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    Rams Move Up in ESPN Rankings

    2004 Power Rankings: Week 2
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    1 Patriots 1-0-0 The run defense might be a concern, but we're guessing Belichick and Co. will find a way to work around it.
    2 Eagles 1-0-0 Apparently Donovan McNabb is pretty happy with his new toy at wide receiver.
    3 Seahawks 1-0-0 Losing Shaun Alexander for any time would be a blow to this offense. Maurice Morris is decent, but he's nowhere near Alexander's league.
    4 Titans 1-0-0 Not too many people saw this game, but trust us, Chris Brown is the real deal at RB.
    5 Broncos 1-0-0 That move Quentin Griffin put on Jerome Woods on Sunday night was just flat out sick.
    6 Vikings 1-0-0 Wow. We knew Minnesota's offense was going to be good, but they sure did put on a show Sunday.
    7 Colts 0-1-0 The Colts can talk all they want about the best team not winning Thursday, but the fact remains the same: one team is 1-0 and the other isn't.
    8 Packers 1-0-0 This week's bold prediction: Ahman Green will rush for over 2,000 yards this season.
    9 Chiefs 0-1-0 Looks like the same story as last season. The Chiefs can score with anybody, but the defense is going to be a problem, especially against the good teams.
    10 Jets 1-0-0 Obviously a healthy Chad Pennington helps Curtis Martin, but what we watched Sunday was more than that. Martin looked much more explosive than he was last season.
    11 Rams 1-0-0 We heard it from Rams fans last week about their No. 16 rankings, and maybe it was too low, but they sure weren't all that impressive in Week 1 against the Cardinals.
    12 Redskins 1-0-0 Things went about as well as they could have in Joe Gibbs return to the sideline in D.C.
    13 Panthers 0-1-0 That Steve Smith injury was tough to watch. He really came into his own last season and was poised for even bigger things this year.
    14 Steelers 1-0-0 At his current pace Jerome Bettis is going to carry the ball 80 times for 16 yards and score 48 TDs this year.
    15 Ravens 0-1-0 Teams are going to stack the line against the Ravens and Jamal Lewis all season and if Kyle Boller can't make them pay, the Ravens are going to be in trouble.
    16 Jaguars 1-0-0 Huge win for the Jags. Byron Leftwich might not have played well, but he got the W and that's what QBs are measured by.
    17 Cowboys 0-1-0 The Cowboys aren't going to win too many games when they have to pass the ball 51 times
    18 Bengals 0-1-0 All you Carson Palmer haters out there, if the Bengals stumble this year it's not going to have anything to do with the second-year QB.
    19 Falcons 1-0-0 It wasn't an earth-shattering performance, but a lot of eyes were on Michael Vick and he got the Falcons a win.
    20 Browns 1-0-0 What an effort by the Browns defense. We'll be the first to admit that this one caught us by surprise.
    21 Saints 0-1-0 Looks like it could be the same old story for the Saints. Lots of talent, little results.
    22 Lions 1-0-0 Getting that 24-game road losing streak off their backs was a huge step for this up-and-coming young team. But Charles Rogers' season-ending injury is a big blow.
    23 Raiders 0-1-0 One loss and players are already complaining about substitutions and playing time! We thought they fired Bill Callahan?
    24 Buccaneers 0-1-0 The Bucs looked old and slow on offense, not a good combination.
    25 Bills 0-1-0 Eric Moulds (8 catches) was big in the opener, but the Bills need another receiver to step up.
    26 Dolphins 0-1-0 A.J. or Jay? It really might not matter all that much. The Dolphins aren't going to be that good with either at QB.
    27 Chargers 1-0-0 Apparently Drew Brees isn't ready to just hand the starting job to Philip Rivers.
    28 Bears 0-1-0 Fantasy alert: David Terrell finally looks ready to be a No. 1 receiver for the Bears.
    29 Texans 0-1-0 Losing to the Chargers at home in Week 1 isn't the way to start the season for what's supposed to be an up-and-coming team.
    30 ***** 0-1-0 We've raved about him before in this space, but Julian Peterson is a stud. The guy is just an athletic freak.
    31 Giants 0-1-0 Well, at least Eli Manning got his first big hit out of the way.
    32 Cardinals 0-1-0 The Cardinals might not win much this year, but any team looking past them will be in trouble.

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    Re: Rams Move Up in ESPN Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by Yodude
    11 Rams 1-0-0 We heard it from Rams fans last week about their No. 16 rankings, and maybe it was too low,
    See. From 16th to 11th. Who says fans aren't heard.

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    Re: Rams Move Up in ESPN Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by Bristol
    11 Rams 1-0-0 We heard it from Rams fans last week about their No. 16 rankings, and maybe it was too low, but they sure weren't all that impressive in Week 1 against the Cardinals.
    Keep your opinions and your rankings. You bums are going to feel awful silly when you consistently put the Rams in double digit rankings and yet they still find ways to win week in, week out.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bristol
    32 Cardinals 0-1-0 The Cardinals might not win much this year, but any team looking past them will be in trouble.
    So of course, WHOEVER the Rams beat has to be the worst team in the league, right Berman? right Salisbury?

    Here's a prediction for you...the Cards go 7-9 this year and will garner, from you, a ranking somewhere in the high teens by year end.
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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