Re: PFW power rankings
Carucci is such an idiot....check out the two NFC teams he has ranked above us...we beat a 2-0 team and actually DROPPED in the power rankings by one.
Vic Carucci | NFL.com
This is how the NFL's 32 teams stack up after Week 3:
IN THE HUNT
Teams, listed with record and previous week's ranking, that look good enough to be among the 12 playoff qualifiers but not based on conference
1. New England (3-0; 1): The Patriots can score, and win, at will. You can't say that about any other team in the league.
2. Indianapolis (3-0; 2): After surviving two tough divisional road games that they lost a year ago, the Colts have every reason to feel they're actually stronger than they were on the way to winning the Super Bowl.
3. Dallas (3-0; 3): With a playmaking defense to complement the highly effective throwing and running of Tony Romo, the Cowboys could quickly separate themselves from the rest of the NFC.
4. Green Bay (3-0; 5): Brett Favre's arm can continue to work wonders and the defense is solid, but imagine how much scarier this team would be if it had a running game.
5. Pittsburgh (3-0; 4): Being good, solid and steady could take this team a long way.
6. Tennessee (2-1; unranked): Vince Young is quickly rising to elite status among quarterbacks.
7. Houston (2-1; 6): It was a game effort vs. the Colts, and the Texans have a chance to rebound quickly vs. Atlanta.
8. Baltimore (2-1; unranked): Can a two-headed quarterback approach work? The Ravens and Cardinals apparently think so.
9. Jacksonville (2-1; unranked): David Garrard can build plenty of confidence with that Mile High victory.
10. Washington (2-1; 8): The Redskins have a long time to think about that goal-line stuff by the Giants.
11. San Francisco (2-1; 11): Injuries are beginning to mount.
12. Detroit (2-1; 7): Just when it seemed the Lions were ready to show they aren't the same, old Lions ? the same, old Lions showed up.