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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Team Defenses - Week 2
John Tuvey
September 15, 2010
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Green Bay Packers GBP 10
  2 Philadelphia Eagles PHI 8
  3 New York Jets NYJ 7
  4 Baltimore Ravens BAL 8
  5 Pittsburgh Steelers PIT 5
Moving Up 6 New York Giants NYG 8
  7 Minnesota Vikings MIN 4
  8 New Orleans Saints NOS 10
  9 Dallas Cowboys DAL 4
  10 Chicago Bears CHI 8
Moving Up 11 New England Patriots NEP 5
  12 Miami Dolphins MIA 5
  13 Tennessee Titans TEN 9
  14 San Francisco 49ers SFO 9
  15 San Diego Chargers SDC 10
  16 Arizona Cardinals ARI 6
  17 Detroit Lions DET 7
  18 Tampa Bay Buccaneers TBB 4
  19 Cincinnati Bengals CIN 6
  20 Carolina Panthers CAR 6
Moving Down 21 Indianapolis Colts IND 7
  22 Atlanta Falcons ATL 8
Moving Up 23 Kansas City Chiefs KCC 4
  24 Denver Broncos DEN 9
  25 Seattle Seahawks SEA 5
  26 Cleveland Browns CLE 8
  27 Buffalo Bills BUF 6
  28 Washington Redskins WAS 9
  29 Jacksonville Jaguars JAC 9
  30 Houston Texans HOU 7
  31 St. Louis Rams STL 9
  32 Oakland Raiders OAK 10

New York Giants – Moving Up
Sure, they got it done against a team with an inexperienced quarterback that failed to find the end zone during the preseason. But they looked a whole lot like the same defense that put up good fantasy numbers in 2008 and really good fantasy numbers in 2007.

New England Patriots – Moving Up
All the young talent is starting to come together, both on the defensive side and in the return game where Brandon Tate looked pretty doggone healthy..

Indianapolis Colts – Moving Down
Tenuous to begin with, the fantasy value of Indy's defense took a hit when Bob Sanders went down yet again. If the No. 1 passing team in the league doesn't even bother to throw against the Colts, it doesn't bode well for what the rest of the league will do to them sans Sanders.

Kansas City Chiefs – Moving Up
In Dexter McCluster and Javier Arenas the Chiefs appear to have not one but two Dante Hall clones in the return game.

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