From the Texans to the Jaguars- Five Hopeless NFL Teams Who Need to Rebuild their Squad for Next Season

Eleven weeks into the regular season, the NFL has taken shape pretty well. Some teams have circled their spot in the playoffs, while some look absolutely hopeless. Ahead of the playoffs, here's what the NFL's most hopeless teams have to do.

Jacksonville Jaguars

For this team, everything is a work in progress, besides the fact that they used last year's first pick on Trevor Lawrence. The Jaguars are 2-7 with a minus-83 point differential. 

Washington Football Team

The Washington Football Team looked poised to fight for a playoff spot after making the postseason last year and they had a tally of seven wins, in five of its last six seasons. They even rebuilt with head coach Ron Rivera. It now looks like they're going in the other direction at 3-6.

New York Giants

It might happen that New York Giants head for a quarterback reset as Daniel Jones is still struggling in his third season. Kadarius Toney and offensive linemen like Andrew Thomas have also suffered injuries.

Detroit Lions

Here Matthew Stafford had thrown eight touchdowns and six interceptions for the NFL's only winless team at 0-8-1. But on the other hand, Goff struggled without Sean McVay. 

Houston Texans

They were the league's most shocking teams, having a 37-21 win over Jacksonville in Week 1. Then the Texans also signed 29 players to a one-year deal last offseason. But somehow the team flipped back to expectations, having a 1-8 record with a minus-130 point differential.

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