A lot of teams clinched a playoff berth while others are vying for their draft picks. Two QB’s are out for the rest of the season and it is devastating to both teams. It wasn’t very merry for them, I think the entire state of Ohio wept for joy as their prayers were answered and the Browns won a game. That’s the most exciting news since V-E Day! As the regular season winds down we are in for a treat with the playoffs. Here are Week 16 Power Rankings.
The Cleveland Browns got their first win!
— NFL (@NFL) December 27, 2016
32. Cleveland Browns
Last Week: 32
Cleveland won!!!!!! San Fran also won, so Cleveland doesn’t lose their #1 draft pick. Win-Win. Happy Holidays to all!
31. Los Angeles Rams
Last Week: 28
LA has been outscored 141-48 in their last four games, before the game against San Fran. Goff is a rookie, but he still looked horrible against the worst defense in the NFL.
30. San Francisco 49ers
Last Week: 31
A big second win of the year against the Rams this week. Seattle visits next week and although Seattle looked like they belong closer to this side of the list rather than the other, let’s not get our hopes too high.
29. New York Jets
Last Week: 27
The Jets need as much help as they can get, their players have been quitting before the game was over and the coach hasn’t done anything to change that.
28. Chicago Bears
Last Week: 29
Matt Barkley wasn’t his regular self this week. Five interceptions, all of which were BAD, he didn’t read the coverage right and the throws weren’t half as perfect as they needed to be.
27. Jacksonville Jaguars
Last Week: 30
Either Blake Bortles didn’t like Doug Monroe or he had some magic performance enhancer because he looked like a completely different QB than the one we have been watching for the first 14 weeks of the season.
26. San Diego Chargers
Last Week: 26
If there was ever a reason to move the team to Vegas, losing to Cleveland was the cherry on the cake. I’ll take $20 on black.
25. Cincinnati Bengals
Last Week: 24
The Bengals offense hasn’t been this stagnant in a very, very long time. A huge turnaround from the team that looked unstoppable last year.