NFL Power Rankings: Preseason

NFL Power Rankings - Pre-Season

Will Drew Brees lift the Lombardi Trophy a second time, or will there be a new Superbowl Champion in 2010?

NFL Power Rankings: Pre-Season

Check out our Week 1 NFL Power Rankings!

The elite ten teams have to start with the Superbowl winner and runner-up, but the next eight aren’t too far behind. The QB’s in charge of each of the top nine teams hold the key to their success in 2010, especially the Texans, Eagles and Jets. Mark Sanchez, Matt Schaub, and Kevin Kolb haven’t shown that they can lead their team to the promised land, although each have shown flashes of the ability to do so.

1. New Orleans Saints
2. Indianapolis Colts
3. Baltimore Ravens
4. Minnesota Vikings
5. Green Bay Packers
6. New England Patriots
7. Dallas Cowboys
8. Houston Texans
9. New York Jets
10. Philadelphia Eagles

Check out our Pre-Season NCAA Top 25 for 2010!

The next dozen teams are either on an up-swing (Chiefs, Niners, Bengals) or on the wrong side of the slope (Chargers, Cardinals, Steelers). To make the playoffs, an off-season gamble has to work out for these teams to have a chance at the Lombardi Trophy.

11. San Diego Chargers
12. Cincinnati Bengals
13. New York Giants
14. San Francisco 49ers
15. Atlanta Falcons
16. Miami Dolphins
17. Arizona Cardinals
18. Kansas City Chiefs
19. Denver Broncos
20. Tennessee Titans
21. Pittsburgh Steelers
22. Chicago Bears

If your favorite team is this far down, you might want to look at our 2011 NFL Mock Draft, as these teams are going to have all of January and February to figure out their plan.

23. Washington Redskins
24. Detroit Lions
25. Seattle Seahawks
26. Carolina Panthers
27. Jacksonville Jaguars
28. Cleveland Browns
29. Oakland Raiders
30. Tampa Bay Bucs
31. St. Louis Rams
32. Buffalo Bills

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7 Responses to “NFL Power Rankings: Preseason”

  1. Chany says:

    I think the top 10 are-
    1. Cowboys
    2. Jets
    3. Colts
    4. Packers
    5. Ravens
    6. Vikings
    7. Saints
    8. Patriots
    9. Chargers
    10. Panthers

  2. Jared says:

    I have Denver at 18 AND 20. Mistake…KC should be at 20, Denver at 18. JNIMZ

  3. Jared says:

    I like your list a lot… most power-rankings I see-(Peter King), are pretty bad…

    This is Peter Kings’ list…

    1.GB
    2.SD*
    3.Balt
    4.IND
    5.NO
    6.MIA*
    7.NYJ
    8.CAR*
    9.NYG*
    10.DAL
    11.SEA*
    12.PIT*
    13.MIN*
    14.NE-PATS*
    15.PHI
    16.ATL
    17.HOU
    18.DEN
    19.SF
    20.WAS
    21.JAC
    22.ARI
    23.CIN
    24.DET
    25.CHI
    26.KC
    27.TEN
    28.OAK
    29.CLE
    30.TB
    31.BUF
    32.STL
    I put * next to the ones that I thought were rediculous, whether too high or too low. But the major ones are….SD #2,MIA#6,CAR#7,MIN #13. The Pats at 14 is pretty low too, but outside of NE, I think most people wold put the Pats between 8-12. I thought Kings’ whole list was pretty out-there.

    MY list as of now.

    1. NO
    2. BAL
    3. IND
    4. MIN
    5. GB
    6. DAL
    7. NYJ
    8. NE
    9. CIN
    10. SD
    11. MIA
    12. HOU
    13. PHI
    14. SF
    15. ATL
    16. NYG
    17. CHI
    18. DEN
    19. WAS
    20. KC
    21. PIT
    22. DET
    23. TEN
    24. ARI
    25. CAR
    26. SEA
    27. OAK
    28. JAC
    29. CLE
    30. TB
    31. STL
    32. BUF

    JNIMZ

    • NEPD says:

      The Carolina ranking is bad, but having the Seahawks ranked below the Vikings is ludicrous. PK is not a coffee guy, not a football guy.

  4. not a fan says:

    the chiefs are above the titans, redskins, broncos, and bears? no way man haha maybe the bears but thats it.






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