Teams 32-25 all have loosing records and are at the bottom of both their respected divisions and conferences. Although a team isn't usually as bad as their record might suggest, the teams on this page are a few losses away from being eliminated from playoff contention.
32. Buffalo Bills (0-7) The Bills are the only team in the NFL that has yet to win a game. However, the last few weeks they've come very close. They put up 34 points on the Ravens in Baltimore, and took both the Ravens and Chiefs to overtime. If they can continue to play well they should get their 1st win sooner then later.
31. Dallas Cowboys (1-6) Tony Romo is injured, the media is asking for Wade Phillips head, and the sky is falling in Dallas. O.k. maybe not that last part but the Cowboys season is all but over. How quickly Super Bowl aspirations can disappear. Now the question for the Cowboys is "will they still play hard?", only time will tell.
30. Carolina Panthers (1-6) The Carolina Panthers got their 1st win of the season in week 7, but in week 8 they lost 20-10 to the St.Louis Rams. The Panthers are one of the worst teams in the leagues and struggle in all aspects of the game besides pass defense. I have no doubt in my mind that the Panthers will have a top 5 pick in the 2011 draft.
29. Denver Broncos (2-6) The Denver Broncos have lost 4 straight games and have been outscored by 71 points in that span. They can't run the ball (ranked dead last in rushing offense) and they can't stop the run (ranked 31st in rushing defense). Kyle Orton is playing well and so are his receivers but individual stats mean very little when you can't win games. It might be time to see what Tim Tebow has to offer.
28. Cincinnati Bengals (2-5) The Cincinnati Benglas have lost 4 straight games. That sounds awful. The Bengals have lost those 4 straight games by the following amount of points, 3, 3, 7, 8. That's right, they've been in every game. Good teams find a way to win, bad teams find a way to lose. The Bengals are a bad team.
27. Cleveland Browns (2-5) The Browns move up a bid by having a bye week in week 8, and defeating the defending champions, the New Orleans Saints the year before. The Colt McCoy era is under way and the Browns always seem to give their best effort. A few more talented players in some key areas and the Browns could be a really good team.
26. Minnesota Vikings (2-5) The Vikings are in contention for most disappointing team in the NFL this year. A team that has perennial pro-bowlers everywhere, including a few future Hall of Famers, should be better then 2-5 no matter what. In fact, the only two wins the Vikings have are against teams with losing records. Now, Brett Favre is banged up in more ways then one, and the Vikings placed outspoken receiver Randy Moss on waivers, on Monday, in other words the ship is sinking.
25. San Francisco 49ers (2-6) The 49ers should thank their lucky stars that they play in the NFC West. Only in the NFC West division can you still be in contention at 2-6. The 49ers have a bye this week and will look to have miracle second half season to win the division. My suggestion: run talented Frank Gore until his legs fall off.
24. Detroit Lions (2-5) The Lions are one of the "what if" teams. What if the Calvin Johnson play in week 1 would have been ruled a touchdown? What if Matthew Stafford had never gotten injured? The Lions still have a lot to be excited about. A good young quarterback and running back. Maybe the next Warren Sapp at defensive tackle in Ndamkung Suh, and one of the most dominant wide-receiver in the NFL in Calvin Johnson. The future finally looks bright for the Lions.