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Around The NFL: Which Teams Are In Trouble

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I've got a new post up online at the Washington Post about which five teams are in trouble after the first two weeks. Unfortunately, the Green Bay Packers deserved a mention: 

The Packers became a trendy Super Bowl pick because they added a former head coach, Dom Capers, to revamp the defense and QB Aaron Rodgers looked almost perfect in the preseason. After two weeks, the offense has stalled because the pass protection has collapsed. Rodgers won't survive another 16 game season if he continues to take such a beating. It doesn't look too good on the other side of the ball either; the defense just allowed 31 points to the Bengals' previously dormant offense.