Last week's three win post resulted in very little raillery. However, I am still going to revisit the topic and examine the 4 win teams. There are currently four teams with four wins. They are our Houston Texans, Cleveland, Washington, and Green Bay. How should they be racked and stacked? First, Washington has already beat Houston so we know they should rank higher than we do. At first glance they and their record setting quarterback are far above the Texans; however David Carr matched that record later in the season and so narrowed the gap. For the time being I think the Texans belong beneath Cleveland based solely on the Texans' pathetic performance and narrow victory against the two win Raiders. If the Texans are still tied with the Browns going into the last game of the season they will hold their destiny in their own hands and settle it on the field. This would be an exciting match-up for that reason. This leaves Houston and Green Bay. Since Green Bay plays the Lions twice, and the Lions are as inept as the Raiders, I give the Texans a slight edge. This leaves the four win teams in this order: 1) Washington 2) Cleveland 3) Houston 4) Green Bay If the Texans lose against the Titans this week, Arizona and Tampa Bay will have the opportunity to join the Texans with 4 wins. I don't know about Arizona at this point, but Tampa Bay is easy. As stated last week: If the Texans win they will move up to join these current five win teams if they lose on Sunday: Buffalo, Miami, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Minnesota, San Francisco, and St. Louis. That could be a long post. Remember the badinage, and see you next week!