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Pro Day Workout Schedule 2015
Photo - DE Shane Ray - Missouri
Dates / Schools
March 2: Minnesota, Virginia, Wake Forest, Troy, Chattanooga
March 3: Auburn, Pittsburgh, Northwestern, New Mexico St, James Madison, Sam Houston St, Tuskegee
March 4: Texas A&M, Arkansas, Mississippi St, Purdue, Weber St
March 5: Clemson, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, Utah St
March 6: Arizona St, Southern Mississippi, Northern Illinois, Appalachian St, Newberry
March 9: Ball St, Grand Valley St, Montana, Northern Arizona
March 10: Monmouth University, UCLA, Arizona, Kansas St, Akron, Kent St, Alabama-Birmingham, Army, Harvard, Samford, Tennessee St
March 11: Rutgers, Alabama, Southern California, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Colorado St, Louisville, Cincinnati, Marshall, Central Arkansas, Eastern Washington, Emporia St
March 12: Oregon, Michigan, Oklahoma St, Kentucky, Washington St, Fresno St, Wyoming, UNLV, Buffalo, Delaware, Idaho, Miami (Oh)
March 13: Hobart, Ohio St, Oregon St, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Georgia St.
March 14: Prairie View A&M
March 16: Toledo, Bowling Green, Idaho St, Montana St
March 17: California, Eastern Michigan, Richmond, Southern Illinois
March 18: Baylor, Georgia, Michigan St, Virginia Tech, Boise St, Boston College, Louisiana-Monroe, San Jose St, Memphis, Charleston Southern
March 19: Missouri, Penn St, Stanford, Western Michigan, San Diego St, Hawaii, Maine, William and Mary
March 20: Central Michigan, Valdosta St, Harding
March 23: Iowa, North Carolina St, Georgia Southern, Texas-San Antonio
March 24: North Carolina, Iowa St, East Carolina, Ohio, Northwestern St
March 25: Tennessee, Syracuse, Central Florida, Kansas, Duke, Louisiana-Lafayette, Nevada, Southern Methodist, Illinois St, South Dakota St, Southeastern Louisiana
March 26: Utah, Tulane, North Texas, Fordham, North Dakota St
March 27: LSU, BYU, TCU, Missouri Western St,
March 30: Indiana, UMass, South Alabama
March 31: Notre Dame, Florida St, UConn, Yale, Stephen F. Austin
April 1: Miami, South Carolina, Florida International
April 2: Washington, Maryland, Florida Atlantic
April 7: Florida
April 9: UTEP
Top Ten Pro Prospect Rankings - NFL Draft 2015
Offensive Players / Pre NFL Combine Rankings / * underclassmen
Special NFL Combine Report – available this week
Photo - Wideout Kevin White - West Virginia
1. * Marcus Mariota - Oregon - 6-4, 215
2. * Jameis Winston - Florida St - 6-4, 235
3. * Brett Hundley - UCLA - 6-3, 225
4. Bryce Petty - Baylor - 6-3, 230
5. Sean Mannion - Oregon St - 6-5, 220
6. Bryan Bennett - Southeastern Louisiana - 6-2, 215
7. Garrett Grayson - Colorado St - 6-2, 220
8. Shane Carden - East Carolina - 6-2, 220
9. Bo Wallace - Ole Miss - 6-4, 210
10. Taylor Kelly - Arizona St - 6-2, 215
1. * Melvin Gordon - Wisconsin - 6-1, 205
2. * Todd Gurley - Georgia - 6-1, 230
3. * Tevin Coleman - Indiana - 6-1, 215
4. * T.J. Yeldon - Alabama - 6-2, 220
5. Ameer Abdullah - Nebraska - 5-9, 195
6. * Javorius Allen - Southern California - 6-1, 220
7. * Duke Johnson - Miami (Fla.) - 5-9, 205
8. * Jay Ajayi - Boise State - 6-0, 215
9. David Cobb - Minnesota - 5-11, 230
10. Jeremy Langford - Michigan State - 6-0, 205
1. Jalston Fowler - Alabama - 6-0, 250
2. Tyler Varga - Yale - 5-11, 235
3. Aaron Ripkowski - Oklahoma - 6-1 255
4. Zach Zenner - South Dakota State - 5-11, 220
5. Mark Weisman - Iowa - 6-0, 240
6. Hunter Joyer - Florida - 5-11, 235
7. Trayion Durham - Kent State - 6-1 245
8. Zach Zwinak - Penn State - 6-1, 235
9. Conner Neighbors - LSU - 5-11, 240
10. De'Marieya Nelson - Arizona State - 6-2, 225
1. * Amari Cooper - Alabama - 6-1, 200
2. Kevin White - West Virginia - 6-3, 210
3. DeVante Parker - Louisville - 6-3, 210
4. * Dorial Green-Beckham - Oklahoma - 6-5, 225
5. * Sammie Coates - Auburn - 6-2, 200
6. * Jaelen Strong - Arizona State - 6-4, 215
7. Devin Smith - Ohio State - 6-1, 195
8. Phillip Dorsett - Miami (Fla.) - 5-10, 185
9. * Breshad Perriman - UCF - 6-2, 215
10. Jamison Crowder - Duke - 5-9, 175
