It may only be two weeks into the season but I think it’s clear who your top teams are in the league but after you past the top three teams you can make arguments for every other team that’s in my top 10 to be in a different spot! Please feel free to comment below on what you think the top 10 should be!

David Hastings:
1. Denver Broncos (Peyton Manning and John Fox have shown that their second half adjustments are unmatched through two games)
2. Seattle Seahawks (After their dismantling of the 49ers on Sunday night it’s clear their the better team.. for now)
3. San Francisco 49ers (Though Seattle dominated them I still think their the class of the NFC but winning in Seattle is damn near impossible)
4. Green Bay Packers (They may be 1-1 but based off of last year has any other team had a harder start to their season)
5. Houston Texans (They may have escaped with wins in their first two games but they still won and with the emergence of DeAndre Hopkins their offense could reach new levels)
6. Chicago Bears (I don’t like their team that much but to win against Cincinnati and Minnesota says something)
7. New England Patriots (They may have won ugly but for a team that’s not used to that it’s impressive and their 2-0 in their division as well)
8. New Orleans Saints (They escaped with a win in Tampa Bay but considering their defense looks so good I have to put them in at eight because we know what their offense will become)
9. Atlanta Falcons (Their offense is what we thought it would be but with key injuries to Roddy White, Steven Jackson and to their defense they are no better then ninth)
10.Cinncinnati Bengals (I almost put the Dolphins here but I still think the Bengals are the better team though they may have not shown it yet)

Erich Treslar:
1. Denver Broncos
2. Seattle Seahawks
3. New Orleans Saints
4. Houston Texans
5. New England Patriots
6. Chicago Bears
7. Green Bay Packers
8. Atlanta Falcons
9. San Francisco 49ers
10. Cincinnati Bengals

By: David Hastings and Erich Treslar
@davidhastings23 @WeAreSportsZone
david.hastings@aol.com

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