NFL team rankings

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  1. JCTexan

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    Over at nfl.com they are doing a 32 team rankings, where their having the fans rank all 32 teams. http://fanrankings.nfl.com/
    Here's mine with comments beside every team until Houston:

    1. Pittsburgh (Champions from last year. I don't see them losing a step)
    2. New York G (Best team in the NFC IMO)
    3. Carolina (Should be a force in the NFC)
    4. Baltimore (Went to the AFC Championship with a rookie QB. Now that Flaco has some experience watch out)
    5. Tennessee (Best team in the regular season last year. After losing Haynesworth should teams be concerned with them?)
    6. New England (Will Brady come back like the Brady of old? If he does they could easily be the best team)
    7. Indianapolis (With all the coaches leaving Manning has to learn his 2nd system in his career. He's still Peyton Manning, though.)
    8. Philadelphia (Mcnabb now has some targets to pass to after the Eagles drafted Maclin)
    9. Atlanta (Can Matt Ryan continue his rookie success and lead the Falcons to the playoffs again?)
    10. Minnesota (AP carried Minny last year. Can Sage be the QB the Vikings need to go farther in the playoffs?)
    11. Miami (Can the Dolphins repeat their 11-5 record from last year?)
    12. Arizona (NFC Champions from last year, but they're in a weak division and SF could emerge)
    13. Tampa Bay (How are the new coaches going to do?)
    14. Houston (I expect them to improve to 10-6, this could be their year)
    15. New York J
    16. Dallas
    17. Chicago
    18. San Diego
    19. Green Bay
    20. Washington
    21. Denver
    22. San Francisco
    23. Buffalo
    24. Jacksonville
    25. New Orleans
    26. Cleveland
    27. Seattle
    28. Cincinnati
    29. St Louis
    30. Kansas City
    31. Oakland
    32. Detroit
     
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  2. Dapper

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    My eyes have seen the glory!
    I do believe they have the might Texans ahead of the lowly dallas glamor boys

    sweet!
     
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    Wait, what? Are you looking at my rankings or theirs? If you clicked on the link and get the same results as mine it's likely the one I did. The link is where you can rank all 32 teams. The guy who did the rankings (Pat Kirwan) has the Boys at 14, and the Texans at 20 (behind the Hawks & Bengals)... I can't say I agree with his.

    Kirwan's rankings can be found here: http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=09000d5d810536b4&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true
     
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    You might want to change the post to reflect theirs and yours. It looks like their info based on the way you have it.
     
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    Anybody that ranks the Bungles above the Texans I can't take seriously.
     
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    I wasn't trying to post mine, though. I edited the post so hopefully it comes out the way I wanted it to. I still get my rankings, but I tried on a different computer and it came up how I wanted it to, so hopefully it works for everyone now.
     
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    My 32: My reasoning, because I said so.:texflag:
    1 Pittsburgh Steelers PittsburghSteelers
    2 New York Giants New YorkGiants
    3 Tennessee Titans TennesseeTitans
    4 New England Patriots New EnglandPatriots
    5 Carolina Panthers CarolinaPanthers
    6 Indianapolis Colts IndianapolisColts
    7 Baltimore Ravens BaltimoreRavens
    8 Houston Texans HoustonTexans
    9 Chicago Bears ChicagoBears
    10 Philadelphia Eagles PhiladelphiaEagles
    11 Dallas Cowboys DallasCowboys
    12 Minnesota Vikings MinnesotaVikings
    13 San Diego Chargers San DiegoChargers
    14 Atlanta Falcons AtlantaFalcons
    15 Green Bay Packers Green BayPackers
    16 Buffalo Bills BuffaloBills
    17 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco49ers
    18 Miami Dolphins MiamiDolphins
    19 Washington Redskins WashingtonRedskins
    20 Jacksonville Jaguars JacksonvilleJaguars
    21 New Orleans Saints New OrleansSaints
    22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa BayBuccaneers
    23 Arizona Cardinals ArizonaCardinals
    24 New York Jets New YorkJets
    25 Denver Broncos DenverBroncos
    26 Seattle Seahawks SeattleSeahawks
    27 St. Louis Rams St. LouisRams
    28 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas CityChiefs
    29 Cleveland Browns ClevelandBrowns
    30 Detroit Lions DetroitLions
    31 Cincinnati Bengals CincinnatiBengals
    32 Oakland Raiders OaklandRaiders
     
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    With Texans schedule, if the players perform only to the expectations we should have a very good year. If a few play above expectations like Slaton did, we may have a SB contender. I am looking at a much better performance from the coaching staff that should be helpful also.
     

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