For the rest of Offensive Top Ten Prospects - go to next page
Draft Insiders’- 2014 Pro Bowl Team
Photo - QB Aaron Rodgers - Packers
Players of the Year
Offense - QB Aaron Rodgers - Packers
Defense - DE J.J. Watt - Texans
Rookies of the Year
Offense - WR Odell Beckham - Giants
Defense - LB C.J. Mosley - Ravens
Jan. 25 - 2015 Pro Bowl (University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz., 8 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Four Cowboys Earn 1st team Offense / Seahawks Place three on Defensive Team
QB Aaron Rodgers - Packers
RB DeMarco Murray - Cowboys
RB Le'Veon Bell - Steelers
FB John Kuhn - Packers
TE Rob Gronkowski - Patriots
WR Antonio Brown - Steelers
WR Dez Bryant - Cowboys
OT Tyron Smith - Cowboys
OT Joe Thomas - Browns
G Marshal Yanda - Ravens
G Zack Martin - Cowboys
C Maurkice Pouncey - Steelers
K Adam Vinatieri - Colts
KR Darren Sproles - Eagles
DE J.J. Watt - Texans
DE Mario Williams - Bills
DT Ndamukong Suh - Lions
DT Marcell Dareus - Bills
OLB Justin Houston - Chiefs
OLB Elvis Dumervil - Ravens
ILB Luke Kuechly - Panthers
ILB Bobby Wagner - Seahawks
CB Darrelle Revis - Patriots
CB Richard Sherman - Seahawks
S Earl Thomas - Seahawks
S Glover Quin - Lions
P Pat McAfee - Colts
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Draft Insiders’ Yearbook NFL Draft 2014
Wide Receiver Positional Overview: This year's group of receivers is an incredible class that may rank with the best prospects in over a decade. The addition of 15 underclassmen significantly improved a below average senior class to make this the strongest position in this draft.
Photo - WR Odell Beckham - Giants
There will probably be at least 35+ receivers over the three-day event. Rookie receivers have been highly sought after with NFL offenses predominantly focusing on the passing game. This is the strongest receiving class since the famous 1996 group that featured Keyshawn Johnson, Marvin Harrison, Terrell Owens, Eric Moulds, Terry Glenn, Muhsin Muhammad, Amani Toomer, Bobby Engram and Eddie Kennison among others.
Odell Beckham #3 - 5-11, 195 - LSU - Sp. 4.40
Hindu Theory Percy Harvin
Electrifying junior receiver/ returner completed a fine career for LSU, earning SEC honors several time over his career. Odell has been a consistently productive big play performer whether as a receiver, runner or return specialist. He combines explosive quickness and speed that allows him to make plays after the catch or returning kicks. He has shown consistent big play ability in those roles to make defenders miss or run away from them. Over his career, he has been a featured big play weapon for the pro style Tiger passing game that has featured several NFL receivers. He is an excellent all-purpose performer who has natural hands and running skills to fill a few key roles as a pro. He was a consistent playmaker in all roles and could earn the #3 job as a slot receiver as a rookie, in addition to both return duties. He has incredible natural hands who runs precise routes and is able to utilize his great suddenness to create space. He is both very quick and fast with the short area suddenness to create running room and hit an opening. He has top speed with the initial quickness to get into his routes nicely and the ability to make fast cuts at the break point and create consistent separation. He displays top AA and has a fine understanding of the passing game with the ability to adjust his routes and make the tough catch. He has the speed to get deep or take the short screen pass and make a big play using his natural running skills. Despite his marginal size, he displays the toughness and body control to make the difficult catch, take the big hit and hold on to the ball. He releases from the line quickly and fights thru the jam to get into his routes. After the catch, his top running ability makes things happen with his rare elusiveness to make defenders miss and speed to run away from tacklers. He is similar to Percy Harvin and Randall Cobb in speed, quickness, style and AA with big play talent to be a game to game difference maker.
