Posted Wed Oct 19th by Monty
The Denver Broncos had a bye, so they couldn’t have possibly dropped further in the web’s power rankings, right? … Right? (Previous week’s ranking in parenthesis)
ESPN: 27th (27)
Tim Tebow will draw lots of eyeballs Sunday, but his receivers won’t include Brandon Lloyd.
FOX: 27th (27)
Broncos don’t go up or down in the rankings during their bye week, but I’m not sure trading their best receiver in Brandon Lloyd helped them in any way. Maybe if they clear house, they have a shot at Andrew Luck?
CBS: 29th (29)
Tebow Time in Miami is five days away. I bet you can hardly wait. I know Denver fans can’t.
National Football Post: 27th (27)
Tim Tebow makes the Broncos-Dolphins matchup this Sunday worth watching.
Walter Football: 24th (25)
Man, John Elway and John Fox sure love to screw Tim Tebow over. First, Elway publicly stated that Tebow is not a legitimate starting quarterback. Then, Fox started the crappy and overrated Kyle Orton over him. And now, Elway dealt Tebow’s best weapon away for a mere fifth-round pick. It’s like they don’t want him to succeed.
For their next act, Elway and Fox plan to kidnap Tebow’s parents and will return them only if Tebow tosses 20 interceptions over the next four games.
USA Today Covers: 24th (27)
Power Ratings compute offensive and defensive statistics into one number for each team, while accounting for factors like recent performances and strength of schedule.
WhatIfSports: 30th (28)
WhatIfSports.com utilizes its football simulation to rank all 32 NFL teams. To come up with the rankings, each team plays every other team 10,000 times