Wednesday, November 22, 2006

NFL Rankings - Week 11

1 - Indianapolis Colts (last week loss isn't enough to force them from the top spot)

2 - San Diego Chargers (last week may be the best RB since OJ, Rivers looks like the real deal, and WHAT a defense...they could upset Indy and go all the way)

3 - Chicago Bears (last week 2)

4 - New England Patriots (last week 3...Brady & Co. seem to be getting into postseason form, which is bad news for the rest of the NFL)

5 - Baltimore Ravens (last week 4)

6 - Denver Broncos (last week 6)

7 - New York Giants (last week 9)

8 - Seattle Seahawks (last week 7)

9 - Kansas City Chiefs (last week 10)

10 - New Orleans Saints (last week 8...slip slidin' away...)

Honorable mentions:
Carolina Panthers, Dallas Cowboys (looking better each week), Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers (they'll miss the playoffs, but finally seem to be getting their act together after so many miserable years)

Steelers note:
Great come-from-behind win last week in Cleveland...a terrible first half but an inspired second half...Hines Ward was solid as always, Santonio Holmes had his best game yet, Troy Polamalu did what he needed to do, and, to quote ESPN, "Ben Roethlisberger did what great QBs need to do every now and again -- he simply took over and won the game for the Steelers."


Anonymous said...

AFC looks much, much better than
the NFC this year. Whoever survives the AFC Championship
will be the Super Bowl winner.

Keith H. McIlwain said...

I agree...and I'm thinking the Chargers might deny Peyton Manning what may be has last best chance.