There are generally three basic tiers you can use to separate NFL teams on a yearly basis. You have the contenders, pretenders and teams that basically just suck.
The NFL has really become a quarterback league, making it almost impossible to do anything without a quality passer. That means that teams that are at the bottom of the league probably have major issues at quarterback.
While the running game used to carry a lot of weight, that isn't really the case anymore. The Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl last year without a big-name runner, and even though Minnesota's Adrian Peterson has continued to be a top runner this year, his team is 1-6.
With that being said, the following takes a look at five of the teams that literally have no hope this season. And I can assure you that all of them would love to have a better passing game than they currently do.