32. Jacksonville Jaguars
Previous Ranking: 32
Good news is Jacksonville finally scored their first home touchdown of the season. Too bad it happened as the “home” team in England.
31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Previous Ranking: 31
What a nightmare this organization is right now. Tampa could be the 2014 version of the Chiefs if their owner proves to be worthy enough to make the necessary changes.
30. Minnesota Vikings
Previous Ranking: 30
It may be in Minnesota’s best interest to shut down Adrian Peterson, tank for a top three pick, and draft one of the top available quarterbacks.
29. Pittsburgh Steelers
Previous Ranking: 24
This team is awful and may not be favored to win a game for the rest of the season.
28. St. Louis Rams
Previous Ranking: 28
Only bad teams lose that game last night. St. Louis is a really bad team.
27. New York Giants
Previous Ranking: 29
Back-to-back wins for the Giants. Three-straight against Oakland, Green Bay, and Dallas will tell us more about the Giants recovery efforts.
26. Houston Texans
Previous Ranking: 22
Case Keenum is set to get start number two. This time at home against the Colts. Trial by fire, young man.
Previous Ranking: 17
It is really hard for Robert Griffin to protect himself when he is getting zero blocking from his offensive line. What an utter collapse from them in the fourth quarter versus Denver.
24. Atlanta Falcons
Previous Ranking: 21
Atlanta’s postseason hopes are doomed. Trading Tony Gonzalez would be the right thing for them to do.
23. Philadelphia Eagles
Previous Ranking: 18
Two-straight games now that Philly hasn’t scored an offensive touchdown. USC is calling to you, Chip Kelly.