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2012-11-13 11:08:05 AM
SF stays #4 after tying the Lambs? Their lobby is strong.
 
2012-11-13 11:15:08 AM
Scoring 55 on the Raiders really shouldn't count for that much.
 
2012-11-13 11:17:05 AM
The Giants aren't low enough. they disgust me.
 
2012-11-13 11:24:26 AM
Texans in the top spot again? WOOT!!

I was so worried about that game. Playing in Chicago with the wind and rain should've been a recipe for disaster, but they pulled it off.
 
2012-11-13 11:26:03 AM
Thanks, Sando, for reminding me of this:

The Jets have played two NFC West teams this year. Their offense has scored ZERO points in those games.
 
2012-11-13 12:09:29 PM

scottydoesntknow: Texans in the top spot again? WOOT!!

I was so worried about that game. Playing in Chicago with the wind and rain should've been a recipe for disaster, but they pulled it off.


Knocking Cutler out at the half had a lot to do with it. I'm sure IAR will disagree, but Jay has been money in the 4th quarter all year, and would have given the Bears a better chance than Checkdown Campbell in a 1 score game.

Even so, your guys deserved that win. Good, defensive game, and Houston won it on the ground with those two drives. Respect.
 
2012-11-13 12:14:37 PM
THE BRONCOS ARE #7! :D

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2012-11-13 12:17:07 PM

Jubeebee: scottydoesntknow: Texans in the top spot again? WOOT!!

I was so worried about that game. Playing in Chicago with the wind and rain should've been a recipe for disaster, but they pulled it off.

Knocking Cutler out at the half had a lot to do with it. I'm sure IAR will disagree, but Jay has been money in the 4th quarter all year, and would have given the Bears a better chance than Checkdown Campbell in a 1 score game.

Even so, your guys deserved that win. Good, defensive game, and Houston won it on the ground with those two drives. Respect.


They played a lot smarter this time too. Switching entirely to a run game in the second half stopped Chicago's chances of grabbing a pick-six, which they're scary good at this year. It also allowed the Texans to slowly chip off at the game clock. If the runs were successful, yay first down and more time off the clock. If the runs were stopped, the pressure was put on the defense to keep them at bay, and they did.
 
2012-11-13 12:27:59 PM
Well since my submission will be rejected like the football gods reject ties, I will begin the chant...

WHAR GRAF!?!?!?!? WHAR!?!?!?

WHAR JAKE!?!?!? WHAR!?!?!?!?
 
2012-11-13 12:39:38 PM
Ohh and interesting fact I noticed this weekend. On the week that Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, Peyton Manning got his 420th touchdown as a Denver Bronco
 
2012-11-13 12:41:55 PM
The Seahawks, like the 49ers, did not allow an offensive touchdown against the Jets on Sunday.

Actually, like the other 30 teams as well, since none of them allowed an offensive touchdown against the Jets on that particular Sunday either.
 
2012-11-13 12:51:16 PM

scottydoesntknow: They played a lot smarter this time too. Switching entirely to a run game in the second half stopped Chicago's chances of grabbing a pick-six, which they're scary good at this year. It also allowed the Texans to slowly chip off at the game clock. If the runs were successful, yay first down and more time off the clock. If the runs were stopped, the pressure was put on the defense to keep them at bay, and they did.


Agreed. It was a good gameplan, and the Texans pulled it off really well. Particularly given that Chicago did the impossible and mostly shut down JJ Watt. Conner Barwin and D.Manning stepped it up. Again, respect.

Now I'm kind of looking forward to both Smith and Cutler being out for MNF next week so we can get the Campbell/Kapaernick Alphabet Soup Bowl.
 
2012-11-13 12:56:53 PM

Aarontology: Scoring 55 on the Raiders really shouldn't count for that much.


True, but losing by 18 in Cincinnati should.
 
2012-11-13 01:00:29 PM

Harv72b: True, but losing by 18 in Cincinnati should.


Especially given how bad they played in that loss.
 
2012-11-13 01:08:07 PM
I want you all to know the level of dedication I give to writing this every week. Right now, as I type, I'm putting off going out to get food for my cat and Black Ops 2 is out and I'm not playing. All so I can write a completely unnecessary and only mildly entertaining pick recap for Fark, which few if any people will actually read and only then while waiting for the GRAPHS!!! and/or for robsul to stop fretting over insignificant things like who will be the elected leader of the free world for four years' hence and remember what day it is. Mother would be proud.

