The NFL regular season is very close, and we have heard many teams array of problems so far. However there are some good things your favorite teams have going for them, and they should be highlighted. Let's take a look at the positive things going for all 32 teams in the NFL right now.

 

 

Arizona Cardinals: The backfield gets a boost as running backs Ryan Williams, and Beanie Wells (makes his debut this week) make their comebacks from injury. If these guys can stay healthy the Cardinal QB situation can get a bit relaxed, lord knows they need to.

 

Atlanta Falcons: Matt Ryan looks like a stud so far in their up-tempo, no huddle offense. And his targets, especially Julio Jones look primed for pro-bowl type seasons. Let's see if this can become a regular thing for the ATL.

 

Baltimore Ravens: Without a solitified back-up to Ray Rice, that may actually be a blessing in disguise. Reason being he gets more carries, and good things happen in Baltimore when Ray runs the ball.

 

Buffalo Bills: The offensive line looks get a boost, as rookie Cordy Gleen gets the start at left tackle. The line already looks better, and that's great news for the teams best offensive player in running back Fred Jackson.

 

Carolina Panthers: Rookie Linebacker Luke Kuechly looks as good as Carolina could have hoped. Oh and Cam Newton doesn't look like he plans on digressing this season, he's still a stud.

 

Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler has a happy Matt Forte in the backfield, pro-bowler Brandon Marshall as his number 1 receiver, and talented rookie Alshon Jeffery looks to dig in as the number 2 receiver. The offense could be scary in Chi-Town.

 

Cincinnati Bengals: Rookie corner Dre Kirkpatrick is primed, and ready to go. The eye popping amount of injuries they sustained in the earlier preseason games are relatively minor. The offense looks good led by the passing attack of Andy Dalton/AJ Green, and boosted in the backfield by running back Benjarvus Green-Ellis.

 

Cleveland Browns: Rookie QB Brandon Weeden looks better than Colt Mccoy looked last season. The defense has made some plays, and you still have Josh Cribbs in the special teams.

 

Dallas Cowboys: The O-line looks like it's steadily improving, good sign for Tony Romo. The secondary looks like it's improved as well which is great for defensive coord. Rob Ryan.

 

Denver Broncos: Peyton Manning from all we've seen looks like the Manning of old. He took a clean shot, got right back up. What can get even better than that for Denver fans.

 

Detroit Lions: Calvin Johnson looks like he's going to continue what he started last season. Matthew Stafford as well. We may be looking at the un-doing of the Madden Curse.

 

Green Bay Packers: Aaron Rodgers reunites with two weapons in Greg Jennings, and Jermichael Finley. The running game is boosted by the presence of Cedric Benson. A much improved "Pack-Attack".

 

Houston Texans: The defense looks just as good as they did last season. Matt Schaub looks healthy, which is the x-factor for Houston if he can maintain that.

 

Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck looks like he was worth every bit of that number 1 overall pick.

 

Jacksonville Jaguars: Blaine Gabbert looks comfortable in the pocket, and it's showing. Justin Blackmon has made some good plays, looks ready.

 

Kansas City Chiefs: Jamaal Charles looks like the running back we saw in 2010, which is a great sign. Peyton Hillis looks revitalized. Kevin Boss looks like he's on pace to get back into top form, maybe even old NY Giants form.

 

Miami Dolphins: Ryan Tannehill looks like the right choice as the starter. Comfortable in the pocket, makes good decisions, and he's mobile.

 

Minnesota Vikings: Christian Ponder looks efficient, and Adrian Peterson is steadily getting back into top form.

 

New England Patriots: The defense has improved by alot, and a lot of that has to do with the rookies they drafted in Chandler Jones, and Dont'a Hightower.

 

New Orleans Saints: The backfield looks to be much better with Darren Sproles, and a healthy Mark Ingram. Drew Brees will always have that as his security blanket this season.

 

New York Giants: The rookies David Wilson, Rueben Randle, and Jayron Hosley look like starters. The D-line is flat out scary, and Hakeem Nicks is coming back looking healthier from all accounts.

 

New York Jets: The defense gets a big boost, with the arrival of a healthy LaRon Landry. The secondary will get even better.

 

Oakland Raiders: Looks like head coach Dennis Allen has it set for the defense. The front seven looks menacing, and could be causing problems this season.

 

Philadelphia Eagles: The linebacking core is really good with Demeco Ryans, and rookie Mychal Kendricks leading the way so far. LeSean McCoy looks like he'll be sensational, but that's not really a surprise.

 

Pittsburgh Steelers: Ben Roethlisberger looks comfortable in the new offensive system, and so does Antonio Brown. Mike Wallace is returning to the team. The defense doesn't look as if it's lost a step.

 

San Diego Chargers: The defensive rookies look ready to make an immediate impact, especially Melvin Ingram. Antonio Gates looks good, hopefully he can stay healthy.

 

San Francisco 49ers: Alex Smith looks to be improving, and with all that talent around him he should be.

 

Seattle Seahawks: Last season QB was shaky for them, this season they have two promising options. Russell Wilson is opening eyes in the NFL, makes the start this week.

 

St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford looked comfortable as of late, because his line is protecting better. Danny Amendola looks to make some big plays, and is looking good.

 

Tampa Bay Buccanears: Rookie running back Doug Martin looks really good, as well as rookie linebacker Lavonte David. The rookies look to impact this team this season.

 

Tennessee Titans: Chris Johnson looks like he's shaken off the rust, and is ready to elevate back into the top 5 of running backs. That's the greatest improvement for the Titans.

 

Washington Redskins: Robert Griffin III still has command of this offense despite some rookie woes against Chicago. The emergence of running back Alfred Morris can help out in the back field. The receving core looks good, especially Pierre Garcon.

 

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