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Posted by Zotta Rendevouz


It does not take a Mangenius to decipher the ranking of the NFL with a month of the NFL season craziest recent times. Winners and losers are clearly separated.

Surprisingly, occupying the highest ranks of the league are the Lions, invoices and 49ers. Buried in sediments are the Vikings, Colts and Eagles much hype.

They are perfectionists (Tennessee, Washington, including Cincinnati) and low yield (Cowboys, Jets, Steelers, Falcons, Cardinals).

The breakdown of the first month of the season in the reverse order:

Turnovers:

There is no other way to describe Minnesota, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Miami, Kansas City and St. Louis. At least the Colts (0-4) are no longer valid excuses: not Peyton Manning, who makes the case for his fifth MVP award is not available due to a neck surgery.

As for other cities:

-The Vikings have dropped in virtually all areas, especially in the second half of the game, when they were overcome 67-16. They blew leads of 10 points, 17 and 20 after halftime. It seems only a matter of days before Donovan McNabb's bank to Christian Ponder the first round, but the problems go much further.

Minnesota, lack of cohesion and trust. With Adrian Peterson, Jared Allen, Antoine Winfield and Percy Harvin, this list too much talent to be winless.

"Well, 0-3, 0-4, are humble moments," coach Leslie Frazier said. "I do not know if it's the humility to be, but we must be right. It will not happen to be talking about it. It 's something we need to do. We're going to identify some of the things that need to be corrected, and we need people have done."

-The Eagles have people have a lot of things, but they are not meshing. A third consecutive defeat was the most embarrassing, as Philadelphia (1-3) 23-3 second half failed against the margin of San Francisco.

The school, with three star cornerback, Nnamdi Asomugha CB, including first prize of free will, was a sieve. And the crime, apart from Michael Vick, has been uneven, with a tendency to make big mistakes.

"Our problem now, we are unable to run games," Asomugha said. "You can not enter the final quarter and not be able to get it out, especially when you win."

-When the countdown started for the Miami Dolphins (0-4) became the coach, Tony Sparano, is already thought that the team could lose enough to win games by Andrew Luck Project Derby. Miami is a terrible third downs, and surrenders too many big plays in all regions.

-St. Louis knew that his division was to take, especially after the Rams went 7-9 a year ago and lost a playoff for the title of the NFC West. Instead of moving behind the offensive rookie of the year QB Sam Bradford and a young defense, the Rams (0-4) fell so badly that you can be out of the race for the league's worst division.

Injuries, especially RB Steven Jackson and WR Danny Amendola is a factor. Concern is the defense, which at times seems unaware.

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Touchdowns:

-Why did the recent history of Detroit, four wins in the middle of a calendar would be awesome. These Lions to score in bunches behind emerging star quarterback Matthew Stafford, WR Calvin Johnson, an excellent defense and surprisingly agile and tough, you deal Ndamukong Suh center.

The Lions also have an exceptionally well-organized and trained, no one could say that day Matt Millen.

And they never give up: Lions became the first team in NFL history, running more than 20 point deficit consecutive wins and his 24-point comeback is the largest street in Dallas history of the league, according to statistics, LLC .

-Matt Hasselbeck has made all the difference in Tennessee (3-1), where reconstruction is underway at a rapid pace. The franchise has a new coach, new coordinators and two quarts of new, Hasselbeck with the best start of his career of 13 years. The Titans also means NFL quarterback rating.

"He does things to us who had hoped that he would be," said coach Mike Munchak. "You never know how things will soon meet when they get together all the different types who have never worked and all new coaches, but with a guy like that has made the process much easier for us."

Despite its late-flop in Cincinnati, a Buffalo (3-1) displayed resilience, a strong and versatile offense, and no fear of the opponent. The Bills comeback victory "in New England in Week 3 to break a blade of 15 games against the Patriots showed that although the loss of reduced impact Bengals a bit.

"Absolutely one that got away from us," receiver Stevie Johnson said. "Everybody is frustrated in the dressing room. We're 3-1, but we are frustrated that even that one of the" L. "We just have to go harder."

Logging into the vacuum of the Rams, Seahawks and Cardinals have created slow start is San Francisco. Niners attitudes and work ethic of rookie coach Jim Harbaugh is best shown in the past, increasing the Eagles on Sunday.

Of course, Eagles' defense was overwhelmed by Alex Smith seems to Joe Montana, Frank Gore, like Emmitt Smith, but to give the 49ers (3-1) credit for never losing faith.

"I told the other day that are good, and they need to understand this better than everyone, because when people start thinking that's when they stop working and doing things that has happened," Harbaugh said. "We will continue to pretend we have a long way to go, and we do. You have to pretend."