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Texans 2-0
Chargers 2-0
Eagles 2-0
Falcons 2-0
Cardinals 2-0
49ers 2-0


Browns 0-2
Titans 0-2
Jaguars 0-2
Chiefs 0-2
Raiders 0-2
Saints 0-2

Of the win less teams, I'm only surprised at the Saints.

I expected The Texans to be 2-0. Surprised at the other 5 teams especially The Chargers, Cardinals and Eagles.



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20 teams at 1-1. most in NFL history.



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Are the Saints at 0-2 the biggest surprise?

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the squared circle wrote:
Are the Saints at 0-2 the biggest surprise?

I'd say the the 2-0 Cards



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Benlen wrote: the squared circle wrote:
Are the Saints at 0-2 the biggest surprise?

I'd say the the 2-0 Cards

I agree with benlen. There was always the possibility The Saints would be clueless without their head coach.



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Many of these games could have went either way. Even when one team crushes another one can generally go look at the box score and see 3 or 4 turnovers turning the tide and then it gets worse when the trailing team starts "airing it out" to play catch up.

TWO games this past weekend that did not fit that pattern. Rare in the NFL when one team crushes another THIS badly.

Texans - Jags

First Downs 28-9 in favor of the Texans
Total yards 411-117 in favor of the Texans
Rushing yards 216-65 in favor of the Texans
Time Of Possession 43m-17m in favor of the Texans
Turnovers 1-0 with the Texans gaining the takeaway

Chargers-Titans

First Downs 27-9 in favor of the Chargers
Total Yards 416-212 in favor of the Chargers
Rushing Yards 148-38 in favor of the Chargers
Time Of Possession 44m-16m in favor of the Chargers
Turnovers 0-0

Perhaps the Chargers and Texans deserve a second look. Or maybe the Titans or Jaguars are in for an unusually long season. Either way, it bears watching.

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The Bolts have improved a lot across the board on team speed, and particualrly on special teams.   All perceived talent enhancement aside, we are still coached by Norv Turner.  Chiefs and Raiders a 0-2, and the Peyton Broncos are 1-1, so a good enough start.  But it is still too early to read anything into anything.

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What I'm surprised at is how much better the NFC is than the AFC from top to bottom.



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As an Eagles fan, I am pleased at the record but not at the way they have transpired. The turnovers have to stop and Vick is a nightmare of inconsistency however last year's team surely wouldnt have been able to drive the field and score those two game winning drives. That said,  its way past time the Eagles put forth a complete effort

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NCJames wrote:
[quote/]that said,  its way past time the Eagles put forth a complete effort

You dont count the last 4 games from last year?

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True I do good point. The close of last year was the reason I have hopes for this season. The first two outings this season just at the same time encourage me because they are both games they would have lost the first part of last year and the interception rate of Vick still scares me. GO EAGLES

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Unbeaten
Texans 3-0
Falcons 3-0
Cardinals 3-0

Winless
Browns 0-3
Saints 0-3



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clawmaster wrote:
Of the win less teams, I'm only surprised at the Saints.

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Now that they are 0-3 The saints ,to me, are the biggest surprise.



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Benlen wrote: clawmaster wrote:
Of the win less teams, I'm only surprised at the Saints.

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Now that they are 0-3 The saints ,to me, are the biggest surprise.

Yep and Arizona being 3-0 on the unbeaten side.



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