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Here are my rankings after week 1:

  1. New England (1-0)
  2. Kansas City (1-0)
  3. Baltimore (1-0)
  4. LA Rams (1-0)
  5. New Orleans (1-0)
  6. Dallas (1-0)
  7. LA Chargers (1-0)
  8. Philadelphia (1-0)
  9. Green Bay (1-0)
  10. Tennessee (1-0)
  11. Minnesota (1-0)
  12. Houston (0-1)
  13. Carolina (0-1)
  14. Seattle (1-0)
  15. Chicago (0-1)
  16. Pittsburgh (0-1)
  17. Indianapolis (0-1)
  18. San Francisco (1-0)
  19. Cincinnati (0-1)
  20. Buffalo (1-0)
  21. Oakland (1-0)
  22. Atlanta (0-1)
  23. NY Jets (0-1)
  24. NY Giants (0-1)
  25. Detroit (0-0-1)
  26. Jacksonville (0-1)
  27. Denver (0-1)
  28. Washington (0-1)
  29. Cleveland (0-1)
  30. Tampa Bay (0-1)
  31. Arizona (0-0-1)
  32. Miami (0-1)

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Always look forward to your rankings

My List

  1. New England (1-0)
  2. Kansas City (1-0)
  3. LA Rams (1-0)
  4. New Orleans (1-0)
  5. Baltimore (1-0)
  6. Dallas (1-0)
  7. LA Chargers (1-0)
  8. Philadelphia (1-0)
  9. Houston (0-1)
  10. Chicago (0-1)
  11. Minnesota (1-0)
  12. Pittsburgh (0-1)
  13. Tennessee (1-0)
  14. Green Bay (1-0)
  15. Cleveland (0-1)
  16. Seattle (1-0)
  17. Carolina (0-1)
  18. Chicago (0-1)
  19. Atlanta (0-1)
  20. Indianapolis (0-1)
  21. San Francisco (1-0)
  22. Buffalo (1-0)
  23. Oakland (1-0)
  24. NY Jets (0-1)
  25. NY Giants (0-1)
  26. Detroit (0-0-1)
  27. Jacksonville (0-1)
  28. Denver (0-1)
  29. Washington (0-1)
  30. Tampa Bay (0-1)
  31. Arizona (0-0-1)
  32. Miami (0-1)

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Here are my rankings after week 2:

  1. New England (2-0)
  2. LA Rams (2-0)
  3. Dallas (2-0)

  4. Kansas City (2-0)

  5. Green Bay (2-0)

  6. Baltimore (2-0)

  7. Seattle (2-0)
  8. Minnesota (1-1)

  9. San Francisco (2-0)

  10. Buffalo (2-0)

  11. New Orleans (1-1)

  12. Indianapolis (1-1)

  13. Philadelphia (1-1)

  14. Chicago (1-1)

  15. LA Chargers (1-1)
  16. Houston (1-1)
  17. Atlanta (1-1)
  18. Tennessee (1-1)
  19. Cleveland (1-1)
  20. Tampa Bay (1-1)
  21. Detroit (1-0-1)
  22. Carolina (0-2)
  23. Pittsburgh (0-2)
  24. Jacksonville (0-2)
  25. Oakland (1-1)
  26. Cincinnati (0-2)
  27. Arizona (0-1-1)
  28. Washington (0-2)
  29. Denver (0-2)
  30. NY Jets (0-2)
  31. NY Giants (0-2)
  32. Miami (0-2)

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As a practical matter, Miami will draft a qb..the Giants , Jets, Denver, Washington, Arizona, Jags, Oakland, Steelers all have qb's, meaning  Miami and Cinnci and possibly Carolina and TB will be looking for Qb's as will we.. 

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16 minutes ago, Nash said:

As a practical matter, Miami will draft a qb..the Giants , Jets, Denver, Washington, Arizona, Jags, Oakland, Steelers all have qb's, meaning  Miami and Cinnci and possibly Carolina and TB will be looking for Qb's as will we.. 

Miami might do the 2 year special. Load up on talent this draft and go for TLaw next year.

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1 hour ago, TheBukafax said:

Miami might do the 2 year special. Load up on talent this draft and go for TLaw next year.

 

I think the Dolphins are trying to copy what the Astros did 6 years ago when they had three straight 100-loss seasons.

 

Over the next few days they will become only the sixth team in MLB history to win 100 games three years in a row. Go 'Stros!

