The NFL’s Ten Worst Off-Seasons

June 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Some teams seem to have eternally bad off-seasons and constantly terrible regular seasons.
Maybe the Saints singing their victory song will change all that.
Maybe the sad song for some teams will not remain the same.
A new day might dawn in Detroit or maybe Al Davis, like Arthur in Excalibur, will emerge from his slumber and conquer the NFL one, last time.
Sadly some teams seem to like the song staying bad. It may make fans mad but it makes teams money.
In a cap less season some teams are looking to save by staying below the old salary floor. If your a Jaguar, Bill or a Panther fan it might seem another long season.
1] Buffalo Bills
The Bills brought in another running back but with their bad offensive line still the same they could pull OJ Simpson and Thurman Thomas from a Hot Wing Time Machine and still be bad. 
The New York Jets are gearing up for a Super Bowl run, the Miami Dolphins are quietly developing into a Bill Parce...

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