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For weeks, the Denver Broncos were considered Super Bowl favorites. Coming out of Week 7, when the Broncos suffered their first loss of the season at the hand of the Colts, the questions were about which direction the team was heading.

It’s tough to get a clear picture of the NFL standings after seven weeks, but things are starting to take form as midseason approaches.

Here’s a look the division-by-division standings through seven weeks:

We’re not quite halfway through the season.

Jay Cutler and Sam Bradford headlined a rough weekend of injuries. The Bears starter suffered what’s believed to be a serious groin injury. The Rams’ fourth-year quarterback may have suffered a torn ACL, according to a Sunday evening report from Chris Mortensen.

Chicago now pins its hopes on Josh McCown, a tall order for chasing Green Bay in the NFC North. St. Louis has Kellen Clemens and whatever help it can scrape off the waiver wire. Vince Young’s available, but a reunion with Jeff Fisher just doesn’t seem like it’s in the cards.

Each situation is a little different. However, it doesn’t look like the next Tom Brady is waiting in the wings anywhere. Some teams are better off than others.

The Minnesota Vikings have also been terrible on defense, allowing 31.6 points per game to their opponents this season. After getting mixed results from both Christian Ponder and Matt Cassel, the Vikings are turning to their third quarterback of the season this Monday night in former Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman.

Freeman has had some great seasons in the NFL, but struggled under head coach Greg Schiano and was eventually waived.

The numbers just aren’t pretty Youth NFL Cheap Jerseys for either of these teams. Minnesota is 2-11 SU over its last 13 games and New York is 1-12 over its Youth Authentic Cheap Jerseys last 13. Minnesota has enjoyed some success against the New York Giants with a 4-1 SU and 3-2 ATS record over their last five games against the G-men, but their most recent matchup came in 2010.

Johnathan Massaquoi and Malliciah Goodman offer some depth on the strongside edge

“We won’t have 1,000 different defenses,” he explained. “What we will do is not necessarily what we play (but) is how we play it. That style will be real clear to come across in terms of the style and the attitude that we play. We’ll try to best feature the players that we have, and that’s one of the real things I’m looking forward to getting started with now is to better learn these guys here, and so we can now best feature them in the best way.”

He’s got to figure out which players he has who he can utilize in his system, and which players would become either cut candidates or potential trade chips. Even before free agency starts, he has some interesting players on the front seven with which to build a solid foundation. As he said, it’s not necessarily what they’ll play — he’s been flexible and very multiple over the past couple seasons — it’s how they’ll play it, fast and physical.

Up front, he’s got Tyson Jackson, Paul Soliai, Re’Shede Hageman and Jonathan Babineaux to work with and those players all offer versatility in 3-4 and 4-3 fronts. Quinn has shown flexibility in moving guys around on the line to use their talents, so Hageman in particular, with a rare combination of size and athleticism, will be a very interesting player to watch in 2015.

Additionally, Johnathan Massaquoi and Malliciah Goodman offer some depth on the strongside edge, so on paper, with the right scheme and coaching, the Falcons seem to have a group up front that can get the run defense back on track.

One of the most interesting cases heading into the draft season is Shaq Thompson. Thompson played a bevy of positions at Washington, including running back, linebacker and safety. Kiper sees Thompson in myriad ways, perhaps helping his draft stock because he appeals to teams with multiple needs.

“Shaq Thompson has the ability a variety of positions, he is a great athlete. … He’s not a pass-rusher though. He could play the WILL linebacker or maybe play as an in-the-box safety like Deone Bucannon played for the Arizona Cardinals last year.”

Lions Announce Jersey Number Changes, Assignments

With offseason workouts underway, the 2015 NFL Draft complete and rookie mini-camp right around the corner, the Detroit Lions announced some jersey number updates Tuesday.

Linebacker Kyle Van Noy will switch from No. 95 to No. 53.

Ndamukong Suh’s No. 90 will go to new defensive tackle Gabe Wright, who wore it at Auburn. The Lions traded into the fourth round of last week’s draft to select Wright.

Reggie Bush’s No. 21 will go to new running back Ameer Abdullah, whom the Lions took with their second-round pick.

Fullback Michael Burton, the team’s fifth-round pick this season, will wear No. 46. Cornerback Quandre Diggs, the team’s sixth-round pick, will wear No. 36. Offensive tackle Corey Robinson, the team’s seventh-round pick, will be No. 70.

Wide receiver Andrew Peacock is switching from No. 1 to No. 18, and cornerback Nevin Lawson is moving from No. 43 to No. 24.

The NFL is estimating that by the time the NFL Draft ends Saturday night, more than 250,000 people will have made their way through the league’s draft festival in Chicago’s Grant Park.

Hand warmer Bears Fan: Since the draft was in Chicago this year, you knew some rabid Bears fans would show up. What I didn’t expect was that an actual bear would show up. This guy’s bear head and hand warmer earned him a spot on the craziest fans list.

Marcus Dolphinus: If Hollywood ever decides to make a Gladiator sequel and wants that sequel to star a Miami Dolphins fan, then this guy should be perfect. He was at the draft festival with a Bears fan, but she didn’t really seem interested in being in the picture.

Ram man: Ram man wasn’t the only fan in Chicago who wore a full football uniform, but he was the only fan who wore a full football uniform and a giant ram hat on his head.