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I'm still bummed out over Sunday.  Look what the NFL Rankings said about us.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001055967/article/nfl-power-rankings-week-3-cowboys-hit-top-five-saints-sink

#18  TITANS  Previous rank: No. 13 Down 5

After sucking in their fan base with an explosive second-half effort against the Browns in Week 1, the Titans reverted back to their old ways in a home-opener loss to the Colts. The culprit was again an ineffectual offense unable to make a big play when it mattered. Marcus Mariotastruggled throughout, finishing with just 154 air yards in the face of consistent Colts pressure. Mariota had a chance to salvage his day in Tennessee's final possession, but could not cobble together a drive to put his team in field-goal range. That Mariota's lone touchdown came on a tackle-eligible pass to offensive lineman David Quessenberry tells you everything you need to know about the lack of explosiveness on display. Time to send out a missing-persons report on buzzed-about free-agent acquisition Adam Humphries. He has three catches for 4 yards through two games. Not a typo.

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Here are my rankings after week 3:

  1. New England (3-0)
  2. LA Rams (3-0)
  3. Dallas (3-0)
  4. Kansas City (3-0)
  5. Green Bay (3-0)
  6. Baltimore (2-1)
  7. Minnesota (2-1)
  8. New Orleans (2-1)
  9. San Francisco (3-0)
  10. Chicago (2-1)
  11. Houston (2-1)
  12. Buffalo (3-0)
  13. Seattle (2-1)
  14. Indianapolis (2-1)
  15. Detroit (2-0-1)
  16. LA Chargers (1-2)
  17. Cleveland (1-2)
  18. Atlanta (1-2)
  19. Philadelphia (1-2)
  20. Jacksonville (1-2)
  21. Carolina (1-2)
  22. Pittsburgh (0-3)
  23. Tennessee (1-2)
  24. Oakland (1-2)
  25. NY Giants (1-2)
  26. Denver (0-3)
  27. Tampa Bay (1-2)
  28. Cincinnati (0-3)
  29. Washington (0-3)
  30. NY Jets (0-3)
  31. Arizona (0-2-1)
  32. Miami (0-3)

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On 9/16/2019 at 10:21 PM, Nash said:

As a practical matter, Miami will draft a qb..the Giants , Jets, Denver, Washington, Arizona, Jags, Oakland, Steelers all have qb's, meaning  Miami and Cinnci and possibly Carolina and TB will be looking for Qb's as will we.. 

 

Oakland could dump Carr with only a 5M dead cap hit.

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Here are my rankings after week 4:

  1. New England (4-0)
  2. Kansas City (4-0)
  3. New Orleans (3-1)
  4. Dallas (3-1)
  5. LA Rams (3-1)
  6. Chicago (3-1)
  7. San Francisco (3-0)
  8. Green Bay (3-1)
  9. Seattle (3-1)
  10. Minnesota (2-2)
  11. Buffalo (3-1)
  12. Detroit (2-1-1)
  13. Baltimore (2-2)
  14. Houston (2-2)
  15. LA Chargers (2-2)
  16. Philadelphia (2-2)
  17. Cleveland (2-2)
  18. Indianapolis (2-2)
  19. Carolina (2-2)
  20. Tennessee (2-2)
  21. Tampa Bay (2-2)
  22. Jacksonville (2-2)
  23. Pittsburgh (1-3)
  24. Oakland (2-2)
  25. Atlanta (1-3)
  26. NY Giants (2-2)
  27. Cincinnati (0-4)
  28. Denver (0-4)
  29. Arizona (0-3-1)
  30. NY Jets (0-3)
  31. Washington (0-4)
  32. Miami (0-4)

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Jacksonville is better than 2-2 

 

Minshew is legit. He is reminding me of Dak his rookie year

 

i think Jaguars have themselves a quarterback and they have a great team around him. They’re dangerous. 

 

You simply have to put Jacksonville inside the top 15

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On 9/13/2019 at 2:36 AM, Oiler FANatic said:

I really overestimated the Panthers after week 1. Losing at home to the Rams is one thing, but losing to the Bucs?

 

Maybe you underestimated the Bucs. 

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38 minutes ago, Kyle021 said:

Jacksonville is better than 2-2 

 

Minshew is legit. He is reminding me of Dak his rookie year

 

i think Jaguars have themselves a quarterback and they have a great team around him. They’re dangerous. 

 

You simply have to put Jacksonville inside the top 15

 

They'll never be top 15 in my book.

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On 9/30/2019 at 10:31 PM, JakePA_Titan said:

 

Maybe you underestimated the Bucs. 

 

Maybe, but I don't like their chances this week at New Orleans. And a lot of these 2-2 teams are really hard to figure out this year.

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