Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Hump Day: The Loser Rankings

We all see these so-called "NFL Power Rankings," where these so-called "experts," rank the 32 teams from best to worst. But who is the best at being the worst? Oh No Romo intends on finding out. So here are the Top Ten Loser Rankings. *Cue cheesy music*

10. Miami Dolphins- A team with Trent Green that lost to the Washington Redskins, in overtime. They could have lost the game as time expired in the fourth quarter if Santana Moss had made it in the endzone. Sorry Cam, but your team is no.-10.

9. Jacksonville Jaguars- They lost to the Tennessee Titans and they decided to get rid of quarterback Byron Leftwich. But on the bright side, they still have sharp dresser, Jack Del Rio.

8. Arizona Cardinals- No comment.

7. Baltimore Ravens- Six turnovers is unacceptable. You have a terrific defense, but a terrible offense, that might have worked in 2000, but not in 2007.

6. Kansas City Chiefs- They lost to the Houston Texans, 20-3. The Texans just looked better out there. Larry Johnson didn't bring it and Damon Huard struggled greatly. Now they get to go on the road to Chicago, who only allowed LT to run for 25 yards. Yikes!

5. Cleveland Browns- Still can't decide on a quarterback?

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Team issues like wide receiver David Boston testing positive for GHB during his DUI arrest and tight end Jerramy Stevens being found guilty. Plus they looked bad against the Seahawks.

3. Oakland Raiders- They lost to the Detroit Lions and they signed JaMarcus Russell, this week. They're lucky to be in the third spot.

2. New York Giants- They need some healing power.

1. New England Patriots- Yes they did win. But they got caught cheating. I'm not saying it's ok to cheat, but if you get caught you can't be that great at cheating. Remember kids, cheaters never prosper, unless you play for the Patriots

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