Dan Lambskin wrote:it's just not worth putting a lot of time into because they're such a crapshoot week to week
This guy's wise.
In theory the best kicker will be on a team that is effective between the 20s, but doesn't punch it in the endzone very well. I would put Chicago
in that category, Week One notwithstanding. I don't expect Orton to engineer all that many TD drives, and their O-Line is still suspect in my opinion.
Maybe - MAYBE - you put St. Louis
in that category as well. They've got Holt and SJax, but Bulger is a walking contusion and their O-Line has more holes than RiffRaff's underwear. San Francisco
doesn't terribly impress me on offense. Neither does Seattle
with Burleson out and not much of a running game. Houston
doesn't have much of a running game either, although Schaub & his wide receivers should be good, it stands to reason that they could bog down in the red zone, too.
Those are just some guesses off the top of my head. Like Dan said - it's just such a crapshoot.