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Which 2-0 Team Is Least Likely To Make The NFL Playoffs?

The Pittsburgh Steelers Along With 7 Other Teams Are Off To A 2-0 Start To Begin The 2010 - 2011 Season. Which Team Is Least Likely To Make The Playoffs This Year?

 It happens every single year. A team gets off to a ridiculous start, winning a couple games in a row to begin the season causing many experts and fans to wonder if this is their year. Coverage of the team picks up, we learn the names on the roster in alphabetical order, and we seek trades for the teams position players in our fantasy leagues. Only to be disappointed later in the season when the team falls back to earth, showing why they were never considered a contender in the first place. 

Last year it was the Denver Broncos, winners of 6 in a row to start the 2009 – 2010 season. Following the amazing start by 1st year Head Coach Josh McDaniels the Broncos went on to have two 4 game losing streaks, only winning 2 more games the entire season, finishing at 8 and 8 missing the 2010 Playoffs. 

This year the NFL has 8 teams who are now undefeated through 2 games (New Orleans Saints, Pittsburgh Steelers, Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins, Houston Texans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers). Some of the teams were expected to win early and win big while others have surprised everyone including themselves by not having a blemish on their record.  Eventually something will give and one or more of these teams will bomb, missing the 2011 Playoffs. Who do you think it will be (Vote Below)?

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September 21, 2010 - Posted by | Alabama Crimson Tide, Chad Ocho Cinco, Cincinnati Bengals, Coaches, Dan Patrick Show, Darelle Revis, Marcus Allen, Mississippi State, NCAA Football, New Orleans Saints, New York Jets, NFL, Oakland Raiders, Ole Miss, Other Media, Reggie Bush, SEC Football, Tennessee Vols, Uncategorized, University of Georgia, USC, Washington Redskins

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