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TMFL (S1): Power Rankings

Discussion in 'TMFL' started by JerzeyReign, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. JerzeyReign

    JerzeyReign #BeatOhio

    Oct 26, 2009
    TMFL (S1): Power Rankings

    TMFL Season 1 (Week 1-Week4)


    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
    Team ​
    Record ​
    [​IMG] 0-0 The defending Super Bowl champs have almost every member back from that potent team. With Brees under center and the WR corp getting healthy a return to the SB would not be a shock to anyone. Who DAT? Two DAT? Only time will tell.
    [​IMG] 0-0 With one of the best QBs to ever play running the show the Colts will once again be eyeing a title when its all said and done. Losers of last year's SB the Colts will need to find a running game if they hope to return for a shot.
    [​IMG] 0-0 Is Anquan Boldin the missing piece? The Baltimore Ravens think so. With a dominant run game and now a weapon for Flacco to throw to this Ravens team will be dangerous. But will the aging defense be able to keep up?
    [​IMG] 0-0 The J-E-T-S are loaded. With newly acquired RB Tomilson punishing defenses Mark Sanchez maybe able to break thru the wall he hit last season. If D.Revis continues to hold out the Jets defense may have a glaring hole in it that alot of pass happy teams in the AFC may pick on.
    [​IMG] 0-0 Will number 4 return? That is the only question the Vikings need answered. With him and they will challenge NO for the NFC, without him they will fight for a wildcard spot.
    [​IMG] 0-0 Aaron Rodgers. The kid is holding up his end of the bargain filling in for that QB who left seasons ago. The Pack may have to beat their former hero to be taken serious. Will Rodgers dominate his former mentor (if he returns)?
    [​IMG] 0-0 The expectations are high for this Dallas team. Romo is a fan favorite and all the pieces seem to be in place. It may take until playoff time before we consider this team a threat as Tony Romo is just plain horrendous in the playoffs.
    [​IMG] 0-0 Is the rest of the AFC finally catching up to NE? Tom Brady doesn't think so but if the pass happy Pats don't find a rushing game this year they'll be on the couch come playoff time.
    [​IMG] 0-0 With the addition of Terrel Owens this Cincy offense went from decent to good in a hurry. But with two of the game's biggest egos on the same field, will sharing the ball become an issue? Get your popcorn ready.
    [​IMG] 0-0 With the loss of their biggest star/distraction the SD team says their prepared. Going into their first game without LT this team officially belongs to Phillip Rivers. Without the "Dark Shield" watching over him, will Rivers be able to erase all the playoff failures this franchise has had to endure?
    [​IMG] 0-0 With their starting QB going through legal troubles and losing their SB MVP receiver, will the distractions be too much for the Steelers to overlook?
    [​IMG] 0-0 Matt Ryan hit a wall last season and so did the entire Falcons team. Will he rebound or was his rookie season a fluke?
    [​IMG] 0-0 Eli Manning has been rated among the elite since his SB victory in 2007. The Giants haven't even eyed that mountain since. Is this the year Eli solidifies his right to be mentioned with the league's elite quarterbacks?
    [​IMG] 0-0 McNabb out. Westbrook out. Insert Kolb and McCoy. Will these two young guns be able to fill the enormous shoes McNabb and Westbrook left behind?
    [​IMG] 0-0 Singletary has breathed life into this once proud franchise. With no real leader on offense the burden is all on Alex Smith. Can he reverse his misfortunes or will he continue down "Draft Bust" highway?
    [​IMG] 0-0 The offense moves pretty well with gimmicks but when will the offense move with a traditional style. Chad Henne hopes to become the second best Michigan quarterback in the league shortly. I don't expect them to go deep into the playoffs but getting their shouldn't be an issue.
    [​IMG] 0-0 With future HOF'r Kurt Warner gone the ball is now in Matt Leinart's hands. Is this former Heisman winner ready?
    [​IMG] 0-0 The Denver Broncos looked like sure bet playoff teams thru the first 7 weeks of the season last year. Then the rest of the league dug in their shit. Can Tim "Jesus" Tebow save this franchise or was he brought in to sell tickets?
    [​IMG] 0-0 The Texans are getting close. With two of the teams in the division trying to regroup this may be their chance to make a run at the Colts for the division crown. Only concern: Can they play well enough thru a full 16 game schedule?
    [​IMG] 0-0 Chicago has found out they need more than Cutler to succeed. They are a middle of a pack team until they find some receivers and add some playmakers behind Urlacher.
    [​IMG] 0-0 The resurgence of Vince Young and the legs of Chris Johnson may run this Titan team to a playoff berth. But Young will need to continue to improve as a passer once teams start to stack the line.
    [​IMG] 0-0 A new head coach. A new (but old) quarterback. Same ol' Washington. Even with the addition of Donovan McNabb the Washington Redskins don't seem like they will become more than an 8-8 team. McNabb is used to not having any WRs around him but Philly's offense fit his ability. Will Shanahan adjust his offense to McNabb?
    [​IMG] 0-0 The Panthers are in shambles. With their longtime starter Jake Delhomme gone the offense will be turned over to rookie Jimmy Clausen. He has the talent around him to succeed but I don't think the young man is ready yet.
    [​IMG] 0-0 The 12th Man cannot help these Seahawks. With no running game and a quarterback that most fans want gone, the 'Hawks will struggle this year.
    [​IMG] 0-0 Garrard is a great backup QB. So what is he doing starting for the Jags?
    [​IMG] 0-0 Jason Campbell has been appointed the saving grace. Will he come thru or will the Raiders continue to fail?
    [​IMG] 0-0 Cassel was a bust. Bowe is not a number one. KC needs to scrap their current plan and start the rebuilding process over.
    [​IMG] 0-0 Jake Delhomme? No Brady Quinn? Someone tell the Clevland front office this was not a good move. The DogPound will be barking this year, not in a good way.
    [​IMG] 0-0 Josh Freeman will be better this year. With the Bucs struggling in other areas this team is still a season or two away from being threats.
    [​IMG] 0-0 I don't expect the Lions to be down here long. With Stafford and Johnson developing a relationship (No Homo) the Lions may play spoiler to alot teams this year.
    [​IMG] 0-0 A smart man will evaluate players this year and prepare for the draft.
    [​IMG] 0-0 See Buffalo
  2. JerzeyReign

    JerzeyReign #BeatOhio

    Oct 26, 2009
    Feel free to chat in here
  3. Matrix Monkey

    Matrix Monkey Walk On

    Apr 7, 2009
    Well, thats the highest ranking I'll have all year. =]
  4. Randiesel75

    Randiesel75 Walk On

    Aug 11, 2010
    For the Bucs, I think your spot on! Give Freeman some time. Great arm, accuracy needs some serious work.
  5. babydemon90

    babydemon90 Walk On

    Jul 7, 2010
    ha, yea, cannot rate Det any higher with that secondary. Best and CJ should be exciting, but I don't see myself stopping anyone on defense.
  6. ChickenOfTheSea

    ChickenOfTheSea TMFL Goat Herder

    Jul 24, 2009
    Seahawks expect to contend for the Top pick in the draft, so get ready to move us down : )
  7. Keller

    Keller The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

    Apr 14, 2010
    The Bills are 3-0.

    Should we probably be throwing the season to get more talent? Yes.

    Would we ever do that? No.

    "You play to win the game."
  8. JerzeyReign

    JerzeyReign #BeatOhio

    Oct 26, 2009
    Don't worry you'll move up a spot or two;)

    This will be updated following Week 4... gives some time for a little seperation of the teams

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