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NFL power rankings:
1. Buffalo Bills (2-1):
One of the main tenets of the power rankings here is, when there's a difficult decision to be made we ask a simple question: If Team A played
Team B on a neutral field, who would win? Well, I'd still pick the Bills to beat anyone listed above. You probably would too. A two-point road
loss in sweltering heat, when they more than doubled up the Dolphins in yards, plays and time of possession, all with multiple starters out of
the lineup, really doesn't lead me to believe Buffalo isn't the best team in the NFL. Every NFL team loses a game, unless you're the 1972
2. Philadelphia Eagles (3-0):
If you're dismissing the Eagles defense for playing "only" the Vikings and Commanders the last two weeks, go check what those two offenses did
in their games that weren't against the Eagles. Philadelphia's defense is good. I'm bumping the Eagles way up because I was too conservative on
them before. I kept seeing a team that had Super Bowl upside but didn't act on that enough in these power rankings. That has been corrected.
3. Kansas City Chiefs (2-1):
The Chiefs offense isn't the same. It doesn't help when Clyde Edwards-Helaire has zero yards on seven carries against the Colts. It will still
be good because Patrick Mahomes is one of the best quarterbacks we've ever seen, but over the last couple weeks there have been more challenges
than we're used to seeing.
4. Miami Dolphins (3-0):
The Dolphins defense was on the field for 90 plays in ridiculous heat against a Bills offense that wanted to spread it out and pass it all
over the place. Now the Dolphins go on the road on short rest for a Thursday night game at the Bengals. They also have injury issues,
including quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (though excuse me for not worrying too much about him playing through his, ahem, back and neck injury).
If the Dolphins win in that situation, it will be really impressive.
5. Green Bay Packers (2-1):
It would have been nice if the Packers offense put that Buccaneers game away early, so the defense didn't have to face a two-point conversion
in the final seconds. But the Packers were going against a very good Bucs defense. And they got a win that is going to matter a lot when the
NFC gets seeded in January.
CFB power rankings:
1. Georgia Bulldogs (4-0):
For the first time this season, Georgia looked mortal Saturday in a 39-22 home win against a Kent State team that had already lost games on the
road at Oklahoma and Washington. The Bulldogs turned the ball over three times and had to settle for field goals three different times after
driving inside the Kent State 20-yard line. The Golden Flashes scored the first touchdown of the season against Georgia's first-team defense.
The Bulldogs, who finished with 529 yards of total offense, put the game away on Kendall Milton's 1-yard touchdown run with 5:30 to play.
2. Alabama Crimson Tide (4-0):
Coming out of the 20-19 win at Texas earlier this month, it felt like the sky was falling. And while the clouds have cleared somewhat with
decisive wins the past two weeks, it's worth remembering who those wins came against: heavy underdogs UL Monroe (63-7) and Vanderbilt (55-3).
Yes, the offensive line has played better. And, yes, there has been improvement from the defensive backs and receivers. But the real test comes
next Saturday on the road at Arkansas.
3. Ohio State Buckeyes (4-0):
The Buckeyes scored 31 points in the first half against a Wisconsin team who hadn't allowed more than 30 points in 12 straight games.
Quarterback C.J. Stroud had over 200 yards passing and three touchdowns midway through the third quarter as everything was working for
Ohio State on offense. The defense, especially defensive back Tanner McCalister, had a good night as well, holding the Badgers to just seven
points in the first half and closing the game out strong.
4. Clemson Tigers (4-0):
Dabo Swinney felt like he aged 10 years after a 51-45 overtime win at Wake Forest. The good news is Clemson can rely on quarterback DJ
Uiagalelei, running back Will Shipley and the offense to win big games. Uiagalelei had 371 passing yards and five touchdowns, and had his
best-ever numbers on downfield passes (20 yards or more). Shipley added 104 rushing yards and a touchdown, as Clemson needed all its offense
could muster to outlast Sam Hartman and Wake Forest. Despite a full complement of defensive linemen, Clemson had few answers for Hartman,
whose six touchdown passes all came against the blitz. After allowing 28 first downs, Clemson has plenty to clean up, but at least can do
so without a loss on its ledger.
