NFL Power Rankings 2009: Week 9

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Team TW LW
New Orleans Saints 1 1 Another comeback, another win for Drew Brees and the bayou boys.
Indianapolis Colts 2 2 The battle of the undefeated continues.
Minnesota Vikings 3 3 Jared Allen: bringing back the mullet and vanilla ice shaved lines since 2009.
New England Patriots 4 4 Face the Colts this week. AKA a Pats game I’ll actually watch.
Pittsburgh Steelers 5 5 Nice win on Monday night over Denver, tough test this weekend against the Bengals.
Cincinnati Bengals 6 8 Chad Ochocinco is back to his old tricks. He tried to bribe a referee with a dollar.
Atlanta Falcons 7 7 Tony Gonzalez and his wife got naked for a recent PETA ad. Apparently, Gonzalez is a vegan. I guess you learn something new every day.
Dallas Cowboys 8 9 The ‘Boys are playing great. This is usually the time in the season where they have a meltdown.
Denver Broncos 9 6 Lucky for the Broncos, they have the ‘Skins this week.
Philadelphia Eagles 10 10 Why is Mike Vick even on the Eagles?
Arizona Cardinals 11 18 Tim Hightower and Beanie Wells combined for 149 yards against the Bears. Thunder and Lightning?
New York Giants 12 11 It’s official: The G-men are more lost than Doctor Jack Shepherd.
Baltimore Ravens 13 12 They should be sponsored by Icy Hot because this team is so hot and cold.
San Diego Chargers 14 13 LaDainian Tomlinson is the Terrell Owens of running backs.
Houston Texans 15 14 With the demotion of Steve Slaton, I officially have no starting running backs on my fantasy team.
Green Bay Packers 16 15 Dear Aaron Rodgers, try not to think about the fact that you are the first team to lose to the Bucs this year. Even the Bills beat them.
New York Jets 17 16 1-4 since 3-0, it’s just not New York’s year in the NFL.
Jacksonville Jaguars 18 21 Their best running back and receiver both have three names. It’s time to get a three named quarterback. John David Booty anyone?
Chicago Bears 19 20 Tommie Harris did his best LaGarrette Blount imitation. And that’s not a good thing.
Miami Dolphins 20 19 The team may hope that Chad Henne is going to be the next Tom Brady, but I’d love to see Pat White take more snaps in there.
San Francisco 49ers 21 17 Just as I thought, the Niners are a bigger disappointment than Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
Carolina Panthers 22 22 Yahoo Sports has the Panthers losing 28-20 to the Falcons on their schedule. They must be fortune tellers because the game won’t be played until this weekend.
Buffalo Bills 23 23 With Terrell Owens hurt, is it time for the James Hardy boat to finally land in Buffalo?
Tenessee Titans 24 25 What are the odds on the Titans finishing 10-6?
Seattle Seahawks 25 24 Time for T.J. Howsyourmama to earn that free agent contract.
Oakland Raiders 26 26 Who will have more wins when the Raiders face the ‘Skins on December 13th? The real winner will be the people who don’t watch that game.
Washington Redskins 27 27 The Redskins have hit a new low with their on field skirmishes with the Falcons.
St. Louis Rams T-32 28 The Rams are the first blah team in the five team tie for worst team in the NFL
Detroit Lions T-32 29 Wow it’s got to hurt to lose the Rams and Seahawks in successive weeks.
Kansas City Chiefs T-32 30 Bye bye Mr. Larry Johnson. Hello many more losses.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers T-32 32 Awesome creamsicle uniforms = awesome win.
Cleveland Browns T-32 31 The Saints defense has only scored two fewer touchdowns than the Browns offense.

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4 thoughts on “NFL Power Rankings 2009: Week 9

    1. Wasn’t he a high draft pick last year? I thought he played fairly well for a rookie… didn’t understand why he disappeared this year.

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