Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Week 4 NFL Rankings

Week four of the NFL season certainly was an "upsetting" one, if you get my drift... five teams in last week's top 10 lost and another (the Titans) didn't play. The Patriots, Cowboys, Colts, and the surprising Brett Favre-led Green Bay Packers (and congrats to Brett for breaking Dan Marino's record of 420 TD passes) remain the only teams that to maintain an unblemished record...

The upset of the week had to be in Atlanta, where the last ranked Falcons stunned the #7 ranked Houston Texans by a 26-16 score. The abysmal St. Louis Rams take over the bottom slot this week after a 35-7 drubbing at the hands of Tony Romo and the Cowboys. Brady to Moss - that combo sure is impressive, isn't it??? It's going to take a lot for anyone to beat the Pats this year - they're easily the most balanced team at this point, and murmurs are starting to already be heard from the 1973 Miami Dolphins... Four 20+ point victories to begin the season? That's almost unheard of!

Without further ado, here are this week's rankings with last weeks rank in (). Record is only one consideration. I also take into account strength of schedule, strength of victory (or loss) and other intangibles…

1.(1) New England Patriots (4-0)
2.(2) Dallas Cowboys (4-0)
3.(3) Indianapolis Colts (4-0)
4.(6) Green Bay Packers (4-0)
5.(4) Pittsburgh Steelers (3-1)
6.(10) Tennessee Titans (2-1)
7.(14) Seattle Seahawks (3-1)
8.(11) Washington Redskins (2-1)
9.(16) Arizona Cardinals (2-2)
10.(5) Baltimore Ravens (2-2)
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11.(13) Jacksonville Jaguars (2-1)
12.(18) New York Giants (2-2)
13.(20) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-1)
14.(7) Houston Texans (2-2)
15.(12) Philadelphia Eagles (1-3)
16.(8) San Diego Chargers (1-3)
17.(25) Oakland Raiders (2-2)
18.(22) Detroit Lions (3-1)
19.(24) Cleveland Browns (2-2)
20.(9) Chicago Bears (1-3)
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21.(27) Kansas City Chiefs (2-2)
22.(15) Cincinnati Bengals (1-3)
23.(17) San Francisco 49ers (2-2)
24.(19) Carolina Panthers (2-2)
25.(23) New Orleans Saints (0-3)
26.(21) Denver Broncos (2-2)
27.(32) Atlanta Falcons (1-3)
28.(26) Minnesota Vikings (1-3)
29.(31) Buffalo Bills (1-3)
30.(28) New York Jets (1-3)
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31.(30) Miami Dolphins (0-4)
32.(29) St. Louis Rams (0-4)
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1 comment:

lil jimmy said...

Go Cowboys. Cmon Tony Romo. Do it for your girl Carrie Underwood this week.


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