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    Offseason Power Rankings-Gridirongab.com

    1. New England Patriots – I know it’s getting cliché since they had the 16 – 0 season but the Pats really stood out this year. Their record breaking season deserves the #1 spot.

    2. Indianapolis Colts – The Colts have done a lot for their defense since their Super Bowl season. A word that best describes the Colts is consistency.

    3. Dallas Cowboys – They were very strong this year, and next year with rookie Felix Jones in the backfield they will be better. Someone needs to step up to help T.O. in the #2 receiver spot.

    4. San Diego Chargers – Very disappointing at the beginning of the season but they had a huge turn around. Behind LT and a healthy Philip Rivers, this team has Super Bowl potential.

    5. Jacksonville Jaguars – A really strong team that is often overlooked. Their roster is stacked and I wouldn’t be surprised if they overtake the Colts this year as AFC South Champions.

    6. New York Giants – Super Bowl Champions yes but they have their problems. Winning 10 road games in a row, 11 if you count them being the road team in the Super Bowl is quite a feat.

    7. Pittsburgh Steelers – An already strong team does well in the draft, to become a Super Bowl potential team. Rashard Mendenhall was a steal and should really make an immediate impact.

    8. Seattle Seahawks – Seattle is a very consistent team that has had a few improvements this offseason. They will be fighting to keep their edge in the NFC West against some teams with potential in the Cardinals and the Rams.

    9. Green Bay Packers – They are a mystery team right now. With Favre gone, will Rodgers be able to fill his shoes? They have the components to be a playoff team, but will it happen?

    10. Cleveland Browns – Behind a great arm in Derek Anderson and great receivers in Edwards and Jurevicius the Browns can go far this year. Look for them as a wild card this year.

    11. Minnesota Vikings – If Adrian Peterson continues being the sensation that he is, all the Vikings need is a decent guy in quarterback and then a playoff run wouldn’t be out of the question.

    12. Washington Redskins – An 8 – 8 record isn’t bad when coupled with an amazing offseason. They really made out in the draft. Behind the pair of rookie WR’s and their new head coach, this team will develop before your eyes this season or the next.

    13. New Orleans Saints – Their defensive upgrades along with their established offense will prove to make the Saints a decent team this season.

    14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Bringing Warrick Dunn back was a very smart move. Look for them to win their division again this season.

    15. Tennessee Titans – Vince Young is good but can he carry the whole offense? Titans are a little shaky.

    16. Philadelphia Eagles – With McNabb healthy, the Eagles will be a considerable threat. They made good moves this offseason and will make the NFC East that much better.

    17. Arizona Cardinals – Defensive and offensive line still need some work but they have a leader in Kurt Warner.

    18. Carolina Panthers – Jake Delhomme is healthy again but will the Panthers’ fate be any different?

    19. Buffalo Bills – Bills are up and coming but I don’t see it being enough for a playoff run this year.

    20. Houston Texans – After a pretty decent start to the 2007 season they died off. It’s hard to compete when your division consists of Indianapolis and Jacksonville.

    21. Denver Broncos – Need a lot of work, although they were second in the AFC West, but that isn’t saying much.

    22. Chicago Bears – Have fallen quite a bit since their Super Bowl run. They really need a consistent QB but will have to put up with Rex Grossman again this season unless Orton steps up.

    23. Cincinnati Bengals – With Chad Johnson out of the picture, Bengals will suffer some. Really they need to accept the trade and get someone to replace him.

    24. Baltimore Ravens – One guy can change it all, Joe Flacco. This team has playoff potential and they have it in them for a 12 or 13 win season.

    25. Oakland Raiders – Darren McFadden should be huge, another Adrian Peterson if you will. JaMarcus Russell is a shaky idea for a starter just yet. They have a mediocre season in them.

    26. St. Louis Rams – Plagued by injuries throughout their lines caused the horrible 3 - 13 season. They really can’t be that unlucky again this season. With a healthy Marc Bulger and Steven Jackson, expect this team to do very well in ’08.

    27. Detroit Lions – Jon Kitna is calling for another 10 win season for the Lions. Do they really have what it takes on the line to back that up? I don’t think so.

    28. Kansas City Chiefs – They made out very well in this year’s draft. Don’t expect a super power just yet. Rebuilding will take a few seasons.

    29. New York Jets – Jets also made out well this offseason but did not find a solution for the QB problems.

    30. San Francisco 49ers – This franchise needs a turnaround fast. Upgrades including offensive coordinator Mike Martz should help.

