Here we are with the NFL power rankings for week 1.
- New England Patriots
- Green Bay Packers
- Pittsburgh Steelers
- New Orleans Saints
- New York Jets
- Philadelphia Eagles
- Chicago Bears
- San Diego Chargers
- Atlanta Falcons
- Detroit Lions
- Indianapolis Colts
- New York Giants
- Baltimore Ravens
- Houston Texans
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Kansas City Chiefs
- Jacksonville Jaguars
- Dallas Cowboys
- Miami Dolphins
- Cleveland Browns
- St. Louis Rams
- Denver Broncos
- Buffalo Bills
- Arizona Cardinals
- Seattle Seahawks
- Washington Redskins
- Tennessee Titans
- Minnesota Vikings
- San Francisco 49ers
- Oakland Raiders
- Carolina Panthers
- Cincinnati Bengals
Many peoples’ Super Bowl pick.
Still young and looking sharp.
Never seem to show their age.
My favorite in one of the league’s toughest divisions.
Unbelievable depth in the secondary.
Dream team? Not if everyone else has anything to say about it.
Cutler needs a big year.
Will go as far as their special teams allow them.
Looked mediocre in the pre-season.
I’m waiting for their yearly letdown, but I’m not really expecting it this season.
Looking as vulnerable as ever.
Hard to read.
Losing ground on the Steelers.
Have a golden opportunity to put the Colts in an 0-1 hole.
Up and coming.
Not a step back. The Chargers are simply better.
Much improved defense combined with a diminishing offense.
Playoffs may be wishful thinking.
Just waiting for Tom Brady to retire. They’ll be waiting awhile.
Mediocre team in a bad division may get them into the playoffs.
They’ll fight the Raiders for 4th in their division.
Little progress being made.
It’s all on Kolb this year.
Re-building or re-tooling? Probably the former.
In my opinion, the worst owner in football.*
Is Locker going to get thrown in the fire too early?
Ruins left over from the Favre debacle.
In Alex we trust?
Longest running joke in football.
Newton looks like a running back trying to throw. This won’t work.
Will Palmer really come back? Too late for that.
* – This is my opinion only. This statement is not intended to be factual in any way, shape, or form, and is therefore protected by first amendment of the United States Constitution, as a non-libelous message. Please don’t sue me Dan Snyder.