MEXICO – With Week 9 he started the second half of the regular season in the NFL.

In this league, and at this stage of the season, teams that qualified last year for the postseason are “passing oil”.

Others we assumed would be fighting for more than being last in their division are disappointing the league.

All this leads us to the conclusion that in the NFL some squads are going through a mid-season crisis.

The Denver Broncos two seasons ago won the Super Bowl 50 and last year they ran out of playoffs. Now, after Week 9, they have a losing record of 3-5 and were overwhelmed by the Philadelphia Eagles.

The one that was presumed like the best defense of the league and that had not received terrestrial touchdowns in the season, received 51 points of the Eagles and I accept two annotations by earth.

We knew that the Broncos had the worst schedule of all the teams in the NFL, but being in the last place of the division is inadmissible.

Denver decided to play with Brock Osweiler as his starting quarterback for this game. If Vance Joseph made that determination, it speaks to us of the level of desperation for not finding a reliable passer.

In the same division, the Kansas City Chiefs got back on track. After winning in Week 8 against Denver, the Chiefs lost again as visitors to the Dallas Cowboys. Kansas has lost three of its last four games.

We do not eliminate them yet, of course, especially because of the looseness of the AFC West Division. By the way, what was not supposed to be the most competitive division in the league? Three teams march with losing records: Oakland Raiders, Los Angeles Chargers and Broncos.

Raiders: They still have a losing record despite Sunday’s victory over the Miami Dolphins. Many of us took it for granted that they would take a leap in quality and are now a shadow of those great expectations.

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