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NFL Power Rankings – Week 10

NFL Power Rankings – Week 10

Team of the Week - Saints
Player of the Week – Kurt Warner

Photo – Drew Brees - Saints

Rank / Team

1. Indianapolis Colts (8-0)
Colts face their arch rival this week with the Patriots coming to town.

2. New Orleans Saints (8-0)
The Saints are very explosive behind Drew Brees in this high powered attack.

3. Minnesota Vikings (7-1)
The Vikings’ and Brett Farve are well rested with the Lions coming to town.

4. New England Patriots (6-2)
Patriots and QB Tom Brady are hitting stride and could be the best in the league in time.

5. Dallas Cowboys (6-2)
Cowboys are peaking as the second half begins with many key NFC games on the agenda.

6. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2)
Steelers are prepping for a major AFC North battle with the Bengals coming to town.

7. Cincinnati Bengals (6-2)
The Bengals face their acid test with trip to Pittsburgh this week.

8. Denver Broncos (6-2)
The Broncos lost tough game vs Steelers and holds only a 1 game lead over rising Chargers.

9. Arizona Cardinals (5-3)
Cards’ Kurt Warner toasted the Bears with 5 TD passes to keep them atop the NFC West standings.

10. Philadelphia Eagles (5-3)
Eagles go on road to San Diego and Chicago next in key matchups.

11. Atlanta Falcons (5-3)
Falcons face a critical run of five NFC matchups on the schedule that may determine their fate this season.

12. San Diego Chargers (5-3)
Chargers won a key game vs the Giants that keeps them just behind the Broncos with the critical second half of the season starting.

13. New York Giants (5-4)
The Giants lost their 4th game in a row and are looking more like the Detroit Lions that title contenders.

14. Baltimore Ravens (4-4)
Ravens facing a must win situation after recent losses and have the Browns in key Monday night contest.

15. Houston Texans (5-4)
Texans have improved nicely this season and get a bye this week to prepare for playoff run.

16. New York Jets (4-4)
Bye week preps them for critical stretch run that will decide their playoff hopes.

17. Chicago Bears (4-4)
Bears are struggling to get any momentum together to mount a playoff run.

18. Green Bay Packers (4-4)
Packers were horrible vs the Bucs and have to regroup quickly with the Cowboys coming to town.

19. Miami Dolphins (3-5)
The Dolphins have played many tough games and look to soft schedule to get back into playoff hunt.

20. Buffalo Bills (3-5)
Bills look to make a run here with a stretch of games vs non contenders over next five weeks.

21. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-4)
Jags need a winning streak now to get into the playoff hunt.

22. San Francisco 49ers (3-5)
The 49ers are struggling and need to regroup for Thursday night game vs the Bears.

23. Carolina Panthers (3-5)
Panthers are slip sliding away this season.

24. Seattle Seahawks (3-5)
Seahawks hit the road for three weeks with little hope of getting back in the playoff picture.

25. Tennessee Titans (2-6)
Titans have won two in a row and hope to finish strong with an eye on next season.

26. Washington Redskins (2-6)
Skins have shown little this season and will look to wholesale changes this offseason.

27. Oakland Raiders (2-6)
The Raiders are hoping to correct things for second half after bye week.

28. Kansas City Chiefs (1-7)
Chiefs face a tough stretch of games to finish a very forgettable season.

29. Cleveland Browns (1-7)
Browns at home on Monday night vs Ravens with a chance at some credibility.

30. St. Louis Rams (1-7)
The Rams get the Saints after bye week with a chance to end their run at perfection.

31. Tampa Bay Bucs (1-7)
The Bucs shocked the Packers for their first win of the season.

32. Detroit Lions (1-7)
Lions face a tough second half schedule and working on a five game losing streak.

NFL Power Rankings – Week 6

Giants Face Saints in NFC Clash

Photo – Saints' QB Drew Brees

Rank / Team

1. New York Giants (5-0)
The Giants face a huge test traveling to New Orleans this week.

2. Indianapolis Colts (5-0)
Colts get a bye week after crushing the Titans in last victory.

3. Philadelphia Eagles (3-1)
Eagles get the horrible Raiders in Oakland this Sunday.

4. Minnesota Vikings (5-0)
The Vikings’ hope to ride Brett Favre’s hot hand with tough Ravens coming to town.

5. New Orleans Saints (5-0)
The Saints face a huge test with GMen coming to the Crescent City.

6. New England Patriots (3-2)
Patriots lost a tough one in overtime vs the Broncos last week.

7. Baltimore Ravens (3-2)
Ravens face a pivotal matchup with Vikings after coming off back to back losses.

8. Chicago Bears (3-1)
Bears face a key NFC clash traveling to Atlanta this week.

9. Denver Broncos (5-0)
The Broncos won a huge game vs Patriots that gives them momentum facing key West battle with Chargers this week.

10. Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2)
Steelers looking to a run here after a slow start.

11. Cincinnati Bengals (4-1)
The Bengals are for real with Carson Palmer at the controls.

12. New York Jets (3-2)
Jets get the Bills at home and need to terminate two game losing streak.

13. San Francisco 49ers (3-2)
The 49ers get their bye week before starting a tough stretch of games.

14. San Diego Chargers (2-2)
Chargers face a pivotal AFC West contest with Broncos coming to town for Monday nite matchup.