The Numbers: As a junior, he started 13 games and had 59 catches for 1152 yards for a 19.5 average and 8 TDs. He won the 2013 Hornung Award as college football’s most versatile player for both his receiving and outstanding return skills. He led the SEC and ranking #2 in the nation in all-purpose yards with a 178.1 average. As a sophomore, he started 12 of 13 games and had 43 catches for 713 yards and 2 TDs. Over his career, he set the LSU record and finished No. 2 in SEC single-season history with 2,315 all-purpose yards as a junior in ’13. He started 34 of 39 games for three seasons and totaled 143 catches for 2340 yards and 12 TDs. Over his career, he had 2 punt returns for TDs in 2012 and had a career 9 yard average along with a 25 yard career average for kickoff returns. Over the 2013 season, he had 32 kickoff returns for 845 yards and a 26.4 average. At the NFL Combine, he ran 4.43 time with a 1.50 ten yard split. He did 7 reps. He had a 38.5” VL and a 10’2” BJ with a 3.94 short shuttle and 6.69 three cone in an excellent display of athleticism. He performed very well in the receiving drills.
The Skinny: Very explosive athlete with the ability to become an impact player as both a receiver and returner. He is a top athlete with the talent to provide early impact and game changing talent. He can be a slot receiver with the skill set to become a major matchup problem. His top open field running skills gives his club a dangerous weapon in a number of roles. Highly-developed athlete with the developed skills to be a much better pro than collegian. Pro Bowl returner to give an offense consistently good field position. Developed skill set to be a very good pro and he probably does not fall beyond the top selections. Impact weapon with big play ability in a few roles.
Draft Projection: 1st Round
DANA POINT, Calif. – The College Football Playoff (CFP) Selection Committee met has the dates set for the 2016 college football season.
“The integrity of our members and the dedication they bring to the table is clear,” said Kirby Hocutt, Selection Committee chair. “We will give the time, energy and effort each week to ensure we rank the best 25 teams. Our members take their appointment seriously and we look forward to the season kicking off this week. This week, we reviewed our procedures and we discussed the data and analytics that are available to help members make their decisions.”
In advance of the committee issuing the first set of rankings, members reviewed timing for the weekly announcements, as well as recusals.
The committee will begin to produce rankings following week nine of the season—similar to 2014 and 2015. Members will again meet in person, on Mondays and Tuesdays. The committee will issue its first rankings Tuesday, November 1, with subsequent rankings taking place the next five weeks. The rankings will be revealed each week on ESPN’s College Football Playoff: Top 25.
The final selection committee rankings of 2016 will be released on Selection Day, Sunday, December 4. At this time, the selection committee will announce Playoff Semifinal matchups, New Year’s bowl pairings, and the final Top 25 exclusively via College Football Playoff Selection Day programming on ESPN.
Below is the complete schedule for the selection committee to announce its rankings on ESPN.
Tuesday, Nov. 1 7-8 p.m. ET ESPN
Tuesday, Nov. 8 7-8 p.m. ET ESPN
Tuesday, Nov. 15 9-9:30 p.m. ET* ESPN
Tuesday, Nov. 22 7-8 p.m. ET ESPN
Tuesday, Nov. 29 7-7:30 p.m. ET ESPN
Sunday, Dec. 4 (Selection Day) Noon-4 p.m. ET ESPN
*Approximate start time will be 9 p.m. from the Champions Classic basketball doubleheader at Madison Square Garden. The rankings will be revealed live between the Kentucky vs. Michigan State and Duke vs. Kansas basketball games.
