JSimms' Power Rankings

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  1. JSimms

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    JSimms' Power Rankings

    As of Week 12:

    # 1 (#1) - New York Giants (10-0)
    Eli Manning leads the league in yardage and TD's as the Giants remain the only unbeaten team left in the league. It will be hard to deny Brandon Trammel NFC ROY honors (52, 1200, 10 TD's.)

    # 2 (#3) - Chicago Bears (9-1)
    The Bears seem to always play tight games, but have found a way to win them all except for a 24-17 loss to the undefeated Giants. Only one team left on their schedule with a winning record...

    # 3 (#4) - PIttsburg Steelers (8-2)
    Willie Parker has his eyes set on the rushing TD record with 23 TD's through 10 games; he's been a workhorse this season.

    # 4 (#2) - New England Patriots (8-2)
    After consecutive losses the the Jets and Bears, the Pats have recovered nicely with wins over the Vikings and Lions in which they scored 110 points in the two games. Brady and Moss are both having another Pro Bowl year as they sit at #2 in yardage for QB's and WR's. Charles Woodson continues to lead the league in interceptions with 9.

    # 5 (#7) - Indianapolis Colts (8-2)
    The Colts have benefited from a relatively easy schedule; losing to two of the three teams they've played with a winning record. That being said, the offense has been dominant, scoring 433 points through 10 games to go along with a very opportunistic defense that has recorded 19 forced fumbles. Robert Mathis leads the league with 16 sacks.

    # 6 (#6) - New Orleans Saints (8-2)
    The Saints have dealt with an injury-prone Reggie Bush and Jeremy Shockey all season long. Key divisional game this week versus the 6-4 Panthers that will more than likely decide the division.

    # 7 (#9) - Baltimore Ravens (7-3)
    The Ravens continue to pound the ball with Jonathan Stewart, who leads the league with 1407 yards to go along with 15 rushing TD's. Stewart and Ray Rice have become the best 1-2 running back combo in the league.

    # 8 (#10) - San Diego Chargers (8-2)
    The defending SB champs have benefited from three simulation wins; their only key wins have both come against their division rival Denver Broncoes. Only true test left on their schedule comes in Week 16 against the Pats.

    # 9 (#5) - Denver Broncos (6-4)
    The Broncoes will need some help if they want to get back into the divisional hunt as the Chargers have a 2 game lead with 6 to play and own the tie-breaker due to sweeping the season series. Jack English to Brandon Marshall could be the best combo in Denver since Elway to Sharpe...

    # 10 (#8) - New York Jets (6-4)
    Jets only losses coming at the hands of the Pats (which they revenged in Week 8,) Bears, and two sim losses. Two of next three games come against teams in the Top 10...
     
  2. Dj391

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    Pats at 2? Wish i played those jets i mean giants haha
     
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    And its charles woodson
     
  4. Dj391

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    Lol giants number 1? I score the most and allow less scoring its ok though fuels me week in and week out
     
  5. HotRod

    HotRod You ain't bout dat life!

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    Hey we didn't make the schedule! J/k that's a good spot for us.
     

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