Geoff's (me) Power Rankings - Week 3

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  1. gtexan02

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    AFC South takes top 2:

    1 (2). Indianapolis (2-0) - Great offensive showing 2 weeks in a row
    2 (4). Jacksonville (2-0) - Shutout the superbowl champs, knock off the old #1
    3 (3). Atlanta (2-0) - Hold steady at #3 after beating weak Tamp team
    4 (7). San Diego (2-0) - Outscored opponents 67-7. Wow
    5 (5). Baltimore (2-0) - Hold steady at 5 after beating terrible Oakland team
    6 (9). Chicago (2-0) - Surprising offensive life warrants move up
    7 (6). Cincinatti (2-0) - Strong start, but was only against Cleveland.
    8 (1). Pittsburgh (1-1) - Disapointing loss to Jags (150 offensive yards). Still a great D
    9 (10). Seattle (2-0) - Good win, but against Arizona. Pickup of Branch was nice
    10 (17). Minnesota (2-0) - Great play after 2 weeks. How good is Carolina?
    11 (11). New England (2-0) - Won again, but it wasn't pretty at the end
    12 (13). New York Giants (1-1) - Amazing come back against the Eagles
    13 (8). Philadelphia (1-1) - Disapointing loss to Giants. These teams are pretty much equals
    14 (16). Dallas (1-1) - Showed life against Was, but what does that mean?
    15 (12). Carolina (0-2) - Most overrated team this offseason slips again
    16 (19). Denver (1-1) - I want to rank them higher, but they've shown me almost nothing so far
    17 (22). New Orleans (2-0) - I want to rank them lower because of opponents, but you can't argue with a 2-0 start
    18 (26). Buffalo (1-1) - Great D has kept them close with 2 good teams
    19 (15). St. Louis (1-1) - Beat Denver, then loses to SF. Hard to rank
    20 (18). Arizona (1-1) - Beat SF, lose to Seattle. Tough to rank
    21 (29). San Francisco (1-1) - Loses to Arz, then beats STL. Again tough
    22 (25). New York Jets (1-1) - Surprise team of the year. I wish they had beaten NE. Pennington looks amazing
    23 (21). Washington (0-2) - Disapointment of the year. Without Portis, their offense is awful
    24 (23). KC (0-2) - No Green and no vermeil = doghouse
    25 (14). Miami (0-2) - Second most overrated team. Culpepper looks lost
    26 (20). Detroit (0-2) - Showed life against Sea, then rollover against Chi? Whats the deal
    27 (24). Tampa Bay (0-2) - Horrible start. Simms should be benched
    28 (27). Houston (0-2) - Tough loss, but to 2 tough opponents
    29 (30). Cleveland (0-2) - Not a good team
    30 (31). Greenbay (0-2) - Lose at home to NO? Not a good team either
    31 (28). Tenessee (0-2) - Ouch. This team looks awful
    32 (32). Oakland (0-2) - Safe to say 2006 Raiders are worse than the 2005 Texans

    Tell me what you think
     
  2. Mike Kerns

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    Didnt they beat Tampa Bay?
     
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    Yeah, I think they did..

    But the rankings look pretty good. Mine would be pretty close to those.
     
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    Oops, you're right. Meant weak Tampa team. Fixed
     
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