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  • ClanRam Power Rankings: Week 17

    Here's the final installment, not much changed from last week, comment away...

    1. St. Louis Rams (14-2) 1 Far and away the best team in the league, but they can only beat themselves from here on out. All domes too...

    2. Bears (13-3) 2 Put a whooping on Jags and looking hungry for playoffs...

    3. Steelers (13-3) 4 Beat up on other Ohio team, #1 seed in AFC.

    4. Packers (12-4) 3 And the Oscar goes to.....NOT Brett Favre!

    5. ***** (12-4) 5 Put a pimp-slapping on the aint's

    6. Patriots (11-5) 6 Put a smack down in front of about 498 pats' fans and both panthers fans

    7. Dolphins (11-5) 9 Happy to get defending champs instead of pesky Jets.

    8. Eagles (11-5) 8 Scrubs looked pretty good, but it didn't really matter

    9. Ravens (10-6) 11 Still not looking like champs, is Elvis still in the building?

    10. Jets (10-6) 12 Jets have to make a return trip to the Black Hole...

    11. Raiders (10-6) 10 Could a team make the playoffs with any LESS momentum?

    12. Seahawks (9-7) 14 Trent keeps winning, but didn't get the help they needed.

    13. Buccaneers (9-7) 7 Scrubs lost to Philly's scrubs, will the 40 degree streak continue? yes, definitely.

    14. Redskins (8-8) 15 0-5 then 8-3, oh what could have been...Snyder is still making a big mess

    15. Broncos (8-8) 13 Also very disappointing year, will shanahan leave?

    16. Browns (7-9) 16 Continuing to improve, look for strong showing next season.

    17. Giants (7-9) 18 Mike gets his record, but Jint's still lost

    18. Cardinals (7-9) 17 Just when you get your hopes up, they drop another one

    19. Falcons (7-9) 19 Stayed close with STL, but eventually got the blowout.....Vick or Chandler???

    20. Titans (7-9) 20 Lose in last seconds to Cincy, a VERY disappointing season.

    21. Chiefs (6-10) 21 Give Seattle the win, still not the Rams-West, again, watch the offseason.

    22. Jaguars (6-10) 22 Beat up in Chi-town, should be a rocky and hopefully fruitful offseason.

    23. Saints (7-9) 23 Talk about rolling over and BEING dead, jeez

    24. Colts (6-10) 27 Emotional Mora wants to return, but will he? Nope

    25. Bengals (6-10) 25 FG wins it at the end, will the futility continue next season? I think so...

    26. Chargers (5-11) 26 Looked about as good as they have all season...they were off by the way

    27. Cowboys (5-11) 24 After big game last week, fall to lowly lions...

    28. Vikings (5-11) 28 Had some nice goal line stands but still couldn't do long and good luck CC.

    29. Bills (3-13) 29 Let the Rebuilding continue...Van Pelt new contract, is RJ out? Let's hope so...

    30. Lions (2-14) 31 Won final game in Silverdome, can it continue to next year?

    31. Panthers (1-15) 30 Coach gone, about 500 people showed for final game
    Last edited by ; -01-08-2002, 06:29 PM.

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  • DJRamFan
    ClanRam Power Rankings: Week 16
    by DJRamFan
    OK, here's this week's installment, comment away...

    1. St. Louis Rams (13-2) 1 Decimating Colts, NFC West Champs

    2. Bears (12-3) 4 Shutout Detroit, still waiting for the division

    3. Packers (11-4) 5 Beat Vikes, still need Bears to lose for division

    4. Steelers (12-3) 2 Lost to Bungles, but still have home-field

    5. ***** (11-4) 3 Lost to Cowgirls, no monkey business from T.O.

