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Should I Be Worried About My Team?

Ed Wyatt


Ed Wyatt

Written on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 16:33

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We’re almost to the halfway point of the NFL season and while a couple of teams continue to set the pace and a few are well and truly gone, the bulk of the 32 teams are still in the playoff hunt.

That’s the way the NFL likes it, with the majority of fans still convinced their teams can make the post-season, and only those in places like Kansas City and Jacksonville resigned to the fact that their teams are finished.

Heres a look at each of the teams and how fans might be feeling right now:

Its all good.

New York Giants (5-2): Manning. Cruz. Salsa.

Green Bay Packers (4-3): Aaron Rodgers the consummate leader, on and off the field.

Atlanta Falcons (6-0): Last unbeaten team in the NFL.

Houston Texans (6-1): Bounced back strongly after first defeat of the season.

Denver Broncos (3-3): Went into the bye week after huge comeback win over San Diego.

A little shaky, but I think well be ok.

San Francisco 49ers (5-2): Seattle win was ugly but important. Alex Smith needs to get his head right

Baltimore Ravens (5-2): It's a real challenging time for John Harbaugh and his wounded warriors.

New England Patriots (4-3): Can an offensive scheme based around six and seven yard passes get you to a Super Bowl?

Chicago Bears (5-1): Defense is as stout as it gets, offense is too reliant on Jay Cutler.

Were hanging in there.

Minnesota Vikings (5-2): Playing with house money.

Seattle Seahawks (4-3): 4-3 with a rookie QB and those receivers? Not bad at all.

New York Jets (3-4): Missed a win over the Patriots by that much.

Washington Redskins (3-4): RG3 can't play defense as well.

Tennessee Titans (3-4): Two wins in a row after some (including your humble author) said they were done.

Miami Dolphins (3-3): Six points away from being 5-1.

Indianapolis Colts (3-3): If they finish 8-8, I think the locals will be thrilled.

Im feeling a little better.

Dallas Cowboys (3-3): Two good efforts in a row certainly bodes well.

New Orleans Saints (2-4): Defense a worry, but Drew Brees and the offense are explosive.

Pittsburgh Steelers (2-3): First road win of the year and it was in the division. Big.

Oakland Raiders (2-4): Comeback win over Jags kept season alive.

Im getting concerned.

Buffalo Bills (3-4): Can score on everybody. Can't stop anybody.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-4): Team is doing plenty of things right, but not getting many breaks.

Philadelphia Eagles (3-3): Sacked defensive coordinator Juan Castillo. Head coach Andy Reid might be next.

San Diego Chargers (3-2): How do you give up 35 straight points? Maybe Bolts answered that question during week off.

St. Louis Rams (3-4): To be fair, team is probably overachieving.

Arizona Cardinals (4-3): Opened the season with four straight wins, now on a three-game losing streak with the 49ers coming to town.

Cincinnati Bengals (3-3): Yikes. Three consecutive losses heading into the bye week.

Detroit Lions (2-3): Loss to the Bears was U-G-L-Y. Lions had four turnovers, including three lost fumbles (two on potential scoring drives).

Whens the NBA start?

Cleveland Browns (1-6): Rebuilding Browns have been competitive, but eventually losing wears you down.

Kansas City Chiefs (1-5): No truth to rumour that team has asked for a second bye week.

Carolina Panthers (1-5): Cam Newton says something's gotta change. You mean other than his dreadful play at quarterback?

Jacksonville Jaguars (1-5): Things not looking any better with injuries to RB Maurice Jones-Drew and QB Blaine Gabbert.

 

 

 

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