Well, save for Nos. 1, 2 and 32 in the Week 7 Power Rankings. The Vikings were on a bye last week, while the Patriots keep rolling along like it's 2004. Once past those two, the NFL totem pole is a jumbled mess, as no team is in the same spot until you get all the way down to Mr. Irrelevant. Can you believe that? Every team is in a different spot! Before we sort out all that stuff, though, let's sort out some of you:
Hey, yo, wait a stinking minute! I have a framed picture of Sammy Baugh, only the greatest Redskin of them all!
Romo might be the most hated on player of the last 25 years, man. But I understand if the Cowboys stick with Dak.
Agreed. And I like your cow.
Received many tweets imploring me to punish the Broncos and Steelers, among others. Not going to go hard on the Broncos, who were on a short week without their coach. Keep your opinions flowing, though: @HarrisonNFL is the place.
Let the dissension commence!
**Power Rankings side note:** Bennett caught five more balls against the Bengals. </content:power-ranking>
Regarding the non-call on Julio Jones: Thought the refs missed that one. But it was Jones who let the ball carom off his hands -- and into Earl Thomas' mitts -- on the previous possession. The Falcons also lucked out on Seattle's bad snap on the Steven Hauschka field-goal miss. And Matt Ryan should have scrambled on the third down prior to the Jones "PI or not PI?" play. Point is, there were many pendulum swings in Falcons- Seahawks, and Atlanta hung tough.
**Power Rankings side note:** The offense was a little better under new OC Marty Mornhinweg, gaining 391 yards and scoring 23, after averaging 354.3 and 20.1 with Marc Trestman. </content:power-ranking>
**Must watch:** With 10 minutes to go in the first half, Murray took off on a 16-yard run. Cool. But notice how quickly Mariota accelerates *past* Murray to throw a block. He was almost at a standstill. #littlethings </content:power-ranking>
**Trivia:** Can you name the last player to rush for 200 yards and two touchdowns on the Steelers? (Hint: a Giants running back in 1985 ... @HarrisonNFL.) </content:power-ranking>
**Must watch:** Check out the first of the aforementioned conversions, a fourth-and-one where Kesseler spins out of a sack, throws across his body to Terrelle Pryor, and ... wow. </content:power-ranking>