13th Minnesota Vikings
Points per Game: 22.5 (18th in the league)
Points Against per Game: 27.0 (25th in the league)
The Vikings have been in each of their games but just haven't been able to pick up a win thanks in part to a defensive unit that has given up over 300 yards on the ground in two games. The offense has done a good job of putting points on the board but they aren't able to get many opportunities with opposing offenses eating up the clock with their ground game. There's still plenty of time for the Vikings to turn things around in the worst division so far in the NFC Conference.
12th New York Giants
Points per Game: 15.5 (28th in the league)
Points Against per Game: 34.0 (32nd in the league)
Yes, the Giants won their game, but it was against a tanking Cardinals team, and they needed a fourth quarter comeback to do it. Combine that with their drubbing from the Cowboys in week one and you get the worst one-win team in the NFC at this point and things are going to get worse now that Saquon Barkley going down with an ankle injury. Now the hopes of this team climbing back fall on Daniel Jones and this defense to carry the load.
11th Green Bay Packers
Points per Game: 31.1 (2nd in the league)
Points Against per Game: 22.5 (14th in the league)
Jordan Love is off to a nice start in his first season leading this Packers offense and he's doing it without his best receiver Christian Watson. The defense though isn't living up to the standards they set for themselves allowing teams to run the football and gain 4.5 yards per attempt. This division is still wide open but if they want to put some distance between themselves and the rest of the division this coaching staff is going to need to find a way to stop the opposing team's running game in order to give this a Packers offense averaging 31 points a game more opportunities to put points on the scoreboard.