Wednesday, December 16, 2009

NFL Power Rankings: Week 15 edition


No movement in the top four and the Eagles and Packers jump up after keeping their momentum going.

TOP TIER
1. Saints (13-0) [1]
2. Colts (13-0) [2]
3. Chargers (10-3) [3]
4. Vikings (11-2) [4]
5. Eagles (9-4) [7]
6. Packers (9-4) [9]
7. Bengals (9-4) [5]
8. Cardinals (8-5) [6]
9. Broncos (8-5) [8]
10. Patriots (8-5) [11]
11. Cowboys (8-5) [10]

Can't drop the Broncos or Bengals too far after losing to the Colts and Vikings, respectively.

SECOND TIER
12. Dolphins (7-6) [15]
13. Ravens (7-6) [16]
14. Giants (7-6) [12]
15. Jaguars (7-6) [13]
16. Falcons (6-7) [14]
17. Titans (6-7) [18]
18. Jets (7-6) [19]
19. Steelers (6-7) [17]
20. 49ers (6-7) [20]
21. Texans (6-7) [22]

The Second Tier doesn't feature a lot of potential playoff teams, but I had to keep all the 6+ win teams out of the Bottom Tier.

BOTTOM TIER
22. Bills (5-8) [27]
23. Bears (5-8) [21]
24. Seahawks (5-8) [23]
25. Panthers (5-8) [24]
26. Redskins (4-9) [26]
27. Raiders (4-9) [25]
28. Chiefs (3-10) [28]
29. Browns (2-11) [32]
30. Lions (2-11) [29]
31. Buccaneers (1-12) [30]
32. Rams (1-12) [31]

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With two weeks left in the NFL Draft season, there's still a lot of time left before decisions are made on the league's MVP. USA TODAY's Sean Leahy examines the candidates who could hoist the hardware after Week 17:
The top contenders:
Drew Brees, Saints QB: What a difference a week makes. Last week, Brees appeared to have a clear leg up on the competition. But he and the Saints offense looked anything-but-perfect for too much of their 24-17 loss to the Cowboys on Saturday. Yet one less-than-stellar game doesn't ruin Brees' candidacy. He still leads the league in passer rating (109.4) and his 33 TDs are tied with Peyton Manning for a league high. And the 13-0 run that he helped author can't be forgotten. A strong finish in the final two games will keep Brees at the forefront of the race.
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