-- Jaguars-- ’84 Oilers were last team to lose first six games by double figure margins; Jags are at seven and counting. Only game they’ve covered was as 27-point underdogs.
-- Buccaneers—No wins, three staph infections, QB was fired, with coach soon to follow. Not their finest moment.
-- Vikings—Scooped up Josh Freeman, QB Bucs fired, for some unknown reason; he threw 53 passes Monday, despite having Adrian Peterson behind him. This is called bad coaching.
-- Browns—0-6 when Weeden starts; so Jason Campbell gets his turn this week. This team has some talent, they went 3-0 when Hoyer started.
-- Giants—Has any team ever looked less happy to win a game than the Giants Monday night? They’ve lost eight games in row on road, Eagles have lost nine in row at home. Something has to give Sunday at the Linc.
-- Saints—Probably should be higher on this list, but I have the only 7-0 team 4th, so then again, maybe not.
-- Colts—Jim Irsay did a masterful job deflecting pressure off his young QB last week, with Peyton Manning coming to town. Indy gave other defenses a road map on how to defend Denver. All those teams need now is Robert Mathis to terrorize #18, but only the Colts have him.
-- Chiefs—Still have two games left with Denver; would they sign up for a split right now?
-- 49ers—Won/covered last four games, have vacation in England this week against the hapless Jags.
-- Seahawks—I’m sure they’re terrified of Kellen Clemens Monday night, but the '99 Rams lost their starting QB to injury and won a Super Bowl five months later, so unusual things can happen.
-- Broncos—You don’t lose the top spot because of a 39-33 loss at Indy; at one point, when down 19, Denver was 200-1 to win the game; 20 minutes later, they were 1.35-1, before the INT when they were down 36-30. In-game wagering is wild.
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