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Week 14 NFL Power Rankings

The Packers should absolutely try to go 19-0 this season. I can’t even believe there is any discussion about it. They won a Super Bowl last season with just about the exact same roster. Almost every player, coach, scout, trainer and front office worker in that organization has a Super Bowl ring. The opportunity is before them to do something that has never been done in the history of the NFL. They have the chance to not only win another championship and be regarded as the best team in the league this year, they have the chance to become the most prolific team in NFL history. Ever. End of question. And if they go 19-0, there’s a chance that will never happen again.

It is often said that winning a Super Bowl is the ultimate goal of a professional football player. I believe that to be true in almost every circumstance. But when one achieves the ultimate goal, doesn’t one strive to achieve something greater? Shouldn’t one strive to achieve something greater? It would be insane to me if every person in that organization didn’t want to go 19-0.

History only remember champions. But the Packers are already champions, and they always will be. Their achievement last year can never be taken from them. If they want to be truly remembered by history, they should strive to create it.

So this week they will remain out of the top spot in these Power Rankings, because I know Aaron Rodgers reads this blog, and it will make him angry and he will want to prove my stupid formula wrong.

BIGGEST MOVERS:

  • UP: Jets (13 to 9), Jaguars (15 to 14)
  • DOWN: Bills (20 to 23)

 TEAM

LAST_WEEK

RECORD

RANKINGS_INDEX

1.

Texans

 1

(.7176)

 10-3

.7177

2.

Packers

 3

(.7029)

 13-0

.6928

3.

49ers

 2

(.7110)

10-3

.6857

4.

Ravens

4

 (.6741)

 10-3

.6803

5.

Steelers

5

(.6472)

 10-3

 .6551

6.

Saints

6

(.6095)

 10-3

 .6119

7.

Patriots

 7

(.5950)

 10-3

 .5945

8.

Lions

8

 (.5728)

 8-5

 .5724

9.

Jets

13

(.5205)

 8-5

 .5466

10.

Falcons

 10

(.5335)

 8-5

 .5407

11.

Cowboys

 9

(.5604)

 7-6

 .5395

12.

Bengals

11

  (.5296)

 7-6

 .5139

13.

Bears

12

 (.5239)

 7-6

 .5124

14.

Chargers

16

(.4409)

 6-7

 .4891

15.

Titans

14

 (.5022)

 7-6

 .4852

16.

Seahawks

17

(.4389)

 6-7

 .4595

17.

Giants

15

(.4434)

 7-6

 .4516

18.

Broncos

19

 (.4287)

 8-5

 .4512

19.

Eagles

21

 (.4120)

 5-8

  .4479

20.

Dolphins

18

 (.4357)

 4-9

 .4205

21.

Jaguars

25

(.3727)

 4-9

 .4174

22.

Raiders

22

 (.4123)

 7-6

 .4172

23.

Bills

20

 (.4262)

 5-8

 .3915

24.

Cardinals

27

 (.3668)

 6-7

 .3867

25.

Panthers

23

 (.4000)

4-9

 .3824

26.

Browns

24

 (.3886)

4-9

 .3813

27.

Redskins

26

 (.3679)

4-9

 .3591

28.

Chiefs

28

(.3602)

5-8

 .3435

29.

Vikings

29

 (.3273)

 2-11

 .3145

30.

Buccaneers

30

 (.3144)

 4-9

 .2785

31.

Rams

31

 (.2508)

 2-11

 .2440

32.

Colts

32
(.1431)
 0-13  .1459
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  1. December 18, 2011 at 11:20 am

    Just wanted to ask of some possibility of changes as to the data, if possible?

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