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This time of the year every one is usually optomistic about the upcomming season, but who do you guy think will be the worst 5 teams in the nfl this season(Texans don't count.)

1. Panthers-Don't have a QB, don't have a Oline, don't have a secondary,don't have much hope.

2. Ravens-Lost more quality players than most teams have. Don't have a qb, don't have any wrs to throw to if they did, there d is still above average but far from great.

3. Lions-2 up and comming qbs, but neither of them are ready to play in the nfl consistently. Doubt they will be able to run the ball or stop the run either.

4.Saints-Lost RW! Thank god. Arron Brooks is overated o-line is suspect besides Turley. They also lost their best defender in Glover.

5.Cheifs-No way does Holmes come any where near the top of the NFL runners again. Can't run Vermeil's offense with no WRs, and their suspect D suffers more than anyone from this.

I don't know how far, but the Bengals are off this list. They have a good running game, and a very good emerging D. To bad they have to pass the ball sometimes.
 

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Well you had a major oversight, don't know if it was intentional or not, but Houston will be horrible next year. Every expansion team is brutal, and until one proves me wrong, I will continue to ignore them!(Ed. just re-read your post, saw the Texans don't count....my bad)

32)Houston
31)Carolina
30)Jacksonville
29)Detroit
28)Atlanta

That's my prediction for next season's draft.
 

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Jacksonvile was my 6th team. I figure Brunell is still good for atleast 5 wins. They are a disgrace to football. Why is it the 49ers, Bills, and Cowboys had cap issues just like the Jags, but after 2 seasons are back in the game? I think they should kick the Jags out and give LA a team.
 

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i dont think the chiefs will be bad at all next year. they may get a bad record but that will be more cuz of theyre division.
 

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I think KC will be much improved. their WRs should be better this year as well, Johnniee Morton is very underrated, and Sly Morris is back. Their D should be much improved, well, at least the run D.

StanMarino, i just sent you a PM....
 

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1. Carolina- Needs no explanation
2. Giants- Here's a team with some serious depth issues and they hate eachother before preseason has even begun!
3. Bungles- Until that team is owned by someone else they're going to continue to suck.
4. Houston- They're new, Boselli's injured (as usual) and they're playing in a rough division with Indy and Tennessee.
5. Jacksonville, Dallas, and Arizona all tie for this last spot. They're all equally as bad, but for different reasons.
:judge:
 

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I will do the worst teams of all time!


#1 worst team: 2002 Buffalo Bills
2: 2001 Buffalo Bills
3: 2000 Buffalo Bills
4: 1999 Buffalo Bills
5: 1998 Buffalo Bills
etc.






:monkey: insert bills fan here
 

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not including Houston

  • Jax
  • Carolina
  • Detroit
  • Giants
  • Ravens
 

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1- Carolina... Sounds like the ultimate choice...

2- Detroit... Their season will be a long one & will be over after week 1:D

3- Jacksonville... This team should have fired Coughlin. He has no confidence at all with Brunell.

4- Houston... No chemestry & no offense (rookie QB in Carr, so-so RB in Allen, not much at WR)

5- Minnesota... Moss is like Anakin Skywalker of SW!!! Arrogant, overconfident and must have a mentor to do the jobs... Carter is gone so by week 8, Moss will begin crying...wanting the ball thrown his way because he's double & triple team....
 

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My worst five (in order):

1. Carolina (duh)
2. Houston (its more of a chemistry thing, they have some good talent)
3. NY Giants (man, they are bad)
4. Jacksonville (just bad lol)
5. Baltimore (almost everyone is gone)
 

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Bills (Duh)
Jets ( No D)
Pats ( No QB, AS is a one night stand, TB is old, No secondary)
Ravs ( No team whatsoever)
Panthers ( Duh, but have a better chance than bills, lol)
 

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5 losers

Houston - obviously
Carolina - Weinke's their QB and Cousin is their best DB
Baltimore - ugly offense
Detroit - can't run or stop the run
Jacksonville - injury prone stars + no depth = long season

Honorable mention

Arizona. They're not a bad team but they don't have the defense to compete with their new division rivals.
Giants - maybe the worst O-line in the league, plus a lot of internal bickering.

New Orleans - Lost a ton in free agency, and nobody seems to like the head coach.
 

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1. Houston
2. Carolina
3. Detroit
4. Baltimore
5. Jacksonville

Notice, Bobby Humphrey and Dol_Fan5434, I as a Bills fan did not feel the necessity to name Miami on this list of worst teams. Instead I posted an objective list. I don't mind that you feel that way though. It will make it that much sweeter when I come back and post after Buffalo embarrasses Miami in both games this year.

:D
 

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TigerJ, I share your frustration for subjective posts like that. I do not think Buffalo will be a bottom feeder, but I do think they will be middle of the pack this season, with the playoffs season if they have a successful offseason following next year. With that said...

1. Carolina(no explanation needed)
2. Jacksonville(if Fred Taylor remains injured, they are a different team with him in the line up)
3. Minnesota( Moss wil be couble and/or triple teamed, no other serious weapons besides Daunte)
4. Atlanta(Whichever WR they pick up after June 1st wil help, but not enough)
5. Detroit(will be improved, but not by much)
 

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Randy Moss is in no way overconfident, hye is the best pure all-aorund WR in the league. He has only 1 weakness, his attitude, but that will change over time. Barring injury he will shatter every record Jerry Rice, and or Cris Carter owns. Wait and see
 
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