2012 NFL Power Rankings- Late August

Schedules taken into account. Not a parrot back of what happened last season. Predictions for the 2012 season based strongly on the fact that an average team’s record changes by 3 wins per season in either direction. This might be my final update before week 1 (barring injuries and whatnot).

32. Jacksonville Jaguars

31. Oakland Raiders

30. Arizona Cardinals

29. Cleveland Browns

28. Cincinnati Bengals

27. Miami Dolphins

26. Minnesota Vikings

25. Seattle Seahawks

24. Kansas City Chiefs

23. New York Jets

22. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

21. Carolina Panthers

20. Detroit Lions

19. San Francisco 49ers

18. Indianapolis Colts

17. Dallas Cowboys

16. Washington Redskins

15. Baltimore Ravens

14. New York Giants

13. Denver Broncos

12. St. Louis Rams

11. Buffalo Bills

10. San Diego Chargers

9. Atlanta Falcons

8. Tennessee Titans

7. Pittsburgh Steelers

6. New Orleans Saints

5. Chicago Bears

4. Philadelphia Eagles

3. New England Patriots

2. Houston Texans

1. Green Bay Packers

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0 thoughts on “2012 NFL Power Rankings- Late August

  1. really? rams 12th ahead of the 49ers, lions, cowboys and ravens? titans 8th? What logic is this based on? is this just a random order and I misread the description?

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    • based on trying to be forward thinking. way too many power rankings look way too similar to what happened last year. there’s going to be surprises in the NFL. if you don’t predict any, you might as well not be making predictions because you’re just predicting something that will never happen.

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