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    Week 5 Cumulative Power Rankings

    This weeks biggest winner in our week 5 Cumulative Power Rankings is Clem's liver, which will most certainly be working over time when he learns that the 49ers jumped 7 spots to land at #8 for the week.

    The biggest loser for the week are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, falling 6 spots to land at #14.

    Rank/ Team/ Average Score/ Weekly Change

    1. Packers 1.00 0
    2. Saints 3.00 0
    3. Lions 3.67 0
    4. Patriots 3.67 1
    5. Ravens 4.17 -1
    6. Chargers 6.33 0
    7. Bills 6.83 2
    8. 49ers 8.83 7
    9. Steelers 9.50 2
    10. Redskins 10.17 2
    11. Texans 11.17 -4
    12. Raiders 11.33 5
    13. Giants 13.17 -3
    14. Bucs 15.17 -6
    15. Cowboys 15.83 4
    16. Titans 16.00 -3
    17. Falcons 16.83 -1
    18. Jets 17.17 -4
    19. Bengals 18.00 2
    20. Bears 18.17 -2
    21. Eagles 21.50 -1
    22. Panthers 22.67 0
    23. Seahawks 23.00 2
    24. Browns 23.50 -1
    25. Chiefs 24.67 3
    26. Vikings 26.50 6
    27. Cardinals 27.33 -3
    28. Broncos 27.50 -1
    29. Jaguars 28.50 -3
    30. Rams 30.67 1
    31. Colts 31.00 -2
    32. Dolphins 31.17 -2


    And our running average cumulative power ranking to date, with the Bills gaining the most spots and the dream team falling the most:

    Rank/ Team/ Change

    1. Packers 0
    2. Saints 1
    3. Patriots -1
    4. Ravens 0
    5. Lions 0
    6. Steelers 0
    7. Chargers 1
    8. Texans -1
    9. Jets 0
    10. Bills 5
    11. Redskins 2
    12. Cowboys 0
    13. Bucs 1
    14. Falcons -3
    15. Eagles -5
    16. Giants 0
    17. Bears 0
    18. 49ers 1
    19. Titans -1
    20. Raiders 1
    21. Cardinals -1
    22. Panthers 0
    23. Bengals 4
    24. Jaguars -1
    25. Browns 1
    26. Rams -2
    27. Broncos -2
    28. Vikings 0
    29. Seahawks 0
    30. Dolphins 0
    31. Chiefs 1
    32. Colts -1


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    49ers are getting too much love (including me) based on 6 quarters of good play. Up until the second half of the Eagles game the 49ers hadn't looked very good. We'll find out if the last 6 quarters mean the o-line is finally jelling this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msclemons View Post
    49ers are getting too much love (including me) based on 6 quarters of good play. Up until the second half of the Eagles game the 49ers hadn't looked very good. We'll find out if the last 6 quarters mean the o-line is finally jelling this week.
    When will the Lions make the Super Bowl?

    Fairley Suh'n.

    The 49ers ain't gonna find any jelly in the jar this week.
    Screw you guys, I'm going home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBigOrGoHome View Post
    When will the Lions make the Super Bowl?

    Fairley Suh'n.

    The 49ers ain't gonna find any jelly in the jar this week.
    I don't know for sure, but if I had to Pickett, I'd pick GB to Wynn! (not nearly as good, but can I get an A for effort?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBigOrGoHome View Post
    When will the Lions make the Super Bowl?

    Fairley Suh'n.

    The 49ers ain't gonna find any jelly in the jar this week.
    You must have been in the silverdome for the game, Ford field whatever, a team that's lost like crazy for over a decade isn't suddenly going to make the superbowl. It will take a few years, nothing will be suh'n. There's not vet base there. Everyone is young or new to the team. I'm happy that downtrodden fan base gets to feel good, but this is a one and done playoff team at best. Stop believing the ESPN garbage hype. This team is good, but comes back to earth once they play someone who doesnt suck. Gb and nola crush them in the regular season, and they get punched out in the wildcard round at best. Stop jocking them, they haven't played a good team yet...
    "If I could start my life all over again, I would be a professional football player, and you damn well better believe I would be a Pittsburgh Steeler." Jack Lambert, 1990 HoF Introduction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesteelnation1 View Post
    You must have been in the silverdome for the game, Ford field whatever, a team that's lost like crazy for over a decade isn't suddenly going to make the superbowl. It will take a few years, nothing will be suh'n. There's not vet base there. Everyone is young or new to the team. I'm happy that downtrodden fan base gets to feel good, but this is a one and done playoff team at best. Stop believing the ESPN garbage hype. This team is good, but comes back to earth once they play someone who doesnt suck. Gb and nola crush them in the regular season, and they get punched out in the wildcard round at best. Stop jocking them, they haven't played a good team yet...
    1) I'll "jock" my team whenever the hell I want to. I ain't taking that criticism from you, bro.
    2) Read what I posted and realize that I WAS MAKING A JOKE.

    Don't be that guy, mike.
    Screw you guys, I'm going home.

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    Mike seems to be that guy a lot. And how long did NE lose before Brady came in? NO before Brees got here? Just curious.

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    To be fair, the Pats made it to the Super Bowl in each of the last three decades (lost to the '85 Bears, lost to Reggie White's '96 Packers, then came Belichick & Brady). So to classify them as a perennial doormat is a tad misleading. The Saints had a few years in to early '90s where they had the Dome Patrol defense and a decent offense. But at the time, they had the 49ers w/ Montana and/or Young as well as the Jim Everett Rams in their division and never really could overcome. But, man, if you were a fan of defense, the Saints were real fun to watch in those days.
    Screw you guys, I'm going home.

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    Dont you mean Brett Favre's Packers, Biggie?
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    Looking at those rankings again I'm surprised how much the "professionals" covering the league stick to their pre-season views. I expect the average fan to still think the Bengals suck and the Jets are good. If you don't really look at the games and just watch ESPN that's what you are being fed.

    I would think guys who cover the league for a living would notice that this year the Jets suck and the Bengals are pretty good. There's quite a few other examples of this in the rankings as well.

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