The committee’s recusal policy remains the same as previous years, which states: “A recused member shall not participate in any votes involving the team from which the individual is recused.”
“A recused member is permitted to answer only factual questions about the institution from which the member is recused, but shall not be present during any deliberations regarding that team’s selection or seeding. Recused members shall not participate in discussions regarding the placement of the reduced team into a bowl game."
“If a committee member or an immediate family member, e.g., spouse, sibling or child, (a) is compensated by a school, (b) provides professional services for a school, or (c) is on the coaching staff or administrative staff at a school or is a football student-athlete at a school, that member will be recused. Such compensation shall include not only direct employment, but also current paid consulting arrangements, deferred compensation (e.g., contract payments continuing after employment has ended) or other benefits. The committee will have the option to add other recusals if special circumstances arise.”
Recusals for the 2016-17 season are as follows:
• Arkansas – Jeff Long
• Central Michigan – Herb Deromedi
• Clemson – Dan Radakovich
• Duke – Tyrone Willingham
• Oregon – Rob Mullens
• Southern Mississippi – Jeff Bower
• Stanford – Condoleezza Rice; Tyrone Willingham
• Texas Tech – Kirby Hocutt
• Wisconsin – Barry Alvarez
For additional information on the selection committee, weekly rankings, and to view the selection committee protocol in its entirety, visit www.collegefootballplayoff.com.
About the College Football Playoff
The College Football Playoff matches the No. 1 seed vs. No. 4, and No. 2 vs. No. 3 in semifinal games that rotate annually among the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, Goodyear Cotton Bowl, Capital One Orange Bowl, Allstate Sugar Bowl, Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual and Fiesta Bowl. The 2016 semifinals will take place December 31, at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and Fiesta Bowl. The national championship game will be Monday, January 9, 2017, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
#1 Mississippi St (9-0) at #5 Alabama Heads Premier Games
Top-ranked Mississippi State (9-0, 5-0 SEC) seeks to extend its perfect season against 5th ranked Alabama (8-1, 5-1) in an SEC West showdown at 2:39 p.m. CT Saturday from a sold-out Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Photo - WR Amari Cooper - Alabama
The contest will be televised live by CBS with Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson and Allie LaForce calling the action. Free live streaming video is also available through CBSSports.com. ESPN’s College GameDay will originate from Tuscaloosa at 8 a.m.
The Bulldogs are aiming for the first 10-win regular season in school history. An MSU victory on Saturday would set up next weekend’s home finale against Vanderbilt with a chance to clinch the division title. With a loss to Alabama, the Bulldogs would have to win their remaining two games and need Auburn to defeat Alabama in order for MSU to clinch the division.
Alabama has won three national titles in the past five seasons. They look to claim a place in the Final four in the inaugural playoff system rankings with a win today. The Tide is a favorite to win a matchup that could determine the SEC West leader and possible national champion.
MSU has embraced the underdog role all season, coming out with victories four times under that scenario. The squad is seeking to become the first team to win at LSU (Baton Rouge) and at Alabama (Tuscaloosa) in the same season since MSU did it in 1957.
“In every article you read, we are big underdogs heading into this game,” said head coach Dan Mullen. We know that role. We are going to be ok with that. Our guys are going to come in with a chip on their shoulder and play with great effort. No matter what everyone else is predicting, we want to play that way every week.”
“We’re back to the team that we were to begin with to begin the season,” added Heisman Trophy candidate Dak Prescott. “No one expected us to win; no one thought that we would win. We were the underdogs in all of those games.”
The Bulldogs are fully rested and well prepared after a 45-16 non-conference win against UT Martin last weekend. Saturday will be the fourth top-10 team MSU has faced this season. The squad has won 12 consecutive games – one shy of tying the school record – and has not tasted defeat in 364 days.
The Tide, ranked fifth in the College Football Playoff poll, survived in overtime at No. 14 LSU last weekend by a score of 20-13. Alabama has won the last six meetings against the team that resides just 84 miles down Highway 82.
Saturday’s matchup features the league’s top total offense and top total defense. MSU is putting up 522.1 yards per game, good for sixth nationally. Alabama is allowing only 275.2 yards per game, including 89.7 yards per game on the ground.