But she would not be proud of my performance this week. After starting things off with a bang on Thursday night I limped home to finish just a single game above .500, and even that coming after a frantic Monday night of rooting against Pittsburgh for the lulz and because, well, they're the Steelers, all the while knowing that only they could save me from the humiliation of a losing week. It's like ra-aaaa-aain on your wedding day. But on the bright side, my Ravens crushed Oakland as only Oakland could allow themselves to be crushed, and Black Ops 2 is out. With that, I bid you farewell in French and present the recaps; original picks can be found here.

Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars:
27-10
Gaze in awe and splendor upon the ultimate perfect call. I mean, picking anybody against the Jaguars should be a no-brainer (unless you're me in week 9), but actually nailing the final score is something reserved for true wizards and football experts. Okay, also for blind luck, but as someone who's been to Vegas numerous times I've long since stopped believing in most kinds of luck (all the good kinds, anyway). This marked two consecutive 17-point home losses for Jacksonville, against powerhouses like Indy and Detroit. 1-0

Oakland Raiders at Baltimore Ravens:
If Baltimore wants to be taken seriously down the stretch, they need not only to win this game, but to win it convincingly. They will.
I don't know, I think I'd call this one "convincing", wouldn't you? The 55 points marked a franchise record for the Ravens, are tied Oakland's record for most points allowed in a game (first set in 1961 and last achieved 31 years ago). The Raiders have held one opponent under 20 points this season, and that doesn't hardly count as it was the Chiefs; they've now surrendered 97 points in their last two games. 2-0

Denver Broncos at Carolina Panthers:
At some point you start to feel sorry for Cam Newton and the Panthers. I mean, I haven't gotten to that point yet, but I'm sure it exists somewhere in a murky future potentially filled with Mayan apocalypses and fierce, man-eating mutant gerbils. For now, though, I actually derive great pleasure from the fact that the Broncos' D/ST outscored Carolina in this one, 16-14. 3-0


New York Giants at Cincinnati Bengals:
All that pretty green above. :( In a game between the Giants and Bengals, one quarterback threw for 4 touchdowns & no turnovers while the other heaved up two picks & lost a fumble without generating a TD. The former is obviously Andy Dalton, while this week's Jake co-leader is Manning the Younger. Unless the Giants win in Green Bay on Thanksgiving, they will go 0 for November. 3-1

Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins:
What. The. Fark? I mean, seriously: based on statistics and past performance, Mickey Mouse had a better chance at being elected President than the Titans did of beating Miami. Then, out of nowhere, seven days removed from a 51-20 butt-kicking at the hands of Jay Cutler and the Bears, having not once held an opponent under 30 points on the road, in a game where Chris Johnson ran for more yards than Jake Locker threw and in which Locker completed just 9 (of 21) passes, Tennessee drop-kicked the Dolphins by a 37-3 score. Reggie Bush was held to 21 yards on the ground, 15 of those coming on a single run, and he tied for the team rushing lead. Ryan Tannehill completed 8% of his passes to Titans' defenders. And thus, the New England Patriots officially win the AFC East. 3-2

Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings:
This was an upset pick, after all: I'm quite upset that I made it. I mean, divisional games are never sure things (except maybe Baltimore vs. Cleveland) and the Vikings did have the better record coming in, but come on...Adrian Peterson had more yards from scrimmage than all the Detroit players not named Calvin Johnson combined. Christian Ponder had a higher passer rating than Matthew Stafford, and Stafford broke 100. Somehow, it's mid-November and the Vikings are only a game and a half out of first place. 3-3


Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots:
Ahhh, New England Buffalo...when everything else fails, I can always count on you to bring my picks home. Then again, after being outscored by 52 points in their last two meetings, the Bills played this one so close that Ryan Fitzpatrick had to dig deep to lose it on a last-minute interception in the end zone. A shame, really, as Fitzy was actually outperforming Tom Brady up until that point, but quite expected I'm sure for whatever Buffalo fans remain. 4-3


Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints:
I've learned over the years that, much like any multiple-choice exam, it's never wise to go back and second-guess my picks when it comes to football. Still, I very nearly changed my call at the last minute here, and obviously I wish I had, now. In retrospect it doesn't seem that surprising: the two teams have developed a bitter divisional rivalry over the past few years, and Roddy White's comments no doubt did nothing to help the Falcons' cause. Still, two things stand out about this one. First, Matt Ryan outperformed Drew Brees on nearly every level; more than 100 additional passing yards, identical numbers in the TD & INT departments, and a near-identical completion percentage. Second, the Saints actually out-rushed Atlanta in the game, and by a wide margin. In fact, the last time a New Orleans player led all backs in rushing for a game was week 2, against Carolina. The loss drops Atlanta to 8-1, and me to 4-4.


