3. Green Bay Packers (113 points scored)
At 2-3, the Green Bay Packers are technically second in the division behind the 4-1 Detroit Lions. The season started so promising for Green Bay, but it turns out that if you begin the season playing against one of the league's worst defenses, things will look pretty bright.
Since blowing out the Bears in Week 1, the Packers are 1-3 and have now dropped two in a row, with one loss coming to the division-leading Lions and the other coming by way of a franchise that had been on the downward trend, the Las Vegas Raiders.
Jordan Love has not been good this season. After what ended up being a mirage of a start at the beginning of the year, Love is dead last in the NFL in completion percentage and is struggling with his accuracy. He is particularly struggling on throws past five yards, which is not going to allow you to keep an NFL starting gig.
This week, the Packers are on a bye but will come out of it playing the lowly Denver Broncos in Week 7, which should be a good chance to right the ship.