NFL TEAMS RANKINGS - TONY RATINGS

NFL TEAMS RANKINGS - TONY RATINGS

Post by ANTHONY MICHAEL RUT » Tue, 06 Dec 1994 13:35:25


1.  San Fran (11-2)  Unbelievable O
2.  Dallas  (11-2)   Like in college, #2 till they beat #1
3.  Pittsburgh (10-3)   Plays like an NFC team, maybe AFC hope to snap streak
4.  Miami (8-4) Regardless of Buffalo game, ranked ahead of SD because of O
5.  San Diego (9-3) Ranking won't change regardless of Mon. Night result
6.  Minnesota (8-5) Some respectablility back with win over Chicago
7.  Cleveland (9-4) Giants game makes you wonder a little
8.  Chicago   (8-5) Good but still playing over their heads
9.  Denver    (7-6) Next to Pitt, AFC's hottest team
10. Green Bay  (6-7) First the O, now the D, still with the potential
11. KC         (7-6) Fading back (no!, not Joe Montana)
12. Detroit     (7-6)   Good-bye Mitchell, new life for Lions
13. New England (7-6) In playoff race for overachieving Parcell/Bledsoe bunch
14. Phily       (7-6) Few teams have played as bad as Philly the last 4 weeks
15. Buffalo     (6-6) If they beat Miami, move them to #10 and slide everyone
                else down
16. NY Jets     (6-7)   Learn how to win close games, and you'll be ranked
                        higher and maybe make the playoffs
17. LA Raiders  (6-6)   Move them ahead of Jets if they beat SD on Mon
18. Arizona     (6-7)   Hey, but they're still in the race
19. NY Giants   (6-7)   Gained some respectability with Cleveland win
20. Indy Colts (6-7)T   I can't figure these 2 teams out, one week they look
20. Atlanta    (6-7)T   like they can beat anoyne, next week Prarie View would
                        be a tough opponent
22. New Orleans (5-8)   This team has peaked, will get worse in years to come
23. Cincy       (2-11)  Could have won a least two more games if Blake started
                        all year
24. L.A. Rams    (4-9)  Defense decent, O way too many turnovers
25. Seattle     (4-9)   Treasure those first few weeks
26. Tampa Bay Bucs (4-9)  2 in row, prolonging that 10 loss season
27. Nebraska
28. Penn State
29. Washington      (2-11) Embarrassments to the NFL
30. Houston         (1-12)
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NFL TEAMS RANKINGS - TONY RATINGS

Post by Kevin Moo » Tue, 06 Dec 1994 15:09:12


: 1.  San Fran (11-2)  Unbelievable O
: 2.  Dallas  (11-2)   Like in college, #2 till they beat #1
: 3.  Pittsburgh (10-3)   Plays like an NFC team, maybe AFC hope to snap streak
: 4.  Miami (8-4) Regardless of Buffalo game, ranked ahead of SD because of O
: 5.  San Diego (9-3) Ranking won't change regardless of Mon. Night result
: 6.  Minnesota (8-5) Some respectablility back with win over Chicago
: 7.  Cleveland (9-4) Giants game makes you wonder a little
: 8.  Chicago   (8-5) Good but still playing over their heads
: 9.  Denver    (7-6) Next to Pitt, AFC's hottest team
: 10. Green Bay  (6-7) First the O, now the D, still with the potential
: 11. KC         (7-6) Fading back (no!, not Joe Montana)
: 12. Detroit     (7-6)   Good-bye Mitchell, new life for Lions
: 13. New England (7-6) In playoff race for overachieving Parcell/Bledsoe bunch
: 14. Phily       (7-6) Few teams have played as bad as Philly the last 4 weeks
: 15. Buffalo     (6-6) If they beat Miami, move them to #10 and slide everyone
:                 else down
: 16. NY Jets     (6-7)   Learn how to win close games, and you'll be ranked
:                         higher and maybe make the playoffs
: 17. LA Raiders  (6-6)   Move them ahead of Jets if they beat SD on Mon
: 18. Arizona     (6-7)   Hey, but they're still in the race
: 19. NY Giants   (6-7)   Gained some respectability with Cleveland win
: 20. Indy Colts (6-7)T   I can't figure these 2 teams out, one week they look
: 20. Atlanta    (6-7)T   like they can beat anoyne, next week Prarie View would
:                         be a tough opponent
: 22. New Orleans (5-8)   This team has peaked, will get worse in years to come
: 23. Cincy       (2-11)  Could have won a least two more games if Blake started
:                         all year
: 24. L.A. Rams    (4-9)  Defense decent, O way too many turnovers
: 25. Seattle     (4-9)   Treasure those first few weeks
: 26. Tampa Bay Bucs (4-9)  2 in row, prolonging that 10 loss season
: 27. Nebraska
: 28. Penn State
: 29. Washington      (2-11) Embarrassments to the NFL
: 30. Houston         (1-12)
: Anthony M. Rutch                        328 Adams Street
: Materials Science and Engineering       Apt.  102
: BS: 1994                                Bethlehem PA 18015
: MS: ????                                (610)  882-2160
: Office Phone 758-5474

Interesting ranking Nebraska and Penn State above both the Redskins and
Oilers.  Although this is funny, the truth is even the worst team in the
NFL would destroy the best team in college football just based on size.
But it would be interesting to watch!

 
 
 

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Post by Leo Jam » Tue, 06 Dec 1994 14:58:14



Quote:
>27. Nebraska
>28. Penn State

Don't believe everything you read in polls, my friend!  You're going
to see two teams play in the Sugar bowl who are *both* capable of do-
in' the *** to *either* of these two teams.

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Post by Kevin Napolita » Wed, 07 Dec 1994 04:59:14

[please note: parts not pertaining to post have
 been deleted]  
:: 27. Nebraska
:: 28. Penn State
:: 29. Washington      (2-11) Embarrassments to the NFL
:: 30. Houston         (1-12)
:: Anthony M. Rutch                        328 Adams Street
:
:Interesting ranking Nebraska and Penn State above both the
:Redskins and Oilers.  Although this is funny, the truth is
:even the worst team in the NFL would destroy the best team
:in college football just based on size. But it would be
:interesting to watch!

Here in San Diego, San Diego State's pathetic offensive
line weighs more than the Charger O-Line. If USC's O-Line
were compared to the Rams O-Line, USC's  would probably
be bigger if not comparable in size.

The difference between Pros and College is _ability_,
not size. Although... Penn St. and Nebraska probably have
better QB's than Houston :)

kevin