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2009 Week 11 TABRankings

November 24, 2009

I’m going to do a rare thing, and refrain from the commentary this week.  I’m nearing shutdown mode with the short break coming up.  May everybody have a great and happy Thanksgiving!

The top eight:
1 , 2 , 3 , 4
5 , 6 , 7 , 8

A quick look at the formula: (W-L Pct)+(Away Pct/2)+(Div Pct/2)+(Time Ahead Avg x 2)+(TOP Avg)+(3rd Down Diff x 2)+(TO Margin x 3)-(Fumbles Kept Diff)+(DVOA Rating x 2)

**DVOA is the creation of Football Outsiders, not me.**

Now, onto the rankings themselves:
Super Bowl Contenders (more than 292.50)
1(1) New Orleans Saints (10-0) 418.55
2(3) Minnesota Vikings (9-1) 405.26
3(2) Indianapolis Colts (10-0) 397.82
4(4) New England Patriots (7-3) 374.75
5(6) Green Bay Packers (6-4) 321.28
6(7) Philadelphia Eagles (6-4) 306.50
Super Bowl Pretenders (225 to 292.50)
7(10) Arizona Cardinals (7-3) 285.15
8(5) Cincinnati Bengals (7-3) 278.40
9(14) San Diego Chargers (7-3) 274.21
10(11) New York Giants (6-4) 269.83
11(8) Baltimore Ravens (5-5) 253.53
12(15) Miami Dolphins (5-5) 248.38
13(13) Dallas Cowboys (7-3) 242.09
14(12) Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4) 227.01
Mediocre Teams (112.50 to 225)
15(9) Denver Broncos (6-4) 209.00
16(16) Houston Texans (5-5) 196.60
17(17) Jacksonville Jaguars (6-4) 180.98
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18(19) Atlanta Falcons (5-5) 159.28
19(18) San Francisco 49ers (4-6) 145.53
20(21) Carolina Panthers (4-6) 129.97
Bottom Dwellers (less than 112.50)
21(20) New York Jets (4-6) 107.74
22(22) Tennessee Titans (4-6) 102.13
23(24) Chicago Bears (4-6) 77.53
24(25) Buffalo Bills (3-7) 65.96
25(26) Washington Redskins (3-7) 56.54
26(23) Seattle Seahawks (3-7) 45.87
27(27) Kansas City Chiefs (3-7) 42.38
28(28) Oakland Raiders (3-7) -6.19
29(29) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-9) -56.19
30(31) Detroit Lions (2-8) -58.13
31(30) Saint Louis Rams (1-9) -58.22
32(32) Cleveland Browns (1-9) –73.94

TABR Quality Standings
Only the Jaguars crossed over the average line, becoming a quality opponent.  Thus, the only change come from those who had Jacksonville on its schedule or had a quality opponent to face in Week 11.  The Jets lost to Jacksonville and New England in the past two weeks so they can chalk up two more losses in the quality standings.  Meanwhile, the Colts beat the Jags in Week 1 and edge the Ravens Sunday.  They now are an amazing 6-0 in the quality standings.
Speaking of Jacksonville, the Jags must be happy as the one of two teams to play fewer than four quality teams this season.  There’s one reason why the Jags are the worst winning team in the league, according to TABR.  The other team with the amazingly easy schedule is one of the undefeateds.  Yet again, not a surprise.

Team Won Lost Team Won Lost
Bengals 5 2 Vikings 3 1
Steelers 3 2 Packers 1 3
Ravens 2 5 Bears 1 4
Browns 0 7 Lions 0 5
Team Won Lost Team Won Lost
Patriots 2 2 Cowboys 1 3
Dolphins 0 4 Eagles 1 3
Jets 2 5 Giants 1 4
Bills 0 5 Redskins 1 3
Team Won Lost Team Won Lost
Colts 6 0 Saints 3 0
Jaguars 1 2 Falcons 1 4
Texans 1 3 Panthers 1 4
Titans 2 5 Buccaneers 1 6
Team Won Lost Team Won Lost
Chargers 4 3 Cardinals 3 1
Broncos 4 3 49ers 1 4
Chiefs 1 6 Seahawks 1 5
Raiders 2 5 Rams 0 6
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