NFL Power Rankings 2009: Week 10

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Team TW LW
New Orleans Saints 1 1 The Saints bolstered their secondary by signing Chris McAlister. Do they really need any more help?
Indianapolis Colts 2 2 Terrell Owens could learn something from watching the nasty hands of Reggie Wayne. Someone should have checked them for crazy glue.
Minnesota Vikings 3 3 Fran Tarkenton thinks that Brett Favre is more of a flip-flopper than John McCain.
Cincinnati Bengals 4 6 Wow, Chiefs management certainly didn’t think their banishment of Larry Johnson would result him in joining a Super Bowl contender.
New England Patriots 5 4 With two minutes left Belichick and the Pats were “on a gravy train with biscuit wheels”, but they “Munsoned” it away.
Pittsburgh Steelers 6 5 Two losses this season to the Bengals. I think it’s safe to say that there is a new sheriff in town.
Dallas Cowboys 7 8 How right was I about the implosion of the Cowboys? Right on cue.
Denver Broncos 8 9 Chris Simms will be the starter if Kyle Orton can’t play? They might as well bring Bubby Brister out of retirement.
Arizona Cardinals 9 11 The Cardinals are once again running away with their division. Maybe they’ll finish better than 9-7.
San Diego Chargers 10 14 Congratulations to LaDainian Tomlinson. His wife is pregnant and he actually played well for once this season.
Atlanta Falcons 11 7 I guess we will find out how good the Falcons really are sans Mike Turner.
Philadelphia Eagles 12 10 Two straight losses. Time to bring Kevin Kolb back in???
New York Giants 13 12 The slide continues. Are the G-men really this bad?
Baltimore Ravens 14 13 Needed a big effort in prime-time and got it.
Houston Texans 15 14 Big bye week for the Texans to figure out a way to gain ground on their biggest foe: .500.
Green Bay Packers 16 16 Am I the only person who though that Charles Woodson retired years ago?
Jacksonville Jaguars 17 18 The up and down Jaguars season continues. What’s next after a big win, a loss to the Bills?
New York Jets 18 17 For a big, mean looking snarling beast of a man, Rex Ryan sure is a cry baby.
Chicago Bears 19 19 Jay Cutler has worse field vision than Trent Edwards. Enough said.
Tenessee Titans 20 24 How hilarious is it that the Titans 86 year old owner was seen flipping the bird to the Bills sideline during the game?
Miami Dolphins 21 20 Time for Ricky “I only play to repay my debts” Williams to take the helm as the starter.
San Francisco 49ers 22 21 Off the Shnide with a win over Chicago, but big test against Green Bay next week.
Carolina Panthers 23 22 Two questions? How did the Panthers get blown out by the Bills and how did they beat Atlanta? These two questions are making me furious.
Buffalo Bills 24 23 Bye Bye, Dick Jauron. At least now he can go back to hosting Tales From the Crypt.
Seattle Seahawks 25 25 Not only does it rain all the time in Seattle, but every one of their teams (pro and college) is terrible.
Oakland Raiders 26 26 The Raiders should study film this week on how to react properly to getting steam rolled by the Bengals.
Washington Redskins 27 27 It said when your punter (Hunter Smith) makes the play of the day for your team.
St. Louis Rams T-32 T-32 Almost beat the Saints. Too bad nobody remembers almost.
Detroit Lions T-32 T-32 Nobody wants to watch the Lions on thanksgiving. I’d rather watch a flash mob pillow fight.
Kansas City Chiefs T-32 T-32 First they banish Larry Johnson, now their best player (Dwayne Bowe) is suspended for four games. Ouch town, population: them.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers T-32 T-32 The Bucs are just as bad as the Browns, but they are located in Tampa and the Browns are in Cleveland. Who wins that one?
Cleveland Browns T-32 T-32 Let’s go Cavs!

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