Week three for the NFL saw true colors come out for some teams, both for winners and losers. Here are my rankings for week four.
32. Cleveland Browns – When do the paper bags start coming out?
31. Buffalo Bills – CJ Spiller is for real. See ya Trent Edwards!
30. Carolina Panthers – How does this team not score more with the RB’s they have?
29. Detroit Lions – Close against Chicago and Philly. Minnesota always tough for Lions.
28. Tampa Bay Bucs – 2-0 was just a mirage. You just got whipped by 32 at home.
27. San Francisco 49ers – The NFL’s most dysfunctional team
26. Oakland Raiders – A kick away from 2-1. Actually, make that three kicks.
25. Washington Redskins – Gave up big lead at home to Houston, then lose to St. Louis. Not good at all.
24. Denver Broncos – Jury still out for me on the Broncos.
23. Jacksonville Jaguars – Two straight blowouts and the answer is to claim Trent Edwards off waivers? WOW!
22. New York Giants – There might be a coup against Tom Coughlin before the season is over.
21. St. Louis Rams – St. Louis just mere points away from being 3-0. Improving nicely.
20. Minnesota Vikings – A win is a win. Favre still doesn’t look right though.
19. Arizona Cardinals – Still trying to figure this team out. At least they are 2-1.
18. San Diego Chargers – Not very good special teams. Offense is doing well though without Ryan Mathews and Vincent Jackson.
17.Seattle Seahawks – Surprisingly 2-1. They may make the NFC West a race after all.
16. Miami Dolphins – Tough loss at home to Jets. Brandon Marshall paying dividends though.
15. Tennessee Titans – Nice rebound from loss at home with a whipping of the Giants.
14. Kansas City Chiefs – Just can’t rank them higher yet. 3-0 is 3 more wins than I thought they would have right now.
13. Dallas Cowboys – Looked much like the Cowboys everyone was expecting to see last Sunday in Houston.
12. Baltimore Ravens – Anquan Boldin has arrived.
11. Philadelphia Eagles – Michael Vick might be the story of the year by the time it’s all said and done.
10. Cincinnati Bengals – They are 2-1. Not sure what they have yet.
9. New England Patriots – Offense scoring as much as always. Defense has regressed a bit.
8. New York Jets – After a disaster of a game in week one, Jets have rebounded nicely last two weeks.
7. Green Bay Packers – Too many penalties and turnovers against the Bears.
6. Chicago Bears – Not ready to call them for real yet, but nice win at home over Green Bay!
5. Houston Texans – Disappointing show against the Cowboys.
4. Atlanta Falcons – I didn’t believe much in them after week one. Week two much better. Now, a great win in New Orleans.
3. New Orleans Saints – Garrett Hartley on the hot seat. Offense still not running on all cylinders.
2. Indianapolis Colts – Peyton Manning is being Peyton Manning. Status quo in Indy.
1. Pittsburgh Steelers – Three starting quarterbacks. Three outstanding wins.
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