After week 1 who is in the most trouble?

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    Quote Originally Posted by STRIKE3
    I really enjoyed watching the Hard Knocks series, on the Chiefs.

    Excellent insight and if they are in trouble, not because the coaches aren't intense and intelligent. If they can get the QB situation straightened out, they will be very good.
    Herm Edwards might be intense and intelligent, but that doesn't make him a good coach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Schue
    Herm Edwards might be intense and intelligent, but that doesn't make him a good coach.
    You're entitled to your opinion and I also said coaches, not just Edwards.

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    I've been a Chiefs fan along time and i have not seen a team look so out of it in my life. Nobody wants to step on this team. I've said it a hundred times we have got to get a burner at WR to really open this team up.

    Anyone know the whereabouts of....

    Willie Davis...
    JJ Birden.....

    I'll even take Andre Rison back at this point.

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    Cleveland looked very bad.

    Detroit played pretty good against a very good defense.

    Packers proved that they are a playoff caliber team, when Favre throws no TDs and an interception and they still win, great for them.

    The Colts looked like the defense from the playoffs, and against the Saints' offense, that is a great accomplishment. On the other note, the Saints looked horrible.

    Bengals (WHO DEY) looked like the defense of 2 years ago when they forced all of those turnovers. Carson was not that accurate, but that will correct itself. Chad and TJ looked like they were in mid-season form. Leon Hall looks like the real deal, with some plays he made. Forcing a fumble and knocking the ball out of the receivers hands before he hit the ground in the back of the endzone, now that was a good play.

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    I would say Cleveland, but they did lock up the #1 pick next year by 1:30 last Sunday...and Romeo will be gone after this year...so there are some bright spots...

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyrayjoebob
    I would say Cleveland, but they did lock up the #1 pick next year by 1:30 last Sunday...and Romeo will be gone after this year...so there are some bright spots...
    Funny but true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyrayjoebob
    I would say Cleveland, but they did lock up the #1 pick next year by 1:30 last Sunday...and Romeo will be gone after this year...so there are some bright spots...
    Yes they very well may have...for the Cowboys...

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    After week 1 who is in the most trouble?

    Looks to be the Patriots...

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    of the teams that were contenders last year, I would say the Chiefs. They looked aweful.

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    I'd say the Ravens because they were expected to do well, and now they're so beat up, they could struggle the rest of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HHSDad
    I'd say the Ravens because they were expected to do well, and now they're so beat up, they could struggle the rest of the season.
    Heard on the radio that Ogden AND Ray Ray may be out for the season...

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    I'd say to go along with the thread title, Hoody Bill and the Patriots are fixing to be in the most trouble thanks to closed circuit TV. I agree with Scarface!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stickymitts
    Heard on the radio that Ogden AND Ray Ray may be out for the season...
    Losing Ogden would be huge...they can absorb Lewis, IMO...they'll have one of the best defenses in the NFL whether Lewis plays or not. Obviously, losing Lewis won't strengthen the team, but the Ravens have so much defensive talent, they can move on...

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    Cleveland

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5wide
    Losing Ogden would be huge...they can absorb Lewis, IMO...they'll have one of the best defenses in the NFL whether Lewis plays or not. Obviously, losing Lewis won't strengthen the team, but the Ravens have so much defensive talent, they can move on...
    Ray Ray is not only the physical leader of the defense, but he is also the emotional leader of that whole team, the ultimate leader, by example and encouragement. HUGE loss of both of these players.

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