Pep Guardiola has never coached a national team in his life, yet he might be the most influential international coach of the generation.
2018 NFL Power Rankings Week 2
Last week's power rankings had the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at #3 after a resounding beat down of the New Orleans Saints. This week they topped that by defeating the defending super bowl champs and previous number 1, Philadelphia Eagles. How long can the Buccaneers stay on top? Is this all a fluke?
This week's big mover are the New Orleans Saints moving up 20 spots after defeating the Browns in a game full of missed opportunities. The Browns drop back to the bottom half and we have new bottom dwellers after the Texans suffered a three-point loss to last week's bottom team, the Tennessee Titans.
Tune in next week to see what happens in week 3 of our NFL Power Rankings.
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The World Cup is well and truly on the way, and despite hurtling towards an unfortunate record for most scoreless draws, I believe one team will provide a silver lining in this tournament. I predict the Spanish National Team will break the standing record for most goals in a single World Cup.
This article is for the jokesters, the whimsical fellas, the funny bros, and gals. If you're not in the mood for laughter and want a legitimate take on where we think Ronaldo could go, we have you covered here: Realistic Destinations for Cristiano Ronaldo