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Shogun
09-09-2010, 01:25 AM
I only pulled two, Fox sports and ESPN, but the top 10 is quite different.

FOXSPORTS
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1. Saints
2. Indy
3. Bengals
4. Jets
5. Cowboys
6. Packers
7. Steelers
8. Vikings
9. Chargers
10. Ravens
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ESPN
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1. Colts
2. Saints
3. Packers
4. Cowboys
5. Vikings
6. Ravens
7. Falcons
8. Chargers
9. Jets
10. Patriots



I dont know, But I was thinking That NO, Indy, GB, Jets, Vikings Imo are a good top 5. But Then Fox threw the Bengals #3 and got me all sorts of fucking confused. I haven't really followed them much in the offseason, know they picked up T.O, and thats about it. I see no reason to rank them that high, And then ESPN has them at #13. I know rankings dont really mean much because its more what a team does in the season that dictates that spot, and Im sure they will change week to week. But come on. Are the Bengals REALLY worthy of #3?

KCrockaholic
09-09-2010, 01:28 AM
They are both F'ed up. New Orleans is better than Indy.

But Cincy is not 3rd. I'd put GB at 3rd. Baltimore at 4th. Vikings 5th.

Shogun
09-09-2010, 02:19 AM
They are both F'ed up. New Orleans is better than Indy.

But Cincy is not 3rd. I'd put GB at 3rd. Baltimore at 4th. Vikings 5th.

I agree with that 100%

HoneyBadger
09-09-2010, 02:26 AM
The Falcons probably shouldn't be top 10 either.

Sofa King
09-09-2010, 09:26 AM
Chiefs not at #1? List is flawed.....

boogblaster
09-09-2010, 09:28 AM
ranking before the season starts is retarted

Otter
09-09-2010, 09:29 AM
I agree with the Fox Sports list more

Chiefnj2
09-09-2010, 09:49 AM
1. NO
2. Indy
3. GB

Then you have a host of problems. Min - Favre ankle injuries, WR injuries. Balt - banged up secondary. Dallas - can't move the ball in preseason. Pitt - Rapeberger out 4 games. Jets - Sanchez looking unsteady, running game may take a step back.

-King-
09-09-2010, 10:10 AM
1. NO
2. Indy
3. GB

Then you have a host of problems. Min - Favre ankle injuries, WR injuries. Balt - banged up secondary. Dallas - can't move the ball in preseason. Pitt - Rapeberger out 4 games. Jets - Sanchez looking unsteady, running game may take a step back.

Indy offense = GB offense


But the GB defense is much better so I think GB is better overall.

rambleonthruthefog
09-09-2010, 10:49 AM
unless your a college football fan and its the BCS rankings, who gives a F about any list or rankings? they mean absolutely nothing.

Shogun
09-09-2010, 02:52 PM
unless your a college football fan and its the BCS rankings, who gives a F about any list or rankings? they mean absolutely nothing.

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JD10367
09-09-2010, 04:05 PM
Jets are ranked way too high. They were a 7-7 team that had Indy and Cincy lie down for them, and now with a few offseason additions they're everyone's darlings. I need to see Dirty Sanchez play better with less INTs, and the Jets run the ball without Thomas Jones, and Revis not be rusty or complacent. And IMO the Jets have the entirely wrong attitude; they're way too high on themselves. Can't wait for Baltimore to knock the shit out of them on Monday night football (although, since the Pats play them the next week, it might be better for us if they blow the Ravens out and go into Week Two nice and cocky).

Cowboys are also ranked too high. I give more weight to what you've done, then what you might do. Paper tigers are just that.

Gonzo
09-09-2010, 04:47 PM
ESPN
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1. Colts
2. Saints
3. Packers
4. Cowboys
5. Vikings
6. Ravens
7. Falcons
8. Chargers
9. Jets
10. Patriots



1. NO
2. Colts
3. Ravens
4. Packers
5. Patriots
6. Vikings
7. Chargers
8. Texans
9. Falcons
10. Cowboys

IMO