulus-clouds-big.jpg

kastofsna
10-30-2007, 12:46 PM
it's probably because he thinks the Jags are better than the Titans.

Blazing Arrow
10-30-2007, 01:10 PM
it's probably because he thinks the Jags are better than the Titans.

Miami fans speak when they are spoken too.

Blazing Arrow
10-30-2007, 01:12 PM
Well we have beaten them, have a better record in division, and still have two home division games to play. The balance would seem to be in the favor of the Titans.

mootini
10-30-2007, 01:19 PM
That statement is true for 3 of 4 teams... The fourth is as soft as cumulus clouds on an early spring morn.....:

http://www.nationalglidingweek.co.uk/images/big/cumulus-clouds-big.jpg

Bill, Stop it...man you guys are not weak...INJURIES and SCHEDULE has put you guys in this situation. If you win vs Raiders, you'll be going into a bye week 4-5. Not bad considering the injuries...come off the Bye, healthy...Get the Saints @ home. 5-5??? We'll beat up the Saints this week for ya....I see a 7-9 season? Not bad, get a running game and protection for Scuabb next off season..looking up for you.

mootini
10-30-2007, 01:27 PM
Well we have beaten them, have a better record in division, and still have two home division games to play. The balance would seem to be in the favor of the Titans.

Exactly, That's why you should be ahead....2 weeks will be a hell of a game... I think PAYBACK a comin'...just my Jag homerism showing..LOL
Hey, Jags/Titans got our hands full this Sunday. Jags will be coming into Tennesse on a 3 game road schedule....brutal!!! (only team in the NFL w/3 game roadie) While the Titans enjoying a 3 week home stay. Yes, advantage Titans, but those Jags are road warriors. Hopefully both teams will be healthy come 2 weeks Garrard/Young.

kastofsna
10-30-2007, 01:36 PM
Miami fans speak when they are spoken too.
no, that's inaccurate, as displayed by response to you, despite you not talking to me directly.

Blazing Arrow
10-30-2007, 01:50 PM
no, that's inaccurate, as displayed by response to you, despite you not talking to me directly.

So who do the fish plan to blow the draft on this season. I am sure there is another poor route running WR that is looking to get top 10 draft pick money :rolleyes:

0-8 it is like you are the reverse of the Patriots. Do you actually try to run down your score? :hmmm:

bah007
11-06-2007, 12:14 AM
1. New England (9-0)
2. Indianapolis (7-1)
3. Dallas (7-1)
4. Pittsburgh (6-2)
5. Green Bay (7-1)
6. Tennessee (6-2)
7. New York Giants (6-2)
8. Detroit (6-2)
9. Tampa Bay (5-4)
10. Cleveland (5-3)
11. Kansas City (4-4)
12. Washington (5-3)
13. Jacksonville (5-3)
14. Carolina (4-4)
15. San Diego (4-4)
16. Seattle (4-4)
17. Arizona (3-5)
18. Chicago (3-5)
19. New Orleans (4-4)
20. Buffalo (4-4)
21. Houston (4-5)
22. Minnesota (3-5)
23. Baltimore (4-4)
24. Philadelphia (3-5)
25. Denver (3-5)
26. Oakland (2-6)
27. Atlanta (2-6)
28. Cincinnati (2-6)
29. New York Jets (1-8)
30. San Francisco (2-6)
31. Miami (0-8)
32. St. Louis (0-8)

TexansLucky13
11-06-2007, 12:18 AM
I agree with the above ranking, except for the Jets over the 49ers. That team just looks lost.

kastofsna
11-06-2007, 07:37 AM
So who do the fish plan to blow the draft on this season. I am sure there is another poor route running WR that is looking to get top 10 draft pick money :rolleyes:

0-8 it is like you are the reverse of the Patriots. Do you actually try to run down your score? :hmmm:
lmao @ "poor route running." one of the hysterical comments i've heard about Ted Ginn coming out of college. just more evidence that people have no clue how to evaluate players.

kastofsna
11-06-2007, 07:38 AM
I agree with the above ranking, except for the Jets over the 49ers. That team just looks lost.
have you seen the Niners lately? when i did my little BCS rankings, they've been the worst team in the league the last 6 weeks, even more than Miami and St. Louis.

Pearl Trade
11-06-2007, 08:07 AM
i agree overall except for New Orleans should be ahead of Chicago and Arizona

jlam
11-06-2007, 08:55 AM
i agree overall except for New Orleans should be ahead of Chicago and Arizona

:thumbup

GoPats
11-06-2007, 09:55 AM
have you seen the Niners lately? when i did my little BCS rankings, they've been the worst team in the league the last 6 weeks, even more than Miami and St. Louis.

You think Goodell will have a coronary if the Pats end up picking in the top five?

