Scouting Reports

September 05, 2004

DR. Z'S POWER RANKINGS

1 Patriots

2 Seahawks

3 Titans

4 Panthers

5 Rams

6 Chiefs

7 Eagles

8 Ravens

9 Vikings

10 Colts

11 Broncos

12 Packers

13 Jets

14 Bengals

15 Jaguars

16 Lions

17 Steelers

18 Falcons

19 Bills

20 Redskins

21 Dolphins

22 Saints

23 Bears

24 Giants

25 Cowboys

26 Bucs

27 Texans

28 Raiders

29 Browns

30 49ers

31 Cardinals

32 Chargers

HOW THEY'LL FINISH

AFC EAST

PROJECTED RECORD

Patriots (1) 13-3

Jets (13) 9-7

Bills (19) 8-8

Dolphins (21) 6-10

AFC NORTH

Ravens (8) 11-5

Bengals (14) 9-7

Steelers (17) 8-8

Browns (29) 5-11

AFC SOUTH

Titans (3) 11-5

Colts* (10) 9-7

Jaguars (15) 8-8

Texans (27) 5-11

AFC WEST

Chiefs (6) 11-5

Broncos* (11) 10-6

Raiders (28) 5-11

Chargers (32) 3-13

NFC EAST

Eagles (7) 10-6

Redskins (20) 8-8

Giants (24) 7-9

Cowboys (25) 6-10

NFC NORTH

Vikings (9) 10-6

Packers* (12) 9-7

Lions (16) 8-8

Bears (23) 6-10

NFC SOUTH

Panthers (4) 10-6

Falcons (18) 8-8

Saints (22) 7-9

Bucs (26) 5-11

NFC WEST

Seahawks (2) 12-4

Rams* (5) 11-5

49ers (30) 4-12

Cardinals (31) 4-12

Overall rank in parentheses

*Wild-card team

WILD-CARD PLAYOFFS

AFC Chiefs over Colts, Ravens over Broncos

NFC Panthers over Packers, Vikings over Rams

DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS

AFC Patriots over Ravens, Chiefs over Titans

NFC Seahawks over Vikings, Panthers over Eagles

CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

AFC Patriots over Chiefs NFC Seahawks over Panthers

SUPER BOWL XXXIX

Patriots 27, Seahawks 17

Lineups and Player Value Rankings compiled by David Sabino

COLOR PHOTOPETER READ MILLER STILL SUPER Looking as strong as ever, wideout David Givens and the Patriotsare the pick to win their third NFL title in four years.

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