Number 17: New York Giants
David Wilson, benched.. Eli Manning, three interceptions. Although it’s early, there might be some issues headed forward for this team if they can’t get this situated.
Number 18: Washington Redskins
Both RGIII and Alfred Morris were unimpressive in their season opener against the Eagles. Redskins nation better hope these two could get back in sync because they have to travel to Green Bay to take on the Packers.
Number 19: Detroit Lions
Reggie Bush’s debut was definitely a success for the Lions. Once Calvin Johnson gets involved in this offense this team could be very scary and make a run at the NFC North.
Number 20: Kansas City Chiefs
Andy Reid and Alex Smith both had tremendous debuts for the Chiefs this past weekend. Even though they played the Jaguars, they still have a very talented young roster.
Number 21: Tennessee Titans
Defeating the Steelers to open up the season was much needed for the Titans, however, the positivity going around Tennessee might be short lived as the Titans are set to face the Texans on Sunday, in Houston.
Number 22: Minnesota Vikings
It won’t be long until Christian Ponder is a back-up in this league and no matter how good Adrian Peterson is, he can’t carry this team by himself two years in a row.
Number 23: Arizona Cardinals
Even though they are number 23 on my list, the Cardinals aren’t as bad as people might think. Carson Palmer is the best quarterback they’ve had since Kurt Warner. This team is going to be a tough out for a lot of teams this season.
Number 24: Pittsburgh Steelers
For a team that has been plagued with offensive line problems throughout the past few years, losing center Maurkice Pouncey to a torn ACL and MCL is not a very positive way to start the season. This year could be a long one for Pittsburgh.
Number 25: Carolina Panthers
Although the Panthers defense held the Seahawks to only 12 points, Carolina’s offense performed well below average.
Number 26: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Unfortunately for Tampa Bay a bone-head move at the end of the game by Lavonte David cost the Bucs an opportunity at starting the season off 1-0.
Number 27: New York Jets
The Jets definitely caught a break against the Bucs on Sunday, however, Geno Smith looked A LOT better than Mark Sanchez.
Number 28: Buffalo Bills
A victory against New England to start off the season would’ve been huge for Buffalo. One positive thing that Buffalo fans can take away from this game was the production they got out of rookie quarterback E.J. Manuel.
Number 29: Oakland Raiders
Despite nearly defeating Andrew Luck’s Colts on Sunday, the Raiders still find themselves towards the bottom of my list. However, now that they have their quarterback they can’t really go anywhere but up, right?
Number 30: San Diego Chargers
So close, yet so far. The Chargers blew a huge opportunity to gain some momentum early on in the season. After blowing a 21 point lead this team has to be a bit deflated. Now it’s time to take on Mike Vick, LeSean McCoy and DeSean Jackson.
Number 31: Cleveland Browns
Despite an impressive run defense, this team struggled everywhere else. Maybe drafting Weeden in the first round wasn’t the best idea..
Number 32: Jacksonville Jaguars
Not much to say here. They’re really bad. If I were Manziel I’d keep partying it up at ‘College Station’ because he wont have much fun in Jacksonville.