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Is it wise to worry about your season after only two games? Perhaps not, but here are a few teams that need to turn things around before 2009 gets away from them:
New England Patriots (1-1): They've been outscored, 34-40, and the win over Buffalo was too much of a nail-biter. Tom Brady still looks uncertain in the pocket, and the Jets look like a team of density, if not destiny.
Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1): Losing Troy Polamalu will be a hit to that great defense, but Troy will be back. We can't say the same about the old-school Pittsburgh running game.
Cleveland Browns (0-2): This is a team that may have to step up to even get into rebuilding mode.
Jacksonville Jaguars/Tennessee Titans (0-2): The Titans look stronger than the Jags, but 0-2 in this brutal division might be a death sentence. Against the Cardinals, the Jags barely resembled a professional football team.
Kansas City Chiefs (0-2): Making up for their lack of defensive consistency with an unexciting offense. They outgained the Raiders 409-166 and still lost.
Washington Redskins (1-1): The forward pass is legal, guys. And by "forward", we mean longer than five yards in the air.
Seattle Seahawks (1-1): A questionable front office, an injury report that looks like the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, and personnel shortfalls at every position The perfect recipe for another 4-12 season.
St. Louis Rams (0-2): Seven points in two games? Against two NFC West teams? Are you kidding me?
September 21, 2009; 10:45 AM ET
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