Prescott is the only FBS player to rank in the top 10 in total offense, points responsible for and passing efficiency. Prescott has thrown for 2,231 yards and rushed for 779 yards. He’s tossed 18 touchdowns and rushed for 11.
Running back Josh Robinson stands just 14 yards away from cracking the 1,000-yard mark for the season, while De’Runnya Wilson, a Birmingham, Ala., native, has caught a team-high 22 balls for 367 yards and six touchdowns. Senior wideout Jameon Lewis has worked his way back to full strength and will play Saturday.
Defensively, All-America candidate Benardrick McKinney paces the Bulldogs with 55 tackles. Defensive end Preston Smith is tops on the team in tackles for loss with 11.5, including seven sacks.
Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.
Broncos & Cardinals Top NFL Power Rankings
NFL Power Rankings Week 9 –
Broncos and Cardinals Top AFC & NFC
Rookies of the Week –
Offensive Player – WR John Brown - Cardinals
Defensive Player – LB Anthony Barr - Vikings
Photo – QB Ben Roethlisberger - Steelers
Players of the Week
Offensive Player - QB Ben Roethlisberger - Steelers
Defensive Player - DE J.J. Watt - Texans
Team of Week 8 - Cardinals
Matchup of Week 9 – Broncos at Patriots
Rank / Team / Record
1. Denver Broncos (6-1)
Broncos’ beat division rival Chargers handily in last one.
2. Arizona Cardinals (6-1)
Cards took care of the Eagles at home.
3. Philadelphia Eagles (5-2)
Eagles give up too many big plays.
4. Seattle Seahawks (4-3)
What happened to all those unbeatable claims.
5. Indianapolis Colts (5-3)
Colts were slammed by the Steelers 51-34 in last one.
6. Cincinnati Bengals (4-2-1)
The Bengals beat North arch rival Ravens in key victory last week.
7. Detroit Lions (6-2)
Lions get a week off after edging out the Falcons across the pond.
8. San Diego Chargers (5-3)
Chargers have lost two in a row to West rivals the Broncos and Chiefs.
9. New England Patriots (6-2)
Patriots just find a way to win in soft AFC East.
10. Baltimore Ravens (5-3)
The Ravens’ lost a tough one in Cincinnati and travel to Pittsburgh this week.
11. Green Bay Packers (5-3)
Packers’ were hot vs Saints and Panthers and get bye week to regroup for playoff push.
12. Dallas Cowboys (6-2)
Cowboys were whipped by the Redskins with QB Tony Romo hurt in the process.
13. San Francisco 49ers (4-3)
The 49ers are looking to start a streak with tough NFC matchups over the next month.
14. Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3)
Steelers’ bombed the Colts in critical win with arch enemy the Ravens coming in Sunday nite.
15. Kansas City Chiefs (4-3)
The Chiefs are looking to get a streak going here with Jets coming to town.
16. Buffalo Bills (5-3)
The hot and cold Bills’ rest this week with five critical AFC matchups waiting starting in early November.
17. Miami Dolphins (4-3)
The Dolphins get the staggering Chargers at home in key AFC matchup.
18. New York Giants (3-4)
The GMen are well rested for the Colts Monday nite to start a demanding schedule over the next month of play.
19. Carolina Panthers (3-4-1)
The Panthers are sliding and face the Saints tonight in critical NFC South contest.
20. Chicago Bears (3-5)
The Bears are falling apart and get a week off to regroup before a complete NFC second half schedule.
21. Houston Texans (4-4)
Texans are hanging tough and face a in matchup with Eagles coming in Sunday.
22. New Orleans Saints (3-4)
Saints face almost a must win situation tonight at Carolina for their playoff hopes.
23. Cleveland Browns (4-3)
The Browns get another soft opponent this week with Bucs coming to town.
24. Washington Redskins (3-5)
The Skins won their Super Bowl vs Cowboys in last one.
25. St. Louis Rams (2-5)
The Rams are one of the disappointing teams this year and travel to San Fran this week.
26. Atlanta Falcons (2-6)
Falcons find ways to lose and face a major shakeup this offseason.
27. Minnesota Vikings (3-5)
Vikings can only beat the soft clubs. Get the Skins at home on Sunday.