San Diego Chargers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
Any hopes the Chargers have of winning this one rest on the shoulders of Philip Rivers. Think about that for a minute, Chargers fans: Philip Rivers.
Rivers' final numbers look good in every category but one: 29/37 passing (78%), 337 yards and 3 TDs. It's those 2 pesky little interceptions that ruin his line, and which ruined the Chargers' chances at a victory. Josh Freeman, meanwhile, had a more pedestrian 14/20 for 210 yards & 2 TDs, but did not turn the ball over. After starting the season 1-3, the Bucs are somehow right back in the thick of the NFC playoff race. And after starting 3-1, the Chargers are rapidly sliding out of theirs. 5-4

New York Jets at Seattle Seahawks:
Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, and Seattle. Those are the only teams left in the NFL who haven't lost a game at home that season; Seattle's feat would be far more impressive were it not for their 1-4 record on the road, though, and beating the Jets has been about as difficult of late as seeing a Christmas-themed commercial during prime time. Tim Tebow posted a 79.2 passer rating in going 3-3 for 8 yards, and nearly doubled Mark Sanchez's number. 6-4


Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles:
I am so glad I'm not an Eagles' fan. I like Santa Claus and I get utterly tired of the theme from Rocky after a couple listenings, for starters, and as a bonus I don't have to suffer through things like this 4th-quarter collapse on a regular basis. Incidentally, this game marked the first time the Cowboys have scored as many as 38 points in a game since week 10 of last season. 6-5


St. Louis Rams at San Francisco 49ers:
So how the hell do I count this one? The same way the NFL does: 6-5-1

Houston Texans at Chicago Bears:
Well I certainly called the ugly aspect of this game (that was tough), but seriously, Chicago? Four first-half turnovers? Three of them on your first three drives??? I know the Texans' defense is good and the weather was not, but come on. So then Jason Campbell comes in and posts very respectable numbers of 11/19 for 94 yards by consistently completing 3-yard passes on 3rd & 8. This looked quite a bit like vintage Bears football, and not the good kind. 6-6-1


Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers:
Beating Kansas City in overtime shouldn't really count. Hell, Pittsburgh actually managed to become the first team to possess the ball while trailing the Chiefs since Tim Tebow and the Broncos lost 7-3 to KC on January 1st. Best I can figure it, Romeo Crennel told his team during warmups that if they could play four quarters of turnover-free football, he'd take everyone out for ice cream after the game. And they responded in a way that only the Chefs could: four quarters without giving the ball away once, followed by an interception on their second play from scrimmage in OT. Joke's on Crennel, though: they still get their ice cream. 7-6-1
 
2012-11-13 01:15:35 PM
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Welcome back, one and all, to the trivia game where the host isn't just drunk, but also masturbating furiously! By now I imagine most of you know how this goes - I find some way to shoehorn Tony Romo into the Wide Receivers trivia and you all flail wildly and uselessly at trick questions about who runs the best 2nd down curl route in October. This week is no different, although I'm giving you all a bit of a break. There are no questions about kickers this week, or defensive players because FARK THOSE GUYS AMIRITE?! We're back to the bread and butter this week - QBs, RBs, and Teams.

So whip out that football brain because I'm about to punch it square in the jaw. Or something.

Name That QB

1. Time to put on your Stephen A. Smith hat and tell us who the clutchiest clutch that ever clutched is. This QB, for the season, is the most accurate passer in the 4th Quarter, or as Skip Bayless calls it "Tebow Time". Actually, Skip Bayless calls pretty much anything Tebow Time.

2. Speaking of clutchy clutch clutch, this guy must be on a constant Sports Center loop for being the best 3rd and Long QB in the NFL. He has the highest percentage of completions on 3rd and long so he's gotta be a topic of constant debate over on ESPN. Right?

