Three weeks in the NFL can be an eternity. If you’re rooting for a struggling team like the Patriots or Raiders, think about how optimistic you were before week one and compare that to how you feel now. Things aren’t even as bad as usual, considering Las Vegas is the only team to go a fourth week without a win or a draw.

Of course, teams can still be alarming after a win or two to their credit. Let’s leave the Raiders aside, let the Patriots worry about what they’ll do on offense without quarterback Mack Jones, and focus on four teams whose fans might rightly panic three weeks from now.

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Three of the teams below managed to pick up a win even though all three only have one win and needed comebacks in the fourth quarter to take home those Ws. The fourth team below has two wins even though now I had to write about what a mess this after each of her first three games.

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I’ll tell you what’s going on with the four most frustrating teams in the league that are on the worst side of the ball. I will also raise an alarm to tell you if you should be concerned or if their issues should be resolved in the coming weeks. Let’s start with one of the teams in London in Week 4 as New Orleans could face the end of an offensive era.

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Go to wrestling team:
Broncos | Cardinals | Colts | The Saints

Saints attack out of sync

New Orleans is one dramatic comeback from disaster. The only thing keeping the Saints from starting 0-3 in the NFC south is a 16-point comeback in the fourth quarter against the rival Falcons, helped by a moment of red zone frenzy from quarterback Marcus Mariota and a terrible punt-hitting decision. Atlanta Coach Arthur Smith. Losing to the Bucks is one thing on paper, but the Saints were edged out by arguably the most injury-prone lineup in the league, and then the Panthers missed three-quarters in Week 3.

The Saints scored 51 points in three games and 38 in the fourth quarter. You can tell yourself that they are saving their best work for the key moments of the game, but it would be more realistic to say that Pete Carmichael’s offense couldn’t do anything until the teams got defensive and allowed them to move the ball down the field. . By DVOin keeping with the game situation, the Saints are a modest 26th in offensive DVOA and 28th in passing DVOA.

Jameis Winston played the best football of his career a year ago under former New Orleans coach Sean Payton before tearing his left cruciate ligament, but with Payton gone, it’s unsettling to see Winston more like a quarterback who alternately thrilled and frightened fans.” Buccaneers in Tampa. He has already made five steals this season, two more than in seven starts in 2021. Winston looked across the field and brought the safety of the Bucs straight to football.