The Bills played the Pats tight.
The Jets won.
The Titans lost in OT.
The 49ers hung close with the Cardinals.
Houston looked decent against the Eagles.
Cleveland and NO are both better than us.
The Lions held the Seahawks to 9.
We got shutout and gave up 26 to the low-scoring Bears.
Right now I would rate us ahead of the Jets, Titans, and 49ers and about on par with Houston and Buffalo.
There is a chance that we are the worst team in the league though.
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No we aint. oakland sucks ass, and being shut out with the Bears isn't nearly as bad as being shut out by the Chargers, keep in mind Bears are the best D in the league. U say NO is better than us, but keep in mind we whooped them last year 49-3 so we have to see what happens this year. I think the Lions game was a lil more the Seahawks sucking than the Lions playing good.
THat brings me to a point, the last few years the super bowl runner up has sucked, and i think that might happen with Seatle. 49ers hanging with the cards is not good, because the cards suck ass no matter what nebody says. Both teams are contenders for sucking as much as the Packers. And HOuston looked good until they blew a lead, which looks like the same Houston as last year, which ain't good for them.
Don't be so quick to jump off the Pack Wagon, as long as we have Favre we will contend in the NFC north
the raiders for sure. I still think we better than other teams tho also, like San fransisco, I think we could take Kansas CIty without trent green, we can take Arizona they ain't that good, we are still superior to Houston for sure and Tenessee, plus a game with Jets would be competative, but they'd probably win.
TO say that houston and tenessee are better than the pack makes no sense at all, houston is worse this year then they were last year, and tennessee hasn't made many improvements besdes developing young players.
Remember - the first half of the season is the soft part of Green Bay's schedule. It is conceivable that there are only 1 or 2 wins after the bye week. If we want to win six games this year, we better get with it.
Yeah, there are a lot of bottom feeders this year. We'll have to wait and see who wins games in spite of themselves and who continues to strive for the #1 pick overall. Oakland, Tennessee, Houston, and Green Bay go in that category of no aspect of the team looks better than average. There are others such as San Francisco and NY Jets that have something good to talk about, but have gaping holes on other parts of their team.
I don't see how you can put Arizona in there, though. They can light it up. I'm not saying they're a .500 team or anything, but they are surely not in the cellar. And to say we can beat KC because Green is down is a non-argument. We could beat nearly any team in the league if they lost their starting QB. And just because we can beat them doesn't mean we do. We could have beat the Saints...but we didn't. You judge a team by winning, not by capability of winning.
Tampa Bay is the wildcard here...one more week of this nonsense and I'll be ready to put them in the abysmal department along with Green Bay. Thank God Galloway is the only player from that team I took, and he in the 9th round. To think I could have had Maroney with that pick though...never stray from your draft strategy...never...it kills you every time...