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    My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    I didn't find this on ESPN, so I decided to make up my own. This is my power rankings for the pre-2008 season (i.e. going into this season):


    1. Patriots (I hate to do it, but I think it is true...)
    2.Colts
    3.Jaguars (A team on the rise)
    4.Chargers
    5.Giants
    6.Redskins
    7.Vikings
    ;D ;D
    8.Seahawks
    9. Cowboys
    10. Buccaneers
    11.Steelers
    12.Packers
    13.Titans
    14.Browns
    15.Cardinals
    16.Texans
    17.Saints
    18.Bills
    19. 49ers
    20.Bengals
    21.Broncos
    22.Panthers
    23.Lions
    24.Eagles
    25.Ravens
    26.Bears
    27.Chiefs
    28.Rams
    29.Jets
    30.Falcons
    31.Raiders
    32.Dolphins

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    Not bad.. tad bit early with the draft upcomming and the annual post draft moves.. but not bad.

    We fell all the way to 12 though.. come on give that Pack Defense a little credit.

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    not bad, but why not wait til another 3 days and do it after the draft???

    Pissing on the Pack since 08'

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    That will work too. I am just not sure how much the draft will affect the rankings, though.

    Normally I would have the Packers higher, but with Favre retiring, I think that justifies them dropping about 5 places in the rankings. With Favre in there, they should be at about nr. 8.

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    "StillPurple" wrote:
    I didn't find this on ESPN, so I decided to make up my own. This is my power rankings for the pre-2008 season (i.e. going into this season):


    1. Patriots (I hate to do it, but I think it is true...)
    2.Colts
    3.Jaguars (A team on the rise)
    4.Chargers
    5.Giants
    6.Redskins
    7.Vikings
    ;D ;D
    8.Seahawks
    9. Cowboys
    10. Buccaneers
    11.Steelers
    12.Packers
    13.Titans
    14.Browns
    15.Cardinals
    16.Texans
    17.Saints
    18.Bills
    19. 49ers
    20.Bengals
    21.Broncos
    22.Panthers
    23.Lions
    24.Eagles
    25.Ravens
    26.Bears
    27.Chiefs
    28.Rams
    29.Jets
    30.Falcons
    31.Raiders
    32.Dolphins
    Skins are not better than the Cowturds...and the Pats won't be as good as last year...especially if they don't luck out like last year in avoiding the injury bug.
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    "StillPurple" wrote:
    That will work too. I am just not sure how much the draft will affect the rankings, though.
    itll effect it more than u think
    and i dunno how u have CLE and PHI so low, they are both gonna be playoff teams this year

    Pissing on the Pack since 08'

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    Dude, it is Cleveland.... :

    And I do think that the Iggles are basically done. I mean, they are an aging team. Yes, Westbrook is a stud, but what else do they have ? McNabb has gone from very good to just decent.

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    "StillPurple" wrote:
    I didn't find this on ESPN, so I decided to make up my own. This is my power rankings for the pre-2008 season (i.e. going into this season):


    1. Patriots (I hate to do it, but I think it is true...)


    1.giants (gotta put the champs here)
    2.Colts
































    2. colts
    3.Jaguars (A team on the rise)
















    3.cowboys
    4.Chargers






























    4. jaguars
    5.Giants































    5. patriots (sb losers curse)
    6.Redskins





























    6. chargers
    7.Vikings
    ;D ;D


























    7. steelers
    8.Seahawks





























    8.browns
    9. Cowboys






























    9. vikings
    10. Buccaneers



























    10.redskins
    11.Steelers






























    11-32 just stack the rest down in same order besides the top ten
    12.Packers
    13.Titans
    14.Browns
    15.Cardinals
    16.Texans
    17.Saints
    18.Bills
    19. 49ers
    20.Bengals
    21.Broncos
    22.Panthers
    23.Lions
    24.Eagles
    25.Ravens
    26.Bears
    27.Chiefs
    28.Rams
    29.Jets
    30.Falcons
    31.Raiders
    32.Dolphins
    fixed for my opinion but pretty close.
    proud fan of the SB XLI champions.

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    cleveland is turning int quite the team.
    They were one or two games short of making the playoffs, you can't discount that.
    They added a couple more weapons.
    I wouldn't be surprised if they won their division sometime in the next 3 years

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    "StillPurple" wrote:
    Dude, it is Cleveland.... :

    And I do think that the Iggles are basically done. I mean, they are an aging team. Yes, Westbrook is a stud, but what else do they have ? McNabb has gone from very good to just decent.
    Yeah its CLE....i said playoffs, not super bowl

    WIth the eagles, their O might be getting older, but their D is very young besides B-Dawk, their team could be very scary in a tough division, they could have easily make the playoffs last year

    Pissing on the Pack since 08'

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