3. Time for a little limelight to shine down in this category of winners. This schmuck is the worst 3rd and short QB. He has the lowest 1st down per attempt on 3rd and short and it is by a sizeable margin. How can you screw up 3rd and 1? Ask this guy.


Name That RB

1. BARBARIANS AT THE GATE! If this player is knock knock knocking on your endzone in a goal-to-go situation, you are exceptionally hosed. This player has the highest percentage of touchdowns per carry inside the opponent's 10 yard line. Please note that this is a RB. Technically the most efficient goal-to-go runner is Andrew Luck at a WHOPPING 83.3% but I'm not going to say anything nice about him because he's been having his knob polished for a month and I doubt he could get it up for me.

2. And now a question about stuffing. Stovetop or homemade? It doesn't matter for this player, who has been stuffed the most times this season and should probably remind his offensive line that getting tackled for a loss is a BAD thing.

3. In a season where the QBs are both dropping the ball and dropping like flies, the top 5 players in the NFL in terms of Fumbles Lost are QBs. #6 is a RB who is tied with the supremely awful Mark Sanchez for the most lost fumbles this season by a RB.


Name That Team

1. Today's NFL is about passing. Sure, you might sneak away with a win without a passing TD for three straight weeks *coughEliManningcough* but to make sure you're in the games, you need to be passing. This team leads the NFL in receptions, and also in total yards receiving.

2. How about some truly obscure stats? That's definitely what we're here for. Check this out... this team has the best rushing yards per carry on artificial turf. Why is this stat important? It's not! HA!

3. We've covered 3 aspects of the game for teams. Receptions, rushing, and now D-FENCE. This team is a funny story when it comes to their defense. Not funny "haha" but funny "oh, so that's why they keep losing games" funny. This team is the best rushing defense in terms of yards, and worst passing defense in terms of yards.


Alright, pencils, dicks, and pencil-dicks down. Be sure to write your score down and show it to your friend so he can roll his eyes and then go back to being a box with a face painted on it in your mom's basement.
 
2012-11-13 01:15:47 PM
The non-Bronco AFC West just needs to be lumped into a single last-place entry.
 
2012-11-13 01:19:42 PM
I kind of liked the trivia more when they were questions anyone on earth might bother knowing.
 
2012-11-13 01:22:23 PM
For the RB questions, I'll guess:

1) Marshawn Lynch
2) Chris Johnson
3) Ahmad Bradshaw
 
2012-11-13 01:24:39 PM

IAmRight: I kind of liked the trivia more when they were questions anyone on earth might bother knowing.


Many of those leaders haven't changed, or are painfully obvious. Plus, I'm trying not to use statistical categories I've already used.

Also, it should be noted that question #2 on QBs should read "highest percentage of conversions" and not completions. I'm not rewarding anyone on throwing a 2 yard dump off on 3rd and 12 and punting.
 
2012-11-13 01:28:12 PM

Treygreen13: snip


Pure guesses on the first two, but the team category I put a lot of research into anyway. :p

QB

1) I honestly don't know. I'll guess Drew Brees just because he's magic.

2) A slightly more educated guess: I believe Pittsburgh is still #1 in 3rd down conversions on the whole, so I'll go with Roethlisberger.

3) Gotta be Blaine Gabbert.

RB

1) Jamaal Charles? Adrian Peterson?

2) This is tough. Has to be a guy who gets the ball a lot & is therefore nominally "good", but who possesses that supreme skill of not knowing when to just plow into a guy for a 1-yard gain. Chris Johnson?

3) Uh-oh. The Chiefs are tied with Philly for most fumbles, this much I know, but I don't think Cassel has been fumbling nearly as much as Vick, which leads me to believe the answer is Jamaal Charles. Which means he probably isn't the answer to #1.

Team

1) Ha! Detroit passed New Orleans this week, so there's your answer.

2) I'll guess Buffalo just because, C.J. Spiller. But I have no idea if they've even played on artificial turf this season.

3) Tampa Bay.
 
2012-11-13 01:33:01 PM

Treygreen13: Many of those leaders haven't changed, or are painfully obvious. Plus, I'm trying not to use statistical categories I've already used.


The RBs with the top percentage of TDs inside the 10 just makes me angrier.

/and I'd like to point out that NOW Russell Wilson does have the best home passer rating in the NFL.
 