15. Green Bay Packers (2-2)
Packers rested with a key stretch of NFC games on the schedule.

16. Atlanta Falcons (3-1)
Falcons get Sunday night matchup with Bears in an important NFC matchup.

17. Dallas Cowboys (3-2)
Cowboys win in overtime and get this bye week to get Tony Romo right.

18. Arizona Cardinals (2-2)
Cardinals Kurt Warner is capable of beating any team in the league.

19. Miami Dolphins (2-3)
Dolphins won a key AFC East game over Jets and get their bye week to make playoff run.

20. Washington Redskins (2-3)
Skins have backed themselves into the corner with every game critical for any playoff hopes.

21. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-3)
Jags were blown out by Seahawks last week and face a critical soft schedule over next month.

22. Houston Texans (2-3)
Texans find ways to lose close games and need to step up over an upcoming stretch of tough games.

23. Seattle Seahawks (2-3)
Seahawks face another critical contest with Falcons coming to town this week.

24. Carolina Panthers (1-3)
Panthers get first win over Skins and look to build on it with Bucs and Bills on deck.

25. Buffalo Bills (1-4)
Bills lost to Browns at home 6-3. That says it all.

26. Tennessee Titans (0-5)
Titans are struggling to get their first win and travel to New England this week.

27. Cleveland Browns (1-4)
Browns get their first win over Bills and face their divisional rival the Steelers this week.

28. Oakland Raiders (1-4)
The Raiders are simply awful and possibly the worst club in the league.

29. Kansas City Chiefs (0-5)
Chiefs will be lucky to win five games this season.

30. St. Louis Rams (0-5)
The Rams have a chance to win going to Jacksonville this Sunday.

31. Detroit Lions (1-4)
Lions might join UFL before the season is over.

32. Tampa Bay Bucs (0-5)
The Bucs might gut this team in postseason with a major rebuilding job in order.

Pro Prospect – George Selvie - South Florida

Prospect George Selvie - South Florida

Pro Prospect NFL Draft – Draft Insiders' Preview - Special Offer for Full Subscription Available Now - Order Today

Photo - George Selvie - South Florida

George Selvie is one of the highly rated senior defensive players for the NFL Draft 2010. He has been instrumental in the USF fast 3-0 start this season despite special attention by offensive lines. Over 3 games, he has 14 tackles with 3 TFLs and 1 sack in a return to his sophomore performance level when he ranked with any edge defender in the nation. Last season, he flashed big play ability again, but had too many periods of inconsistent play when he struggled facing double team blocks for the first time. He is on my Senior Bowl preliminary recommended September list that will be updated several times prior to the classic All-star game and week in late January 2010.
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Pro Prospect NFL Draft – Draft Insiders' Preview Scouting Report
George Selvie - 6’4” 255 lbs. - South Florida

Quick relentless senior pass rusher returns after only a good junior performance. As a sophomore, he was a difference maker for the USF defense, showing the speed from the outside that allowed him to rank with the nation’s best pass rushers. He looks to establish himself as a complete pro prospect this fall with better hand technique and improved functional strength to perform well vs the run both at the point of attack and in pursue. He is well developed in most areas and is one of the blue chip performers at this critically vital position.

Hindu Theory Pro Prospects 2009

Hindu Theory Players '09

Hindu Theory - This theory is a takeoff on our old friend, George Young former General Manager of the New York Giants, "If NFL General Managers and scouts had one common religion, it would be Hinduism because they all believe in reincarnation. They think every new player reminds them of some former NFL performer." This theory takes into account a players' projected NFL ability, size, body type, athleticism and upside potential as a pro.

Photo - OL Max Unger - Oregon

Current Player - Reminds of
OL Max Unger - Pete Kendall
LB Larry English - LaMar Woodley
CB Lardarius Webb - Cortland Finnegan
DE/LB Connor Barwin - Mike Vrabel
Robert Ayers - Tamba Hali
TE James Casey - Owen Daniels
LB Aaron Curry - Junior Seau
WR Hakeem Nicks - Terrell Owens
LB Aaron Maybin - Jason Taylor
S William Moore - Adrian Wilson
RB Knowshon Moreno - Marshawn Lynch
LB Lawrence Sidbury - Shaun Phillips
CB Michael Ray Garvin - Chris Carr
OC Alex Mack - Jeremy Newberry
WR Percy Harvin - Steve Smith
DT Chris Baker - Tank Johnson
TE Jared Cook - Daniel Graham
S Louis Delmas - Kerry Rhodes
WR Kenny Britt - Braylon Edwards
NT B.J. Raji - Jamal Williams
OC Eric Wood - Jake Grove
LB Brian Cushing - Keith Brooking
OG Duke Robinson - Davin Joseph
RB Donald Brown - Marion Barber
TE Richard Quinn - Reggie Kelly
CB Malcolm Jenkins - Nate Clements
DE Michael Johnson - Mathias Kiwanuka
TE Chase Coffman - Zack Miller
WR Jeremy Maclin - Eddie Kennison
DT Mitch King - Dan Klecko
RB Shonn Greene - Rudi Johnson
CB Alphonso Smith - Antoine Winfield
DT Fili Moala - Shaun Cody
TE Travis Beckum - Randy McMichael
RB * Chris Wells - Jamal Lewis
OL Herman Johnson - Leonard Davis
WR Brian Robiskie - Amani Toomer

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