NFL Power Rankings: Week 7

BRIAN BILLICK’S NFL Power Rankings: Week 7Brian Billick is an acclaimed NFL game analyst for FOX Sports and a Super Bowl-winning coach.

 

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Posted October 22, 2013 09:39 AM EDT

We’ve got a new No. 1 this week. Find out if it’s who you expected it to be.

Watch Brian Billick explain his Week 7 rankings further here.

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4 Responses to “NFL Power Rankings: Week 7”

  1. Lynn says:

    What they are saying about trades at Patriots.com:

    “The only wide receiver I’m really interested in is Larry Fitzgerald. He’s the perfect player, on and off the field. Anyone else would be a letdown…”

    and there is more at:

    http://www.patriots.com/news/article-1/Ask-PFW-Trade-winds-blowing/638ed409-d6de-4b77-b681-9ddb1af8aa52

    • jason says:

      That would be a move. Brady having fitz to throw to and open up the field more. Brady has been enjoyable over the years to watch run that offense which is a little flat right now.

    • bubbaelvis says:

      That is one of the best articles I have read on Tebow’s situation. I think he is right on target especially points 5,6,& 7. The one thing this gentleman pointed out(correctly) and I am tired of hearing is about teams having to change their system for Tim. I also think teams have this mindset when it comes to Tebow. I do not think a team has to change to a read option offense in order for him to be successful. Look at the Broncos in 2010 when Tim was a rookie. He ran their regular offense pretty effectively. They threw in a few designed QB runs but it was QB draws and not read option. He also did a pretty good job in the last preseason game this year running the Patriots offense. His ability to scramble is what makes him a threat. Anyway, I still have hope he can get on the field this year. Brady Quinn? come on Rams what are you thinking.

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