The United Football Bloggers are at it again.
As previously stated, UFB remains a growing source for a great power ranking. They, for some reason unknown to me, allow me to give them my power rankings and along with 9 other bloggers, we get the average. I realize that only averaging 10 might not come across as a huge network, but it’s growing and it’s fun to see the average.
Click here for the top-15, below is an excerpt:
(15) 13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0-1 – next at Minnesota Vikings
It was a tough loss in week one for the Buccaneers. They are a good team, the Lions are just better. It was a match up of two potential wild card teams and they put on a great game for the fans. Next week they will bounce back against the Vikings. Remember, last year they were 6-2 on the road!
(5) 14. Atlanta Falcons 0-1 – next vs Philadelphia Eagles
White was a non factor, Ryan looked rushed and panicky, and the offense just looked normal. The Falcons have never been a good outdoors team in the Matt Ryan era, but if they can’t continue their home dominance in week 2 against the “Dream Team”, they will find themselves 0-2.
(NR) 15. Arizona Cardinals 1-0 – next at Washington Redskins
With many concerns that this defense allowed 422 yards by a rookie quarterback (Cam Newton), they round up our top 15 be making their introduction to the list. Patrick Peterson dazzled us with his return and Kolb put on a impressive performance for his new team. Let’s see if he can back that up this week against the Redskins.
( ) left of rankings indicates previous weeks rankings
( ) next to teams indicates first place votes
UFB Power Rankers are:
Frank Hyun of Patriots Review
Ronnie Kohrt of Ronnie K’s Blog
David Calagis of The Football Genius
Mr. Kangaroo of The Beast of the East
J. Lew of Wild Wild West
Brandon Clark of Titan Sized
Steven Lourie of Football Fan Spot
Mr. C.J. Sports of CJ Sports NFL Talk
The Wizard of The Wizard’s Corner
Mrs. NFL of Football Talk with Mrs. NFL
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