But they looked solid against the Bears, and they have Tony Gonzalez thinking Super Bowl. Then again, considering some of the Chiefs teams he was on, one win would have him thinking Super Bowl 9. Chicago Bears Last Week: 9 Welcome to the Jay Cutler Experience. One game he’s great and carries you to victory, the next He makes you wish you could have Kyle Orton back. 10. Philadelphia Eagles Last Week: 5 It’s hard enough losing to the Raiders, but doing it a week after it looked like they’d all gotten on the same page is especially rough.
This is a young team that’s going to have a lot of ups and downs this year, and ultimately might play itself out of contention 12. Baltimore Ravens Last Week: 16 Another loss, but they played like winners. San Francisco 49ers Last Week: 15 Help is on the way! After a week’s worth of practice, Michael Crabtree has been declared ready to start for the Niners this week. Of course, I heard that from MC Hammer, so take it with a grain of salt 16.
Green Bay Packers Last Week: 19 They finally started rushing the passer, which is a good thing, but the offensive line still looks listless, and Ryan Grant couldn’t find a hole with a map and a compass. Actually, he’s hitting holes so slowly, maybe he’s spending too much time looking at his map and compass 17. Arizona Cardinals Last Week: 20 Defying all expectations, the Cardinals actually played a little defense on Sunday. Miami Dolphins Last Week: 17 Following the successful business model of Planet Hollywood and the All-Star CafCelebrities are flocking to buy a little piece of the Dolphins Hell, even Balloon Boy owns 5 percent of the team 19.
Then they remembered that they’re playing with half an offensive line, a defense on one leg (collectively) and a quarterback who is a few ribs short of a special at Chili's Tada! It’s the Seahawks’ season! 20. Houston Texans Last Week: 21 There’s no doubt that Matt Schaub can be dangerous...if he can stay healthy for more than two games at a time. The question has always been whether he can score as many points as the Texans give up 21. San Diego Chargers Last Week: 18 Case in Point: Phillip Rivers is a dangerous quarterback, but it doesn’t do him any good because the Chargers couldn’t stop a flag football team. Not to mention that his offensive line looks like it’s manned by the other half of Seattle’s line. 22.