Week 10 is here, which means we've officially, officially hit midseason -- i.e., every team in the league has played at least eight games.
Yet, even at the halfway point, how much do we really know? For example, can you say there is a dominant team? No. We think we know the top shelf from the well drinks, but in all the years I've covered this sport, I can't remember more of a pro football mosh pit than in 2017. Last week maintained this theme right off the bat, when the haven't-they-turned-the-corner Billslost by double digits to the Jets on "Thursday Night Football." All of which makes it harder to keep the league hierarchy in place. Thus, way more movement in these rankings than in last week's edition.
I don't know about that, broham. You play who is on your schedule. And beat them.
For the fully updated pecking order, take a gander below. If you have a few thoughts via the Twitter, we might show them on the "NFL Power Rankings" show Tuesday evening. We're mean that way. Let fly your football thought bubbles: @HarrisonNFL is the place.
Let the dissension commence!
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Hey, several folks have pointed out that OBJ gets too much blame. I'm not the first. But it does get ridiculous. At least not too many fans were forced to witness the full force of 51-17 in person.
*Why didn't the Browns get the deal in for AJ McCarron? Why didn't they trade for Jimmy Garoppolo this spring? How dumb is Cleveland for not drafting Deshaun Watson?*
Enough already. We get it. The Browns stink right now. Moneyball isn't winning in the NFL. You know what? Nor has McCarron. Jimmy G has thrown 94 passes at this level. Total. How does anyone know that Watson would've enjoyed the same success with different coaches, different complementary players and a completely different environment? To quote Brad Pitt (from, ironically enough, "Moneyball"): You don't. You don't.