Pete Prisco's Four-Pronged Rankings

June 1, 2012; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck (8) gets ready to pass during OTA at the Titans training facility at Baptist Sports Park. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-US PRESSWIRE

Pete Prisco, who is not my favorite writer, has come out with this four-pronged ranking system for all of the teams in the NFL. The way he built his system makes sense in today's NFL, but just using 4 positions to determine the success a team will have is pretty silly. He also isn't very good at ranking players.

I don't have much of a problem with where he ranked the Titans players other than having Matt Hasselbeck as the 23rd quarterback in the league. Hasselbeck isn't the player he was a few years ago, but there is no shot that there are 22 quarterbacks better than him in the league right now. Especially not Sam Bradford, Carson Palmer and Mark Sanchez.

You will also see Kamerion Wimbley and Jason McCourty higher on their respective lists after the season is over. Jerry Gray is going to put both of those guys in a lot of places to succeed this season.

Here is all of the evidence you need to see this list is silly- The Dallas Cowboys are ranked #1.

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