2012-11-13 01:34:11 PM

Harv72b: 3) Uh-oh. The Chiefs are tied with Philly for most fumbles, this much I know, but I don't think Cassel has been fumbling nearly as much as Vick, which leads me to believe the answer is Jamaal Charles. Which means he probably isn't the answer to #1.


Since I've looked up most of the answers, I will just help out by saying that Cassel has actually lost more fumbles than Vick.
 
2012-11-13 01:35:20 PM

Harv72b: 3) Gotta be Blaine Gabbert.


He is in the bottom 5, but not the worst.
 
2012-11-13 01:36:00 PM

IAmRight: Harv72b: 3) Uh-oh. The Chiefs are tied with Philly for most fumbles, this much I know, but I don't think Cassel has been fumbling nearly as much as Vick, which leads me to believe the answer is Jamaal Charles. Which means he probably isn't the answer to #1.

Since I've looked up most of the answers, I will just help out by saying that Cassel has actually lost more fumbles than Vick.


I use the Washington Post for the stats, if you want to keep looking without searching all over.
 
2012-11-13 01:57:41 PM

Treygreen13: I use the Washington Post for the stats, if you want to keep looking without searching all over.


I assume you're talking to him (where else would I find such pointless stats?)

I would just question your answer for No. 3 with QBs since I don't see Gabbert and the list only goes to No. 20 here.
 
2012-11-13 02:01:40 PM

IAmRight: Treygreen13: I use the Washington Post for the stats, if you want to keep looking without searching all over.

I assume you're talking to him (where else would I find such pointless stats?)

I would just question your answer for No. 3 with QBs since I don't see Gabbert and the list only goes to No. 20 here.


Click either NFC or AFC. You can get the full breakdown that way.
 
2012-11-13 02:14:21 PM
Wow Roc, you weren't kidding.
 
2012-11-13 02:15:11 PM
Are there any Jake based stats available? Stuff like Jake winner, QBs saved by the win, defenses/defensive players who help QBs earn their Jake.
 
2012-11-13 02:19:13 PM
I'm just glad the Bears didn't get dumped to sixth and leapfrogged by a bye-week Packers team. The Booyah rankings like to pull that shiat on the Bears.

/that said, the Pack isn't a team you want to face right now
//Kellen Davis just dropped another pass which kicked off his foot into the waiting arms of a defender
 
2012-11-13 02:26:44 PM

germ78: that said, the Pack isn't a team you want to face right now


everybody is injured. everybody. Best bye-week timing ever and quite frankly they have to show they can operate as a team before I'd want them moving up in the rankings.
 
2012-11-13 02:27:00 PM

Kevthecatslayer: Are there any Jake based stats available? Stuff like Jake winner, QBs saved by the win, defenses/defensive players who help QBs earn their Jake.


Unfortunately, I don't keep any of those. Maybe robsul does?
 
2012-11-13 02:27:21 PM

germ78: I'm just glad the Bears didn't get dumped to sixth and leapfrogged by a bye-week Packers team. The Booyah rankings like to pull that shiat on the Bears.

/that said, the Pack isn't a team you want to face right now
//Kellen Davis just dropped another pass which kicked off his foot into the waiting arms of a defender


As much as it pains me to say it, the Pack probably could be 3rd.

They beat both of the teams in the 7-1 SNF matchup. They shouldn't have lost to Seattle, and they just completely blew the Colts game. With those two miscues, they'd be 7-1. They've really only been completely outplayed in the SF game, and the 2nd half of the Colts game.

I guess you could say that about a lot of teams with some of their wins and losses, but, just saying.
 
2012-11-13 02:28:53 PM

thecpt: Wow Roc, you weren't kidding.


Nope.

Kevthecatslayer: Are there any Jake based stats available? Stuff like Jake winner, QBs saved by the win, defenses/defensive players who help QBs earn their Jake.


Here you go.
 
2012-11-13 02:29:02 PM

dletter: they'd be 7-1.


Meant 8-1.
 
2012-11-13 02:30:18 PM
QB)
1. Brees
2. Romo
3. Rivers

RB)
1. Peterson
2. Johnson
3.) Jackson

Team)
1.) Raiders(out on a limb here)
2.) Seahawks
3.) Dolphins
 
2012-11-13 02:31:09 PM

knbber2: SF stays #4 after tying the Lambs? Their lobby is strong.


