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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.
    Hey, you put it out there so do not be surprised when people disagree.
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    The Browns were 10-6 last year and going to be even better this year.
    I hate that fricken team but I am smart enough to see that they will be alot better than average.

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    fill another one out on monday, ill do one to, lets see whos is better

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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
    The top four are pretty easy to nail down right now ... after that it is somewhat of a crapshoot. But the Browns will CLEARLY be the favorite in the AFC North and the Cowboys will still CLEARLY be the favorite in the NFC (maybe the Giants from some, but not likely). Also ... while they probably are not a playoff team ... you don't seem to have taken ANY of the Jets moves into account or the fact that the Rams will likely be considered contenders for their division.
    Seems to me you just did a power-rankings pretty much from last year and inserted the Vikings a little higher.

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    Well, sort of. I admit that it was based on late 2007, and then I tweaked it some.

    Maybe the Browns should be a bit higher. It is just, "Cleveland" and "playoffs" don't seem to go together, except maybe the NBA, now. It seems like people always say that "this will be the year the Browns do it", and it never is.

    Re the Cowboys, I just dropped them down because if you can't tackle, you don't deserve to be high, and they can't tackle in Irving.

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    "StillPurple" wrote:
    Well, sort of. I admit that it was based on late 2007, and then I tweaked it some.

    Maybe the Browns should be a bit higher. It is just, "Cleveland" and "playoffs" don't seem to go together, except maybe the NBA, now. It seems like people always say that "this will be the year the Browns do it", and it never is.

    Re the Cowboys, I just dropped them down because if you can't tackle, you don't deserve to be high, and they can't tackle in Irving.
    its cleveland and championships

    look at the indians, cavs, browns, ohio st lately

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    Ok, I am willing to move Cleveland up and about 4 spots.

    Now what are you willing to give in return... ? ;D


    (BTW, the Indians collapsed last year, Ohio St. got destroyed by LSU, etc.).

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    "StillPurple" wrote:
    Ok, I am willing to move Cleveland up and about 4 spots.

    Now what are you willing to give in return... ? ;D


    (BTW, the Indians collapsed last year, Ohio St. got destroyed by LSU, etc.).
    make another one on monday, after the draft, with some kinda explination, ill do one also, shall be fun

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    "StillPurple" wrote:
    Ok, I am willing to move Cleveland up and about 4 spots.

    Now what are you willing to give in return... ? ;D


    (BTW, the Indians collapsed last year, Ohio St. got destroyed by LSU, etc.).
    They made it there, didn't they?
    How did the Vikings, Twins, Wolves, and Gophs do?
    Seems to me teams here are on the rise.
    And it sucks listening to these jackholes!

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    broncos are too high. they suck.
    We're bringing purple back.

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    Re: My own pre-2008 Season Power Rankings

    It appears to be time for Z to break out his 'Final Word' power rankings.
    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain

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