As I understand it, the pick they lose for Spygate is their own, not the one that they traded for with San Fran. Goodell wasn't 100% clear about it, but when pressed he repeated, "Their pick..."

They'll probably trade it down into the 20s and still end up with two first-day picks.

kastofsna
11-06-2007, 11:19 AM
yeah, you can't really lose a pick that you traded for, because the pick is based on the team that traded away the pick's record.

and i expect the Patriots to draft McFadden.

bah007
11-13-2007, 10:51 AM
1. New England (9-0)
2. Dallas (8-1)
3. Pittsburgh (7-2)
4. Indianapolis (7-2)
5. Green Bay (8-1)
6. New York Giants (6-3)
7. Jacksonville (6-3)
8. Tampa Bay (5-4)
9. Tennessee (6-3)
10. Detroit (6-3)
11. Washington (6-3)
12. San Diego (5-4)
13. Cleveland (5-4)
14. Seattle (5-4)
15. Arizona (4-5)
16. Carolina (4-5)
17. Kansas City (4-5)
18. Chicago (4-5)
19. Buffalo (5-4)
20. Philadelphia (4-5)
21. Denver (4-5)
22. Houston (4-5)
23. New Orleans (4-5)
24. Atlanta (3-6)
25. Cincinnati (3-6)
26. Oakland (2-7)
27. Minnesota (3-6)
28. Baltimore (4-5)
29. St. Louis (1-8)
30. New York Jets (1-8)
31. San Francisco (2-7)
32. Miami (0-9)

bah007
11-20-2007, 10:21 AM
How can you possibly rank Jacksonville above Tennessee?

Hmmm...

bah007
11-20-2007, 10:22 AM
1. New England (10-0)
2. Dallas (9-1)
3. Green Bay (9-1)
4. Indianapolis (8-2)
5. New York Giants (7-3)
6. Jacksonville (7-3)
7. Pittsburgh (7-3)
8. Tampa Bay (6-4)
9. Washington (6-4)
10. Detroit (6-4)
11. Seattle (6-4)
12. Tennessee (6-4)
13. Cleveland (6-4)
14. San Diego (5-5)
15. Arizona (5-5)
16. Kansas City (4-6)
17. Denver (5-5)
18. Houston (5-5)
19. Chicago (4-6)
20. Philadelphia (5-5)
21. Carolina (4-6)
22. Minnesota (4-6)
23. Cincinnati (3-7)
24. Baltimore (4-6)
25. Buffalo (5-5)
26. New Orleans (4-6)
27. New York Jets (2-8)
28. Atlanta (3-7)
29. St. Louis (2-8)
30. Oakland (2-8)
31. San Francisco (2-8)
32. Miami (0-10)

Texan_Bill
11-20-2007, 10:28 AM
1. New England (10-0)
2. Dallas (9-1)
3. Green Bay (9-1)
4. Indianapolis (8-2)
5. New York Giants (7-3)
6. Jacksonville (7-3)
7. Pittsburgh (7-3)
8. Tampa Bay (6-4)
9. Washington (6-4)
10. Detroit (6-4)
11. Seattle (6-4)
12. Tennessee (6-4)
13. Cleveland (6-4)
14. San Diego (5-5)
15. Arizona (5-5)
16. Kansas City (4-6)
17. Denver (5-5)
18. Houston (5-5)
19. Chicago (4-6)
20. Philadelphia (5-5)
21. Carolina (4-6)
22. Minnesota (4-6)
23. Cincinnati (3-7)
24. Baltimore (4-6)
25. Buffalo (5-5)
26. New Orleans (4-6)
27. New York Jets (2-8)
28. Atlanta (3-7)
29. St. Louis (2-8)
30. Oakland (2-8)
31. San Francisco (2-8)
32. Miami (0-10)

Not too shabby at all... Of course, my first thought with the Texans being back to .500 was that they should be ranked a little higher... But then I notice the teams and their records ahead of us.... So (unfortunately) you have the Texans slotted just about right. Not sure if I would have put KC ahead though. I know they are surging - but still the 'head to head' matchup and the fact that Andre is back for the Texans could have us surging as well.

Great job!!!

Anyway - just my two cents worth...

