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2013 NFL Power Rankings: Week 6

Week 6 Power Rankings By Tyler Lurkins Denver (5-0)-Might as well make it 6-0 as the Broncos host Jacksonville. New Orleans(5-0)-Though moving the ball very well, the Saints need to stop the New England pass rush next. Kansas City(5-0)-Kansas City is a very respectable team, though probably not able to keep up with the top […]

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NFL Power Rankings | Week 14

2012 NFL Power Rankings By Tyler Lurkins  Denver(10-3)-Still arguably the toughest team in football.  Their D is stout, and so many players are evolving as weapons on offense.  After a win against Tampa, Oakland should be easy for this team.(Last week:1) New England(10-3)-A less than convincing win at Miami could be a preview the Pats […]

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NFL Power Rankings | Week 12

The 2012 NFL Power Rankings with the Denver Broncos a top the charts. By Tyler Lurkins  Denver(7-3)-Power rankings are not set due to record.  At the end of the week, who is the best team.  Denver is playing tough as Manning is leading them to the post season.(Last week:2) Houston(9-1)-A team that wishes to have […]

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Tyrran Mathieu 2013 NFL Draft

Tyrann Mathieu | To draft or not to draft?

Tyrann Mathieu the Honey Badger: 2013 NFL  Draft’s best joker corner? With a class shallow in cornerbacks, is it time to mock Tyrann Mathieu? Suspended from LSU indefinitely, Mathieu stayed at the University to complete his studies.  Unfortunately in late October, the Honey Badger was detained again for possession of marijuana. During his playing career, […]

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NFL Power Rankings | Week 6

2012 NFL Week 6 Power Rankings by Tyler Lurkins Houston(5-0)/Even-The D is playing tough and the offense is as good as ever.  Houston is tough to beat but will have to face an angry Packer team. San Francisco(4-1)/+2-If the Niner offense can keep moving the ball, they’re the toughest team in the league.  Have the […]

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