Colin Cowherd Tells You Which 0-2 NFL Teams Are in the Most Trouble


Watch Colin Cowherd’s ‘Best For Last’ segment on Thursday, as Colin plays ‘0 and True or Let It Stew?’, with Colin deciding which of the 0-2 NFL teams are in the most trouble this season, and which ones could turn it around and contend for the playoffs.

Falcons: LET IT STEW

“New coach, all new coordinators, and 7 of their 9 next opponents have losing records from last year. Let it stew, they’ll ‘get better.”

Vikings: LET IT STEW

“This is a top 6 offense in the NFL with all sorts of weapons. Their kicker missed a 37-yarder or they would be 1-1. This is not a bad football team, let it stew.”

Jets: 0 AND TRUE

“They have not scored 30+ points in 23 straight games, meaning it doesn’t matter the quarterback or the coach, they don’t have enough weapons, they don’t have a good enough line, they don’t have a run game, and it doesn’t matter if it’s Darnold or Zach Wilson, they’ve got no pop and they’re easy to defend.”

Giants: LET IT STEW

“If Dexter Lawrence doesn’t jump offsides they’re 1-1. We are really worried about the turnovers with Daniel Jones and that has been a real point of emphasis. At the end of last year he cut down on those turnovers and they went 5-3 in their last 8. The Giants only have 1 turnover through two games so going back to last year Daniel Jones has cut down on turnovers. This is a bad division and they’ll win some games.”

For Colin’s picks on the rest of the 0-2 teams including the Lions, Jaguars, and Colts, check out the FULL segment above.

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