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    have steelers #1bears #2 is the league this bad? ****ing bears good lord!

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    have steelers #1bears #2 is the league this bad? ****ing bears good lord!
    I think the Steelers are that good. Other than that a lot of parity IMO.

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    Which PR is this? I've seen a couple that have The Steelers at #1, but a lot of discrepency beyond that...
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    The Bears have to be the luckiest team I have ever seen for three weeks in a row.

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    Here's Florio's from PFT...everybody's favorite blogger:

    [HIGH-LIGHT]1. Pittsburgh Steelers (No. 2; 3-0): Somewhere in Pittsburgh, Ben Roethlisberger is cackling and rolling a blunt. (Actually, that's an exaggeration. We don't know whether he's cackling.)[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    2. New York Jets (No. 6; 2-1): Braylon Edwards didn't shave his beard; he swallowed it in order to soak up some of the booze. (Allegedly.)

    3. Indianapolis Colts (No. 8; 2-1): Week One notwithstanding, the Colts look as potent as they were in 2009.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]4. Baltimore Ravens (No. 5; 2-1): The wheels could come off my projected Super Bowl winner in Pittsburgh on Sunday.[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    [HIGH-LIGHT]5. Tennessee Titans (No. 9; 2-1): It became easier for the Titans to rebound from the butt-kicking they took against the Steelers once the Titans realized that most teams will take a butt-kicking from the Steelers this year.[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    [HIGH-LIGHT]6. Atlanta Falcons (No. 17; 2-1): The biggest win of Matt Ryan's career came at a perfect time.[/HIGH-LIGHT]

    7. New Orleans Saints (No. 1 last week; 2-1): By the end of the day Tuesday, Scott Fujita's "fat punk kicker" label for Garrett Hartley may be only 66.6 percent accurate.

    8. Chicago Bears (No. 16; 3-0): The only stat that ever matters is points scored versus points allowed.

    9. Green Bay Packers (No. 3; 2-1): You can't get to the Super Bowl with more penalties than points.

    10. New England Patriots (No. 10; 2-1): A win is a win, except against Buffalo, when it's a bye.

    11. Kansas City Chiefs (No. 12; 3-0): Speed, youth, enthusiam, creativity. Playoffs?

    12. Cincinnati Bengals (No. 11; 2-1): Even when combining the yardage generated by Batman and Robin, they lead Indy's Austin Collie by only 30 yards.

    13. Miami Dolphins (No. 7; 2-1): That loss to the Jets will be quickly forgotten if the Fins can beat the Pats on Monday night.

    14. Houston Texans (No. 4; 2-1): Another three-team round-robin proves how crazy the NFL can be; Redskins beat the Cowboys, the Texans beat the Redskins, and then Cowboys beat the Texans.

    15. Philadelphia Eagles (No. 18; 2-1): The last time the Eagles played in Jacksonville, their quarterback puked. This time, he induced nausea in opposing defenders.

    16. Minnesota Vikings (No. 19; 1-2): The Vikings offense finally looks like it was supposed to look in 2009 -- lots of running and selective passing.

    17. Seattle Seahawks (No. 24; 2-1): The 'Hawks are looking like a team that can't lose at home, can't win on the road.

    18. San Diego Chargers (No. 13; 1-2): One of these years, the Chargers are going to try to turn it on after a slow start and fail.

    19. Dallas Cowboys (No. 22; 1-2): Desperation quickly will return if they lose to the Titans and Vikings.

    20. New York Giants (No. 14; 1-2): The only way this team could get more dysfunctional would be if Tiki Barber unretires.

    21. St. Louis Rams (No. 30; 1-2): In a watered-down NFC West, the Rams could be in the mix for a division title.

    22. Washington Redskins (No. 15; 1-2): No man has ever gotten more out of two Super Bowl wins from a team built by someone else and held together by salary cap violations.