    6. Patriots (10-5) 6 Week off, still looking tough

    7. Buccaneers (9-6) 7 Whooped champs pretty good

    8. Eagles (10-5) 9 FINALLY won division, but had a good fight

    9. Dolphins (10-5) 12 made playoffs with win over Atlanta

    10. Raiders (10-5) 8 Continue to slide with lose to rival Denver

    11. Ravens (9-6) 10 Lose to Bucs, but were Wild Card last year too

    12. Jets (9-6) 11 Lost close won to Buffalo - Bad pass at end

    13. Broncos (8-7) 16 Beat division rival oakland, hovering around mediocrity

    14. Seahawks (8-7) 17 Continue their own mediocrity

    15. Redskins (7-8) 21 Demolished New Orleans in prime time

    16. Browns (7-8) 22 Won barnburner against Titans

    17. Cardinals (7-8) 19 Beat up lowly panthers

    18. Giants (7-8) 14 Lost Close one to eagles, season of disappointment continues

    19. Falcons (7-8) 15 Vick looked well in lose to 'phins

    20. Titans (7-8) 13 Scored a lot, but still lost

    21. Chiefs (6-9) 23 INTs continue in 6th win..

    22. Jaguars (6-9) 18 Another loss, disappointment continues

    23. Saints (7-8) 20 Were creamed by washington

    24. Cowboys (5-10) 27 Shut out Owens in a good game by Galloway

    25. Bengals (5-10) 28 Beat the Steelers, yah, wow, they still suck

    26. Chargers (5-11) 26 SOOO close, but now looking for new coach.

    27. Colts (5-10) 24 Looked good in beginning, but Defense again blew it.

    28. Vikings (5-10) 25 Carter can't wait to get out

    29. Bills (3-12) 29 Enjoying Spoiler role

    30. Panthers (1-14) 30 Blown out and he STILL wants to come back

    31. Lions (1-14) 31 lost chi (so)
    -01-02-2002, 05:15 PM
  • DJRamFan
    ClanRam Power Rankings
    by DJRamFan
    Ok folks, i'm doing it on here instead since i don't know HTML, plus this way it's easier for everyone to respond...(Italics are last week's ranking)

