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Broncos & Cardinals Top NFL Power Rankings

Broncos & Cardinals Top NFL Power Rankings

NFL Power Rankings Week 9 –
Broncos and Cardinals Top AFC & NFC

Rookies of the Week –
Offensive Player – WR John Brown - Cardinals

Defensive Player – LB Anthony Barr - Vikings

Photo – QB Ben Roethlisberger - Steelers

Players of the Week
Offensive Player - QB Ben Roethlisberger - Steelers

Defensive Player - DE J.J. Watt - Texans

Team of Week 8 - Cardinals
Matchup of Week 9 – Broncos at Patriots

Rank / Team / Record

1. Denver Broncos (6-1)
Broncos’ beat division rival Chargers handily in last one.

2. Arizona Cardinals (6-1)
Cards took care of the Eagles at home.

3. Philadelphia Eagles (5-2)
Eagles give up too many big plays.

4. Seattle Seahawks (4-3)
What happened to all those unbeatable claims.

5. Indianapolis Colts (5-3)
Colts were slammed by the Steelers 51-34 in last one.

6. Cincinnati Bengals (4-2-1)
The Bengals beat North arch rival Ravens in key victory last week.

7. Detroit Lions (6-2)
Lions get a week off after edging out the Falcons across the pond.

8. San Diego Chargers (5-3)
Chargers have lost two in a row to West rivals the Broncos and Chiefs.

9. New England Patriots (6-2)
Patriots just find a way to win in soft AFC East.

10. Baltimore Ravens (5-3)
The Ravens’ lost a tough one in Cincinnati and travel to Pittsburgh this week.

11. Green Bay Packers (5-3)
Packers’ were hot vs Saints and Panthers and get bye week to regroup for playoff push.

12. Dallas Cowboys (6-2)
Cowboys were whipped by the Redskins with QB Tony Romo hurt in the process.

13. San Francisco 49ers (4-3)
The 49ers are looking to start a streak with tough NFC matchups over the next month.

14. Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3)
Steelers’ bombed the Colts in critical win with arch enemy the Ravens coming in Sunday nite.

15. Kansas City Chiefs (4-3)
The Chiefs are looking to get a streak going here with Jets coming to town.

16. Buffalo Bills (5-3)
The hot and cold Bills’ rest this week with five critical AFC matchups waiting starting in early November.

17. Miami Dolphins (4-3)
The Dolphins get the staggering Chargers at home in key AFC matchup.

18. New York Giants (3-4)
The GMen are well rested for the Colts Monday nite to start a demanding schedule over the next month of play.

19. Carolina Panthers (3-4-1)
The Panthers are sliding and face the Saints tonight in critical NFC South contest.

20. Chicago Bears (3-5)
The Bears are falling apart and get a week off to regroup before a complete NFC second half schedule.

21. Houston Texans (4-4)
Texans are hanging tough and face a in matchup with Eagles coming in Sunday.

22. New Orleans Saints (3-4)
Saints face almost a must win situation tonight at Carolina for their playoff hopes.

23. Cleveland Browns (4-3)
The Browns get another soft opponent this week with Bucs coming to town.

24. Washington Redskins (3-5)
The Skins won their Super Bowl vs Cowboys in last one.

25. St. Louis Rams (2-5)
The Rams are one of the disappointing teams this year and travel to San Fran this week.

26. Atlanta Falcons (2-6)
Falcons find ways to lose and face a major shakeup this offseason.

27. Minnesota Vikings (3-5)
Vikings can only beat the soft clubs. Get the Skins at home on Sunday.

28. Tennessee Titans (2-6)
The Titans are off this week and no one cares.

29. New York Jets (1-7)
The Jets are a total train wreck.

30. Tampa Bay Bucs (1-6)
Bucs are bottom feeders because they trade top ten picks for 3rd day selections.

31. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-7)
The Jaguars’ are back to reality with loss to the Dolphins.

32. Oakland Raiders (0-7)
The Raiders are after the Lions 0-16 record.

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Mississippi St. Earns #1 Spot in Inaugural College Playoff Rankings

Mississippi St. Earns #1 Spot in the Inaugural College Football Playoff Rankings

Photo – QB Dak Prescott – Mississippi St.

