A few weeks ago, the National Football Post had a wonderful story about reading too much into week one results. Here is the link if you want to check out that story. Basically, the gist is to not read too much into week one results, but that is exactly what we will do. In addition, I plan on revisiting this later on in the season, maybe after week 9 which is when most teams have a half-season under their belts. In the meantime, snap judgements on all 32 teams based on week one performances, including the Cowboys, after the jump.
Snap Judgements on 2011 NFL Season
Green Bay Packers: Better Season than last year will result in another Super Bowl Championship.
Philadelphia Eagles: Dream Team is for real because you are looking at the 2011 NFC East Champs.
St. Louis Rams: Horrible injury ridden season will keep Rams out of playoffs.
Buffalo Bills: The Bills are finally back, deal with it America.
Kansas City Chiefs: Last season was a mirage, 0-16 seems to be in this team's nature.
Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons can't win on the road and record against NFC North Teams is horrible, 6-10 at the very best.
Chicago Bears: Sorry Packers, the Bears are ready to pounce on the league.
Detroit Lions: the Lions are headed to their best season since 1991.
Tampa Bay Bucs: This team is cooked, and the Bucs are counting the days until Josh Freeman is no longer Quarterback.
Tennessee Titans: Tough loss means tough season for everybody.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Jags look to put away the league like they did the Titans.
Cleveland Browns: Horrible start for the latest head coach, Browns are counting down the days until Jon Gruden becomes the next head coach.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Yes we lost 35-7, but we Steelers will be in the playoffs.
Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens are the king of the AFC North and are Super Bowl Bound.
Houston Texans: All this team really needed was the touch of defensive wiz Wade Phillips.
New York Giants: Major Injuries equal long year, but Luck will be near the Giants in the end.
Minnesota Vikings: One very long year awaits the Vikings in 2011.
San Diego Chargers: The Bolts will light up the NFL in 2011 by controlling the ball for about 40 minutes a game.
Carolina Panthers: Yes the team lost, but Cam Newton is the future at Quarterback.
San Francisco 49ers: Jim Harbaugh equals a return to the playoffs.
New York Jets: This is the year for the team to get to the promised land and make daddy Buddy proud.
Denver Broncos: We have started a long and horrific season, fans. Sorry!