NFL's Most Disappointing Teams in 2012

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NFL's Most Disappointing Teams in 2012
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It never fails.

Year in and year out, the NFL teases us with preseason predictions and prophetic pundits, telling us which teams will win big and which teams will fall short. And year in and year out, the vast majority of those prognostications don't play out according to plan.

In 2012, it has been no different. The Minnesota Vikings are in first place in the supposedly "loaded" NFC North, the Eagles lead the NFC East despite a -19 point differential and a -7 turnover differential, and the incomparable Brian Hartline leads in the NFL in receiving yards. And don't forget about the NFC West, which has suddenly become the best division in football.

Adding to the chaos are the teams that have absolutely bombed through the first five weeks. The eight teams on this list had hopes and aspirations for successful years, but have so far looked terrible. 

But we all saw this coming, right?

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