I've watched the NFL long enough to know that, even in the salary cap era, it doesn't take long for the strong to separate themselves from the weak. Yet this year, that doesn't seem to have happened to the degree we might be used to. What is most puzzling is that, going into Week Five, there were still five undefeated teams, a mark that's among the best in NFL history. But despite what seems like a record pace, all but one of those teamsùIndianapolis, Denver, the Giants, New Orleans, and Minnesotaùhave looked extraordinarily vulnerable in at least one of their early games. Goingáundefeated through Week Five is nice and all, but it's a little early for the cracks to show, by normal standards. The Colts, Broncos, and Vikings alone already have had to depend on long pass plays late to win ...
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Article written by T.J. Donegan