Looking at the Texans schedule, they get to play the Colts, Jaguars and Titans twice.
They could very well sweep all 6 games. Their first real test will come when they play
Green Bay and then the Ravens in Week 6 and 7, respectively.
Outside of the Texans, the AFC South and West look like the worst divisions in the NFL.
The South is indisputably the worst division when it comes to records. You look at the
talent level of the Jaguars and Titans, and they are right near the bottom of the league.
I would include the NFC South, but the Saints aren't as bad as their record indicates.
Can't believe they are the only 0-4 team next to the Browns.
I don't think you can properly evaluate a team that has only played the Dolphins, Jaguars,
Broncos and Titans. The Broncos are the only team with a defense to speak of, or offense
for that matter. We'll see if they're for real in the coming weeks. The Cardinals have played
3 out of their first 4 games at home. In Weeks 7-11, they get the Vikings, Niners, Packers
then the Falcons, with three of those games on the road. Week 8 in Arizona is shaping up
to be a big game for the Niners. A statement game. And the last game of the season on
12/30 looks like it may actually have playoff implications. And it will happen at Candlestick.