NFL Power Groupings, Week Two: Making Sense of a Topsy-Turvy League

Posted: 22nd September 2009 by Michael Schottey in NFL
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It seems as if pundits had just about everything figured out after week one. Jay Cutler is a bust. No one can stop Adrian Peterson. Cincinnati can't buy a win. Kurt Warner is finished.
Little did anyone suspect that, over the course of an NFL season, things change. Boy oh boy, did things change from week one to week two. Jay Cutler and Chicago looked good through the air against Pittsburgh as the Steelers couldn't stop Johnny Knox. Adrian Peterson was held under 100 yards by the Detroit Lions. Cincinnati defeated near-consensus Super Bowl pick Green Bay, thanks to Cedric Benson. Kurt Warner passed for an NFL record 92 percent, crushing the Jaguars. In addition, the Patriots lost to the Jets in Giants Stadium for the first time since 2000. Shaun Hill and Kyle Orton are 2-0. Tenness ...

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