Ravens

Haynie & Zinno Power Rankings Week 10

View Comments
generic_football.jpg
Baltimore Ravens

Sports Fan Insider

Keep up with your favorite teams and athletes with daily updates.
Sign Up
Ravens Central
Buy Ravens Tickets
Sun Oct.19
Home vs Atlanta Falcons
findticketsbtn Haynie & Zinno Power Rankings Week 10
Sun Oct.26
Away vs Cincinnati Bengals
findticketsbtn Haynie & Zinno Power Rankings Week 10
Sun Nov.2
Away vs Pittsburgh Steelers
findticketsbtn Haynie & Zinno Power Rankings Week 10
Sun Nov.9
Home vs Tennessee Titans
findticketsbtn Haynie & Zinno Power Rankings Week 10
 

The seldom refuted, often disputed Haynie & Zinno Power Rankings for Week 10.  Feel free to let us know what you think.

 

WEEK 10

1. TEXANS – survived Soldier Field and the elements to stay atop the AFC.

2. FALCONS – beating the Saints may be the one thing they don’t do this year.

3. BEARS – Caleb Hanie wasn’t the answer last year. Jason Campbell isn’t this year.

4. 49ERS – a tie? That may help or hurt them when it comes to playoff positioning.

5. PACKERS – the Bears gave them the opening they needed. They will take advantage.

6. RAVENS – a franchise record 55 points. Now let’s see if that offense can travel.

7. PATRIOTS – some would call it a gift win over Buffalo. Especially the Bills.

8. BRONCOS – this is the most dangerous team in the AFC right now. Hands down.

9. STEELERS – Big Ben would have to be nearly dead to not play against the Ravens.

10. SEAHAWKS – If they somehow get a home playoff game, they won’t lose it.

11. GIANTS – Eli has been awful. The November swoon has started. The bye is needed.

12. COLTS – keeping pace with the Texans with two meetings ahead of them.

13. BUCCANEERS – the most underrated offense in the league keeps rolling on.

14. VIKINGS – that was a much needed win to get them back on track in the NFC North.

15. COWBOYS – they do the same thing every time the calendar hits November. Win.

16. DOLPHINS – they got smoked at home by a really bad team. Could be a sign.

17. LIONS – that was a loss that probably sealed their playoff fate in 2012.

18. RAMS – they continue to play every team tough.  Will contend next year.

19. CARDINALS – that 4-0 start is a distant memory. Let’s see how they finish.

20. SAINTS – they will make a run at this thing, even if it’s probably too late.

21. BENGALS – caught the Giants at a bad time and took full advantage.

22. REDSKINS – good to see that Mike Shanahan will let his guys play after the bye.

23. EAGLES – is this officially the end of the Michael Vick era in Philly? It was short.

24. CHARGERS – the wheels are coming off the wagon & Norv Turner will be out soon.

25. BILLS – another tough loss. Ryan Fitzpatrick’s days may be numbered as well.

26. TITANS – you better play like that when the owner puts the entire team on notice.

27. JETS – that was an awful, embarrassing showing from a team that says they can still make the playoffs.

28. PANTHERS – I feel confident in saying this year’s Cam is the real Cam Newton.

29. BROWNS – more changes should be coming with the new ownership.

30. RAIDERS – it’s amazing to think that team won 8 games last year. They’re bad.

31. CHIEFS – too bad their offense is pitiful because that defense is fast and tough.

32. JAGUARS – they are much worse to watch on national TV. Please make it stop NFL.

 

Zinno

Follow me on Twitter @MarkZinno

View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 3,253 other followers