    23. Jacksonville Jaguars (No. 20; 1-2): David Garrard would be benched right now, if they had someone to bench him for.

    24. Denver Broncos (No. 21; 1-2): With a 3-10 record since starting last year 6-0, at what point does Josh McDaniels land on the hot seat?

    25. Arizona Cardinals (No. 25; 2-1): This team easily could be 0-3 -- and would be if they'd played someone other than the Raiders and the Rams in the early going.

    [HIGH-LIGHT]26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (No. 23; 2-1): Well, at least they can't be any worse that 2-14. [/HIGH-LIGHT]

    27. Oakland Raiders (No. 27; 1-2): We'd hate to see how much money the Raiders would have paid Sebastian Janikowski if he could actually, you know, kick.

    28. San Francisco 49ers (No. 28; 0-3): The new Bay of Pigs rivalry renews on October 17.

    29. Detroit Lions (No. 29; 0-3): Surely, this nightmare has to end at some point. Doesn't it?
    30. Carolina Panthers (No. 26; 0-3): At least they've broken that good year/bad year/good year cycle.

    31. Cleveland Browns (No. 31; 0-3): They showed life against the Ravens, but the result is becoming too familiar for the Browns.

    32. Buffalo Bills (No. 32; 0-3): Maybe the decision to start playing games in Canada was the first part of the process to apply for membership in the CFL.
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    Which PR is this? I've seen a couple that have The Steelers at #1, but a lot of discrepency beyond that...
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    Although I dont like his jab at Ben (we all know he's a lush not a stoner), I did like his remark on Tennessee
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    I don't know why they have to do that ****. Why is the aints stock dropping? They lost one game and Bush, big deal that is still as good of a team as any IMO.

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    Every week, the National Football Post brings you our NFL Power Rankings: a breakdown of how we stack up the league.

    Week 4 (previous rankings in parenthesis)

    1. (3) Indianapolis Colts: 2-1
    The Colts and Peyton Manning look primed for an early season run.

    2. (8) Pittsburgh Steelers: 3-0
    We know the defense is legit, but how about Charlie Batch and RB Rashard Mendenhall in the win at Tampa?

    3. (11) Chicago Bears: 3-0
    After the Monday night win, Love Smith’s Bears are the only undefeated team in the NFC.

    4. (4) Baltimore Ravens: 2-1
    WR Anquan Boldin is proving to be one of the biggest offseason additions in the NFL.

    5. (1) New Orleans Saints: 2-1
    We are still big on the Saints, but the run defense is lacking in New Orleans.

    6. (9) N.Y. Jets: 2-1
    Solid divisional win on the road at Miami, and another productive game for QB Mark Sanchez.

    7. (2) Green Bay Packers: 2-1
    18 penalties, poor special teams plays and a late turnover isn’t good enough to win on the road.

    8. (12) Atlanta Falcons: 2-1
    RBs Michael Turner and Jason Snelling are proving to be one of the best backfields in the NFL.

    9. (7) New England Patriots: 2-1
    Pats get the home win over the Bills, but is there reason to be concerned about the young New England secondary?

    10. (16) Philadelphia Eagles: 2-1
    Can’t deny the impact Michael Vick is having on the Eagles right now.

    11. (5) Houston Texans: 2-1
    The Texans’ bandwagon slows a bit after the loss to the Cowboys.

    12. (10) Miami Dolphins: 2-1
    When WR Brandon Marshall is the focus of the game plan, the Dolphins can play with anyone.

    13. (17) Dallas Cowboys: 1-2
    A much more balanced game plan for Jason Garrett and it shows in the win column for the Cowboys.

    14. (22) Kansas City Chiefs: 3-0
    Are we ranking the Chiefs too low, or is the team for real at 3-0?

    15. (9) Cincinnati Bengals: 2-1
    Sloppy win over the Panthers and questions about QB Carson Palmer are the talk in Cincy.

    16. (19) Tennessee Titans: 2-1
    Nothing flashy in the win over the Giants—just physical football that we are used to seeing from the Titans.

