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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

MUD FREE SPORTS NFL POWER RANKINGS WEEK #8


10. Washington Redskins - Joe Gibbs has this team playing well and we will see if they have what it takes to take down the mighty Patriots on Sunday. It will be a good taste of what lies ahead for this team.
9. San Diego Chargers - They didn't play last week, and this week the Malibu fires have forced them out of San Diego and into Phoenix for practices. As long as they don't get distracted by evacuations and site changes, they should move up this list quite nicely.
8. Pittsburgh Steelers - Inconsistent! They have the makings of a great team, but when you turn the ball over, you are going to lose. Maybe if they only played at Heinz field they would be unbeaten. They should have an easy time the next 6 games as long as they play well. Looming on the horizon is a December 9th date with the Patriots.
7. Jacksonville Jaguars - True, they lost to the Colts on Monday Night. But their only other loss was to the Titans in week #1. Their QB David Garrard is out for two weeks, but they should hang in against Tampa Bay and New Orleans
6. Tennessee Titans - Even with Vince Young on the bench they find a way to win. Kerry Collins is playing well and when Vince Young comes back, they should be even better.
5. NY Giants - They seem to playing like a, here's a concept, team. You don't hear about players complaining and causing issues like in years past. Was Tiki Barber the problem?
4. Green Bay Packers - The Packers concern me the more I look at the numbers. They are 32nd in the league in rushing. Brett Favre will take the team only so far. They need to find a running game or have a tuff second half to the season.
3. Dallas Cowboys - A nice impressive win against the Vikings on Sunday was a good bounce back game after the loss to New England. They are easily the top team in the NFC, for now.
2. Indianapolis Colts - With a methodic win over the Jaguars on Monday Night, they let the football world know that there is more than one unbeaten in the NFL. Will they look past the Panthers this Sunday?
1. New England Patriots - Here we are. A game against Washington and then a game against the Colts. Anyone going to watch that game?? Better yet, is anyone going to watch either of the other two games on at the same time.

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