Rank 'Em: 2011 candy power rankings

Created: October 26, 2010, 9:51 AM

Has SportsNation's sweet tooth developed a new taste?

Welcome to SportsNation's fourth annual candy rankings where this year Kit Kat will be looking to unseat Snickers for the coveted No. 2 spot behind perennial candy powerhouse Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.

The wafer-ific treat covered in creamy milk chocolate has risen one spot each of the last two years and most recently finished No. 3 with M&M's and Twix rounding out the top five.

Skittles, one of the most popular non-chocolate based candies, fell out of the top 10 in 2008 but SportsNation experienced the rainbow (not a double rainbow from what we can tell) in 2009 and if the 11 million fans on Facebook have anything to say about it, the fruity delight could be headed for a top five finish this year.

Simply click on the names to begin your rankings and have a happy and safe Halloween, SportsNation!
 
 
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 21
    2008 Ranking: No. 14
    2007 Ranking: No. 14
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 20
    2008 Ranking: No. 32
    2007 Ranking: No. 36
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 36
    2008 Ranking: No. 31
    2007 Ranking: No. 33
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 18
    2008 Ranking: No. 15
    2007 Ranking: No. 15
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 23
    2008 Ranking: No. 35
    2007 Ranking: No. 31
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 6
    2008 Ranking: No. 6
    2007 Ranking: No. 6
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 34
    2008 Ranking: No. 25
    2007 Ranking: No. 21
  • 2009 Ranking: 37
    2008 Ranking: 38
    2007 Ranking: Not Ranked
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 19
    2008 Ranking: No. 19
    2007 Ranking: No. 18
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 35
    2008 Ranking: No. 28
    2007 Ranking: No. 25
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 8
    2008 Ranking: No. 10
    2007 Ranking: No. 12
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 15
    2008 Ranking: No. 16
    2007 Ranking: No. 17
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 40
    2008 Ranking: No. 40
    2007 Ranking: Not Ranked
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 16
    2008 Ranking: No. 22
    2007 Ranking: No. 26
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 30
    2008 Ranking: No. 23
    2007 Ranking: No. 23
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 3
    2008 Ranking: No. 4
    2007 Ranking: No. 5
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 4
    2008 Ranking: No. 5
    2007 Ranking: No. 4
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 25
    2008 Ranking: No. 29
    2007 Ranking: No. 24
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 10
    2008 Ranking: No. 7
    2007 Ranking: No. 10
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 29
    2008 Ranking: No. 21
    2007 Ranking: No. 22
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 17
    2008 Ranking: No. 20
    2007 Ranking: No. 20
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 13
    2008 Ranking: No. 8
    2007 Ranking: No. 8
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 32
    2008 Ranking: No. 27
    2007 Ranking: No. 29
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 38
    2008 Ranking: No. 39
    2007 Ranking: Not Ranked
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 1
    2008 Ranking: No. 1
    2007 Ranking: No. 1
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 11
    2008 Ranking: No. 9
    2007 Ranking: No. 7
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 27
    2008 Ranking: No. 18
    2007 Ranking: No. 16
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 7
    2008 Ranking: No. 11
    2007 Ranking: No. 9
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 14
    2008 Ranking: No. 17
    2007 Ranking: No. 19
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 26
    2008 Ranking: No. 36
    2007 Ranking: No. 37
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 2
    2008 Ranking: No. 2
    2007 Ranking: No. 2
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 9
    2008 Ranking: No. 13
    2007 Ranking: No. 11
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 22
    2008 Ranking: No. 26
    2007 Ranking: No. 30
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 31
    2008 Ranking: No. 30
    2007 Ranking: No. 32
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 12
    2008 Ranking: No. 12
    2007 Ranking: No. 13
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 28
    2008 Ranking: No. 33
    2007 Ranking: No. 34
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 5
    2008 Ranking: No. 3
    2007 Ranking: No. 3
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 24
    2008 Ranking: No. 24
    2007 Ranking: No. 27
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 39
    2008 Ranking: No. 34
    2007 Ranking: No. 28
  • 2009 Ranking: No. 33
    2008 Ranking: No. 37
    2007 Ranking: No. 35

 



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