    17. (18) Minnesota Vikings: 1-2
    Will Adrian Peterson continue to carry the Vikings while Brett Favre tries to catch up after missing training camp?

    18. (13) San Diego Chargers: 1-2
    Another slow start for the ‘Bolts after special teams did them in at Seattle.

    19. (15) N.Y. Giants: 1-2
    Tom Coughlin’s team is going backwards with the 3-0 Bears coming to town on Sunday night.

    20. (25) Seattle Seahawks: 2-1
    Hard to lose a game in the NFL when you get two scores from Leon Washington in the kicking game.

    21. (14) Washington Redskins: 1-2
    No other way to say it—a bad loss on the road at St. Louis.

    22. (24) Arizona Cardinals: 2-1
    The poor kicking of the Raiders’ Sebastian Janikowski saves the Cards.

    23. (23) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 2-1
    The Steelers exposed that 2-0 start on Sunday.

    24. (20) Denver Broncos: 1-2
    Kyle Orton is making plays, but he needs some help from that Broncos’ defense.

    25. (21) San Francisco 49ers: 0-3
    Will a new offensive coordinator make a difference for a team that should have stayed on the bus in Kansas City?

    26. (26) Jacksonville Jaguars: 1-2
    David Garrard continues to hold this offense down in Jacksonville.

    27. (28) Oakland Raiders: 1-2
    The Raiders have their QB in Bruce Gradkowski, but they still have to close out games.

    28. (27) Detroit Lions: 0-3
    Lots of talk this offseason about the Lions, but they are still looking for a win.

    29. (32) St. Louis Rams: 1-2
    Sam Bradford and the Rams dominated the fourth quarter—a good sign for a young team.

    30. (29) Carolina Panthers: 1-2
    Jimmy Clausen is getting valuable experience, but that doesn’t translate to wins.

    31. (31) Cleveland Browns: 0-3
    Can’t get in the win column when you shut it down in the fourth quarter.

    32. (30) Buffalo Bills: 0-3
    Ryan Fitzpatrick moved the ball on offense, but the Bills still can’t find a way to beat New England.

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    The Pittsburgh Steelers' 3-0 start without Ben Roethlisberger has convinced our experts to reward them with the top slot for the latest ESPN.com NFL Power Rankings.

    Convincing in their 38-13 demolition of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Charlie Batch-led Steelers vaulted four places to take the top slot. Still, they're not a unanimous choice for No. 1 in our poll.

    The New Orleans Saints slipped to No. 2 in the wake of their overtime loss to the Atlanta Falcons. The Indianapolis Colts rank third, just ahead of the Green Bay Packers and the Falcons at Nos. 4 and 5, respectively.

    Yes, the Packers rank two rungs ahead of the unbeaten Chicago Bears, who defeated Green Bay 20-17 on ESPN's "Monday Night Football."

    Although the Donovan McNabb-Michael Vick matchup in Philadelphia will snag the lion's share of headlines this week, the AFC North showdown between the No. 1 Steelers and No. 8 Baltimore Ravens should have the most interest to power rankings followers.



