2019 – Week 4 – Power Rankings

It seems like every week we have new teams at the top, and this week is no different. Read ahead to see who takes over as number 1, and where your team ranks in this week’s edition of the Power Rankings.

Rank Change Team Notes
1 The Wolves have found their way to the top of the standings and the Power Rankings, with the return of Imran Virji leading them to wins in their last 4 games. Expect this dominance to continue next week and more wins to follow.
2 You heard it here last week folks, we called the Tigers bouncing back, and bounced back they did, being the other team to win both games last week. They consistently have their players hitting up and down the lineup, and they are currently the team to beat in my opinion.
3 The Owls have struggled with consistency all year long, and last week was no different. After going 2-0 in week 3, they reversed the script and went winless last week. They seem to be having trouble, and it will continue if captain Kumail Meghani goes another week with only one measly hit. He has to step up, otherwise his team is gonna plunge in both the standings and the Power Rankings.
4 The Bucks have struggled with attendance this year, reminiscent of last year’s Owls. The common denominator: star Irfahn Khimji, veteran Salim Chagani, and perennial no-show Hassan Abbas Kara. HAK has played less games than the reserves on this team, but assistant captain Nadim Rahemtulla is trying his best to cover up by going 8 for 8 last week. If the Bucks want to get some good results, they need their players to show up.
5 The Eagles FINALLY had an undefeated week, and I think these results will continue and not cease. They were supposed to be the top team heading into the season, and they are finally realizing their potential. Personally, I thought they lost the trade with the Lions, but maybe there is some upside for the Eagles. Look for them to continue and prolong this hot streak of finally winning games.
6 The Lions dropped a game this week and tied the other, and this seems out of pocket for this team. Considering the hot start they had, they’ve cooled off considerably, but I am still backing them to finish near the top. For now, they drop to 6th, but look for them to be higher next week.
7 The Falcons went 1-1 on the week, and they seem to be the epitome of mediocrity. They win a couple of games, then they lose a couple of games, and they never seem to gain any traction. They need to string together some wins in order to rise up the standings.

 

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