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Reddy's Realistic Rankings for Regular Season of NFL 2005
Ramesh C. Reddy
Reddy’s Realistic Rankings are based on a
formula that I devised! They are called Reddy’s
Realistic Rankings, because I am ready to
take an undefeated team or a higher record team out of the Top 10 if their wins come against losing
teams. Hopefully, these rankings will show who really are in the hunt to be Super
Bowl Contenders and who really are in the hunt to be Super Bowl Pretenders
as December and January approaches.
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As the NFL 2005 regular season has come to an end, only one team that made my top 10 rankings has been eliminated from the playoffs. They are the Kansas City Chiefs whose 7th place ranking was not enough to propel them into the playoffs even though I believe they would have been a good contender in the playoffs. They were ousted from making the playoffs because of the Pittsburgh Steelers who won four in a row. The Steelers ended the season with a 9th ranking. At one time these Steelers were in danger of not making the playoffs when they were as low as 16th in the rankings as of week 13.
The Carolina Panthers who finished 13th in my rankings etched into the playoffs by the skin of their teeth taking the 6th seed in the playoffs just as the Steelers have!
If there is one team that does not deserve to be in the playoffs, it is the Cincinnati Bengals. Yes, they are 11-5 but most of their wins have come against weak opponents. In the past few weeks, they have stumbled against the Buffalo Bills and got crushed by the Kansas City Chiefs. They finished 16th in my rankings.
Everyone else in the playoffs deserve to be there because of their last minute stretch!
My rankings have placed the Indianapolis Colts in first place over all the other 31 teams for 16 weeks. The only time they dropped of was during their bye week! It is no surprise they are going into the playoffs with the best record in the NFL, a bye week, and most of all home-field advantage in the AFC.
Denver Broncos have maintained the 2nd ranking since week 5!
They started of at 31st and have maintained their steady rise
after week 4. They have never lost second place and even came 1st
one time! It is no surprise they have the 2nd best record in
the AFC and a bye week!
Chicago Bears round of the bye week for the NFC and finished 10th
in my rankings. I do not see them going far because of the weak schedule
they played in their division to have the record they have.
Saturday, January 07, 2006:
(6) Washington Redskins @ (5) Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 4:30 pm, ABC
(8) Jacksonville Jaguars @ (12) New England Patriots, 8:00 pm, ABC
Sunday, January 08, 2006:
(13) Carolina Panthers @ (3) New York Giants, 1 p.m. FOX
(9) Pittsburgh Steelers @ (16) Cincinnati Bengals, 4:30 p.m, CBS