Believe it or not, we have reached the midpoint of the 2009 NFL season. Halloween is over, and Thanksgiving and Christmas are now on the horizonùand with them, the stretch run of what should be a wild conclusion to the season. So far this year, we have seen the league take a disturbing route of putting a mega assortment of mediocre, if not just plain awful football teams, on the field this year. The Browns (1-7), Raiders (2-6), Buccaneers (0-7), Rams (1-7), Lions (1-6), Titans (1-6), Chiefs (1-6), and Redskins (2-5) are all lost. Four of those teams have first-year head coaches, and, of course, there is reason to believe that owners of those respective teams could be looking elsewhere. Meanwhile, the Raiders, Browns, Redskins, and Titans, and most likely the Jaguars (3-4), Panthers (3-4), ...
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Article written by Michael Cohen