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Mr. Scot

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I'm trying to remember the last time I saw this much of it.

There are thirty-two teams in the League, and I'm honestly not sure I could name ten that are playing truly good football right now.

So two questions:

If I asked you to name ten good football teams right now, who would you say?

And are the Panthers one of them?

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Injuries have crippled alot of teams this year

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I don't think there is anything substantially different other than many of the mainstays aren't playing well. They still get coverage and we are seeing the fact that they are bad.....a lot.

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I'm not sure that there are 10 good teams, but I will give it a try.

 

Denver

 

Seattle

 

New England

 

9ers

 

Carolina

 

New Orleans

 

Kansas City

 

Colts (iffy)

 

Cincy (iffy)

 

Packers (iffy)

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Speaking of which, tonight's game is going to be awful.

It'll be interesting to see how little of a turn out the bucs get tonight for MNF.

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yes, the panthers are one.

 

9 others...i dunno.

 

broncos

seahawks

colts

saints

chiefs

lions

pats

 

 

after that i got nothing.

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I haven't watched every game, but:

 

KC (although not offensively)

Denver

Seattle

Carolina (O has been down for 2 weeks)

NE

NO

Detroit (although they are suspect)

SF (until yesterday, but people really under estimate how dominant our D is)

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I'm not sure that there are 10 good teams, but I will give it a try.

Denver

Seattle

New England

9ers

Carolina

New Orleans

Kansas City

Colts (iffy)

Cincy (iffy)

Packers (iffy)

I'm not completely sold on the Chiefs or the Pats yet.

Honestly, I have my questions about the Miners.

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1) Panthers DE's

2) Panthers CB's

3) Panthers DT's

4) Panthers MLB's

5) Panthers OLB's

6) Panthers S's

7) Panthers RB's

8) Panthers QB's

9) Panthers TE's

10) Panthers OL

Bonus Team- Panthers ST's

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As of right now... factoring in record, potential, injuries to their teams, this is my Top 10..

 

Denver

New Orleans

Carolina

Seattle

San Francisco

KC

New England

Indianapolis 

Detroit

Cincinnati

 

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