    2010 Power Rankings: Week 4
    RK (LW) TEAM REC COMMENT
    1 (5) Steelers 3-0-0 Who knew fourth-stringer Charlie Batch was the answer to Pittsburgh's QB woes? (Walker)
    2 (1) Saints 2-1-0 NFC South has a legitimate rivalry now that Falcons have won at New Orleans. (Sando)
    3 (4) Colts 2-1-0 In Denver, the Colts gave up a lot of yards, but they made defensive plays in red zone. (Kuharsky)
    4 (2) Packers 2-1-0 It's hard to beat anyone when you're committing 18 penalties. (Walker)
    5 (10) Falcons 2-1-0 Victory at New Orleans affirmed the good vibes resonating with this team. (Sando)
    6 (12) Bears 3-0-0 Back-to-back wins over Dallas and Green Bay show the Bears are a force in the NFC. (Walker)
    7 (6) Jets 2-1-0 For those judging QB development, Mark Sanchez has a slight lead over Chad Henne. (Clayton)
    8 (8) Ravens 2-1-0 WR Anquan Boldin (three touchdowns in Week 3) showed why the Ravens acquired him. (Walker)
    9 (3) Texans 2-1-0 The Texans' offense has to overcome defensive deficiencies. (Kuharsky)
    10 (9) Patriots 2-1-0 With a defense giving up an average of 27.3 points a game, Bill Belichick isn't afraid to bench anyone. (Clayton)
    11 (7) Dolphins 2-1-0 QB Chad Henne is pretty good. The difference between him and the Jets' Mark Sanchez isn't much. (Clayton)
    12 (11) Bengals 2-1-0 The Bengals are winning with defense. But is it time to start worrying about QB Carson Palmer? (Walker)
    13 (15) Titans 2-1-0 Michael Griffin and defense playing like it's 2008. (Kuharsky)
    14 (16) Eagles 2-1-0 Now that Michael Vick is the new king of Philadelphia, do you think he'd let Donovan McNabb run some plays from the Wildcat for him? (Clayton)
    15 (20) Chiefs 3-0-0 The Chiefs are deserving of the believers they gain each week. (Kuharsky)
    16 (17) Cowboys 1-2-0 If you include the two losses and five preseason games, the Cowboys had the league's longest training camp. (Clayton)
    17 (18) Vikings 1-2-0 Vikings go into the bye with a win but still plenty of concerns. (Walker)
    18 (13) Chargers 1-2-0 AFC West dominance no longer a given. (Kuharsky)
    19 (26) Seahawks 2-1-0 Seahawks seem calm and cool, just like their low-key coach. (Sando)
    20 (21) Buccaneers 2-1-0 Victories over the Browns and Panthers will fade with Bengals, Saints next. (Sando)
    21 (14) Redskins 1-2-0 The pressure is on Donovan McNabb and Mike Shanahan for Sunday's trip to Philadelphia. (Clayton)
    22 (24) Cardinals 2-1-0 Schedule toughens up with San Diego, New Orleans in next two weeks. (Sando)
    23 (22) Broncos 1-2-0 Offense needs to figure out the red zone after Indy debacle. (Kuharsky)
    24 (19) Giants 1-2-0 With all the penalties and turnovers, the Giants appear to be a team in disarray.(Clayton)
    25 (23) 49ers 0-3-0 Niners seem tight and wound up, just like their high-strung coach. (Sando)
    26 (25) Jaguars 1-2-0 The Jags made strong bid for bottom slot with showing versus Eagles. (Kuharsky)
    27 (31) Rams 1-2-0 Rams seeking first division win since 2007 when Seattle visits in Week 4. (Sando)
    28 (27) Raiders 1-2-0 Field goal folly a breathtaking way to lose. (Kuharsky)
    29 (28) Panthers 0-3-0 The Panthers are 0-2 at home already and have been outscored by 39 points overall. (Sando)
    30 (30) Browns 0-3-0 The Browns have been in every game but have zero wins to show for it. (Walker)
    31 (29) Lions 0-3-0 So much for the Lions being a sleeper in 2010. (Walker)
    32 (32) Bills 0-3-0 Wonder if Trent Edwards will label Sept. 27 as Independence Day after being released after years of struggles. (Clayton)

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    First and only one that has Indy at #1... must be a Manning gagger in charge! They also have Chicago at #3? Granted, Da Bears are 3-0...but anyone that watched that game last night knows that GB lost that game more than CHI won it!
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    I continue to look for the PR that puts Cleveland at #32...that's the one I'll go with!!!
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    Week Four power rankings
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    1. Indianapolis Colts: Peyton without two top receivers is still better than most QBs.

