With teams keying in on the New Orleans Saints passing game, it really opens up their running game.
The Houston Texans still have a pretty mediocre defense.
With Detroit Lions finally winning (Congrats!) the Browns take firm control of worst team in the NFL.
Browns coach Eric Mangini may not last the season, it looks like the Browns players turned on him in Week 1 after the 1st half against the Vikes.
As already noted on here, Browns QB Brady Quinn continues to look like the bad choice at QB for Cleveland. The Browns are looking like a bad choice for an NFL team.
The 2009 Baltimore Ravens offense is the best ever assembled in Baltimore.
Redskins coach Jim Zorn will probably be on the coaching hotseat soon.
Don't ever think the Pats are done as a team with Bill Belichick still as head coach and Tom Brady at quarterback.
The Buccaneers still have a bad team, bad defense, bad offense, it's bad. It might come down to this team and the Browns for worst team in the NFL this year.
Denver Broncos might be one of the least unimpressive 3-0 teams ever.
JaMarcus Russell is indeed a bust at QB and that probably won't ever change.
Rex Ryan will probably get Coach of the Year.
Brett Favre can actually throw it more than 10 yards. Vikings are pretty fortunate to be 3-0, but that's the NFL for you, there is some luck involved.
49ers are the new favorite to win the Stinker Division...Again, that could always change next week. They should be 3-0, though, which is mighty impressive. They look like the most complete team in the NFC West.
Chicago Bears are 2-1 but probably won't make the playoffs.
There is no difference between QB Matt Hasselback or QB Seneca Wallace starting for the Seahawks, they're both equally unimpressive and both put up the same numbers whenever either one starts.
The Miami Dolphins went down fighting with a valiant effort against San Diego. With the way the Jets and Pats are playing right now, Miami is virtually out of the playoffs with an 0-3 record.
With Chad Pennington out with an injury, the Chargers still had to win a close one at home against the Dolphins. Such is the way with Norv Turner as head coach.
Games in Depth
Tennessee 17 vs. New York Jets 24
Kerry Collins when given time to throw in this game was deadly accurate and it's a good thing since his receivers were never open at all throughout this game. The NY Jets defense plays aggressive and the Titans offense really struggled at times because of it. The Titans made way too many mistakes in this game to win it, which didn't happen a lot last year. Mark Sanchez got off to a great start but the Titans defense started to put the clamps down on him later in the game. The Jets are looking great right now, but I can see Sanchez start to struggle as more teams get film on him and opposing defenses start to gel. Don't be surprised if the Jets struggle later in the season a little. I'm not ready to write off the Titans but they're clearly looking at a Wildcard spot at best right now.
Pittsburgh 20 vs. Cincinnati 23
The Steelers give another game away by not putting the Bengals away early in this one. Offensive miscues and questionable coaching decisions have cost the Steelers in the last two games. The Steelers defense is struggling to get pressure on opposing QB's which didn't happen last year, giving up 20 points in the 2nd half is a big concern to Steeler fans everywhere. Cincy's improved defense didn't look so improved in this game with the Steelers tearing up their D for over 200 yards of offense in the 1st half alone. The Bengals play a more ball-control offense now, Carson Palmer looked uncomfortable early but played well in the 2nd half without the Steelers getting any pressure on him. The Bengals offensive line looked great as did the Steelers O-line.
Indianapolis 31 vs. Arizona 10
Turnovers kill you and they sure killed the Cardinals in this game. The Cards offense was able to move the ball only to give the ball away at the most inopportune times. The Cards probably abandoned the run too early in this one. Last week the Dolphins ran all over the Colts but the Cardinals only attempted 12 runs the whole game. Meanwhile Warner had to throw it 52 times for only 332 yards, 1 TD and 2 INT's. The Colts on offense stayed aggressive throughout the game never letting up, something the Steelers could learn from. The Colts defense looks pretty good but needs to improve if the Colts want to be legit Super Bowl contenders.
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