Number 17: Arizona Cardinals (3-2) – Last Week 19
The Cardinals continue to be a tough out for teams. Sitting at 3-2 the Cardinals are very much alive in the NFC wild card race, as of now that is..
Number 18: New York Jets (3-2) – Last Week 20
It’s been an up and down season for the Jets, but that is fully expected out of a team with a rookie quarterback. However, last night the hope from Jet nation grew tremendously as they witnessed Geno Smith take the offense down the field to give Nick Folk the shot at the game winning field goal, which he hit. Wow.
Number 19: Houston Texans (2-3) – Last Week 12
I don’t even know where to start with the Texans. Matt Schuab has been terrible for the team and is really holding them back. The Texans could be a team that makes a huge move in next April’s draft. Much like when the Jets drafted “Sanchise”.
Number 20: Atlanta Falcons (1-4) – Last Week 17
It looks like the Falcons problems are actually real. After being upset and embarrassed by the Jets last night, the Falcons will fly into their nests this week as they have a bye. The season isn’t over though, as four out of their next five games are very winnable games for them; especially since they should be healthier.
Number 21: San Diego Chargers (2-3) – Last Week 18
Philip Rivers had his first “Philip Rivers” game of the season. I wouldn’t be too concerned if I were a Chargers fan. There is still time for them to make some moves.
Number 22: Oakland Raiders (2-3) – Last Week 28
Has Oakland finally found the quarterback they have been looking for? While it probably won’t be answered this season, it is good to see Raider fans finally have something to cheer for.
Number 23: Buffalo Bills (2-3) – Last Week 22
With E.J. Manuel going down with a sprained knee, the quarterback job now belongs to Thad Lewis.
Number 24: Philadelphia Eagles (2-3) – Last Week 27
This should come to no surprise, Michael Vick is hurt and will miss next Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay.
Number 25: St. Louis Rams (2-3) – Last Week 26
I don’t give any credit to St. Louis for their performance this past week against Jacksonville. I would like to see them beat a decent team such as the Texans this Sunday.
Number 26: Washington Redskins (1-3) – Last Week 24
After a bye week the Redskins look to win their second straight game as they are set to take on Dallas Sunday night.
Number 27: Minnesota Vikings (1-3) – Last Week 25
The Vikings clearly have minimal faith in Ponder and Cassel’s ability to lead this team. Josh Freemen has an excellent opportunity to earn the starting job.
Number 28: Carolina Panthers (1-3) – Last Week 23
Cam Newton is off to the worst start of his career. This season was either a make or break season for Newton and right now he looks like he’s breaking.
Number 29: Pittsburgh Steelers (0-4) – Last Week 29
Coming off their bye week and a 0-4 start, the Steelers are desperate for a win.
Number 30: New York Giants (0-5) – Last Week 30
The Giants continue their horrid season with yet another loss to the Eagles. Peyton is on pace to break the TD record and Eli is on pace to break the interception record (not literal).
Number 31: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-4) - Last Week 31
The Bucs had a week to rest and regroup. Now it’s time to take on Nick Foles and the Eagles.
Number 32: Jacksonville Jaguars (0-5) – Last Week 32
The Jaguars are bad. That’s all.