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i actually think washington is in ALOT better shape than a team like the jags , but we'll see

i like the redskins up and coming D alot

kerrigan BABY!

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the washington redskins being the worst team in the league. thoughts

My thoughts: There, for the grace of God, go I....Colts without Manning, could be the worst...

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Colts could be...but I have a feeling the seahawks will be the worst this year... Tavares Jackson is horrible and so is his o-line

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Bengals

Peyton-less Colts (I actually picked the Colts last week to lose for the first time ever, breaking a streak of my own too....*sob*)

Broncos?

Vikings

I have a few other teams that are in the bottom pool, like Washington, Miami, and Carolina, but I'll wait for the next few weeks to play out before I'm sold on whether these temas are actually horrible or not.

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Being that Dalton was a 2nd rounder (35th overall) and his development will likely be long and slow, I doubt they're gonna pass on one of the hottest QB prospects since Peyton. I've looked at every team and Cincy BY FAR looks the worst.

Looks to me like the Colts are primed for the Andrew Luck sweepstakes. As far as Dalton's development, I think he's gonna surprise a lot of people in his rookie campaign.

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Yes. You cannot pass on Andrew Luck.

Id like to see us get Luck so Peyton can groom him for the future.When he retires we have to get a great Qb.Kinda like what Green Bay did with Rodgers.

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Worst team and biggest let down, Kansas City hands down. JC going out for the season doesn't help but Matt Cassell and the receiving core haven't proved much to make a difference even if JC was still active. And their D? Where is it? Biggest surprise last season with the record they had, set the expectations and now biggest surprise again because of how much they regressed.

Oh Well, Lions are the new Cinderella team this year. They'll win 10+ games and be in the playoffs, could cause some issues for those old "elite" teams.

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Psh, you pats fans just love any reason to put the colts last. There are several teams at 0-2. Too early to call.

too early i agree.

BUT the colts look the worst, to me, after 2 weeks.

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As of right now I'd say the chiefs. But I think the bengals are serious contenders. \

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