27. Washington Football Team
What can we say that hasn’t been said already? If you think Washington deserves to be higher on this list, you simply haven’t been paying attention. They’re lucky to have two wins and this roster might need a facelift once the offseason rolls around. Seriously, how many foundational pieces can you rattle off that aren’t named Terry McLaurin and Antonio Gibson, and don’t play on the offensive line?
26. New York Giants
The Giants are another good shout for one of the league’s most disappointing teams. They doled out ridiculous money in the offseason in hopes of turning the corner, and it’s led to nothing. Having said that, they gave their fans something to hold onto by picking up a big win over the Panthers on Sunday
25. Philadelphia Eagles
Jalen Hurts is a superstar fantasy quarterback. Jalen Hurts is an extremely average real-life quarterback. Most of his damage his done in garbage time. His footwork is oftentimes wonky and he doesn’t see the field great. The Eagles still don’t know how to use Miles Sanders and their offensive line still can’t stay healthy.
24. Denver Broncos
Did anyone else actually believe the Broncos were for real after their 3-0 start? Their early-season schedule was literally a cakewalk and they crumbled once they started playing respectable teams. Denver has promising pieces to build around, but its defense hasn’t lived up to expectations and quarterback remains a huge question mark.
23. Seattle Seahawks
Losing Russell Wilson is just a gut-punch to a Seahawks team that’s looking to make the playoffs for the ninth time in 10 seasons. Seattle proved it can be competitive with Geno Smith under center, but it needs to start winning games to have a chance at climbing back into the playoff picture when Wilson returns from injury.