With their long-term project backup QB playing most of the game.
 
2012-11-13 02:31:32 PM

roc6783:
Kevthecatslayer: Are there any Jake based stats available? Stuff like Jake winner, QBs saved by the win, defenses/defensive players who help QBs earn their Jake.

Here you go.


Forgot to add, please report back your findings, many people enjoy those stats.
 
2012-11-13 02:32:27 PM

scottydoesntknow: Ohh and interesting fact I noticed this weekend. On the week that Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, Peyton Manning got his 420th touchdown as a Denver Bronco


420th touchdown of his career maybe, but not his 420th touchdown as a Denver Bronco.
 
2012-11-13 02:34:14 PM
QB: Cutler, Fitzpatrick and Sanchez

RB: Ridley, Mathews and McGahee

Teams: Lions, Bills and Eagles
 
2012-11-13 02:39:22 PM

FriarED1: scottydoesntknow: Ohh and interesting fact I noticed this weekend. On the week that Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, Peyton Manning got his 420th touchdown as a Denver Bronco

420th touchdown of his career maybe, but not his 420th touchdown as a Denver Bronco.


Yea, 420 total. It's just interesting because he is a Bronco now, playing in Colorado, and gets his 420th TD the week they legalize it.
 
2012-11-13 02:40:17 PM
Answers go up in 20 minutes. 2PM Central time. So far, nobody has answered an entire category correctly.

So far, there have been 4 correct answers.
 
2012-11-13 02:41:54 PM

scottydoesntknow: FriarED1: scottydoesntknow: Ohh and interesting fact I noticed this weekend. On the week that Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, Peyton Manning got his 420th touchdown as a Denver Bronco

420th touchdown of his career maybe, but not his 420th touchdown as a Denver Bronco.

Yea, 420 total. It's just interesting because he is a Bronco now, playing in Colorado, and gets his 420th TD the week they legalize it.


Duuuuude I really want like a million Papa Johns pizzas. phmph. giggle. Oh man I'm so hungry I want twoooo million pap johns pizzas. Aw i'm broke. Duuuuuude they're freeee!
 
2012-11-13 02:44:02 PM
How to make your own Power Rankings:

1) take the regular standings
2) randomize teams with the same record
3) move the Giants, Patriots, Packers, Saints, and Redskins above 1-2 teams with better records than them (replace this list yearly with whatever teams have the 5 most talked about QBs in the league on ESPN, excluding Tebow)
4) move the Vikings, Cardinals, and Rams below 1-2 teams with worse records than them (replace this list yearly with whatever teams are doing better than people thought they would)

Rinse and repeat.

I'm not going to number this rule, because it is the IRON-CLAD, UNBREAKABLE RULE: You absolutely CAN NOT put a team above another team if there is a 2 loss difference in their records, even if you think they would win a game played between them.
 
2012-11-13 02:47:07 PM
I'm guessing the Vikings for the rushing on turf question. I'd argue it's actually fairly important because The Rode to the Super BowlTM might go through Atlanta and Houston.
 
2012-11-13 02:47:07 PM

germ78: I'm just glad the Bears didn't get dumped to sixth and leapfrogged by a bye-week Packers team. The Booyah rankings like to pull that shiat on the Bears.

/that said, the Pack isn't a team you want to face right now
//Kellen Davis just dropped another pass which kicked off his foot into the waiting arms of a defender


Packers have 2 tough road games next up at Detroit (Suh vs our cheap shot artists of and OL) and then at NYG after a bye week. Plus being without Clay probably is a killer for us. I will concede the division to the Bears but if this goes like 2010 i will plenty happy
 
2012-11-13 02:48:24 PM
 
2012-11-13 02:49:58 PM
Wait, I'm sorry, the Steelers were very nearly humiliated by the concensus worst team in the NFL, lost the thing that kept them competitive (possibly for the season) and they move up a spot? Insanity.
 
2012-11-13 02:51:11 PM
Now that Fox and Hensley have conceded that the Eagles are not significantly better than the Saints, Clayton is back to ranking the Saints the lowest of any contributor.

Some semblance of order has been restored to the Power Rankings universe!
 
2012-11-13 02:51:36 PM

muck4doo: Foles to start against Redskins. Vick has been given the role of team batman


This goddamn Batman?
 
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