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Let’s quick breeze through the bottom dozen of NFL teams heading into Week 6, looking at everything from the winless groups to the one-win wonders.
No. 32: Carolina Panthers (0-5)
The Panthers are winless and have only scored 52 points all season. Need I say more?
No. 31: Buffalo Bills (0-5)
The Bills join the Panthers as a winless 2010 NFL team and have allowed 161 points this season.
No. 30: San Francisco 49ers (0-5)
The 49ers are also winless in 2010, while scoring a mere 76 points.
No. 29: Cleveland Browns (1-4)
The Browns, winners of one lone game in 2010, are in last place in the AFC North.
No. 28: Detroit Lions (1-4)
Detroit finally picked up win No. 1 of the season in Week 5, but the Lions remain in dead last in the NFC North.
No. 27: Dallas Cowboys (1-3)
The Dallas Cowboys are having a dreadful 2010 campaign and are currently in last place in the NFC East.
No. 26: Minnesota Vikings (1-2)
Brett Favre isn’t the only one suffering in Minnesota as the Vikings have gotten out to a pitiful 1-2 record with Monday night’s showdown against the New York Jets looming around the corner.
No. 25: Cincinnati Bengals (2-3)
The Cincinnati Bengals have lost two straight contests and are currently in third place in the AFC North.
No. 24: St. Louis Rams (2-3)
The Rams lost in Week 5 and are currently in third place in the NFC West.
No. 23: Denver Broncos (2-3)
The Broncos dropped their Week 5 matchup and is currently in third place in the AFC West.
No. 22: San Diego Chargers (2-3)
The Chargers are somehow holding onto second place in the AFC West, despite dropping one game under the .500 mark with Sunday’s loss to Oakland.
No. 21: Oakland Raiders (2-3)
Oakland picked up a much-needed win in Week 5, boosting the 2-3 Raiders to No. 21 in the Week 6 NFL power rankings.