So, we had the poll in the TexansTalk section of the forum, What does losing week 1 mean? and the winner (by a landslide) was depends on how they played. With that in mind, lets look at week 1s losers. Bengals Still my favorite to win the AFC North. I forgot how good the Bears could be. I thought the Aj Green yap was hype. I dont any more. Ravens They looked bad. Flacco was back to regular season Flacco. Oher left the game early with an ankle injury, hes day to day, may not miss a game but that could spell longterm trouble for the Ravens. Jacoby is also day to day. Not a big part of their offense & theyve got a rookie who might end up stealing that job (WR2). Defensively I know its Peyton Manning, but 7 TDs in one game, thats bad. Its just week 1 but they look like theyre in trouble of not making the play offs for the first time in Flaccos career (which is a shame because thats the only time Flacco is worth watching). Browns Someone had to lose. I think that is unfortunate as I believe both clubs (Miami @ Cleveland) are on the upswing. Miami is further along defensively, so it made sense that Cleveland was going to have trouble scoring. Brandon Weeden threw 3 INT to 1 TD, Trent Richardson never got loose, cant find a WR in the stat sheet, but Jordan Cameron is the real deal. With Baltimore & Pittsburgh looking rather anemic, the Browns may sneak into the #2 spot. Will that be good enough for a Wild-Card?Steelers Surely the Steelers arent this bad. Well find out a little more when we face Tennesse next week.