Team of the Week – LSU

Players of the Week
Offense – QB Trevone Boykin - TCU

Defense – DE Joey Bosa – Ohio St

Matchup for Week 9 – Auburn at Ole Miss

Draft Insiders’ – Top 25 Teams – Oct. 29
1. Mississippi State - 7-0
2. Florida State - 7-0
3. Oregon - 7-1
4. Alabama - 7-1
5. Notre Dame - 6-1
6. Ole Miss - 7-1
7. Auburn - 6-1
8. Michigan State - 7-1
9. Georgia - 6-1
10. Ohio State - 6-1
11. Baylor - 6-1
12. TCU - 6-1
13. Kansas State - 6-1
14. LSU - 7-2
15 Arizona - 6-1
16. Arizona State - 6-1
17. Nebraska - 7-1
18. East Carolina - 6-1
19. Utah - 6-1
20. Oklahoma - 5-2
21. West Virginia - 6-2
22. Clemson - 6-2
23. Duke - 6-1
24. Louisville - 6-2
25. Marshall - 8-0

Inaugural College Playoff Rankings - Top 25
Rank / Team / 1st Place Votes / Record / Points

1. Mississippi State
2. Florida State
3. Auburn
4. Ole Miss
5. Oregon
6. Alabama
7. TCU
8. Michigan State
9. Kansas State
10. Notre Dame
11. Georgia
12. Arizona
13. Baylor
14. Arizona State
15. Nebraska
16. Ohio State
17. Utah
18. Oklahoma
19. LSU
20. West Virginia
21. Clemson
22. UCLA
23. East Carolina
24. Duke
25. Louisville

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

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Pro Prospect Rankings - NFL Draft 2015 - Receivers & Tight Ends

Pro Prospect Rankings - NFL Draft 2015
Wide Receivers & Tight Ends
Midseason 2014 Rankings * underclassmen

Photo – TE Devin Funchess – Michigan

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Wide Receivers:
1. * Amari Cooper - Alabama - 6-1, 200
2. * Sammie Coates - Auburn - 6-2, 200
3. * Jaelen Strong - Arizona State - 6-4, 215
4. Kevin White - West Virginia - 6-3, 210
5. Ty Montgomery - Stanford -6-2, 215
6. * Dorial Green-Beckham - Oklahoma - 6-5, 225
7. * Stefon Diggs - Maryland - 6-0, 195
8. Josh Harper - Fresno State - 6-1, 185
9. * Nelson Agholor - Southern California - 6-1, 190
10. DeVante Parker - Louisville - 6-3, 210
11. Kasen Williams - Washington - 6-2, 220
12. Rashad Greene - Florida State - 6-0, 180
13.* Deontay Greenberry - Houston - 6-3, 200
14. Titus Davis - Central Michigan - 6-2, 190
15. Justin Hardy - East Carolina - 6-0, 190
16. Dres Anderson - Utah - 6-2, 190
17. Tony Lippett - Michigan State - 6-3, 190
18. Austin Hill - Arizona - 6-2, 210
19. Jamison Crowder - Duke - 5-9, 175
20. Antwan Goodley - Baylor - 5-10, 225
21. Devante Davis - UNLV - 6-3, 210
22. Kenny Bell - Nebraska - 6-1, 185
23. Levi Norwood - Baylor - 6-1, 195
24. Tyler Lockett - Kansas State - 5-11, 175
25. Phillip Dorsett - Miami (Fla.) - 5-10, 185

Tight Ends:
1. * Devin Funchess - Michigan - 6-5, 220
2. Nick O'Leary - Florida State - 6-3, 244
3. Jeff Heuerman - Ohio State - 6-5, 255
4. * Tyler Kroft - Rutgers - 6-5, 240
5. Ben Koyack - Notre Dame - 6-4, 260
6. E.J. Bibbs - Iowa State - 6-3, 260
7. Wes Saxton - South Alabama - 6-4, 235
8. C.J. Uzomah - Auburn - 6-4, 265
9. Jake McGee - Florida - 6-5, 255
10. Rory Anderson - South Carolina - 6-5, 235
11. MyCole Pruitt - Southern Illinois - 6-3, 255
12. Sam Arneson - Wisconsin - 6-4, 255
13. Gabe Holmes - Purdue - 6-5, 255
14. Blake Bell - Oklahoma - 6-6, 260
15. Clive Walford - Miami (Fla.) - 6-4, 265
16. Gerald Christian - Louisville - 6-3, 2457
17. Eric Tomlinson - Texas-El Paso - 6-7, 265
18. Randall Telfer - Southern California - 6-4, 260
19. Nick Boyle - Delaware - 6-5, 270
20. Connor Hamlett - Oregon State - 6-7, 265

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

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Watch List for the 20th Chuck Bednarik Award

Watch List for the 20th Chuck Bednarik Award

The Maxwell Football Club expanded its 2013 Watch List for the 20th Chuck Bednarik Award. The Chuck Bednarik Award has been presented since 1995 and is named in honor of Chuck Bednarik. Mr. Bednarik is a member of both the College Football Hall of Fame 69' and the NFL Hall of Fame 67'.

Photo – DE/LB Vic Beasley – Clemson

Semifinalists for the Bednarik Award will be announced on November 3rd and three finalists for each award will be announced November 24th. The winner of the 2014 Bednarik Award will be announced as part of the Home Depot College Football Awards Show which will be held on December 11th.

