CaliforniaFalcon Posted October 11, 2008 Share Posted October 11, 2008 Who ranks for these idiots? I'm not just laughing at the Atlanta rank but also all across the board. They got the top 2 and the bottom 2 right maybe but thats about it.lmao & this1. (1) New York Giants - Starting to look unbeatable. Sort of like their Super Bowl foe last season.2. (2) Tennessee Titans - Kerry Collins is 4-0 as a starter (gulp).3. (4) Dallas Cowboys - You can take Pacman out of the bathroom but you can’t take the …4. (5) Pittsburgh Steelers - Banged-up and battered but just once-beaten.5. (7) Washington Redskins - Back-to-back division road wins and Rams coming to town. Letdown, anyone?6. (9) Carolina Panthers - OK, it was against the Chiefs, but shutouts in the NFL are like traveling calls in the NBA: almost extinct.7. (11) New England Patriots - Matt Cassel finally discovered one of Tom Brady’s secrets: Throw long to Randy Moss and good things happen.8. (6) Buffalo Bills - Good time for bye after both team and QB got bells rung.9. (10) Indianapolis Colts - Peyton Manning & Co. should send the Texans a fruit basket and a seventh-round pick for saving their season.10. (8) Philadelphia Eagles - McNabb’s embarrassed, Westbrook’s hurt and Andy Reid is stuck in the red zone.11. (3) San Diego Chargers - Slow starters or just soft phonies? Or c) both of the above?12. (13) Denver Broncos - Jay Cutler says he has stronger arm than John Elway. Must be something in that thin air.13. (12) Jacksonville Jaguars - Not easy being a Jags fan: All five games have been decided by touchdown or less.14. (14) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jeff Garcia about to reclaim job because he’s moving around like he’s still 37.15. (17) Minnesota Vikings - Comeback win on Monday night and Lions coming to town. Life suddenly is good.16. (18) Chicago Bears - Kyle Orton making Rex Grossman a distant memory.17. (22) Arizona Cardinals - If they throw at Pacman, wonder how fast he will throw back.18. (15) New Orleans Saints - Injuries, and losses, continue to pile up.19. (25) Miami Dolphins - Who’s this Tony Sparano? Once upon a time he coached one of the nation’s highest-scoring teams at tiny Division II school in Connecticut.20. (20) Baltimore Ravens - Defense is back … but offense is farther back.21. (21) New York Jets - Chance to make move with Bengals, Raiders and Chiefs on deck next three weeks.22. (16) Green Bay Packers - The line for the “We Want Brett Back” bandwagon is forming to the left.23. (19) Seattle Seahawks - So much for frequent-flyer miles. Seattle has been outscored, 78-16, in two trips to East Coast.24. (24) Cleveland Browns - Why, you ask, is this team scheduled for five night games?25. (28) Atlanta Falcons - Already have as many home wins as they did all last season.26. (23) San Francisco 49ers - Not taking long for Mike Martz to forget his best weapon is a running back.27. (26) Kansas City Chiefs - The quarterback merry-go-around continues … minus the merry.28. (27) Houston Texans - Sage Rosenfels must’ve watched too many reruns of “The Longest Yard” last Saturday night.29. (29) Oakland Raiders - No news is good news.30. (30) Cincinnati Bengals - Chris Perry cannot hold onto the ball and may not hold onto his job.31. (31) St. Louis Rams - The Trent Green audition lasted one week.32. (32) Detroit Lions - There’s no quit in Rod Marinelli. As for his team … Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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