    31. Atlanta Falcons – Matt Ryan is now the face of the franchise. Hopefully he doesn’t just fall on his.

    32. Miami Dolphins – Well you can’t really do worse than a 1 – 15 season. Well except maybe a 0 – 16 season. They really need to sort out their lack of a leader in the QB position and the rest will follow. Don’t expect much this season.


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    You start too many Patriots threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RutgersJetFan View Post
    You start too many Patriots threads.
    Power ranking threads always lead to good discussions.

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    You constantly say that pre-season rankings mean nothing, yet you love to start these threads.

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    Joe Flacco is going to lead Baltimore to a 12 or 13 win season.

    Really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    You constantly say that pre-season rankings mean nothing, yet you love to start these threads.
    They don't mean anything, maybe I should start a PennyBoy/Clemens thread.

    BTW, they make a good point about the Jags, this team will be very good this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RutgersJetFan View Post
    You start too many Patriots threads.
    Cheifs >>> Jets. Really?!?!? Isn't Herm still coaching that team? They should be a lock for last as long as he has the helm.

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    TX would not have posted this if we were ranked anything higher then 28. That would be way to complimentary.

    BTW, Power rankings are ridiculous in July.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crasherino View Post
    Joe Flacco is going to lead Baltimore to a 12 or 13 win season.

    Really?
    12 or 13 wins but ranked 24?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JiF View Post
    TX would not have posted this if we were ranked anything higher then 28. That would be way to complimentary.

    BTW, Power rankings are ridiculous in July.
    Nah, every offseason ranking so far has the Jets anywhere between #22 and #29.

    Pretty consistent if you ask me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Nah, every offseason ranking so far has the Jets anywhere between #22 and #29.

    Pretty consistent if you ask me.



    Preseason rankings mirror the previous year's results, no writer in the land has the cojones to put the Jets in the top ten based on a 4-12 season. Last year they had us in the top 10 based on 06, but the year before (05) they had us 20 something and picked to win no more than 6 games. So paying too much attention to these rankings is an exercise in futility.

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    26. St. Louis Rams – Plagued by injuries throughout their lines caused the horrible 3 - 13 season. They really can’t be that unlucky again this season. With a healthy Marc Bulger and Steven Jackson, expect this team to do very well in ’08.
    Then why do you have them at 26 genius?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slikmojet View Post
    Preseason rankings mirror the previous year's results.
    Then why are the Super Bowl champions ranked 6th?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slikmojet View Post
    Preseason rankings mirror the previous year's results, no writer in the land has the cojones to put the Jets in the top ten based on a 4-12 season. Last year they had us in the top 10 based on 06, but the year before (05) they had us 20 something and picked to win no more than 6 games. So paying too much attention to TX is an exercise in futility.
    This is more like it....

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    The Jets should be ahead of..........
    12. Washington Redskins – Legitimize #12 citing the draft? sorry, that's for next year.
    14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – SOFT
    15. Tennessee Titans – Vince Young sucks
    19. Buffalo Bills – Edwards is in his what, 10th start?
    20. Houston Texans – SOFT
    21. Denver Broncos – SOFT and falling
    22. Chicago Bears – No QB, D will slow
    23. Cincinnati Bengals – the 4-12 Jets should have won that game
    24. Baltimore Ravens – Flacco=next year, the 4-12 Jets should have beaten them
    25. Oakland Raiders – rookie RB and shaky QB
    27. Detroit Lions – Kitna/Millen
    28. Kansas City Chiefs – Herm, LJ will stop trying
    30. San Francisco 49ers –
    31. Atlanta Falcons –
    32. Miami Dolphins –

    I guess I have them at 17 then.


    These teams should be lower than their listing, but still ahead of the Jets.........

    8. Seattle Seahawks – consistently just good enough in a weak division, drop em
    9. Green Bay Packers – Favre gone and they are 9?
    11. Minnesota Vikings – In a division with not 1 QB, they can win the division, but # 11 in the whole league?

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    Who wrote this crap? Mike Florio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Nah, every offseason ranking so far has the Jets anywhere between #22 and #29.

    Pretty consistent if you ask me.
    And accurate. With a HUGE ? at Qb, there is no way you can rank us any higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slikmojet View Post
    Preseason rankings mirror the previous year's results, no writer in the land has the cojones to put the Jets in the top ten based on a 4-12 season. Last year they had us in the top 10 based on 06, but the year before (05) they had us 20 something and picked to win no more than 6 games. So paying too much attention to these rankings is an exercise in futility.
    an exercise in utter futility much like TX I might add

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    \\1. New England Patriots – I know it’s getting cliché since they had the 16 – 0 season but the Pats really stood out this year. Their record breaking season deserves the #1 spot.

