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Ranking system I found interesting

Found this over at Gang Green Nation, and while the sample size is small, it looked very interesting to me.  Is anyone familiar with either Michael Salfino or his system?  What do you think about this, other than the obvious comments on where it ranks Denver = )


Our friend Michael Salfino has offered us an exclusive this week to a power ranking system he put together. I'll allow him to explain how the system works and then post his rankings.


Here are final 2009 Week 4 NFL Key Stat Power Rankings of all 32 teams in the team stats that most correlated to winning and losing since I started tracking them in 2002. These stats are net red-zone possessions (trips for minus trips allowed), net yards per play, net interception rate and net third-down percentage. The numbers in each column reflect where each team ranks in each category. The overall stat power ranking ranking is the rankings added, with the lowest number being the best. The objective is to assess how strong each team is relative to its opponent, division, conference and the league in general. Warning: past performance does not necessarily determine future results.
Rank Team Red Zone Net YPP Net INT Net Third Down Total
1 NO 1 3 5 1 10
2 PHI 6 4 6 2 18
3 BLT 3 6 4 6 19
4 NYG 4 9 3 5 21
5 MIN 7 12 7 3 29
6 SD 2 7 9 14 32
7 DEN 24 2 2 8 36
8 NYJ 12 8 11 11 42
9 GB 7 15 1 20 43
10 DAL 7 5 23 10 45
11 NE 4 18 21 4 47
12 IND 15 1 14 21 51
13 ATL 7 20 13 22 62
14 SF 15 16 8 24 63
15 PIT 15 11 26 12 64
16 TEN 24 10 18 13 65
17 WAS 7 13 17 28 65
18 CHI 12 14 28 18 72
19 JAX 22 22 12 17 73
20 SEA 22 19 25 7 73
21 ARZ 15 21 19 23 78
22 MIA 15 29 29 9 82
23 CIN 15 23 30 15 83
24 BUF 24 17 16 27 84
25 HST 15 26 15 29 85
26 DET 12 31 27 16 86
27 SL 24 28 10 26 88
28 OAK 31 27 24 19 101
29 KC 24 24 22 32 102
30 TB 24 30 20 30 104
31 CAR 24 25 31 25 105
32 CLV 32 32 32 31 127

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