We've battered the Detroit Lions enough in this weekly feature. They're bad. And the 10-week forecast calls for continuous, uninterrupted badness.
We've also devoted plenty of recent attention to the lack of defense in Kansas City. This week's Skinny explored the subject, as did Sunday Scene. For details on the specific failings of Glenn Dorsey and Tamba Hali, we recommend this column from the Kansas City Star.
And we've ridiculed the Broncos a few times, too. Scott captured their essence perfectly today, comparing them to the 1981-82 Denver Nuggets (126.5 PPG scored, 126.0 PPG allowed). Lots of offense, no defense whatsoever.
In that comparison, BenJarvus Green-Ellis is...who? Earl Cureton maybe? Tough to say.
Let's get to the list of user-friendly defenses. This first group is sorted by points allowed...
And this next batch exposes teams that are particularly generous to opposing rushers and/or passers...
So if you're looking to play match-ups in Week 8 and you're hitting the waiver wire, consider JT O'Sullivan, Josh Morgan, Antwaan Randle El, Leon Washington, and various Patriots RBs (preferably Sammy Morris, but LaMont Jordan gets a look, too).
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