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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Articles tagged: NFL Power Rankings 2010

LBS NFL Power Rankings Week 17

1. New England Patriots (13-2, –) Securing home-field advantage was obviously very important to the Patriots, as they looked as good as they have all year against the Bills. They forced seven turnovers and committed none and have become historically efficient at protecting the football. 2. Atlanta Falcons (12-3, –) The Falcons stumbled against the…Read More

LBS NFL Power Rankings Week 16

1. New England Patriots (12-2, –) New England has a tendency to make young quarterbacks look like Joe Montana, and that’s what they did with Matt Flynn on Sunday. It’s possible the Packers would have won if Rodgers played, but it’s also possible the Patriots underestimated Flynn. We’re going with the latter. 2. Atlanta Falcons…Read More

LBS NFL Power Rankings Week 15

1. New England Patriots (11-2, –) The Patriots dominated the Bears in a snowstorm, but that’s understandable because they’re a cold weather team. Oh wait, so is Chicago. Tom Brady is playing the best football of his career and the Patriots are looking unstoppable. Anything less than a trip to Dallas would now be a…Read More

LBS NFL Power Rankings Week 14

1. New England Patriots (10-2, –) The Patriots are on their own planet after Monday night’s 45-3 victory over the Jets. If anyone tells you they saw that coming, they’re lying. With the win, New England put itself in prime position for a first round by and home-field advantage, where Tom Brady has been unbeatable….Read More

LBS NFL Power Rankings Week 13

1. New England Patriots (9-2, –) The Patriots avoided a letdown in Detroit with a monster second half. Rookie Devin McCourty looks like he could turn into one of the best cover corners in the league. The NFL couldn’t have asked for better circumstances surrounding New England’s Monday night game against the Jets. 2. Atlanta…Read More

LBS NFL Power Rankings Week 12

1. New England Patriots (8-2, –) Back-to-back wins over the Steelers and Colts secure the Patriots’ standing as the team to beat in the NFL. Their defense is creating timely turnovers and their offense looks even better without Randy Moss. Their game against the Lions on Thanksgiving has trap game written all over it with…Read More

LBS NFL Power Rankings Week 11

1. New England Patriots (7-2, +3) We didn’t want to drop the Pats too far down the list after their loss to the Browns, assuming it was a hiccup. They proved it was nothing but by going into Heinz Field and dominating the Steelers. Tom Brady picked a great time to have his best game…Read More

LBS NFL Power Rankings Week 10

1. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2, +1) The Bengals almost came from behind to beat the Steelers. That would have been Pittsburgh’s second straight loss with a match-up against the Patriots looming. They hung on for the win and appear to be the more confident team headed into Sunday night’s key match-up. 2. Baltimore Ravens (6-2, +2)…Read More

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