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NFL Quarterpole Evaluation by Division: Can Cardinals and Vikings Keep This Up?

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NFL Quarterpole Evaluation by Division: Can Cardinals and Vikings Keep This Up?
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Kevin Kolb leads Arizona

The NFL season is now 25% complete. As usual, there are givens and surprises. Typically Baltimore, Houston, Philadelphia, Atlanta and San Francisco look great. But nobody saw Arizona at 4-1 or New Orleans at 0-4. After week 3, New England at 1-2 was under .500 for the first time since 2003.

There are a lot of individual surprises. Anyone who says they thought Buffalo's Ryan Fitzpatrick would be leading the NFL with 12 touchdown passes is lying. The Redskin's unheralded Alfred Morris, a rookie sixth-round pick out of Florida Atlantic, is not only the fifth-leading rusher in the league with 376 yards, but tied for second in the league in rushing touchdowns with four.

The leading receiver in yards? Miami's Brian Hartline. The leaders in receiving touchdowns are Buffalo's Scott Chandler, Arizona's Andre Roberts, Pittsburgh's Heath Miller and San Francisco's Vernon Davis. Not a Johnson (Calvin or Andre) or Gronk among them.

I'll take a look at each division in the NFL, making a few observations and foolishly predicting the division winner and wild card teams. Read, agree, disagree, laugh at me and let me know your thoughts.

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