The story of the Week 7 Power Rankings revolves around five protagonists: The Unbeaten.
I won't, Tyler. See below.
I hear he likes it blackened, with a side of hush puppies. Speaking of, why do hush puppies continue to be so criminally underrated? At least Long John Silver's knows their value ...
Let the dissension commence!
With that bit of accounting out of the way, we feel it important to bring you a list of the most arduous strategic challenges Bill Belichick has faced in his coaching career, in order:
**b)** Guiding the Pats to an 11-5 record with Matt Cassel at quarterback in 2008.
**c)** Figuring out some way to stop that wicked-scary Colts fake-punt formation Sunday night. </content:power-ranking>
**» Rodgers' first three games:** 73.6 percent completion rate, 10:0 TD-to-INT ratio, 135.4 passer rating.
**» His last three games:** 62.6 percent completion rate, 5:2 TD-to-INT ratio, 96.4 passer rating.
Those stats are still formidable, but not nearly what we're used to seeing from the reigning league MVP.
On the other side of the ball ...
Meanwhile, the Ravens' secondary is so bad, Brady Anderson could go deep on them. (Remember that one year he somehow hit 50 bombs out of nowhere? That was a strange era for baseball. Some people would use another "S" word to describe it.)
Let's see ... Charcandrick West can't fumble that football. Alex Smith is not playing like the 10th-best quarterback in football. (Yes, some hack said he'd be that in 2015. Can't remember who ...) And now Jeremy Maclin is banged up.