I'm going to go with "If they wear red and gold they are automatically overrated".
Just messing around fellas.
Personally win/loss ratio to me doesn't mean as much as some like to make it seem. Strength of schedule has a factor in that ratio most of the time and therefore a "winning" team can be the benefit of their suckage from last season. If they follow it up the year after a deep playoff run then maybe.
I put little to no credit in power rankings as they are just the opinion of an analyst who uses personal opinions to rank their teams, even though they do tend to be a good forecast of who will be in the playoffs midway through the season.
I use consistency as a way of measuring a teams talent when I "rank" them. If they can consistently find ways to put points on the board and limit other teams from scoring a lot of points each game, as well as keeping mistakes to a minimum, that is a formula for success. It allows for the occasional "bad game" knowing that they are more than capable of bouncing back the next week.