1. New York Giants: Only the New England Patriots have a higher ranked offense in the NFL. Giants quarterback Eli Manning is where it’s at it for New York, though there defensive isn’t exactly where it is at, as they are allowing 8.3 yards per attempt after Sunday’s near loss to the Cowboys. Despite this, though, the Giants are 6-2, and it’s all because of their offense.
2. Dallas Cowboys: Dallas is a wild team. You just don’t know exactly what you’re going to get from them, as each-week is a real surprise. The Cowboys, though, really only have one quality win, and that’s against the Giants from week one. While the Cowboys have been beating the team’s they’re supposed to beat, it hasn’t been pretty, Dallas has also had problems closing out in close-games this season. Can you only imagine though, how much better this team would be if wide-receiver Dez Bryant actually played up to his full potential? — It should be noted that Dallas is playing some sloppy football.
3. Philadelphia Eagles: Yes, I mentioned the Cowboys have been playing some sloppy football, but listen, just look at the amount of turnovers this team has, and it’s even costed them a couple of games. — Philadelphia, though got fortunate in their first two games of the season, as the Eagles turned it over a total of seven times in three games. Quarterback Michael Vick has coughed up the football nine times. All of last-season, in all Vick only had 10 fumbles, though he only played 13 games, still though, it has been eight games, and there have been just to many fumbles.
4. Washington Redskins: There is no doubt that rookie quarterback Robert Griffin the third is having one of the best rookie seasons a rookie could have. Griffin got off to an amazing start, right away in the first regular-season game of the season.
Thomas Brunt is the sports-editor for Birdville High School’s School-Paper: “The Hawk” follow his personal Twitter feed: @SPORTSDUDE350, email him: firstname.lastname@example.org