- Minnesota Vikings — 9% (Kirk Cousins owns the NFL’s worst passer rating)
- New York Jets — 3% (They’re the New York Jets)
- Houston Texans — 0% (They own the NFL’s worst point differential at -31)
It’s hard to feel good about the Eagles right now. Carson Wentz is really struggling. The defense might not be able to stop me from scoring. Things are looking bad.
Like the Eagles, the Bengals are 0-2. Unlike the Eagles, the Bengals are inspiring confidence in their fans.
Expectations are obviously lower in Cincy than they are in Philly. Bengals fans are simply encouraged by what they’ve seen out of Joe Burrow thus far and for good reason. The No. 1 overall pick has a bright future ahead of him and he might be able to pick up his first career win against the Eagles.
Elsewhere in the NFC East, the 0-2 New York Giants (!) actually boast the most confident fans in the division. This despite the Giants starting two straight losses for the fourth season in a fourth and seventh time in eight years. Not to mention losing Saquon Barkley for the year due to an ACL tear. We’ll see how things go if they lose to an incredibly injured San Francisco 49ers team this weekend.
The Washington Football Team, still first in the division standings, checks in at second place despite losing to the Arizona Cardinals. It’ll be interesting to see how Ron Rivera’s squad fares against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
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