Thursday, November 25, 2010

Week Twelve NFL Feast

Power Rankings

32. Carolina (32)
31. Arizona (31)
30. Denver (29)
29. Buffalo (30)

28. San Francisco (25)
27. St. Louis (28)
26. Seattle (27)
25. Cincinnati (20)
24. Detroit (24)
23. Minnesota (19)

22. Dallas (26)
21. Washington (21)
20. Oakland (17)

19. Houston (18)
18. Jacksonville (22)
17. Tampa Bay (23)
16. Tennessee (11)
15. Miami (13)
14. Cleveland (15)

13. Chicago (16)

12. Kansas City (13)
11. New York Giants (2)
10. San Diego (12)

9. New York Jets (7)
8. New Orleans (10)

7. Atlanta (8)
6. Pittsburgh (6)
5. New England (5)
4. Baltimore (4)

3. Green Bay (9)

2. Indianapolis (2)

1. Philadelphia (1)

Quarterback Rankings

34. Derek Anderson
33. Matt Moore

32. Alex Smith
31. Shaun Hill
30. Matthew Stafford

29. Kerry Collins
28. Ryan Fitzpatrick
27. Brett Favre
26. Jason Campbell

25. Colt McCoy
24. Matt Cassel
23. Chad Henne
22. Sam Bradford
21. Josh Freeman
20. Mark Sanchez

19. Matt Schaub
18. Carson Palmer
17. Vince Young
16. David Garrard

15. Kyle Orton
14. Jay Cutler
13. Joe Flacco
12. Donovan McNabb
11. Matt Hasselbeck
10. Matt Ryan

9. Eli Manning

8. Ben Roethlisberger
7. Tony Romo
6. Michael Vick
5. Aaron Rodgers

4. Tom Brady
3. Drew Brees
2. Philip Rivers
1. Peyton Manning

Head Coach Rankings

31. Mike Singletary
30. Tom Cable
29. Todd Haley
28. Norv Turner
27. Marvin Lewis
26. Jack Del Rio
25. Ken Whisenhunt
24. Lovie Smith
23. Raheem Morris
22. Eric Mangini
21. Pete Carroll
20. Jason Garrett
19. Josh McDaniels
18. Chan Gailey
17. Jim Caldwell
16. John Fox
15. Mike McCarthy
14. Mike Shanahan
13. Mike Tomlin
12. Gary Kubiak
11. Andy Reid
10. Jim Schwartz
9. Tom Coughlin
8. Rex Ryan
7. Jeff Fisher
6. Steve Spagnuolo
5. Mike "Old Whitey" Smith
4. Tony Sparano
3. John Harbaugh
2. Sean Payton
1. Bill Belichick

Week Twelve Picks

Also like:

COLTS -3 over Chargers
Chiefs -1 over SEAHAWKS

If forced to choose:

Eagles -3.5 over BEARS
Jaguars +7 over GIANTS
LIONS +6.5 over Patriots
Dolphins +3 over RAIDERS
Rams +4 over BRONCOS
BILLS +6 over Steelers
TEXANS -6.5 over Titans
RAVENS -7.5 over Bucs
Niners -1 over CARDINALS
Saints -3.5 over COWBOYS
REDSKINS -1.5 over Vikings
Packers +1.5 over FALCONS
Panthers +10 over BROWNS
Bengals +9 over JETS

Lock season record: 1-0
Really like season record: 2-1
Also like season record: 25-17-1
If forced to choose season record: 56-53-2
All games season record: 84-71-3


Blogger Uncle Chuck said...

It would be nice if you could predict at least one more "lock" before the season is over...

10:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love lists like this, because then the peanut gallery gets to nit pick at them.

For instance, in your coaching rankings I think Gary Kubiak and Josh McDaniels are ranked WAY too high. Kubiak is a horrendous coach. At least ten coaches you have ranked behind him are better. I think he is one of the worst five coaches in the league. With McDaniels it is hard to say if it is because he is such a bad coach or the personnel moves have been so bad since he got there, but he is very questionable. If I were an owner, I would never hire a Belichek assistant as my head coach. Belichek does everything for the Patriots (he doesn't have an offensive or a defensive coordinator this year) and his assistants are little more than glorified towel holders. And Mike Singletary should be ranked #846 on this list.

As for QBs, Tony Romo is ranked much too high. He (like a rich man's Jay Cutler) is a great fantasy QB, but a mediocre to bad real world QB. McNabb is probably ranked too high as well, at least if he doesn't get back to a West Coast offense.

Good lists.

The Brute

10:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For so many reasons your QB list is awful. Any QB list that doesn't have Manning and Brady 1 and 2 is crap.

10:27 PM  
Anonymous SamEBucs said...

Woo Bucs into the top 20!!!!!!!

1:48 AM  
Blogger Jeremiah said...

Did I miss something or did you rank a team that's 6-4 as the #2 team in the NFL? QBs can't do it all, even if they are Payton Manning. They have too many injuries and a poor defense When you lock onto something, you are more stubborn than my bulldog at letting it go.

Also, New England has defeated 2 of the teams ahead of them in the top 5.

10:19 AM  
Blogger GnightMoon said...

Locks are locks for a reason. Unlikely another one will appear. There hasn't even been a "really like" since September.

McDaniels & Kubiak were the two hardest to rate, because they have great strengths and weaknesses. Kubiak might be the most brilliant offensive mind in the world. He's made Matt Schaub and Arian Foster into superstars. The Texans almost always score a bunch of points, and I'm not convinced they're all that talented on offense. Should Kubiak be blamed for an annually inept defense?

McD's personnel decisions have been even more disastrous than his predecessor's (also a brilliant offensive mind and not much else). However, McD is a flawless game manager and runs an offense that's very hard to defend.

11:55 AM  
Blogger GambleGambel said...

Reggie Wayne doesnt make top 77?

11:45 AM  
Blogger GambleGambel said...

Reggie Wayne doesnt make top 77?

11:46 AM  

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