    2. Pittsburgh Steelers: Batch delivered more than they could have asked.

    3. Green Bay Packers: Offensive line could be tested against feisty Lions front.

    4. New Orleans Saints: Team will have short memory when deciding who will kick.

    5. New York Jets: Braylon made his three quarters and two receptions count.

    6. Houston Texans: Not a huge loss when you step back and think about it.

    7. Baltimore Ravens: [HIGH-LIGHT]Will need to figure out how Peyton Hillis gashed them[/HIGH-LIGHT].

    8. Atlanta Falcons: [HIGH-LIGHT]Week One loss to Steelers doesn't look so bad anymore[/HIGH-LIGHT].

    9. New England Patriots: [HIGH-LIGHT]Even the Lions have allowed fewer points than the Pats' 82[/HIGH-LIGHT].

    10. Chicago Bears: Catching the Giants when they are vulnerable.

    11. Miami Dolphins: Disappointing loss, but Chad Henne's progress is very encouraging.

    12. Philadelphia Eagles: Game vs. *McNabb even bigger with hot Vick.

    13. Tennessee Titans: They win ugly better than almost any team.

    14. Kansas City Chiefs: Only nine rushing first downs allowed this season.

    15. Cincinnati Bengals: [HIGH-LIGHT]Ugly offensive play in first half just can't happen anymore[/HIGH-LIGHT].

    16. Dallas Cowboys: Running game made small strides, but the run defense yeesh.

    17. San Diego Chargers: Need some work in the end-of-game-drama department.

    18. Minnesota Vikings: Favre said early bye week is not what he wants.

    19. Seattle Seahawks: What do we really make of their two wins?

    20. New York Giants: Lack of discipline was shocking on Sunday.

    21. Arizona Cardinals: This is how they have managed to win: with healthy dose of luck.

    22. Denver Broncos: Meet Kyle Orton, *gunslinger.

    23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Still haven't gotten Cadillac warmed up.

    24. Washington Redskins: Outscored 46-13 in second half and overtime this season.

    25. Oakland Raiders: Was that D.H.B. *making plays at the end of the game?

    26. Jacksonville Jaguars: The silver lining is they played Colts tight twice last season.

    27. San Francisco 49ers: Worst point differential in the NFL.

    28. St. Louis Rams: Have outscored their opponents by eight points. Seriously.

    29. Detroit Lions: Jahvid Best's toe could be one of those nagging injuries all season long.

    30. Cleveland Browns: If a few plays went their way, they might be higher on this list.

    31. Carolina Panthers: Clausen was miserable until the fourth, when he was so-so.

    32. Buffalo Bills: They'd be smart to trade Lynch when his stock is at its apex.

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    The Pittsburgh Steelers' 3-0 start without Ben Roethlisberger has convinced our experts to reward them with the top slot for the latest ESPN.com NFL Power Rankings.

    Convincing in their 38-13 demolition of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Charlie Batch-led Steelers vaulted four places to take the top slot. Still, they're not a unanimous choice for No. 1 in our poll.

    The New Orleans Saints slipped to No. 2 in the wake of their overtime loss to the Atlanta Falcons. The Indianapolis Colts rank third, just ahead of the Green Bay Packers and the Falcons at Nos. 4 and 5, respectively.

    Yes, the Packers rank two rungs ahead of the unbeaten Chicago Bears, who defeated Green Bay 20-17 on ESPN's "Monday Night Football."

    Although the Donovan McNabb-Michael Vick matchup in Philadelphia will snag the lion's share of headlines this week, the AFC North showdown between the No. 1 Steelers and No. 8 Baltimore Ravens should have the most interest to power rankings followers.



