The Playoff Power Rankings are in, Divisional Round style, with the dirty dozen ranked below ...
... or perhaps 11 teams and a dirty 12th. That's the perception of the Bungled Bengals from fans after watching the finest example of giving away a playoff game you will ever see. It almost seems unfair ranking Cincy as low as 10th, until you see that the Vikings are ninth after a field-goal attempt in North Pole air went south quickly. More on that development later. More Steelers-Bengals fallout now:
Onward and upward. Or downward, for the teams that fell on the opening week of the NFL postseason. Take a look at the reshuffling below, and make your own assertions. Feel free to share, as well: @HarrisonNFL is the place.
Let the dissension commence!
No one could argue the Chiefs weren't more impressive last weekend.
But, after a brief football reprieve, please start worrying about the quarterback position. I don't want to overreact off the wild-card game and say Brian Hoyer is not the guy. But, well ... Brian Hoyer is probably not the guy. If Hoyer can build his game off the terrible performance (five turnovers), then big ups to him. But with that defense, DeAndre Hopkins and a healthy Arian Foster -- OK, that's certainly no guarantee at this point -- this team could be special with some proper QB play.