HOU-TEX
11-20-2007, 10:34 AM
1. New England (10-0)
2. Dallas (9-1)
3. Green Bay (9-1)
4. Indianapolis (8-2)
5. New York Giants (7-3)
6. Jacksonville (7-3)
7. Pittsburgh (7-3)
8. Tampa Bay (6-4)
9. Washington (6-4)
10. Detroit (6-4)
11. Seattle (6-4)
12. Tennessee (6-4)
13. Cleveland (6-4)
14. San Diego (5-5)
15. Arizona (5-5)
16. Kansas City (4-6)
17. Denver (5-5)
18. Houston (5-5)
19. Chicago (4-6)
20. Philadelphia (5-5)
21. Carolina (4-6)
22. Minnesota (4-6)
23. Cincinnati (3-7)
24. Baltimore (4-6)
25. Buffalo (5-5)
26. New Orleans (4-6)
27. New York Jets (2-8)
28. Atlanta (3-7)
29. St. Louis (2-8)
30. Oakland (2-8)
31. San Francisco (2-8)
32. Miami (0-10)

Not bad. IMO, I'd move both the Texans and Broncos up over the Chiefs, maybe even the Cards. I think the Colts are better than the Girls and Pack, but with injuries and such you have them in the correct spot this week.

:texflag:

kastofsna
11-20-2007, 11:59 AM
call it stupidity and retarded blind homerism, but Miami isn't the worst team in the NFL.

BigBull17
11-20-2007, 12:26 PM
call it stupidity and retarded blind homerism, but Miami isn't the worst team in the NFL.

I actually agree. Their offense is really bad, but I think San Fran and Atlanta are worse.

bah007
11-20-2007, 01:30 PM
call it stupidity and retarded blind homerism, but Miami isn't the worst team in the NFL.

I've actually been tempted to move them up past San Fran the past two weeks but I decided to wait until they win one.

bah007
11-27-2007, 01:34 PM
1. New England (11-0)
2. Dallas (10-1)
3. Green Bay (10-1)
4. Indianapolis (9-2)
5. Jacksonville (8-3)
6. Pittsburgh (8-3)
7. Tampa Bay (7-4)
8. Seattle (7-4)
9. Detroit (6-5)
10. New York Giants (7-4)
11. Cleveland (7-4)
12. Washington (6-5)
13. San Diego (6-5)
14. Tennessee (6-5)
15. Denver (5-6)
16. Chicago (5-6)
17. Houston (5-6)
18. Philadelphia (5-6)
19. Minnesota (5-6)
20. Cincinnati (4-7)
21. Arizona (5-6)
22. New Orleans (5-6)
23. Buffalo (5-6)
24. Kansas City (4-7)
25. Baltimore (4-7)
26. Carolina (4-7)
27. San Francisco (3-8)
28. Oakland (3-8)
29. St. Louis (2-9)
30. Atlanta (3-8)
31. New York Jets (2-9)
32. Miami (0-11)

TexansLucky13
11-27-2007, 02:08 PM
We lost and moved up? Interesting!

I can't wait for Thursday night. That game is going to be amazing.

bah007
12-04-2007, 11:16 AM
1. New England (12-0)
2. Dallas (11-1)
3. Indianapolis (10-2)
4. Green Bay (10-2)
5. Pittsburgh (9-3)
6. Jacksonville (8-4)
7. Tampa Bay (8-4)
8. Seattle (8-4)
9. New York Giants (8-4)
10. Tennessee (7-5)
11. San Diego (7-5)
12. Cleveland (7-5)
13. Washington (6-6)
14. Minnesota (6-6)
15. Chicago (5-7)
16. Detroit (6-6)
17. Philadelphia (5-7)
18. Houston (5-7)
19. Arizona (6-6)
20. Buffalo (6-6)
21. Denver (5-7)
22. Baltimore (4-8)
23. New Orleans (5-7)
24. Carolina (5-7)
25. Cincinnati (4-8)
26. Oakland (4-8)
27. Kansas City (4-8)
28. St. Louis (3-9)
29. New York Jets (3-9)
30. San Francisco (3-9)
31. Atlanta (3-9)
32. Miami (0-12)

kastofsna
12-04-2007, 02:47 PM
okay NOW miami is easily the worst team in the league.

bah007
12-11-2007, 10:23 AM
1. New England (13-0)
2. Indianapolis (11-2)
3. Dallas (12-1)
4. Green Bay (11-2)
5. Jacksonville (9-4)
6. Seattle (9-4)
7. New York Giants (9-4)
8. Pittsburgh (9-4)
9. San Diego (8-5)
10. Tampa Bay (8-5)
11. Washington (7-6)
12. Minnesota (7-6)
13. Cleveland (8-5)
14. Tennessee (7-6)
15. Detroit (6-7)
16. Houston (6-7)
17. Denver (6-7)
18. Buffalo (7-6)
19. Philadelphia (5-8)
20. Chicago (5-8)
21. New Orleans (6-7)
22. Arizona (6-7)
23. Cincinnati (5-8)
24. Oakland (4-9)
25. Carolina (5-8)
26. Baltimore (4-9)
27. St. Louis (3-10)
28. New York Jets (3-10)
29. Kansas City (4-9)
30. San Francisco (3-10)
31. Atlanta (3-10)
32. Miami (0-13)