    2. Indianapolis Colts – The Colts have done a lot for their defense since their Super Bowl season. A word that best describes the Colts is consistency.

    3. Dallas Cowboys – They were very strong this year, and next year with rookie Felix Jones in the backfield they will be better. Someone needs to step up to help T.O. in the #2 receiver spot.

    4. San Diego Chargers – Very disappointing at the beginning of the season but they had a huge turn around. Behind LT and a healthy Philip Rivers, this team has Super Bowl potential.

    5. Jacksonville Jaguars – A really strong team that is often overlooked. Their roster is stacked and I wouldn’t be surprised if they overtake the Colts this year as AFC South Champions.

    6. New York Giants – Super Bowl Champions yes but they have their problems. Winning 10 road games in a row, 11 if you count them being the road team in the Super Bowl is quite a feat.

    7. Pittsburgh Steelers – An already strong team does well in the draft, to become a Super Bowl potential team. Rashard Mendenhall was a steal and should really make an immediate impact.

    8. Seattle Seahawks – Seattle is a very consistent team that has had a few improvements this offseason. They will be fighting to keep their edge in the NFC West against some teams with potential in the Cardinals and the Rams.

    9. Green Bay Packers – They are a mystery team right now. With Favre gone, will Rodgers be able to fill his shoes? They have the components to be a playoff team, but will it happen?

    10. Cleveland Browns – Behind a great arm in Derek Anderson and great receivers in Edwards and Jurevicius the Browns can go far this year. Look for them as a wild card this year.

    11. Minnesota Vikings – If Adrian Peterson continues being the sensation that he is, all the Vikings need is a decent guy in quarterback and then a playoff run wouldn’t be out of the question.

    12. Washington Redskins – An 8 – 8 record isn’t bad when coupled with an amazing offseason. They really made out in the draft. Behind the pair of rookie WR’s and their new head coach, this team will develop before your eyes this season or the next.

    13. New Orleans Saints – Their defensive upgrades along with their established offense will prove to make the Saints a decent team this season.

    14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Bringing Warrick Dunn back was a very smart move. Look for them to win their division again this season.

    15. Tennessee Titans – Vince Young is good but can he carry the whole offense? Titans are a little shaky.

    16. Philadelphia Eagles – With McNabb healthy, the Eagles will be a considerable threat. They made good moves this offseason and will make the NFC East that much better.

    17. Arizona Cardinals – Defensive and offensive line still need some work but they have a leader in Kurt Warner.

    18. Carolina Panthers – Jake Delhomme is healthy again but will the Panthers’ fate be any different?

    19. Buffalo Bills – Bills are up and coming but I don’t see it being enough for a playoff run this year.

    20. Houston Texans – After a pretty decent start to the 2007 season they died off. It’s hard to compete when your division consists of Indianapolis and Jacksonville.

    21. Denver Broncos – Need a lot of work, although they were second in the AFC West, but that isn’t saying much.

    22. Chicago Bears – Have fallen quite a bit since their Super Bowl run. They really need a consistent QB but will have to put up with Rex Grossman again this season unless Orton steps up.

    23. Cincinnati Bengals – With Chad Johnson out of the picture, Bengals will suffer some. Really they need to accept the trade and get someone to replace him.

    24. Baltimore Ravens – One guy can change it all, Joe Flacco. This team has playoff potential and they have it in them for a 12 or 13 win season.

    25. Oakland Raiders – Darren McFadden should be huge, another Adrian Peterson if you will. JaMarcus Russell is a shaky idea for a starter just yet. They have a mediocre season in them.

    26. St. Louis Rams – Plagued by injuries throughout their lines caused the horrible 3 - 13 season. They really can’t be that unlucky again this season. With a healthy Marc Bulger and Steven Jackson, expect this team to do very well in ’08.

    27. Detroit Lions – Jon Kitna is calling for another 10 win season for the Lions. Do they really have what it takes on the line to back that up? I don’t think so.

    28. Kansas City Chiefs – They made out very well in this year’s draft. Don’t expect a super power just yet. Rebuilding will take a few seasons.

    29. New York Jets – Jets also made out well this offseason but did not find a solution for the QB problems.

    30. San Francisco 49ers – This franchise needs a turnaround fast. Upgrades including offensive coordinator Mike Martz should help.

