I am new here, so I am not quite sure if this has been posted or not (or if its posted elsewhere on this forum), but I have always found power rankings to be particularly fun to make (although they are rather useless in reality).
Anyway, Vic's power rankings have us in #1, with the Colts trailing in the 2nd spot. Tennessee and GB are in his Top 10 while Seattle are reclaiming their positions near the top. I disagree with some of this. In my opinion, the Top 10 should be something like this:
1. New England Patriots- for more reasons than I can write here
2. Indianapolis Colts- hated as they may be, their offense still knows how to score points whilst the defense seems to have improved despite the loss of Cato June
3. Dallas Cowboys- perhaps its too early to call Romo great or judge the progress of their new coaching staff, but so far, Dallas seems to be on fire
4. Pittsburgh Steelers- they lost to the Cardinals, but every team loses some games. They still have all the tools to be great, and there is no reason to doubt them now, even after last weekend's game
5. Denver Broncos- I am a firm believer that teams should not be judged solely on their records this early in the season, and I still think the Broncs have enough both on defense and offense to be a very strong team.
6. Seattle Seahawks- Alexander has fallen off, but their defense is fast and dangerous, while Hasselbeck will in one way or another score points.
7. Green Bay Packers- I am surprised that they are 4-0, but without any form of running game, they will struggle eventually. Still, kudos to Farve.
8. Detroit Lions- they are here mainly by virtue of their impressive record, though I still doubt that they are consistent or mature enough to be a great team. Still, Kitna and that offense are very dangerous
9. Jacksonville Jaguars- their QB situation is not good, but they still have a good defense and eventually, Fred Taylor and Maurice Drew will wake up from their slumber. Dont sleep on this team.
10. Houston Texans- this young team has a lot of firepower on offense (especially when Andre gets back) and the young front seven can wreak havoc on opponents if they play to their potential. Suddenly, the AFC South looks competitive.