[Editor's Note: We regret the delay in delivering this week's Stink Rankings. Tim the Dis-Enchanter was earning his Masters in A-hole studies at Curmudgeon University. Congratulations, Tim, you're a certified *&^%$ now!]
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Week Four Stink Rankings
1.) Seahawks +24 – Number one and still boring.
2.) Broncos +1 – Poor Peyton. The NFL has been so unfair to him with their mean scheduling – like the season opener in Denver against the Super Bowl champion Ravens. Thanks Papa.
3.) Cowboys +3 – Dallas at San Diego. Who would have thought that this would be THE defining moment for both of these teams?
4.) Chiefs -1 – Surgeons are fashioning a fire hose into a lap-band for Andy Reid.
5.) Bears -1 – It’s just about time for VaJayJay to take a big dive. Detroit should be just about the right place.
6.) Bengals -1 – The NFL will be broadcasting a test pattern during breaks in the Cincinnati/Cleveland game since no one would buy advertising.
7.) Falcons +14 – Who cares.
8.) 69ers -6 – Man, it sucks when other teams have all of that tape to look at after your rookie year, doesn’t it? Not that an underperforming defense gets a pass.
9.) Texans -5 – Welcome back to mediocrity. Your table is right this way, Mr. Schaub.
10.) Dolphins +9 – If the Saints don’t obliterate Tannehomo and the tuna fish, I’m calling out of work Tuesday.
11.) Patriots -4 – The Falcons should easily mop the floor with these Pukes – Gronk or no Gronk.
12.) Saints -1 – 3-0 and no one talks about them. Are they the Bills now?
13.) Redskins +2 – Let’s hope they can beat the Raiders. Otherwise we will have to refer to him as RG0-4, and it just doesn’t ‘pop’ the way “RG1-3” does.
14.) Packers +1 – This guy I work with is a big religious fanatic and also a Packers fan (for reasons unknown). I’ll bet he has a fantasy where the Pope comes out to do Easter Mass with one of those stupid cheese hats on and then gives the “Discount Double-check”
15.) Chargers +9 – Who would have thought the San Diego/Dallas game would be so damn interesting all of the sudden.
16.) Rams -4 – Sam Bradford’s career is over.
17.) Cardinals +1 – Arizona at Tampa Bay? Almost as exciting as Buffalo at Cleveland.
18.) Ravens +1 – Look for some team records to be broken on Sunday as the Ravens humiliate what’s left of the Buffalo Bills.
19.) Lions +1 – Donkey Kong Suh.
20.) Colts +1 – Agape.
21.) Eagles +1 – Things won’t get much better for “Chippy” and the dog killers this week in Denver.
22.) Jets +1 – Sanchez still out with a torn Labia, but Smith throwing approximately the same percentage of interceptions so as not to disappoint.
23.) Panthers +2 –Boring.
24.) Steelers +2 – If the bloody Steelers don’t skive on Sunday, Big Ben might look to tickle his bell-end in a pub, governor!
25.) Giants -11 – OK Mr. Coughlin, no one is laughing at your impression of the Buffalo Bills. No one except me. I’m actually laughing a lot.
26.) Vikings +1 – The Vikings should ponder getting a new quarterback. Sam Bradford will be available soon.
27.) Raiders +1 – I would rather slam my testicles in the car door than watch the Raiders play on Sunday.
28.) Buccaneers +1 – What rhymes with “Posh Preeman Pot Penched Per Pike Plennon”?
29.) Titans +1 – I would not have guessed the Titans/Jets game to be one worth watching this week.
30.) Bills -13 – Hopelessness. Marrone has failed. Players have not “bought in”. Mario Williams is a bum. Manuel is a second string QB. The team is all beat up from injuries because they are not conditioned. The Marrone/Manuel regime will set the organization back another 4 years – minimum.
31.) Browns -15 – Mexican-Americans continue to protest the team’s name through Hispanic Heritage Month.