    1. St. Louis Rams (12-2) 1 Squeaked out close one against hapless panthers

    2. Steelers (12-2) 2 Continues to dominate minus the Bus

    3. ***** (11-3) 3 Dominated Eagles, Defense wasn't too bad either

    4. Bears (11-3) 4 Urlacher is lined up in the slot...oh wait...

    5. Packers (10-4) 8 Put a smackdown on Cleveland in the rioting in cheese country

    6. Patriots (10-5) 7 Clinched Playoff Berth as they hounded the 'fins

    7. Buccaneers (8-6) 13 Buc-Ball: Play like hell to save coach

    8. Raiders (10-4) 5 One time SB team now plummetting

    9. Eagles (9-5) 6 Just need a win to clinch the most disappointing division in NFL

    10. Ravens (9-5) 10 Champs win, but aren't dominating

    11. Jets (9-5) 12 Come from behind against Colts

    12. Dolphins (9-5) 9 Scored 3 points in 3 quarters vs. Jets

    13. Titans (7-7) 15 Got LUCKY against Raiders and Sebastian

    14. Giants (7-7) 17 Came from behind and is still in playoff hunt...HA!

    15. Falcons (7-7) 23 Should have lost to Bills but sick Chandler pulled it off

    16. Broncos (7-7) 16 Took the week off...

    17. Seahawks (7-7) 11 Couldn't hold onto it in Jersey

    18. Jaguars (6-8) 20 Whooped on Vikes in the Twin Cities

    19. Cardinals (6-8) 22 Beat arch-rival Cowboys, both fans were happy

    20. Saints (7-7) 14 Were EMBARRASSED in Tampa Bay

    21. Redskins (6-8) 19 Couldn't get it done at home vs. Bears

    22. Browns (6-8) 21 Demolished in wake of Bottle-gate

    23. Chiefs (5-9) 24 Won nailbiter against Chargers

    24. Colts (5-9) 18 They continue to slide, Peyton is looking better, but big offseason coming

    25. Vikings (5-9) 25 Will be rebuilding for a while, so long Cris

    26. Chargers (5-10) 26 Flutie Magic is all worn out, been to Canada recently, eh?

    27. Cowboys (4-10) 28 yawn, still suck

    28. Bengals (4-10) 27 Fighting on sidelines between a coupla losers

    29. Bills (2-12) 29 SOOOO CLOSE! Doing better without Rob though.

    30. Panthers (1-13) 31 Held on with Greatest Show, why would george come back?

    31. Lions (1-13) 30 Somebody forget to tell them they have to play even after they win?
    -12-25-2001, 05:46 PM
  • Bruce=GOAT
    More power rankings:
    by Bruce=GOAT
    Current Team Previous
    1 Chargers · Trends 1
    They didn't play well at Seattle yet found a way to win. That's the sign of a really good team. Philip Rivers is in a bit of a slump, though.
    2 Ravens · Trends 2
    That defense will make them a tough matchup in the playoffs. But the real key will be Steve McNair's passing, which is something this team hasn't had.
    3 Bears · Trends 3
    That was essentially a preseason game they played against the Lions, and they still won. This week, they should rest up for the playoffs.
    4 Colts · Trends 4
    With that run defense, they don't stand a chance of winning a Super Bowl. But maybe it can be fixed. They made Ron Dayne look like the Wisconsin Ron Dayne.
    5 Patriots · Trends 5
    Tom Brady will make this team dangerous come playoff time, no matter who he's throwing to at receiver. Getting guys like Rodney Harrison back is important to a run.
    6 Saints · Trends 6
    Sean Payton isn't afraid to take chances, which is why this team is plowing to the playoffs. The defense had a heck of a day in New York on Sunday.
    7 Eagles · Trends 8
    Lost in all the Jeff Garcia hype is how well the defense is suddenly playing. The secondary has really stepped it up.
    8 Broncos · Trends 10
    Jay Cutler has improved the offense, and that will be key in the playoffs. But that's a different level of intensity.
    9 Cowboys · Trends 7
    They're in the playoffs, but they're really struggling on defense. That won't win come playoff time.
    10 Bengals · Trends 9
    Despite the botched snap Sunday, if they beat the Steelers this week and get help they could still make the playoffs. That won't be easy against a rival.
    11 Jets · Trends 13
    This team is one victory away from a playoff berth. That is simply mind-boggling. Eric Mangini has done a heck of a job.
    12 Chiefs · Trends 15
    This team had a playoff look six weeks ago, but had some tough losses. They need more playmakers outside on offense.
    13 Jaguars · Trends 11
    Their destiny is no longer in their hands. That means they need to beat the Chiefs and get help -- lots of it.
    14 Titans · Trends 17
    Can you believe this team started 0-5? Jeff Fisher has worked miracles with this group. With a little luck, this can be a playoff team. That's amazing.
    15 Giants · Trends 14
    This thing is in the tank. But despite the awful play -- and there has been plenty of it -- they can still be a playoff team. If not, what does the future hold for Tom Coughlin?
    16 Seahawks · Trends 12
    They're in the playoffs, but they're not playing well. They could be a one-and-done in the playoffs.
    17 Falcons · Trends 16
    So now the quarterback is complaining about the coach? What a mess. And yet they can still make the playoffs. Wow.
    18 Steelers · Trends 19
    The quest to...
    -12-28-2006, 04:56 PM
  • ramsanddodgers
    PFT Week Six power rankings
    by ramsanddodgers
    Almost enough to make one feel warm and fuzzy while at the same time having greater expectations >8)...
    -10-19-2010, 07:52 AM
  • Nick
    Nick's 2012 NFL Power Rankings - Week 4
    by Nick
    The curse is lifted!

    Atlanta, my top team heading into Week Four, was the first to defy my Power Ranking logic and retain the top spot, although it took two fourth-quarter field goals to regain that lead in order to come out victorious. In fact, my Top Three remained unchanged as both Houston and Baltimore won their contests, and the Giants loss allowed the resurgent ***** to sneak up a spot.

    The Bears are back in the Top Ten after an impressive win against a Dallas team who falls to 12th, perhaps still too high given Tony Romo’s poor showing. The Vikings are continuing their upswing, having defeated the Lions by a touchdown and looking for most of the game as if they were in control. Detroit, once on the verge of breaking into the Top Ten of my rankings at the beginning of the season, are close to falling out of the Top 20.

    And speaking of the Top 20, the Rams’ win against the Seahawks has vaulted them into the bottom spot of that sub-group, and a win against a Top Five Cardinals team could cause them to rise even further.


    Rank -- Team – Last Week’s Ranking

    1. Atlanta Falcons (1)
    -Close game against a tough division rival, but they got the job done.

    2. Houston Texans (2)
    -In hindsight, Danieal Manning’s pick six was probably the beginning of the end of this game for Tennessee.

    3. Baltimore Ravens (3)
    -Cleveland may have given Baltimore a bit more than they bargained for, but they didn’t falter.

    4. San Francisco ***** (5)
    -245 yards on the ground by the *****. They were looking to punch somebody in the face.

    5. Arizona Cardinals (8)
    -Miami was geared for the upset, but give the Cardinals credit for fighting for this win.

    6. Green Bay Packers (7)
    -Green Bay gets back to .500 with a one point victory over the Saints.

    7. New England Patriots (9)
    -52 points? Did New England switch to the Big XII conference this weekend?

    8. New York Giants (4)
    -Tough loss to a division rival that has been on the ropes in recent weeks.

    9. Chicago Bears (11)
    -The Bears are definitely for real this season. Just ask Tony Romo.

    10. Philadelphia Eagles (12)
    -This was a nice one to put in the win column, but the Eagles didn’t look good doing it.

    11. San Diego Chargers (13)
    -Philip Rivers is getting it done without the help of free agent acquisition Robert Meachem.

    12. Dallas Cowboys (6)
    -What a stinker.

    13. Cincinnati Bengals (15)
    -Combine Pittsburgh’s bye with Cincy’s win, and there’s a new #2 team in the AFC North.

    14. Pittsburgh Steelers (14)
    -Bye week.

    15. Denver Broncos (19)
    -Peyton Manning was nearly flawless against the Raiders, putting up 338...
    -10-05-2012, 06:34 AM