Fortunately, with some deep breaths, the fact that there are still 13 glorious weeks of regular-season NFL action can help calm the nerves for fans. But for some teams, it’s time to start panicking.
The Falcons played in the NFC Championship Game last season and missed out on the Super Bowl by just one score, but they fell to 1-3 on Sunday night. The Giants were celebrating a Super Bowl victory just 20 months ago, but they’re now owners of an 0-4 record. The defending-champion Ravens could not find a way to win in Buffalo and instead find themselves locked in an unlikely three-way tie atop their division. Washington and Minnesota, both playoff teams last winter, are a combined 2-6, their only wins coming against the 1-3 Raiders and 0-4 Steelers, respectively "
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