Overall Rankings are so tough in the playoffs because it all depends on who wins and loses.  These rankings are pretty much based on the following scenario:

AFC Wild-card Round

Indianapolis vs. NY Jets – Indianapolis

Kansas City vs. Baltimore – Baltimore

NFC Wild-card Round

Philadelphia vs. Green Bay – Green Bay

Seattle vs. New Orleans – New Orleans

AFC Divisional Round

New England vs Baltimore – New England

Pittsburgh vs. Indianapolis – Pittsburgh

NFC Divisional Round

Atlanta vs. Green Bay – Green Bay

Chicago vs. New Orleans – New Orleans

Conference Championships

New England vs Pittsburgh – New England

Green Bay vs. New Orleans – Green Bay

Super Bowl XLIII

New England vs. Green Bay – New England

Now, I can tell you that this won’t happen.  I wish I was clairvoyant, but I ain’t.  These are my best guesses and are what I’m basing my rankings on.  If you feel strongly that the Eagles will beat the Packers then these rankings just aren’t for you.

Quarterbacks

  1. Aaron Rodgers
  2. Tom Brady
  3. Drew Brees
  4. Peyton Manning
  5. Ben Roethlisberger
  6. Michael Vick
  7. Joe Flacco
  8. Jay Cutler
  9. Matt Ryan
  10. Matt Cassel
  11. Mark Sanchez
  12. Matt Hasselbeck
  13. Charlie Whitehurst

Running Backs

  1. BenJarvus Green-Ellis
  2. Ray Rice
  3. Rashard Mendenhall
  4. Reggie Bush
  5. Brandon Jackson
  6. Danny Woodhead
  7. Joseph Addai
  8. Jamaal Charles
  9. LeSean McCoy
  10. Michael Turner
  11. Matt Forte
  12. Julius Jones
  13. John Kuhn
  14. James  Starks
  15. Dominic Rhodes
  16. Marshawn Lynch
  17. Shonn Greene
  18. Willis McGahee
  19. LaDainian Tomlinson
  20. Thomas Jones
  21. Donald Brown
  22. Isaac Redman
  23. Jason Snelling
  24. Fred Taylor
  25. Dimitri Nance
  26. Justin Forsett
  27. Mewelde Moore
  28. Chester Taylor
  29. Jerome Harrison
  30. Javarris James

Wide Receivers

  1. Greg Jennings
  2. Wes Welker
  3. Marques Colston
  4. Reggie Wayne
  5. Mike Wallace
  6. Deion Branch
  7. Pierre Garcon
  8. James Jones
  9. Donald Driver
  10. Lance Moore
  11. Robert Meachem
  12. Hines Ward
  13. Dwayne Bowe
  14. Roddy White
  15. DeSean Jackson
  16. Jordy Nelson
  17. Derrick Mason
  18. Anquan Boldin
  19. Brandon Tate
  20. Blair White
  21. Jeremy Maclin
  22. Devery Henderson
  23. Santonio Holmes
  24. Johnny Knox
  25. T.J. Houshmandzadeh
  26. Emmanuel Sanders
  27. Braylon Edwards
  28. Mike Williams
  29. Earl Bennett
  30. Taylor Price
  31. Ben Obomanu
  32. Michael Jenkins
  33. Devin Hester
  34. Antonio Brown
  35. Ruvell Martin
  36. Adrian Arrington
  37. Jason Avant
  38. Donte’ Stallworth
  39. Jerricho Cotchery
  40. Julian Edelman

Tight Ends

  1. Rob Gronkowski
  2. Jimmy Graham
  3. Jacob Tamme
  4. Aaron Hernandez
  5. Jeremy Shockey
  6. Todd Heap
  7. Heath Miller
  8. Andrew Quarless
  9. Tony Gonzalez
  10. Brent Celek
  11. Donald Lee
  12. Alge Crumpler
  13. Dustin Keller
  14. Tony Moeaki
  15. Greg Olsen
  16. Matt Spaeth
  17. Ed Dickson
  18. John Carlson

Defenses

  1. Green Bay
  2. New England
  3. Pittsburgh
  4. New Orleans
  5. Baltimore
  6. Indianapolis
  7. NY Jets
  8. Atlanta
  9. Kansas City
  10. Chicago
  11. Philadelphia
  12. Seattle

Kickers

  1. Mason Crosby
  2. Shayne Graham
  3. Garrett Hartley
  4. Shaun Suisham
  5. Adam Vinatieri
  6. Billy Cundiff
  7. David Akers
  8. Nick Folk
  9. Matt Bryant
  10. Robbie Gould
  11. Ryan Succop
  12. Olindo Mare

  1. Bobbi Schulle says:
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    Aaron Rodger

  2. Frank Rizzo says:
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    F you Pierre Thomas. Picked my team on Monday, Wednesday NO sends Frenchy to IR. Wishing I’d grabbed Bush instead.

  3. Lubey says:
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    Idk Chet. I really think Phiily is gonna beat GB

  4. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @Frank Rizzo: He’s an unreliable prick

    @Lubey: It should be very close.

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