Chuck Bednarik Award List
Henry Anderson DE Stanford Senior
Stephone Anthony LB Clemson Senior
Vic Beasley DE Clemson Senior
Michael Bennett DT Ohio State Senior
Joey Bosa DE Ohio State Soph.
Kelby Brown LB Duke Senior
Malcom Brown DT Texas Junior
Shilique Calhoun DE Michigan State Junior
Alex Carter CB Stanford Junior
Sam Carter S TCU Senior
Jeremy Cash S Duke Junior
Frank Clark DE Michigan Senior
Henry Coley LB Virginia Senior
Landon Collins S Alabama Junior
Christian Covington DT Rice Junior
Su’a Cravens S USC Soph.
Carl Davis DT Iowa Senior
Paul Dawson LB TCU Senior
Trey DePriest LB Alabama Senior
Quandre Diggs CB Texas Senior
Lorenzo Doss CB Tulane Junior
Kurtis Drummond S Michigan State Senior
Alvin Dupree DE Kentucky Senior
Mario Edwards DE Florida State Junior
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu CB Oregon Senior
Kyler Fackrell LB Utah State Junior
Devonte Fields DE (ex-TCU) Soph.
Trey Flowers DE Arkansas Senior
Leonard Floyd LB Georgia Soph.
Dante Fowler DE Florida Junior
Kendall Fuller CB Virginia Tech Soph.
Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M Frosh.
Markus Golden DE Missouri Senior
Senquez Golson CB Mississippi Senior
Randy Gregory DE Nebraska Junior

Continue to Next Page for Complete List

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

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#2 Florida St. beats #5 Notre Dame in Classic Matchup

College Football Monday - Week 8

#2 Florida St. beats #5 Notre Dame in Classic Matchup

Team of the Week: Florida St.

Players Of Week
Offense: QB Jameis Winston – Florida St
Defense: S Cedric Thompson - Minnesota

Photo: QB Dak Prescott – Mississippi St.

Upcoming Game of the Week: #2 Ole Miss (6-0) at #22 LSU (6-2)

SEC West Places Four Clubs in Top Five

The top ten had another major shakeup with three clubs losing critical matchups. Florida St. beat Notre Dame in a classic battle that ended with an Irish penalty on an apparent go ahead touchdown. ND was rightly called for a pass interference call on a pick play that scored the winning score. The Seminoles made a great comeback to go 7-0 behind a laser hot QB Jameis Winston who climbed right in the middle of the Heisman Trophy race with the victory. The win extended the FSU winning streak to 23 games Winston was incredible throughout the 2nd half comeback that saw him complete 15 of his last 16 passes. He still faces possible suspensions from an alleged sexual assault from Dec. 2012 and illegal earning money for signing autographs through the recent offseason. The Seminoles face a fairly easy remaining schedule that probably earns them a spot in the final four in January.

The SEC West division continues to get national news with four teams ranked in the top five clubs, a new milestone in the AP polls. With Mississippi St sitting out this past week with a bye and Ole Miss beating a soft Tennessee club, both Alabama and Auburn moved into the top five with Baylor and Notre Dame losing. Both the Egg Bowl (Mississippi St vs Ole Miss) and Iron Bowl (Alabama vs Auburn) will have major final four implications this year, in two the best rivalries in college football.

Ole Miss goes to LSU this week in what may be the best matchup on the schedule. LSU is currently in 5th place in the SEC West, though certainly capable of beating the Rebels at home. The sleeping Giant in the SEC may be the East leader Georgia which moved into the top ten off a nice win over Arkansas. They play Florida in the biggest cocktail party game, though the matchup has lost its luster with the Gators falling significantly in recent years. The countdown on HC Will Muschamp’s tenure is reaching a peak with only five games remaining on the schedule.

Kansas St. hung on to beat Oklahoma that puts them atop the balanced Big 12 Conference. K-State and TCU have moved into the top ten area but will need help to elevate into the top five. TCU thumped Oklahoma St. 42-9. An unbeaten Baylor team was thrashed by an underrated West Virginia team that saw them fall to #12 in the AP Poll. Baylor had dodged a bullet the prior week, coming back from a 21 point deficit to beat a TCU team in overtime.

Heisman Trophy Race
QB Jameis Winston – Florida St
Erratic sophomore passer comes off his best performance in a huge victory over Notre Dame. The effort puts in position to repeat as both the Heisman Trophy and national champion.

QB Dak Prescott – Mississippi St.
Junior passer is back in action this week at Kentucky. His biggest games come late vs Alabama and Ole Miss that could determine the final Heisman race overcome.

RB Todd Gurley - Georgia
Power junior back sat out his second consecutive game due to suspension for signing memorabilia. It has all but eliminated him form the Heisman race.

QB Marcus Mariota – Oregon
Slick mobile passer had a strong game vs Washington that keeps him in the discussion. With no matchups vs top ten clubs on the schedule, he may have trouble gaining momentum for a push over the second half of the season.

Upset of the Week – LSU beats Ole Miss in Baton Rouge.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes ‘College Football Mondays’ weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

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