28. Tennessee Titans (2-6)
The Titans are off this week and no one cares.
29. New York Jets (1-7)
The Jets are a total train wreck.
30. Tampa Bay Bucs (1-6)
Bucs are bottom feeders because they trade top ten picks for 3rd day selections.
31. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-7)
The Jaguars’ are back to reality with loss to the Dolphins.
32. Oakland Raiders (0-7)
The Raiders are after the Lions 0-16 record.
NFL Power Rankings Week 7 –
Broncos and Chargers Heading for Showdown in late October
Rookies of the Week –
Offensive Player – RB Branden Oliver - Chargers
Defensive Player – CB Bradley Roby - Broncos
Photo – QB Tom Brady - Patriots
Players of the Week
Offensive Player - QB Tom Brady - Patriots
Defensive Player - DE Connor Barwin - Eagles
Team of Week 6 - Eagles
Matchup of Week 7 – Bengals at Colts –
Rank / Team / Record
1. Denver Broncos (4-1)
Broncos’ overpowered a scrappy Jets club.
2. San Diego Chargers (5-1)
Chargers just got by the Raiders with Chiefs on the agenda.
3. Philadelphia Eagles (5-1)
Eagles looked like world beaters vs the GMen.
4. Seattle Seahawks (3-2)
The Seahawks showed flaws in loss to the Cowboys.
5. Indianapolis Colts (4-2)
Colts are on a four game winning streak with AFC rival the Bengals coming to town Sunday.
6. Cincinnati Bengals (3-1-1)
The Bengals kissed the Panthers in tie last week.
7. Baltimore Ravens (4-2)
The Ravens’ just quietly take care of business.
8. Dallas Cowboys (5-1)
Cowboys are a super hot club after trashing the Seahawks.
9. Arizona Cardinals (4-1)
Cards are jumping on soft clubs weekly.
10. San Francisco 49ers (4-2)
The 49ers face the acid test this week when they travel to Bronco country.
11. Green Bay Packers (4-2)
Packers’ are riding the hot hand of QB Aaron Rodgers once again.
12. Detroit Lions (4-2)
Lions host the Saints this week in a matchup that could have huge playoff implications.
13. New England Patriots (4-2)
Patriots drilled the Bills and host the collapsing Jets on Thursday nite.
14. New York Giants (3-3)
The GMen were shocked by the Eagles and face the surging Cowboys in Dallas.
15. Carolina Panthers (3-2-1)
The Panthers go to Titletown in a critical NFC contest.
16. Chicago Bears (3-3)
The Bears beat Atlanta last week and host the erratic Dolphins this Sunday.
17. Houston Texans (3-3)
Texans came up short vs the Colts with in key AFC matchup in Pittsburgh next.
18. Pittsburgh Steelers (3-3)
Steelers’ got whipped by the Browns and face the Texans at home on Monday nite.
19. Buffalo Bills (3-3)
The Bills face the Vikings at home this week.
20. New Orleans Saints (2-3)
Saints had two week to get ready for the Lions in a key NFC matchup.
21. Cleveland Browns (3-2)
The Browns pounded the Steelers and travel to Jacksonville this week.
22. Atlanta Falcons (2-4)
Falcons are banged up and travel to Baltimore in tough matchup.
23. Miami Dolphins (2-3)
The Dolphins let the Packers off the hook last week.
24. Kansas City Chiefs (2-3)
The Chiefs had two weeks to get ready for critical AFC West matchup in San Diego.
25. Minnesota Vikings (2-4)
Vikings came up lame vs the Lions.
26. Tennessee Titans (2-4)
The Titans held on to beat the lowly Jaguars this week.
27. St. Louis Rams (1-4)
The Rams host the Seahawks in hope of getting into playoff hunt.
28. New York Jets (1-5)
The Jets gave a good effort vs the Broncos, but offense continues to struggle.
29. Washington Redskins (1-5)
The Skins get a winnable game at home vs the Titans on Sunday.
30. Tampa Bay Bucs (1-5)
Bucs get their bye week to figures out their weekly disasters.
31. Oakland Raiders (0-5)
The Raiders get the Cardinals at home in hopes to turn the tide.
32. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-6)
The Jaguars’ are primed to go after the Lions winless season.