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Giants-Washington and the First Power Ranking

Just a quick note on tonight’s game, and a table for all you guys who enjoy power rankings.

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NFL Week 3 Round-Up and Rankings

Having already covered the real life losers from the weekend, let’s move on to the pretend winners and losers: me, Bill Simmons, and the models.  I’ll start with the Hilton SuperContest.  For the most part, it’s been a rough start.  … Continue reading

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NFL Power Rankings and the Thursday Night Pick

UPDATE about tonight’s game.  Everyone enjoys power rankings, which is to say everyone enjoys complaining about power rankings.  How can My Favorite Team be 5th?  It’s obvious that Team #25 would beat Team #20, come on.  Team #3 already beat … Continue reading

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NFL Playoff Races and Power Rankings

Things are looking pretty tight in the playoff races for the rest of the season.  Looking at the NFC standings today, the Eagles are one game ahead of the Giants and two ahead of Washington; Chicago and Green Bay are … Continue reading

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Dear Wade: We Fired You For Nothing. Heart, Jerry

As you’ve probably heard, Jerry Jones of the Cowboys fired Wade Phillips after having said that he would not fire him during the season.  Presumably, putting in a new coach should invigorate the team and get a better effort out … Continue reading

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The Raiders Make a Move

This past weekend the Raiders took the Broncos out to the woodshed to the tune of a 59-14 victory.  They scored through the air and on the ground; they scored on an interception return and with a field goal.  They … Continue reading

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The Curious Case of the Chargers

The Chargers, despite being considered one of the best teams in the league both by myself and others, lost again this weekend and moved to 2-4 on the season.  This highlights a conundrum that often comes up in sports: how … Continue reading

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