Straight to the points!;

1. How ’bout them Eagles?! It’s time to blow that team up. At least time for Andy Reid to hit the road. Most of the time a team and coach’s relationship just runs its course. I think the Eagles and Coach Reid are ready for a divorce.

2. The Falcons continue to not be the best team in the league and yet be the best team in the league (record-wise). I like each of the four teams below them in the rankings better, but they are the only undefeated team and that gets you a #1 ranking in my book.

3. DOUG MARTIN! His last three games combined stats look like this; 70 carries, 471 rushing, 6.7 avg, 6 TD’s & 10 rec, 137 receiving, 13.7 avg, 1 TD.

Damn.

4. The Giants are playing some of their most uninspired football since Weeks 11 & 12 of last season (against Philly & @ New Orleans, both losses). Everything seems flat. Offense, defense, special teams…everything.

5. The Cowboys are broken offensively. Not sure if it can even be fixed with the current players.

6. How much money will Cowboys owner Jerry Jones shower upon (now) free agent coach Sean Payton?

7. The way you’d hear people talk about the Bears you’d think they were 4-4, except they’re 7-1 and a bounce or two away from the #1 seed in the NFC. If their O-line is in order and Cutler is on his game coupled with that stellar defense and Matt Forte they are going to be an extremely hard out the rest of the way.

8. The Ravens appear to be teetering to me. They did beat the Browns, but it wasn’t pretty. The remaining schedule (Oak, @Pitt, @SD, Pitt, @Wash, Den, NYG, @Cincy) might not be so kind if they continue on with how they’ve played the last couple of weeks.

9. Who would have thought that a Week 9 match up between the Miami Dolphins and Indianapolis Colts would have so much possible playoff repercussions?

10. Andrew Luck is a monster after breaking the record for passing yards for a rookie QB with 433.

Onward to the rankings;

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

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