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32. Carolina Panthers (1-8): Just a Dream by Nelly
At least that is what the Panthers are hoping. They rank dead last in total offense. Matt Moore went down for the season and Jimmy Clausen suffered a concussion last week. They now have Brian St. Pierre at the helm. He was not even in training camp with the Panthers.
31. Cincinnati Bengals (2-7): Bad Romance by Lady Gaga
The Bengals have arguably two of the top receivers in the NFL in Ochocinco and Owens. Jermaine Gresham, Cedric Benson, and Carson Palmer aren't too bad, either. This team just does not play well together on offense or defense.
30. Dallas Cowboys (2-7): Dynamite by Taio Cruz
You do not really know what to expect from the Cowboys. After giving up 45 points to Green Bay, they come back with a win against the Giants. They are only games away from exploding (positively or negatively), hence the term "dynamite."
29. Detroit Lions (2-7): Blah Blah Blah by Ke$ha
Every year, the Lions tell everyone they will go 8-8. By midseason, the same team tells everyone "if so-and-so wasn't hurt" or "we'll go 8-8 next year" or "we're the team next year." No offense, Lions, but it's all blah-blah-blah again. There are more problems than everyone realizes.
28. Buffalo Bills (1-8): Forget You by Cee Lo Green
The Bills are almost a placeholder in the NFL. They just make sure there are 32 teams. The sole win came against the Lions. The Bills are 26th in total defense and 28th in total offense. These three things are why they came in at 28th.
27. Arizona Cardinals (3-6): Bottoms Up by Trey Songz
Things have gone from bad to worse for the Cardinals this year. After losing Kurt Warner to retirement, they released Matt Leinart after the preseason. By doing this, they never gave Derek Anderson or Max Hall a chance with the first-string offense. They will be playing catch-up this season.