Nfl Team Schedules
September 6, 2011 by staff
Nfl Team Schedules, After a weird off-season, it’s time for football in America. It’s a clean slate for all 32 teams, but some are undoubtedly better than others. Below is a week my rating and review.
1. Green Bay Packers – Super Bowl champions as 45, the Packers held the top spot until he won. The return of TE Jermichael Finley, RB Ryan Grant, S Morgan Burnett (among others) negates the fact that the Packers decided not to be a player in free agency.
2. New England Patriots – always have the opportunity to Brady. WR Chad Ochocinco DT Albert Haynesworth and presented is as spare parts and help whenever you can stay healthy. General weakness is their pass rush.
3. Pittsburgh Steelers – With the exception of the rookies drafted, this is almost the same team that took the field last season. The biggest difference is that Ben Roethlisberger will be in the middle of the week 1, and Charlie Batch.
4. Atlanta Falcons – People forget that it was the # 1 seed in the NFC last season? Will not be easy to double its range of motion than a year ago, but they are rock solid. DE Ray Edwards was hired to complement John Abraham in pressuring the QB.
5. New Orleans Saints – The Saints will release the rock, but they are best placed to make bags of rock with Mark Ingram replace Reggie Bush. They had 26 interceptions in 2009. That number fell to 10 in 2010. If the defense can put a number in between, the team will test the home field advantage in the playoffs.
6. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES – Some people see Michael Vick, Cullen Jenkins and Nnamdi Asomugha. I see Vick running for his life, Jenkins from his injury, and Nnamdi factor for teams that do not run around the front Eagles. Talent? Yes Dream team? No.
7. BALTIMORE RAVENS – The Ravens were out of time with Ray Lewis and Ed Reed control of the defense. The addition of WR Lee Evans will help the passing game as QB Joe Flacco seeks greater consistency.
8. San Diego Chargers – I’m still trying to figure out how a team that finished best in the league in offense and defense could not make the playoffs. They are in the top 10 based on their talent. RB Ryan Matthews Second year should have a greater impact on crime.
9. NY Jets – O head coach Rex Ryan has been quiet during the offseason, or just what I’ve tuned. He has promised a Super Bowl three years ago … if I’m a fan of the Jets, it’s time to give birth.
10. Kansas City Chiefs – The schedule is a murderer for the leaders this season. Four of their first six games on the road and face the Packers, Patriots and Steelers. Starting at 10 due to a close last season, but face an uphill battle to stay in this place.
11. Houston Texans – well, this is the year the Texans to the playoffs … Right?
12. CHICAGO BEARS – I did a lot of changes in their offensive line this offseason. Did it work? Let’s see if they can improve on their 22nd ranked offense down for a year and pass blocking atrocious. I do not think there is a large gap between the Bears, Buccaneers, Giants and Lions. The Bears win this place based on their final last season.
13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – The youngest team in the league. Expectations are high for a team that challenged for a playoff spot last season and played in a tough division.
14. New York Giants – Osi is Umenyora better be healthy. Their defense is very strong, but what I saw of its offensive in the pre-season was horrible.
15. ST Louis Rams – I would like to welcome the first team in the NFC West to the power rating. Sam Bradford has more weapons than a year ago.
16. Indianapolis Colts – Who better than a “middle-of-the-pack” without Peyton Manning.
17. Detroit Lions – If I were to put an arrow next to the Lions, who would be at the address above.
18. DALLAS COWBOYS – I think they are better trained, with Jason Garrett, but from a personal point of view, there is nothing new to be excited. I see a season 8-8.
19. Jacksonville Jaguars – The surprising contenders last season in the AFC South. The big question is how long Jacksonville David Garrard to be able to defend against Blaine Gabbert rookie as a starting point QB?
20. Arizona Cardinals – The Cardinals were in desperate need of a quarterback this season. They have one of Kevin Kolb. Should be better, but not worth playoffs.
21. OAKLAND RAIDERS – Al Davis has a screw loose, but his team is not so bad. Consistency is the key offensive most important.
22. Miami Dolphins – The addition of Reggie Bush over the loss of Ricky Williams and Ronnie Brown? I think not.
23. Minnesota Vikings – Time is running out with Adrian Peterson as a backup offer.
24. Seattle Seahawks – Added weapons on offense with WR Sidney Rice, and TE Zach Miller, but QB Tarvaris Jackson is terrible, but managed to beat Charlie Whitehurst for the starting point.
25. Cleveland Browns – I think Colt McCoy has a chance to be a very solid quarterback in the NFL, but this season will be difficult for the young Browns.
26. San Francisco 49ers – still relying on quarterback Alex Smith? Oh my …
27. Denver Broncos – They’ll win points with Orton, Lloyd and Moreno, but his defense is usually ugly side of Elvis Dumervil.
28. Washington Redskins – Rex Grossman is the starting quarterback. ‘Nuff said.
29. TENNESSEE TITANS – This is the reconstruction in the hold of Nashville.Jake will take quarterback Matt Hasselbeck in Week 6.
30. Buffalo Bills – QB Ryan Fitzpatrick really helped to boost the offense last season, but their defense is terrible and can not stop running. LB Shawn Merriman need to rejuvenate the D.
31. Carolina Panthers – Cam Very well … is time to show their stuff.
32. Cincinnati Bengals – The clock Stanford QB Andrew Luck.
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