The Worst Power Rankings of Athletes in the History of Ever

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I trust Bloomberg. I trust BusinessWeek.

Put them together and, sorry, I don't trust their b.s. Their b.s., as in their latest list of The 100 Most Powerful Athletes.

They've put out their list and, despite his sorta newsy fall from grace, Tiger Woods is still No. 1. Really? And Phil Micklelson No. 3?

In the top 20 there isn't a single soccer player. And ...

Roger Federer is behind Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams. Tony Romo? Derek Jeter? Nowhere.

I didn't read the rest, but be my guest. What else did they screw up?

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