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The Rhino and Compass:
Thanks to the fact that we have Thursday night football each week, the ranks are late but at least they made it before Sunday’s games.
The Falcons stayed in first by having a bye while the Bears remain #2 after beating the Lions, closing the gap with the Falcons significantly in the process. This week was supposed to have a huge game between the #3 Ravens and #4 Texans but the injuries on the Ravens defense really showed, and as a result, the Texans crushed the Ravens and took their #3 spot while the Ravens fell to #9. The Ravens loss bumped up the Giants, 49ers and Vikings one spot each.
On the low end, in a 30 vs 31 matchup, the Raiders beat the Jaguars to jump up to #26, while the Panthers lost yet again, falling down to #31. The Browns and the Bills also returned to their rightful spots in the bottom 5. The Chiefs had a bye and remained #32.
The biggest gainers this week were the Saints, who are finally showing some life and jumped to #19, while the Cowboys win over Carolina also surprisingly jumped them 8 spots. The biggest losers were the Bengals, who fell 8 spots all the way to #27, followed by the Jets, who just can’t seem to find any consistency.
One side note: Notice in the playoff projections below….the NFC is WAY better than the AFC this year.
1st Round Byes: #1 Falcons, #2 Bears
#8 Packers @ #4 Giants
#6 Vikings @ #5 49ers
Top 5 Out: #10 Redskins, #11 Seahawks, #12 Cardinals, #15 Rams, #17 Cowboys
1st Round Byes: #3 Texans, #7 Patriots
#16 Dolphins @ #9 Ravens
#13 Steelers @ #14 Broncos
Top 5 Out: #18 Chargers, #21 Jets, #22 Colts, #23 Titans, #26 Raiders
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@ Cleveland - Win
Oakland - Win
@ Pitt - Loss
@ SD - Win
Pitt - Win
@ Wash - Win
Denver - Win
Giants - Win
The Baltimore Ravens tried to keep quiet about an injury to one of their stars and are now paying the price.
The NFL confirmed today that it fined the Baltimore ravens $20,000 for not listing Ed Reed on their injury report. Reed actually revealed the shoulder injury publicly first, and that was the first anyone knew about it. Although it may have been small, the rule is every...
The NFL has fined the Baltimore Ravens $20,000 for not listing safety Ed Reed on the team's injury report with a torn labrum in his right shoulder, a violation of the league's procedures for reporting injury information.
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The Baltimore Ravens were fined $20,000 by the NFL for not disclosing an injury to Ed Reed, which the safety mentioned in a radio interview Oct. 17, according to NFL.com. Ravens said he had been playing with a torn labrum in his shoulder, which he acknowledged had been affecting his play. However, Reed wasn’t listed on the team’s injury report, violating the NFL’s procedures...
The NFL has fined the Baltimore Ravens $20,000 for failing to report safety Ed Reed’s torn labrum. Per the rules, teams are required to report all injures throughout the week leading up to each game. In a statement released by the league, regarding the fine. the following reasoning was given in support of the fine: [...]
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Ravens Fined $20,000 For Not Listing Ed Reed On Injury Report -
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