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Slaga's Power Rankings - Week 15


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This is a numerical method of ranking the teams based on their own win loss record and the win loss record of their opponent's, both past and future.

Rank (Previous) Week 15 Combined Winning %

1 (1) Indiannapolis Colts 80.8%

2 (2) New Orleans Saints 75.2%

3 (4) San Diego Chargers 67.4%

4 (3) Minnesota Vikings 65.0%

5 (5) Philadelphia Eagles 61.6%

6 (9) New England Patriots 59.7%

7 (13) Dallas Cowboys 59.0%

8 (6) Cinncinnati Bengals 58.9%

9 (10) Arizona Cardinals 58.2%

10 (8) Green Bay Packers 56.0%

11 (7) Denver Broncos 56.0%

12 (11) Baltimore Ravens 55.6%

13 (14) New York Giants 54.9%

14 (17) Atlanta Falcons 52.4%

15 (12) Miami Dolphins 51.9%

16 (20) Tennessee Titans 51.2%

17 (15) Houston Texans 50.5%

18 (16) Jacksonville Jaguars 50.5%

19 (21) Pittsburgh Steelers 49.0%

20 (18) San Franciso 49ers 48.8%

21 (19) New York Jets 48.1%

22 (24) Carolina Panthers 45.1%

23 (26) Oakland Raiders 42.8%

24 (23) Chicago Bears 41.0%

25 (25) Buffalo Bills 39.3%

26 (22) Seattle Seahawks 39.3%

27 (27) Washington Redskins 34.7%

28 (29) Cleveland Browns 33.3%

29 (28) Kansas City Chiefs 32.3%

30 (30) Detroit Lions 29.4%

31 (32) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28.0%

32 (31) St. Louis Rams 24.3%

1 (1) AFC South 58.3%

2 (3) NFC East 52.6%

3 (6) NFC South 50.2%

4 (2) AFC East 49.7%

5 (5) AFC West 49.6%

6 (7) AFC North 49.2%

7 (4) NFC North 47.8%

8 (8) NFC West 42.6%

5 Teams with the easiest schedule to date:

Green Bay Packers 41.3%

Minnesota Vikings 41.3%

New Orleans Saints 42.9%

Seattle Seahawks 45.4%

Arizona Cardinals 45.9%

5 Teams with the toughest schedule to date:

Miami Dolphins 55.6%

Tennessee Titans 54.6%

San Franciso 49ers 54.1%

Denver Broncos 54.1%

Atlanta Falcons 53.6%

The 5 teams with the easiest remaining schedule:

San Franciso 49ers 10.7%

Atlanta Falcons 25.0%

New Orleans Saints 28.6%

Cinncinnati Bengals 35.7%

Arizona Cardinals 35.7%

5 Teams with the toughest remaining schedule:

New York Jets 82.1%

Carolina Panthers 75.0%

Buffalo Bills 75.0%

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 71.4%

Washington Redskins 71.4%

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Every week there are about 150 views and rarely does anyone post a comment. I would think if no one finds any of it worthwhile, they would just skip it after a few weeks of knowing what is here yet many people still look weekly.

The formula started 50% being each teams W/L record, 25% future opponents W/L record & 25% past oppenents W/L record. That remained the same until the 1/2 way point. I never wanted more than 25% of the grade to be based on the potential of future opponents and I never wanted the future opponent's contribution to be more than its % of total games. At the 1/2 way point the furmula got much more complicated but changed such that the final week the combined % is 66% the teams own record and 34% the record of their opponents (toughness of schedule). At week 13 (12 games played) for instance, the formula was 58% the team's own record and 31.5% (12/16*42%) past opponent's record and the future % was only 10.5% (4/16*42%) of the combined total.

Honest opinion, did I just waste about 10 hours over the course of the season or does any one actually care to look at this stuff? What about the 5 teams stuff at the bottom? Would you rather see 10 teams? Any other stats that I might be able pull from my spread sheet?

No matter the response I will finish this year but I am just getting a feel on whether or not it would be worth it to do this again next year.

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Quite honestly Slaga I love these power rankings. They take all the opinion out and just give a quick shot of not only who's winning, but who's winning against teams that are any good. I appreciate them.

The reason there's not much commentary is since it's mathimatical and not opinion based there's no way to call you a fool for thinking it's one way or another.

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Quite honestly Slaga I love these power rankings. They take all the opinion out and just give a quick shot of not only who's winning, but who's winning against teams that are any good. I appreciate them.

The reason there's not much commentary is since it's mathimatical and not opinion based there's no way to call you a fool for thinking it's one way or another.

Yeah I really enjoy these slaga, I just don't post very much to be honest, but I look at them every week.

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