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  • walter's updated power rankigns

    I was going to release mine before the draft, but I'm really looking forward to
    who he thinks the worst teams are...not the best because that is easy.
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    Any opinions you guys want to give before I release them would be appreciated. I don't want to miss anything because of an oversight. Who do you guys think are the worst/best teams and why?
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    • #3
      Chiefs no Oline. Young QB who didn't look good when I saw him play. Don't see their Offense scoring points. CBs are old. I can see lots of loses in the range of Team A 21 Chiefs 6 in 2008.
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      • #4
        Yeah, the Chiefs are pretty horrible.
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        • #5
          Yea KC won't be able to score and won't be able to stop teams from scoring I see 30ish-10ish a game

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          • #6
            O I just wanna add their RB is gonna die on the field if their below average HC keeps giving him 25+ carries a game behind a crappy OLine. Maybe it becomes average at best if they add 2 rookies to it. LJ will be hurtin again in 08.
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            • #7
              It's a shame - Herm Edwards completely ruined LJ's career.
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              • #8
                I'd be careful about the 49ers. Their defense can only improve. They had a lot of injuries on that side of the ball last year, and now players like Nate Clemens will be adjusted to the scheme.

                Offense is a problem, but you have to figure Alex Smith will get somewhat better or a better QB will start (Nolan declared open QB competition). I'm not a Mike Martz fan, but with him I think they'll score points. The rest lies on their defense.

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                • #9
                  NCC
                  "One of Vernon Davis' teammates reportedly says he's never seen an NFL starter make as many mistakes as Davis did in 2007."

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                  • #10
                    Davis is young and he plays TE. I don't see that effecting them too much.

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                    • #11
                      I put the Ravens near the bottom of the list. This team got way to old almost overnight. No one is scared of that defense anymore, and they don't play with the same passion. The Steelers and Browns will most likely sweep them in the division next year, and the Bengals could split.

                      They have no QB, even if they draft one he won't be ready. They'll have to adjust to a new head coach.

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                      • #12
                        How bout the Bears? Their offense is anemic. They need an upgrade at QB, RB, WR, OL, well all the offensive positions really. Have a feeling they might get more gimmicky with Devin Hester in the offense next year.
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                        • #13
                          Im interrested to see how the Browns stack up. They just resigned Seth Mckinney so the O-Line is back intact.
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                          • #14
                            You better put the Pats #1...











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                            • #15
                              i think it would be quite bold of you to put the packers #1. they went 13-3 with the youngest team in the league and essentially have a veteran (albeit with little experience) stepping in to lead the team in aaron rodgers. the thing about him is that he plays the system so much better than favre. he throws accurately and plays "touchdown, checkdown," which with a strong running game, strong defense, and efficient passing game leads to overall dominance. figure on about 6 rookies being strong contributors again, since that is ted thompson's MO.

                              the lie-downs will be the worst team in the league. it's marinelli's third year and millen hasn't gotten rid of enough roster trash and it took him too long to get rid of what he did unload. that team is fully poised for self-destruction. plus they really lack talent, other than two wide receivers, one linebacker and maybe a safety in bullocks.

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