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don't want to be #1 in the rankings
Originally posted by Jikkle49:
Originally posted by Tru2RedNGold25:
Have u guys seen NFL.COM's power rankings they have New Orleans ahead of us.................these power rankings sometimes can be very bias

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d8233d118/article/top-five-gets-a-shakeup-behind-undefeated-packers?module=HP11_hot_topics

I'm fine with the Saints being ahead of us as I can buy that argument but what I can't buy is if you click on "Experts" picks and look at La Canfora's he has the Bucs 5 and 9ers 7. No words can describe either the stupidity or just his pure disdain of the 9ers.

I jumped into this thread for just this reason...

Really Jason? You are already considered a massive idiot and then you randomly rank two 4-2 teams ahead of two 5-1 teams, one of which has the strongest strength of schedule and also destroyed one of those 4-2 teams by a 45 point margin?

How does one man speak so much dumb?
Is there a power rankings based on strength of schedule? 49ers opponents through week 6 are a combined 19-15. If you exclude our games from that record, they are a collective 18-10 in other words a 64.5% winning percentage
Originally posted by five1oh:
Is there a power rankings based on strength of schedule? 49ers opponents through week 6 are a combined 19-15. If you exclude our games from that record, they are a collective 18-10 in other words a 64.5% winning percentage

Throw one together real quick. I'd do it myself if I had my laptop with me
Check that, i can do it on my iPad easier than I thought. Uno momento
Originally posted by Tru2RedNGold25:
Have u guys seen NFL.COM's power rankings they have New Orleans ahead of us.................these power rankings sometimes can be very bias

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d8233d118/article/top-five-gets-a-shakeup-behind-undefeated-packers?module=HP11_hot_topics


That's one guy's rankings. The Power Poll (a panel of NFL network and .com analysts) have us at 4. Which is kinda weird, because yesterday I saw us put at 3.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d8233bbb5/article/week-7-battle-for-no-2-heating-up-behind-perfect-packers?module=HP11_cp
Originally posted by mug0mug:
Originally posted by Tru2RedNGold25:
Have u guys seen NFL.COM's power rankings they have New Orleans ahead of us.................these power rankings sometimes can be very bias

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d8233d118/article/top-five-gets-a-shakeup-behind-undefeated-packers?module=HP11_hot_topics


That's one guy's rankings. The Power Poll (a panel of NFL network and .com analysts) have us at 4. Which is kinda weird, because yesterday I saw us put at 3.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d8233bbb5/article/week-7-battle-for-no-2-heating-up-behind-perfect-packers?module=HP11_cp

meh

saints are still a good team only 1 game behind us they are more proven so i dont mind having them in front of us

only 2 NFC teams can be in front of us at this points one is GB other is saints

and whle nfl only patriots and ravens should be added to that list

on every power ranking we should be at least top 5
[ Edited by 49ersalldaway126 on Oct 18, 2011 at 4:09 PM ]
Originally posted by five1oh:
Is there a power rankings based on strength of schedule? 49ers opponents through week 6 are a combined 19-15. If you exclude our games from that record, they are a collective 18-10 in other words a 64.5% winning percentage

Took me longer than I thought, and I got sidetracked for a bit. But here, it is.

1. Green Bay Packers (6-0, .353)
2. San Francisco 49ers (5-1, .559)
3. New England Patriots (5-1, .515)
4. Detroit Lions (5-1, .500)
5. Baltimore Ravens (4-1, .464)
6. San Diego Chargers (4-1, .333)
7. Buffalo Bills (4-2, .600)
8. Oakland Raiders (4-2, .529)
9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-2, .500)
10. New Orleans Saints (4-2, .500)
11. Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2, .394)
12. Cincinnati Bengals (4-2, .382)
13. New York Giants (4-2, .375)
14. Tennessee Titans (3-2, .444)
15. Washington Redskins (3-2, .333)
16. Chicago Bears (3-3, .555)
17. Houston Texans (3-3, .470)
18. New York Jets (3-3, .470)
19. Atlanta Falcons (3-3, .393)
20. Dallas Cowboys (2-3, .724)
21. Seattle Seahawks (2-3, .586)
22. Kansas City Chiefs (2-3, .483)
23. Cleveland Browns (2-3, .393)
24. Philadelphia Eagles (2-4, .559)
25. Denver Broncos (1-4, .750)
26. Arizona Cardinals (1-4, .393)
27. Minnesota Vikings (1-5, .576)
28. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-5, .543)
29. Carolina Panthers (1-5, .514)
30. St Louis Rams (0-5, .679)
31. Miami Dolphins (0-5, .607)
32. Indianapolis Colts (0-6, .528)
Originally posted by LieutKaffee:
11 is way out of line.

