AFC West: Paul Kuharsky
Posted by ESPN.com’s Bill Williamson
We have streamlined the voting process. I no longer have a vote. AFC South blogger Paul Kuharsky is the AFC representative.
I still have an opinion though, so here goes:
Power ranking: 11th
My ranking range: 6-8.
Why: The Chargers should have beaten Baltimore, the No. 1 ranked team, Sunday. San Diego is ravaged by injuries and still played well. This is a top-10 team.
Power ranking: 20th
My ranking range: 16-18
Why: I think Denver is being under ranked. I’m not ready to say this is going to be surprise team, but the Broncos are 2-0 and are better than No. 20.
Power ranking: 26th
My ranking range: 21-23
Why: The under ranking is continuing. The Raiders are closer to the middle than the bottom of the league.
Power ranking: 30th
My ranking range: 28-31
Why: Finally, I agree. The Chiefs have some life. But they just can’t win. So they are at the bottom of the league for now.
Meanwhile, Kuharsky has a post explaining his San Diego and Kansas City decisions.
Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
Unlike AFC South blogger Paul Kuharsky, I will not poke fun at AFC East blogger Tim Graham's choice of recreation. Just keep it safe, Tim.
But like Kuharsky, I do see some value in addressing Madden 10's player rankings. While it is not gospel, these rankings are a decent barometer of how a player is regarded. Some players who play (and some who used to play) in the AFC West, made the top 10 lists. Here's a look:
Quarterback: 7. Philip Rivers.
Running back: 3. LaDainian Tomlinson
Wide receiver: T-8. Brandon Marshall
Defense: T-1. Nnamdi Asomugha.