Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Week 16 Top 10

Another exciting week is in the books and we're one Sunday away from the Playoffs. Not much debate about this weeks top 10 as we head into the final week of the season.

1) Patriots - Take a load off, Brady. (CL)
2) Falcons - The Falcons will likely have home field advantage throughout the playoffs but just proved they are beatable in Atlanta. (CL)
3) Ravens - Still praying for a Steelers loss Sunday, but nobody wants to play this team in the playoffs, just ask the Patriots. (AB)
4) Saints - Big momentum builder at the right time. Hello Post Season. (AB)
5) Steelers - A win in Cleveland is the difference between No. 2 and No. 6. (CL)
6) Bears - Today, the NFC North and a No. 2 seed. Tomorrow, the World? (AB)
7) Packers - Win and they’re in. Who else thinks this team could Shock-And-Awe the NFL? (AB)
8) Chiefs - All year people were just waiting for the other shoe to drop on the Chiefs season. Still waiting. (CL)
9) Eagles - The two extra days of rest didn’t do anything for the Eagles playoff chances. (CL)
10) Jets - Sneaking into the playoffs again. Hardly noteworthy. (AB)

Honorable Mentions - Colts, Rams (yeah, thats right).

1 comment:

  1. I like seeing the (my) Rams get an Honorable Mention. They have balled well with Sam Bradford and as long as he's healthy and stays away from Girlie Shows, he's gonna pan out fine. Good Kid! Good Kid!

    The (my) Eagles Did Not impress anyone on Tuesday's Sunday Night Football. They were also on the receiving end of a couple extra days to prepare for the game and yet it appears the Vikes got the better time in. I think they'll be fine in the playoffs but their margin for errors in games are zero.

    So the Chargers aren't Super this year and wind up not only not winning the AFC West but Missing the Playoffs! Very Disappointing for a six season streak to end if you're an SD fan. Nice get by the Chiefs for the Title Crown. Week One was a foot-kicking-the-door-open moment for them. Staying healthy, keeping chemistry and (staying out of Girlie Shows) will help to make them a tougher contender in seasons to come.

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