Does it matter?
Originally posted by red42x:
Originally posted by LieutKaffee:
11 is way out of line.

Does it matter?

No.

But being ranked 13 spots ahead of the s**t heel Cowboys on one of them makes me
Originally posted by MaliCali:
Originally posted by five1oh:
Is there a power rankings based on strength of schedule? 49ers opponents through week 6 are a combined 19-15. If you exclude our games from that record, they are a collective 18-10 in other words a 64.5% winning percentage

Took me longer than I thought, and I got sidetracked for a bit. But here, it is.

1. Green Bay Packers (6-0, .353)
2. San Francisco 49ers (5-1, .559)
3. New England Patriots (5-1, .515)
4. Detroit Lions (5-1, .500)
5. Baltimore Ravens (4-1, .464)
6. San Diego Chargers (4-1, .333)
7. Buffalo Bills (4-2, .600)
8. Oakland Raiders (4-2, .529)
9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-2, .500)
10. New Orleans Saints (4-2, .500)
11. Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2, .394)
12. Cincinnati Bengals (4-2, .382)
13. New York Giants (4-2, .375)
14. Tennessee Titans (3-2, .444)
15. Washington Redskins (3-2, .333)
16. Chicago Bears (3-3, .555)
17. Houston Texans (3-3, .470)
18. New York Jets (3-3, .470)
19. Atlanta Falcons (3-3, .393)
20. Dallas Cowboys (2-3, .724)
21. Seattle Seahawks (2-3, .586)
22. Kansas City Chiefs (2-3, .483)
23. Cleveland Browns (2-3, .393)
24. Philadelphia Eagles (2-4, .559)
25. Denver Broncos (1-4, .750)
26. Arizona Cardinals (1-4, .393)
27. Minnesota Vikings (1-5, .576)
28. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-5, .543)
29. Carolina Panthers (1-5, .514)
30. St Louis Rams (0-5, .679)
31. Miami Dolphins (0-5, .607)
32. Indianapolis Colts (0-6, .528)

whoa, damn look at the broncos schedule.
The teams the niners have already played average a power ranking (NFL.com) of 14.67.

The remainder of the schedule averages 20.7.

They have some tough games ahead but there is no reason to think they won't do well. 14-2 would be statistically likely (more like 13.5-2.5)

I know this is silly but it is fun! (if you like to play with numbers--
[ Edited by dtg_9er on Oct 18, 2011 at 8:48 PM ]
Originally posted by MaliCali:
Originally posted by five1oh:
Is there a power rankings based on strength of schedule? 49ers opponents through week 6 are a combined 19-15. If you exclude our games from that record, they are a collective 18-10 in other words a 64.5% winning percentage

Took me longer than I thought, and I got sidetracked for a bit. But here, it is.

1. Green Bay Packers (6-0, .353)
2. San Francisco 49ers (5-1, .559)
3. New England Patriots (5-1, .515)
4. Detroit Lions (5-1, .500)
5. Baltimore Ravens (4-1, .464)
6. San Diego Chargers (4-1, .333)
7. Buffalo Bills (4-2, .600)
8. Oakland Raiders (4-2, .529)
9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-2, .500)
10. New Orleans Saints (4-2, .500)
11. Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2, .394)
12. Cincinnati Bengals (4-2, .382)
13. New York Giants (4-2, .375)
14. Tennessee Titans (3-2, .444)
15. Washington Redskins (3-2, .333)
16. Chicago Bears (3-3, .555)
17. Houston Texans (3-3, .470)
18. New York Jets (3-3, .470)
19. Atlanta Falcons (3-3, .393)
20. Dallas Cowboys (2-3, .724)
21. Seattle Seahawks (2-3, .586)
22. Kansas City Chiefs (2-3, .483)
23. Cleveland Browns (2-3, .393)
24. Philadelphia Eagles (2-4, .559)
25. Denver Broncos (1-4, .750)
26. Arizona Cardinals (1-4, .393)
27. Minnesota Vikings (1-5, .576)
28. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-5, .543)
29. Carolina Panthers (1-5, .514)
30. St Louis Rams (0-5, .679)
31. Miami Dolphins (0-5, .607)
32. Indianapolis Colts (0-6, .528)

Lol at the Tards . . . 1-4 against s**tty teams . . .
First take gave us 2nd place in power ranking.