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Is it me or alot of team looking very bad so far? 3/4 the league looks horrible and the 1/4 look good

usually it is 50 50

 
Really? I actually think we're seeing better teams this year than we have in the past. I'll break it down and you can tell me where I'm wrong:

Juggernauts (talented teams we knew would be good):

1. Dallas

2. Green Bay

3. New England (yeah, despite the Brady loss)

4. Pittsburgh

5. Giants

Legitimate playoff teams:

1. Philly

2. Tennessee

3. Indianapolis

4. Carolina

5. Arizona (with Warner in this team is good)

6. Denver

Talented but underperforming teams (teams who going far couldn't shock you):

1. Jacksonville

2. San Diego

3. Minnesota

4. New Orleans

5. Cleveland

Surprisingly competitive teams (teams that have good wins and haven't looked bad):

1. Jets

2. Chicago

3. Washington

4. Buffalo

Bad teams:

1. KC

2. Oakland

3. Houston

4. Miami

5. Baltimore

6. Cinci

7. Seattle

8. San Fran

9. Atlanta

10. Detroit

Really, I think 2/3 of the league is good in the sense that I would not be surprised to see them go far in the playoffs. I think for parity's sake that is pretty impressive. To say 3/4 of the league is horrible is pretty crazy IMO.

 
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Really? I actually think we're seeing better teams this year than we have in the past. I'll break it down and you can tell me where I'm wrong:Juggernauts (talented teams we knew would be good):1. Dallas2. Green Bay 3. New England (yeah, despite the Brady loss)4. Pittsburgh5. GiantsLegitimate playoff teams:1. Philly2. Tennessee3. Indianapolis4. Carolina5. Arizona (with Warner in this team is good)6. DenverTalented but underperforming teams (teams who going far couldn't shock you):1. Jacksonville2. San Diego3. Minnesota4. New Orleans5. ClevelandSurprisingly competitive teams (teams that have good wins and haven't looked bad):1. Jets2. Chicago3. Washington4. BuffaloBad teams:1. KC2. Oakland3. Houston4. Miami5. Baltimore6. Cinci7. Seattle8. San Fran9. Atlanta10. DetroitReally, I think 2/3 of the league is good in the sense that I would not be surprised to see them go far in the playoffs. I think for parity's sake that is pretty impressive. To say 3/4 of the league is horrible is pretty crazy IMO.
You forgot the worst team of all.......the St. Louis Rams.
 
maxwell1295 said:
Zow said:
Really? I actually think we're seeing better teams this year than we have in the past. I'll break it down and you can tell me where I'm wrong:Juggernauts (talented teams we knew would be good):1. Dallas2. Green Bay 3. New England (yeah, despite the Brady loss)4. Pittsburgh5. GiantsLegitimate playoff teams:1. Philly2. Tennessee3. Indianapolis4. Carolina5. Arizona (with Warner in this team is good)6. DenverTalented but underperforming teams (teams who going far couldn't shock you):1. Jacksonville2. San Diego3. Minnesota4. New Orleans5. ClevelandSurprisingly competitive teams (teams that have good wins and haven't looked bad):1. Jets2. Chicago3. Washington4. BuffaloBad teams:1. KC2. Oakland3. Houston4. Miami5. Baltimore6. Cinci7. Seattle8. San Fran9. Atlanta10. DetroitReally, I think 2/3 of the league is good in the sense that I would not be surprised to see them go far in the playoffs. I think for parity's sake that is pretty impressive. To say 3/4 of the league is horrible is pretty crazy IMO.
You forgot the worst team of all.......the St. Louis Rams.
Well yeah. I think I also missed Tampa in there as a decent team. Nonetheless, my point is still that 2/3 of the league is "pretty good."
 
Agreed.

I think what's throwing folks off is that some of the traditionally good teams (at least for the past few years) look pretty vulnerable after 2 weeks of play. Plus, the bad teams have looked really bad so far.

 
Jacksonville is surprisingly bad. New England is overrated on your list...they're just a playoff team until they show they can score.

 
Zow said:
Really? I actually think we're seeing better teams this year than we have in the past. I'll break it down and you can tell me where I'm wrong:Juggernauts (talented teams we knew would be good):1. Dallas2. Green Bay 3. New England (yeah, despite the Brady loss)4. Pittsburgh5. GiantsLegitimate playoff teams:1. Philly2. Tennessee3. Indianapolis4. Carolina5. Arizona (with Warner in this team is good)6. DenverTalented but underperforming teams (teams who going far couldn't shock you):1. Jacksonville2. San Diego3. Minnesota4. New Orleans5. ClevelandSurprisingly competitive teams (teams that have good wins and haven't looked bad):1. Jets2. Chicago3. Washington4. BuffaloBad teams:1. KC2. Oakland3. Houston4. Miami5. Baltimore6. Cinci7. Seattle8. San Fran9. Atlanta10. DetroitReally, I think 2/3 of the league is good in the sense that I would not be surprised to see them go far in the playoffs. I think for parity's sake that is pretty impressive. To say 3/4 of the league is horrible is pretty crazy IMO.
Not a bad list at all, but a couple i disagree with:Buffalo is a legitmate playoff team. Straight up.I'm not too sure i'd consider Houston as a bad team yet. They lost, albeit pretty badly, to Pit in Pit. If they played today, they would have #### kicked Baltimore at home.
 

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