Which of the seven teams with a 0-2 record still has a chance And which of the unbeatens might falter?

Which of the seven teams with a 0-2 record still has a chance And which of the unbeatens might falter?

Even with a longer calendar – and, in recent years, shortened playoffs – no one wants to start 0-2, and everyone wants to be 2-0. Of fact, in a parity league like the NFL, the majority of the teams are evenly matched after two weeks. Seven teams are sitting pretty (or as pretty as it gets for late September), while seven others are in hot pursuit. This has a tendency to snowball.

Which of the seven teams with a 0-2 record still has a chance And which of the unbeatens might falter?

The Jets, Jaguars, Giants, Lions, and Falcons are among the 0-2 teams in the crowd, as are a few others who had more realistic postseason hopes entering the season on paper (Vikings and Colts). And the unbeatens are evenly distributed across three divisions, with the West displaying its early muscles in particular: Vegas, Denver, San Francisco, the Los Angeles Rams, and Arizona are all 2-0, as are Tampa Bay and Carolina. There are a lot of teams in that collection with Lombardi dreams. So, who of the winless squads has a chance? Which of these 2-0 teams will miss the playoffs? I’m glad you inquired.

Colts

I feel the offensive line and front seven of the Indianapolis Colts have enough going for them to overcome consecutive losses. I wasn’t a fan of the offence in general, and I wasn’t a fan of Carson Wentz in particular, but now the oft-injured quarterback is dealing with two ankle sprains. No thanks. With Wentz presumably on the shelf, Jacob Eason will need a scaled-back game plan, and this club could end up rivalling the Ravens in rushing attempts in the coming weeks. Is that the end of the world as we know it? No. Though their basic Tampa zone looks aren’t exactly changing the NFL, it’s a pretty strong – if unspectacular – defence. Kwity Paye needs to develop as a pass rusher as soon as possible, and they need to produce more pressure and fix some back-end issues. The bottom truth is that this is a well-run franchise with a quality coaching staff… but the lack of a reliable quarterback remains a concern that may derail any season at any time. I’m a little concerned. Although it is only Week 3, their trip to Tennessee appears to be an AFC South tiebreaker game to me, and they are now 0-3, with visits to Miami and New Orleans looming (where the heat and humidity is a major factor this time of year) Then there’s a Monday night game in Baltimore (did you see and hear the Ravens crowd against Kansas City on Sunday night?) Looks like a lot of possible trouble locations. Sure, their division is bad generally, but the Titans came out of Seattle with a major win last weekend that might help them get back on track. In my opinion, this is close to a must-win game for the Colts.

Vikings

The Vikings, on the other hand, seem to find new ways to lose every week, and you have to wonder about their mentality. In Week 1, they should have beaten the Bengals, but instead ended up chasing the game and then handing it back late. Last Sunday, they lost a shootout against the Cardinals, this time on an errant game-ending field goal (a Vikings specialty). It’s worth noting that both losses were on the road, setting up a home opener against the Seahawks in Week 3. The defense’s health is already a source of concern. Dalvin Cook is expected to lead the offence, and he was also injured last week. This appears to be a disgruntled and agitated audience, so I’d suggest a great start versus Seattle. Russell Wilson should be able to cook against this defensive line, and no one throws a better long ball right now. Only Tennessee has allowed more 10-yard-or-more plays than Minnesota, and only Minnesota has allowed more 50-yard-or-more plays. That has to be rectified as soon as possible. The Vikings have three games in a row at home, though hosting Cleveland in Week 4 isn’t ideal. Detroit visits before heading to Carolina, Dallas, and Baltimore. This is a tricky little stretch that must be negotiated with care in order to stay close to Green Bay, the NFC North’s best team. This Packers squad won’t be nearly as excellent as the last two, but you have to wonder if anybody else in the division will put up a fight.

Taking a look at the seven 2-0 teams

The Raiders have to be the biggest surprise among the undefeated, especially given the hardship of their schedule and travel to begin the season. I’m buying them as a factor in the AFC, as I stated on Sunday. They have the potential to be a wild-card team. Within that division, their games against the Broncos and Chargers will be crucial, but they’ve already secured potentially crucial head-to-head tiebreaker victories over Baltimore and Pittsburgh, and they’ll play two of the next three at home – against Miami, at the Chargers, and at home against the Bears. This team isn’t to be underestimated; the offence is solid, and the defence is improving.The NFC West is probably the strongest division in football, and the Seahawks’ sole loss so far is a heartbreaker in overtime to the Titans, a game they should have won. Every week, Tom Brady will be a tough out as he strives for perfection – both individually and collectively – and the Panthers defence has the potential to be genuinely spectacular; this, combined with the return of Christian McCaffrey, makes them worth watching. The NFC is a little more diluted, and they’ve already beaten a Saints club that I believe can contend for a wild card spot.

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