Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Top 10 NFL Teams [David Stefanini]

The Colts have become the only team in NFL history to start 9-0 in back-to-back seasons. They have continued to win close games, no matter who the opponents are. I don't see them going undefeated this season because of their run-defense. I also don't see them winning the AFC either for the simple fact; if they play the Chargers LT is going to break every rushing record there is for a single game. However the facts are the facts, they are 9-0 and the only team left with a 0 in the loss column, thus they stay at #1.

1) Colts- At 9-0 I doubt anyone will argue with them at #1.

2) Bears- I picked them to win the Super Bowl and that pick looks good after beating the Giants on the road.

3) SUPERChargers- LaDainian Tomlinson is simply amazing. He rushed for over 100 again and has set a new record by scoring his 15th touchdown in a 5 week span. I don't know what else to say, he is the best player in the league. By the way, this Phillip Rivers guy, is a pretty good QB.

4) Broncos- I think the discussion about Jay Cutler can wait until next year. 9 games into the season making a switch could cause this team their shot at a Super Bowl run.

5) Ravens- They have total control over their division and now with Brian Billick calling the offense rather than Jim Fassel, this team looks great.

6) Patriots- Back-to-back loses? That hasn't happened to this team in over 50 weeks. They still lead their division but they better be careful, the Jets have an easy schedule so don't expect the Jets to just start losing, the Pats need to start winning.

7) Seahawks- Without their two main weapons they have looked great. Imagine when those two come back...

8) Giants- To many injuries for this team. They should win their division but they need to get healthy quick.

9) Saints- Drew Brees is having an amazing season. BehindPeyton and LT I would say he is the MVP.

10) Cowboys- There are many teams who could be here. The Cowboys have new life in Tony Romo, and T.O just finds the end-zone. Look for them to turn it on in the second-half of the season.