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NFL Power Rankings - Final (Last Updated: 01/02)
1. New England Patriots (14-2),
Last Week's Ranking: 2nd:
The Patriots have separated themselves from the pack as they move into the top spot in our rankings. New England wrapped up the top spot in the AFC and will have home field advantage throughout the playoffs. The Patriots had no problem against a red-hot Dolphins team. Tom Brady has had one of the best seasons of his career, and it will take a special performance from a team to be able to knock them off in Foxborough. They have a little less than two weeks before they play again on January 14. With Brady in the lineup, New England only had one loss and looked near unbeatable aside from their loss to the Seahawks in Week 10.
2. Dallas Cowboys (13-3),
Last Week's Ranking: 1st:
Week 17 functioned as a preseason game for the Cowboys as they chose to rest their starters for the majority of the game. Dallas had already locked up the top seed and could not improve their seeding. The Cowboys will get next weekend off as they wait to see who they will face in the Divisional Round on January 15. The Packers, Giants and Lions are all possibilities. There is no doubt the Cowboys will be rooting for the Packers to take care of the Giants as New York has defeated the Cowboys two times this season. The rookie duo of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott passed all the tests in the regular season, but the NFL playoffs are a much different animal. It will be interesting to see how Prescott is able to respond on the biggest stage.
3. Kansas City Chiefs (12-4),
Last Week's Ranking: 4th:
It was the perfect day for the Chiefs who won their final regular season game against the Chargers. Since the Raiders lost, Kansas City locked up the AFC West since they owned the tiebreaker after their season sweep of the Raiders. They get close to two weeks off before their Divisional Round matchup on January 15. While they could face any of the four teams playing this weekend, the Chiefs would play the Steelers if Pittsburgh wins against Miami.
4. Green Bay Packers (10-6),
Last Week's Ranking: 4th:
With the way the Packers are playing, they could be the scariest team in the playoffs. The Packers have won six straight games after losing four straight games. Green Bay hosts the Giants on Wild Card weekend. The Packers won the initial matchup this season. Aaron Rodgers is playing as well as any quarterback in the league. If the Packers are able to win their opening round matchup, they would likely head to Dallas to take on the Cowboys for a rematch of the epic 2015 playoff matchup. First, they will have to get past a great Giants pass rush.
5. Atlanta Falcons (11-5),
Last Week's Ranking: 6th:
The Falcons did what they needed to do to secure the two seed in the NFC and get a first round bye. While the score may look close, Atlanta was in control for the whole game. The Falcons offense is playing as well as any team in the league. A Seahawks victory against the Lions would send them to Atlanta to take on the Falcons in the Divisional Round. Matt Ryan threw for 4,613 yards, 34 touchdowns and just 7 interceptions in one of the best seasons of his career. If the Seahawks defeat the Lions, it would be the Seahawks great defense against the Falcons explosive offense.
College Football Playoff title game: Two best teams, Alabama vs. Clemson:
Alabama squeezes the energy out of its opposition through repetition: run, pass, tackle, sack, interception,
touchdown. By the end of four quarters, this python-like formula yields a victory. Alabama has won 26 games in a row,
the latest a suffocating 24-7 win against Washington in the Peach Bowl.
Hours later, Clemson effectively smothered Ohio State, rolling past the Buckeyes in a 31-0 victory that
highlighted the Tigers’ intimidating combination of a wide-open offense and a stifling and physical defense. The
offense was effective despite two more interceptions from junior quarterback Deshaun Watson.
The defense put the clamps down on Ohio State from the start, dominating the battle along the line of scrimmage
and bottling up the Buckeyes’ already inconsistent downfield passing game.
So how do you beat Alabama? There’s the obvious prerequisite amount of athleticism, something the Tigers have
in spades. It’ll take experience on this sort of stage, another asset in Clemson’s corner. It might also
take a degree of perfection. But the biggest key to beating Alabama, as seen in the program’s precious few losses during the Saban-led
dynasty, is to zig when the Tide zag — to not be traditional, as was Washington, and play to the Tide’s
strengths, but to be unpredictable. This is where Clemson shines, particularly on offense. That was on
clear display in last season’s championship game, where the Tigers gained 550 yards on offense,
405 through the air, in a 45-40 loss. Unlike Washington, the Tigers aren’t traditional; they are multiple
in formation, quick in tempo and varied in spacing, three factors that gave Alabama fits last January — and
may do the same when the two meet in the rematch in Tampa.