    31. Atlanta Falcons – Matt Ryan is now the face of the franchise. Hopefully he doesn’t just fall on his.

    32. Miami Dolphins – Well you can’t really do worse than a 1 – 15 season. Well except maybe a 0 – 16 season. They really need to sort out their lack of a leader in the QB position and the rest will follow. Don’t expect much this season.


    http://www.nflgridirongab.com/2008/0...-1-through-32/

    And here are last years NFL power rankings:

    http://www.usatoday.com/sports/footb...rankings_N.htm

    Still meaningless right?

    You guys still lost the super bowl to Eli Manning, Tom Coughlin and the Giants right?

    Ok good. Get back to pasting your collage of Tom Brady.

    /owned

    1


    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
    Notes: The skies above Foxborough, Mass., have never been clearer entering a season. Unless catastrophe strikes in the form of a major injury, the Patriots should contend for the Super Bowl. (Eight first-place votes)
    2


    SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
    Notes: The Chargers are talented, but trouble seems to build at playoff time when they have lost their last four games. Super Bowl XLII is possible, but their postseason history could be hard to shake in January. (Three first-place votes)
    3


    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
    Notes: They might find having a target on their backs as Super Bowl champs a big obstacle .But look for the Colts, defensive holes aside, to win yet another divisional crown and go deep into the postseason. (Two first-place votes)
    4


    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
    Notes: Because there aren't many dominant teams in the NFC, the Saints' fortunes should stay clear and sunny all season. Another NFC South title and deep playoff run are possible.
    5


    BALTIMORE RAVENS
    Notes: By keeping the core of its team, Baltimore might avoid a slipup and repeat as AFC North champs. But with aging leaders such as Ray Lewis and Steve McNair, warning signs are approaching.
    6


    CHICAGO BEARS
    Notes: Another NFC North title could be in the cards. But it will be harder because the schedule gets much tougher after last season's 13-3 campaign toward the Super Bowl. The defense must stay tough to get back to the title game.
    7


    DENVER BRONCOS
    Notes: There's been a lot of change in the AFC West this offseason, especially in Denver. The Broncos could narrow the gap with the Chargers, and there's no reason to believe they can't contend in the conference.
    8


    CINCINNATI BENGALS
    Notes: Warning signs for the Bengals — They could win nine or 10 games, finish second in the AFC North and still miss the playoffs. The AFC is that strong.
    9


    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
    Notes: Turbulent times in the NFC East could benefit the Eagles. With change happening in Dallas, Philly has a good shot at a sixth division crown in seven years. Returning to the Super Bowl will be a tougher task.
    10


    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
    Notes: All three NFC West competitors have improved, but the Seahawks have won the last three division crowns. The team's core (Hasselbeck, Alexander) remains, and so do its chances of another playoff spot.
    11


    DALLAS COWBOYS
    Notes: Wade Phillips inherited a playoff team with lots of potential. But last year's wonderboy, Tony Romo, must not slip into a sophomore slump for Dallas to make a deep playoff run.
    12


    N.Y. JETS
    Notes: There have been upgrades on offense (Thomas Jones) and defense (top pick Darrelle Revis and second-rounder David Harris). But there still don't seem to be enough 3-4 compatible players on defense.
    13


    PITTSBURGH STEELERS
    Notes: At the outset, it looks like a transitional season in Pittsburgh as the team adjusts to life without Bill Cowher, Joey Porter and Jeff Hartings and with new coach Mike Tomlin. But this is a squad that's about 18 months removed from a Super Bowl title.
    14
    TIE


    CAROLINA PANTHERS
    Notes: The Panthers have a favorable schedule, but did little to upgrade their roster outside of the draft. QB Jake Delhomme enters the season on uncertain ground, but last year's preseason sleeper pick should still contend for a playoff spot.
    14
    TIE


    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
    Notes: The Jaguars underachieved at 8-8 last season and they did not add many new parts in the offseason. Unless the quarterback position stabilizes, another mediocre season may be coming.
    16
    TIE


    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
    Notes: The 49ers have assembled a lot of talent, and they have a chance to end a streak of four seasons without a winning record. Alex Smith is maturing at QB, and if Vernon Davis, et al., provide weapons, the team could contend for its first NFC West crown since 2002.
    16
    TIE


    ATLANTA FALCONS
    Notes: New coach Bobby Petrino brings optimism. But the cloud of uncertainty around Michael Vick threatens the team's long-term forecast. Yet if the Falcons stay healthy and the draft picks deliver, their outlook could still be bright.
    18


