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Looking at the NFL’s Winless Teams
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Sep 25th 2008 8:00AM by Sportz Assassin (author feed)
Filed under: Bengals, Browns, Chiefs, Lions, RamsThere are six NFL teams that have yet to win a game this season. All are sitting at 0-3 (except the 0-2 Houston Texans). Some of these teams entered the season with high expectations but are falling flat. Others are just fulfilling their destiny.

Two of the teams (Bengals and Browns) face off this Sunday.

Here is a quick look at the winless teams (I’m omitting the Texas due to the fact they’ve not had a home game and having to deal with Hurricane Ike).

Why they are here: They’ve been trotting out no-names at quarterback, they have the second-worst run defense in the NFL and they can’t pressure the quarterback (just two sacks). They were spanked at home by the Oakland Raiders.

Why they could turn it around: Well, they get the Raiders again! Uh, wait, that didn’t go too well when they met earlier. They need Larry Johnson to have a gigantic season and all those draft picks over-performing to just knock out a few wins. Control the ball with LJ, keep the other team from getting their offense on the field and hope Dwayne Bowe can make some plays down the field.

Outlook: Herm Edwards says, “you play to win the game.” Too bad Herm won’t be around when Kansas City finally does win some games. The Chiefs have the look of the worst team in the NFL but they do have some nice young talent to build upon. The odd thing is that KC may have had the biggest impact in the league when Tom Brady was hurt in a game against the Chiefs.

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