    2010 Power Rankings: Week 4
    RK (LW) TEAM REC COMMENT
    1 (5) Steelers 3-0-0 Who knew fourth-stringer Charlie Batch was the answer to Pittsburgh's QB woes? (Walker)
    2 (1) Saints 2-1-0 NFC South has a legitimate rivalry now that Falcons have won at New Orleans. (Sando)
    3 (4) Colts 2-1-0 In Denver, the Colts gave up a lot of yards, but they made defensive plays in red zone. (Kuharsky)
    4 (2) Packers 2-1-0 It's hard to beat anyone when you're committing 18 penalties. (Walker)
    5 (10) Falcons 2-1-0 Victory at New Orleans affirmed the good vibes resonating with this team. (Sando)
    6 (12) Bears 3-0-0 Back-to-back wins over Dallas and Green Bay show the Bears are a force in the NFC. (Walker)
    7 (6) Jets 2-1-0 For those judging QB development, Mark Sanchez has a slight lead over Chad Henne. (Clayton)
    8 (8) Ravens 2-1-0 WR Anquan Boldin (three touchdowns in Week 3) showed why the Ravens acquired him. (Walker)
    9 (3) Texans 2-1-0 The Texans' offense has to overcome defensive deficiencies. (Kuharsky)
    10 (9) Patriots 2-1-0 With a defense giving up an average of 27.3 points a game, Bill Belichick isn't afraid to bench anyone. (Clayton)
    11 (7) Dolphins 2-1-0 QB Chad Henne is pretty good. The difference between him and the Jets' Mark Sanchez isn't much. (Clayton)
    12 (11) Bengals 2-1-0 The Bengals are winning with defense. But is it time to start worrying about QB Carson Palmer? (Walker)
    13 (15) Titans 2-1-0 Michael Griffin and defense playing like it's 2008. (Kuharsky)
    14 (16) Eagles 2-1-0 Now that Michael Vick is the new king of Philadelphia, do you think he'd let Donovan McNabb run some plays from the Wildcat for him? (Clayton)
    15 (20) Chiefs 3-0-0 The Chiefs are deserving of the believers they gain each week. (Kuharsky)
    16 (17) Cowboys 1-2-0 If you include the two losses and five preseason games, the Cowboys had the league's longest training camp. (Clayton)
    17 (18) Vikings 1-2-0 Vikings go into the bye with a win but still plenty of concerns. (Walker)
    18 (13) Chargers 1-2-0 AFC West dominance no longer a given. (Kuharsky)
    19 (26) Seahawks 2-1-0 Seahawks seem calm and cool, just like their low-key coach. (Sando)
    20 (21) Buccaneers 2-1-0 Victories over the Browns and Panthers will fade with Bengals, Saints next. (Sando)
    21 (14) Redskins 1-2-0 The pressure is on Donovan McNabb and Mike Shanahan for Sunday's trip to Philadelphia. (Clayton)
    22 (24) Cardinals 2-1-0 Schedule toughens up with San Diego, New Orleans in next two weeks. (Sando)
    23 (22) Broncos 1-2-0 Offense needs to figure out the red zone after Indy debacle. (Kuharsky)
    24 (19) Giants 1-2-0 With all the penalties and turnovers, the Giants appear to be a team in disarray.(Clayton)
    25 (23) 49ers 0-3-0 Niners seem tight and wound up, just like their high-strung coach. (Sando)
    26 (25) Jaguars 1-2-0 The Jags made strong bid for bottom slot with showing versus Eagles. (Kuharsky)
    27 (31) Rams 1-2-0 Rams seeking first division win since 2007 when Seattle visits in Week 4. (Sando)
    28 (27) Raiders 1-2-0 Field goal folly a breathtaking way to lose. (Kuharsky)
    29 (28) Panthers 0-3-0 The Panthers are 0-2 at home already and have been outscored by 39 points overall. (Sando)
    30 (30) Browns 0-3-0 The Browns have been in every game but have zero wins to show for it. (Walker)
    31 (29) Lions 0-3-0 So much for the Lions being a sleeper in 2010. (Walker)
    32 (32) Bills 0-3-0 Wonder if Trent Edwards will label Sept. 27 as Independence Day after being released after years of struggles. (Clayton)
    I find it hard to argue with this power ranking.

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    I don't know why they have to do that ****. Why is the aints stock dropping? They lost one game and Bush, big deal that is still as good of a team as any IMO.
    The Saints can't stop the run and will be exposed as time goes on.

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