Friday, October 10, 2008

2008 Power Rankings Week 5

It's been really hard to look at Seahawks news this week. If a game like that doesn't shake your confidence, I don't know what would. At least the economy isn't depressing too...

As expected, the Hawks drop more than any NFL team this week. Interesting to see Washington out of the top 10 still. I'd expect that to be a product of a tough schedule so far, but maybe there is some weakness there not evident to the naked eye. Chicago is another team whose stats suggest something different than the national perspective. They might be better than people are giving them credit for.

















































































































































































































Rank
Team
Team Strength
Change From Last Week
1
NY Giants
23.7
7.70
2
Tennessee
12.2
-2.70
3
Carolina
11.1
7.60
4
Dallas
10.8
0.80
5
Chicago
9.8
5.50
6
Pittsburgh
7.3
0.50
7
Philadelphia
6.7
-3.80
8
Baltimore
6.6
-2.50
9
Buffalo
6.2
-6.20
10
Arizona
4.9
3.70
11
San Diego
4.9
-3.60
12
Tampa Bay
4
-1.40
13
Denver
3.2
-0.20
14
Washington
3
1.10
15
Atlanta
2.5
-0.10
16
New Orleans
1.9
-1.00
17
Miami
1.5
2.70
18
Green Bay
1.1
-0.80
19
NY Jets
0.2
0.00
20
San Francisco
-0.8
-2.70
21
Minnesota
-1.2
0.60
22
New England
-1.5
4.40
23
Jacksonville
-3.6
-1.20
24
Indianapolis
-4.2
2.30
25
Oakland
-5.5
0.00
26
Cincinnati
-10.7
-0.70
27
Cleveland
-11.4
0.00
28
Houston
-12.6
3.40
29
Seattle
-13
-11.20
30
Kansas City
-16.7
-5.90
31
Detroit
-24.5
-2.40
32
St. Louis
-29.7
0.00

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

This is Funballad,
Glad to see ya back. I wasn't nearly as downhearted as others have been. I was expecting a loss just not as bad as that was. Did you see that Justin Forsett is back on our practice squad. Too bad he isn't a cornerback.

Mr Posh said...

We're plummeting quicker than the stock market!

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