The NFL Second Quarter Report: The NFL Class System

Posted: 13th November 2009 by Dan Smith in NFL
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The NFL this season, like the country that supports it, is broken up into classes. Representative upper and lower classes are ripping apart the middle class. That means that it is just as hard to find an average NFL team as it is to find a middle class family with 2.3 kids.
The Upper Class New Orleans has a dynamic offense with Sean Payton and Drew Brees on the same page for three years in a row now. Reggie Bush has found a role that utilizes his athleticism. Jonathan Vilma and Darren Sharper lead an improved defense that has people thinking Super Bowl in the Big Easy. Minnesota is the other great team in the NFC. Dallas, Philly, and New York are all in contention for the NFC East and they are upper class teams, but they are all running out of room for error. I picked Philly to win th ...

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