It used to be that the league's bottom-feeders were just that; at the bottom.á But this season, those "bottom-feeders" appear to have crept up and now make up at least a quarter of the league.á Last season five teams finished with 12 or more losses.á This year, as many as eight or nine teams have a realistic shot of losing at least that many games.á What's more alarming is that most of the league's worst teams don't simply appear to be unlucky or injury proneùthey legitimately look like they don't belong on the professional level. For perhaps the first time in NFL history, you could argue that the NFL's worst eight teams and the top eight from the BCS don't differ very much in terms of talent. Realistically, could Oklahoma have more "pro" level players on offense than the Cleveland Br ...
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