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Posted: 07/10/10 10:02 AM
Author: Ivychen
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Power poll of 2010 NFL season
The 2010 NFL season will be the 91st season of the National Football League, the major professional American football league in the United States. The regular season is tentatively scheduled to begin with the NFL Kickoff game on NBC on Thursday, September 9, at the Louisiana Superdome, home of the New Orleans Saints, Super Bowl XLIV champions and then end on January 2, 2011. Super Bowl XLV, the league's championship game, is scheduled to be played at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas on February 6, 2011.
The 2010 regular season will be the first year that the league will use a modified version of the scheduling formula that was first introduced in 2002, in which all teams will play each other at least once every four years, and will play in every other team's stadium at least once every eight years (notwithstanding the regular season games played overseas as part of the NFL International Series). Under the original 2002 formula, those teams scheduled to play all the AFC West clubs had to travel to both Oakland and San Diego in the same season, while those clubs playing the entire NFC West had to make their way to both San Francisco and Seattle.[6] In 2008, the New England Patriots and New York Jets each had to make cross-country trips to all four of the aforementioned West Coast teams. In an effort to relieve east coast teams from having to travel to the West Coast multiple times during the same season, clubs would only have to visit one West Coast team (AFC West or NFC West), plus one western team from the same division closer to the Midwest, under the 2010 modified formula. Specifically, those clubs traveling to Oakland would then instead play at Denver, while those playing at San Diego would instead just have a shorter trip to Kansas City. For those playing NFC West teams, some will travel to both San Francisco and Arizona in the same season, while others will instead make trips to Seattle and St. Louis.[6][7][8] The previous schedule alignment was based on alphabetical order and did not take geography into account.
It??s that time again. Time to take another look at the rankings for the NFL??s 32 teams as they stand for the month of June. Not a lot has happened this month as teams conduct OTAs and other workouts, and prepare for training camp next month, but a few things have happened including key injuries and some contract issues that may end up hurting some of these teams in the long run.
While free agency is over for the most part, and teams have settled on the players that they currently have on their rosters we now have some clear picture of how each team will head into training camp and who they will head into training camp with. While this doesn??t make it any easier to come up with rankings it does help give some idea of where teams stand heading into training camp at the end of next month.
So, without further delay, here is the June Power Poll as we head towards the end of the month. (Last month's rankings are in parenthesis.)
1. Indianapolis Colts ??(1)
2. New Orleans Saints ??(2)
3. Minnesota Vikings ??(4)
4. Baltimore Ravens ??(6)
5. Green Bay Packers ??(5)
6. New York Jets ??(3)
7. Dallas Cowboys ??(7)
8. San Diego Chargers ??(8)
9. Atlanta Falcons ??(10)
10. New England Patriots ??(9)
11. Houston Texans ??(13)
12. Tennessee Titans ??(11)
13. Miami Dolphins ??(12)
14. New York Giants ??(14)
15. Chicago Bears ??(15)
16. Cincinnati Bengals ??(17)
17. San Francisco 49ers ??(16)
18. Philadelphia Eagles ??(18)
19. Denver Broncos ??(19)
20. Pittsburgh Steelers ??(21)
21. Arizona Cardinals ??(22)
22. Detroit Lions ??(20)
23. Jacksonville Jaguars ??(23)
24. Carolina Panthers ??(25)
25. Seattle Seahawks ??(24)
26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers ??(27)
27. Washington Redskins ??(28)
28. Oakland Raiders ??(29)
29. Buffalo Bills ??(26)
30. Cleveland Browns ??(31)
31. Kansas City Chiefs ??(30)
32. St. Louis Rams ??(32)

Posted: 07/12/10 02:34 AM
Author: jingjia1989
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Power poll of 2010 NFL season
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