    ST. LOUIS RAMS
    Notes: Last season brought improvement for the Rams. But this offseason brought upgrades for their entire division. The talent — and experience — of Marc Bulger could help tip the NFC West in St. Louis' favor.
    19


    TENNESSEE TITANS
    Notes: Year No. 2 for Vince Young brings tests against the Colts and Saints in the first three weeks. The QB has proved he is a sparkplug, but a huge problem remains: Who is going to catch the ball?
    20


    N.Y. GIANTS
    Notes: The Giants enter the season as the '06 playoff squad least likely to make it back to the postseason. Tiki Barber left a giant void in the backfield for Brandon Jacobs and Reuben Droughns. And Eli Manning faces vociferous critics if he falters.
    21


    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
    Notes: After losing Trent Green this offseason and key O-linemen the past few seasons, the Chiefs must patch up some holes. The defense is a strong point. But with giant questions under center, this season is a question mark.
    22


    ARIZONA CARDINALS
    Notes: Is this when Arizona finally turns the corner? They've got a bolstered line, a star running back, stud receivers and a Hollywood QB. This team should score a lot of points, and it's up to new coach Ken Whisenhunt to deliver.
    23


    BUFFALO BILLS
    Notes: The O-line is stronger, a plus for rookie running back Marshawn Lynch. But Nate Clements' departure left a big hole in the defensive backfield. Tough competition in the AFC East makes the outlook for Buffalo bleak.
    24


    GREEN BAY PACKERS
    Notes: Brett Favre is back. But you wonder if he's asking himself why. The failure to acquire Randy Moss and the lack of a proven running back are ominous signs. Last season's 4-0 flurry to end the campaign will be tough to sustain in 2007.
    25
    TIE


    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
    Notes: Too old (Joey Galloway) or too young (Gaines Adams). That's the theme in Tampa. The Bucs look to be another year away from contending, which could leave Jon Gruden and new QB Jeff Garcia frustrated.
    25
    TIE


    MINNESOTA VIKINGS
    Notes: Rick Spielman, Brad Childress and Co. swear they have a plan, but it's hard to see it panning out anytime soon. They're relying on second-year QB Tarvaris Jackson, but that's a tall order when he's missing dependable receiving options. They defense is a strength, but the offense may be a liability.
    27


    WASHINGTON REDSKINS
    Notes: Aside from a brief 6-0 run in 2005, the Redskins cannot break out of an extended cold snap. The team is 21-27 since Joe Gibbs came back in 2004, and his Hall of Fame resume is starting to get tarnished.
    28


    MIAMI DOLPHINS
    Notes: There's a lot to prove in Miami. New QB Trent Green will provide leadership and experience. And this is a squad that needs a giant boost of confidence under new coach Cam Cameron.
    29


    DETROIT LIONS
    Notes: Detroit lost eight games by seven points or fewer in 2006. A better offense should develop under dependable QB Jon Kitna and stud receivers Roy Williams and Calvin Johnson. Second-year coach Rod Marinelli continues to implement his vision.
    30


    CLEVELAND BROWNS
    Notes: The Browns made a big splash on draft day, but top picks Joe Thomas and Brady Quinn are unlikely to have a big effect this season. There's reason for optimism in Cleveland, but the payoff won't likely arrive this season.
    31


    HOUSTON TEXANS
    Notes: The offense has a new QB (Matt Schaub) and new running back (Ahman Green). But the Texans still need to improve their sagging offensive line.
    32


    OAKLAND RAIDERS
    Notes: With a solid defense and and upgraded offense, the Raiders could approach .500 after four consecutive dismal seasons. New coach Lane Kiffin needs to establish himself and bring stability back to a franchise that ran amok in 2006.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Nah, every offseason ranking so far has the Jets anywhere between #22 and #29.

    Pretty consistent if you ask me.
    I'm curious. If my memory serves me, you stated previously on this board that the Jets will win between 6 and 8 games (with emphasis on the 6) this season. Am I right or wrong on that?

    Assuming I am correct, what range in a 32 team ranking would represent 6-8 wins? It seems to me an 8-8 record ought to put you at the middle of the pack- maybe around 16th-17th. A 6-10 record, correspondingly, ought to be around 20th- 21st.

    Therefore, your prediction of wins should translate to the Jets ranking between 16th and 21st.

    So you think we'll do better than the media seems to think, huh?

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