5. Michigan Wolverines (4-0):
Michigan running back Blake Corum ran for 243 yards and two touchdowns in Michigan's 34-27 win over Maryland on Saturday. Corum had the most rush
yards for a Michigan player since Denard Robinson ran for 258 in 2010. The Wolverines didn't make it easy on themselves, giving up 397 yards
of offense to Maryland. Michigan's defense came up big when needed, though, causing three turnovers, two of which were interceptions in the
MLB power rankings:
1. Los Angeles Dodgers (107-48); Previous ranking: 1:
The Dodgers are navigating through one of the most impressive runs in baseball history, as the first team to win at least 106 games in three
consecutive full seasons. The Dodgers won 106 in 2019, 106 in 2021 and a franchise-record 107 -- and counting -- in 2022. In 2020, which was
shortened to 60 games because of the COVID-19 pandemic, they navigated a 116-win pace during the regular season and then finally won it all. Over
these last four years, they've won at least 29 more regular-season games than anybody else. Now they need to validate this run with a traditional
championship. And in order to do so, they need to get their pitching staff in order. A lot of uncertainties remain there as October approaches.
2. Houston Astros (102-54); Previous ranking: 2:
Barring a severe, late-season slump, Astros slugger Yordan Alvarez is going to join a prestigious club. He is likely to become just the fourth
hitter in Houston franchise history to reach a .300 batting average, a .400 on-base percentage and a .600 slugging percentage in the same season.
Lance Berkman (2001 and 2006) and Jeff Bagwell (1994 and 2000) both did it twice, while Moises Alou accomplished the feat in 2000. Alvarez may
be as close to a weakness-free hitter as there currently is in baseball, if only because of his remarkable consistency. Four seasons into his
career, consider some of Alvarez's splits (through Tuesday): .982 OPS at home .962 on the road; .984 against righties, .954 against lefties;
.992 before the All-Star break, .956 after; 1.028 with the bases empty, .920 with runners on base. Simply put, Alvarez is great at pretty much
everything when a bat is in his hands.
3. New York Mets (98-58); Previous ranking: 3:
Yes, that line you saw from Jacob deGrom against the A's on Saturday was correct: 4 IP, 6 H, 5 R, 4 BB, 1 HR. It was his worst Game Score since
May 17, 2019, when the Marlins scored seven runs off him in five innings. OK, it happens to the best of them, but deGrom has now allowed 11
runs over his past three starts -- and the other two games came against the Cubs and Pirates (although he did fan 23 across those two starts).
His next start will be in the big showdown series against the Braves on Saturday. Time for the ace to deliver.
4. Atlanta Braves (97-59); Previous ranking: 4:
Spencer Strider's oblique injury is obviously a huge blow, and while the Braves aren't yet ruling him out of the postseason, he's done for the
regular season. Finishing 11-5 with a 2.67 ERA and 202 strikeouts in just 131? innings, Strider becomes the first Braves rookie in the modern
era to record 200 strikeouts. The Braves still have Max Fried, Kyle Wright and Charlie Morton to headline the playoff rotation, but rookie Bryce
Elder may now be the No. 4 starter if Strider can't go. He just tossed a six-hit shutout ... against the Nationals. His excellent start before
that one was also against the Nationals. His two starts before those two: against the Marlins. He hasn't exactly been tested.
5. New York Yankees (96-59); Previous ranking: 5:
The Yankees turned things around after their massive struggles during August. Aaron Judge has consistently hit homer after homer in tying Roger
Maris' franchise record of 61. The team has also seen a strong performance from Gleyber Torres, who has slashed .333/.404/.598 at the plate this
month. On the mound, New York continues to try to figure out its bullpen situation ahead of the postseason with Aroldis Chapman's season-long
struggles and the return of Zack Britton from the injured list.
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