The NFL Rankings Are In - Let the 2012 Season Begin

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July 29, 2012; St. Joseph, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman David Mims (70) and linebacker Justin Houston (50) run blocking drills as offensive line coach Jack Bicknell Jr. watches during training camp at Missouri Western State University. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-US PRESSWIRE

17.   Kansas City Chiefs – Have talent with Charles, Bowe, and Berry – could challenge Denver in the West.

18.    Arizona Cardinals – Need to start Skelton at QB, and let young D continue to make plays.

19.    Tennessee Titans – Over achieved last year.  Below average team that does play over the heads.

20.    New York Jets – Rex Ryan’s team can be labeled the Eagles of the AFC – over-hyped and headed for a 7-9 season.

21.    Cincinnati Bengals – Dalton will take a step back, and Bengals will become Bungles again- no running game.

22.    San Diego Chargers – The Sun has set on the Lighting Bolts, may actually even be worse then this ranking.

23.    Seattle Seahawks – Don’t get the pre-season hype?  Still think are below average, even with Lynch at RB.

24.    Jacksonville Jaguars  – RB Jones Drew is only thing keeping them from the very bottom of the league.

25.    Oakland Raiders – The Raiders change coaches every year and are still stuck in the mud.

July 27, 2012; Ashburn, VA, USA; Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III (10) throws the ball during Redskins training camp at Redskins Park. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-US PRESSWIRE

26.    Washington Redskins – RG III will make some plays, but the Redskins are still well below average.

27.    Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Added Nicks and Jackson to the Offense, but still have major holes on D.

28.   St. Louis Rams – Fisher will make them play hard, but not much talent on either side of the ball.

29.    Minnesota Vikings – AD is going to stand for another defeat in 2012 – not Adrian Peterson.

30.    Indianapolis Colts – Still not sold on Luck, but have some talent, will continue to rebuild.

31.    Cleveland Browns – Trent Richardson has a Jim Brown type task ahead of him.

32.    Miami Dolphins – Don’t understand the Offseason transactions – Marshall out Chad in – Tannehill in the Draft that early?

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  • Californy

    Wow interesting ranking, unfortunately I dont buy into what people say on these team. It hard to put the Cleveland brown the number 1 DB rank in the 31th spot. I guess if you go to last year ranking no one had the Giants finishing the best in the NFL. How about Jacksonville rank 24th when their defence finished 7th in the NFL. The Cowboy ranking is very generous too. These rookie have not proven anything yet and you want to crown them division champs already. i rather us be rank 32 in this power ranking. I rather be underestimated than overestimated base on these ranking, The only ranking that matter to me is the number in the score card every week. I just want a higher number than the other team every week we can achieve this. I take the approach from the back of the pack, one week at a time, one victim every week. I dont care how ugly it may get, as long as we excape with the win. The season is going to be tough, as long as we come out swing and continue to battle to the end, that all I really want. The best effort from the boys that would make us proud fans to say “How about dem Cowboys”.