The 2016 NFL regular season has come to a close. Now, we await for the NFL playoffs and the NFL Draft. The Browns finished with the worst record, giving them the first overall selection. Picks 21-32 are subject to change barring results in the playoffs. For now, I quickly placed the teams in based off expeditious selections. This mock will be updated about every month. Lastly, I hope my co-authors of this site post their own mocks.
Alabama wins the SEC, while Penn State beat Wisconsin to claim the Big 10 title. Check out where your team stands heading into bowl season.
Alabama remains the number one team yet again after a win vs Auburn in the Iron Bowl. Ohio State helps their CFB playoff case with a big win over Michigan. Check out where your team stands heading into the next week!
The Seattle Seahawks remained the number one team for a second week in a row. Also, the Denver Broncos entered the top 5. Find out where your NFL team stands below!
With two weeks left in the regular season, I am going to break down a number of teams who have a chance to make the College Football Playoff. Following, I will give my prediction for the Final 4 Teams. Let’s get started!
Houston upset Louisville, ending their chances of a possible CFP berth. A few changes occurred in the top 10, too. Find out where your school stands heading into next week.
The Seattle Seahawks claim the number one spot after a 31-24 victory over the New England Patriots. I have also included my playoff predictions for each conference at the bottom of the page. This will be updated on a weekly basis in each of the new ranking posts. Find out below where your team stands and if they are in contention for a playoff spot!
It was a wild week in college football, as the second, third, and fourth ranked teams all suffered their first loss of the season. How will these losses shake up this week’s rankings and the college football playoff? Find out below!
Alabama remains the number one team for the tenth consecutive week. Find out where your favorite school stands in this week’s college football rankings.