Flip the question from above: How do you beat Clemson? It’s almost required that you lean on the same sort
of fast-break tempo. Clemson’s lone loss, to Pittsburgh, came because the Panthers were able to match the Tigers’
offensive proficiency. And despite struggling to find their footing against Washington, the Tide have what it
takes to hang with Clemson’s offense. The game should be high-scoring. It should feature more of the same
from Watson, this year’s Heisman Trophy runner-up, and more touches for Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough,
who gained 180 yards in the Tide’s win against Washington. It will feature a smorgasbord of NFL-ready talent
and two of the best coaching staffs in college football — with Swinney, a former Alabama wide receiver,
already mentioned as Saban’s potential successor at his alma mater.
NBA Power Rankings (Last Updated: 01/09)
1. Cleveland Cavaliers (28-8), Previous ranking: 1:
A team that ranks as one of the three best in the league in the catch-and-shoot business, alongside Houston and
Golden State, just added catch-and-shoot maestro Kyle Korver. LeBron James unexpectedly responded to what looks
like such a favorable deal by pointedly calling for the Cavs to follow up by acquiring a seasoned point guard to
back up Kyrie Irving, but the beauty of the Korver trade is that the Cavs, by virtue of shedding Mo Williams
along with Mike Dunleavy, have the roster room to make another addition. On the scheduling front: Cleveland,
believe it or not, is on the West Coast for the first time all season.
2. Houston Rockets (30-9), Previous ranking: 3:
The NBA has never witnessed a season in which two players accounted for at least 20 triple-doubles. But James
Harden is up to 10 triple-doubles -- only seven behind Russell Westbrook -- with 43 games left on the Rockets'
schedule. Besides that glittering 19-2 mark since Dec. 1, what's helped Houston climb to a season-high No. 2 is
the increasing dominance of its bench. The rest of the Rockets are shredding opposition benches by 14.1 points
per 100 possessions with Harden off the floor during these last 21 games, compared to Houston's plenty gaudy
advantage of plus-9.9 points per 100 possessions with The Beard out there.
3. San Antonio Spurs (30-7), Previous ranking: 4:
LaMarcus Aldridge has been crazy efficient of late, Danny Green is up to No. 3 in the league in 3-point shooting
(.458) after last season's struggles, and Latvian rookie Davis Bertans -- in one of my favorite stat finds of the
season from the ESPN research crew -- has never lost an NBA game in which he's scored. The Spurs are 14-0 when
Bertans scores at least one point and a tidy 26-4 since that jarring stretch to open November when they lost three
games in four outings ... all of them at home. As a team, furthermore, San Antonio has moved into the top spot in
defensive efficiency and, as tracked by my NBA.com colleague John Schuhmann, have rung up nothing but big leads
lately. Stop us if you've heard this one before: Write San Antonio off at your own peril.
4. Golden State Warriors (32-6), Previous ranking: 2:
No one in Oakland is panicking. There are still at least 27 or 28 teams ?that would trade for Golden State's
problems. The Warriors, don't forget, are the only team on the NBA map to have won 30 of its first 35 games for
three seasons running. But the Dubs' 0-5 record against the Cavaliers, Rockets, Spurs and Grizzlies can't be
ignored. Two losses to Memphis stand out particularly because A) you won't find many pundits willing to put
the Grizz in the same class with those other top-five outfits and B) Golden State just made NBA history by
going the entire 2015-16 regular season without losing twice to the same team.
5. Boston Celtics (23-14), Previous ranking: 6:
Who should be the East's two starting guards in the All-Star Game in New Orleans on Feb. 19? I'm legit asking
for suggestions here, because it's getting harder by the day to make this call with Isaiah Thomas forcing his
way into a crowded conversation that already features Irving, DeMar DeRozan Kyle Lowry and John Wall. Thomas is
up to 10 30-point games this season, tying the career best he established last season, after he rumbled for 38
points in a home win over New Orleans. Thomas' 17 points alone in the fourth quarter marked the league-leading
sixth time this season he's crossed the 15-point threshold in the final period.
CBA Power Rankings (Last Updated: 01/09)
1. Baylor (15-0):
Baylor is now 15-0 with seven top-55 KenPom wins. No team in the country has fewer losses or more quality victories than Scott Drew's Bears.
2. Villanova (15-1):
The Wildcats bounced back from their loss at Butler by beating Marquette by double-digits. Josh Hart is averaging 19.8 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game.
3. UCLA (16-1):
Lonzo Ball finished with 21 points, eight assists and six rebounds in Sunday's win over Stanford. The Bruins' only loss is a last-second loss at Oregon.
4. Kansas (14-1):
The Jayhawks have won 14 straight since their season-opening loss to Indiana. They're 3-0 in the Big 12 for the 11th straight season.
5. Kentucky (13-2):
The Wildcats have won their three SEC games by an average of 30.3 points. KenPom now projects them to finish at least four games ahead of everybody but Florida in the SEC standings.
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