Six weeks into the 2010 NFL season, relatively little is for certain. Several teams (the Chicago Bears and Houston Texans among them) have surprised; others (the Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys) have disappointed. The divisional races in places like the AFC South (three-way tie for first) are just beginning to heat up.
For some teams, though, it has been a long six weeks, and the next eleven will feel even worse. The bottom of the NFL barrel has never been grimier or more inept. In a year when the level of play across the league has gotten sloppy and frenetic, the teams who have battled even to stay relevant have looked especially awful.
Who are the worst of the worst? Which winning teams made this list? Which entire division made it? What has happened to good football across the NFL? Read on.