Donnie Avery
Wide receiver Donnie Avery goes airborne for the Rams, who top the Bottom Ten this week. (Otto Greule Jr. / Getty Images)

Sure, the Bungles and the crumpled Bills lost in spectacular fashion. But don't overlook the No. 1 St. Louis Lambs. They just went quietly about their business, losing their opener, 0-28, to Seattle, a team that won four games last year.

And Detroit's toothless Lions lost their 18th straight game dating back to 1907, whoops, 2007.

Another contender is Arizona, which seems determined to become the first team to play in the Super Bowl one year and win the Bottom Ten title the next.

Meanwhile, running back LenDale White of No. 10 Tennessee flopped with 28 yards rushing in the opener after bragging about how he lost 30 pounds during the off-season by cutting out tequila. Or was he misquoted? Maybe he only cut out Tila Tequila.

Wreck, Record Last Loss Next Loss

1. St. Louis (0-1) 0-28, Seattle Washington

2. Cincinnati (0-1) 7-12, Denver Green Bay

3. Buffalo (0-1) 24-25, Olde England Grampa Bay

4. Grampa Bay (0-1) 21-34, Dallas Buffalo

5. Oakland (0-1) 20-24, San Diego Kansas City

6. Arizona (0-1); 7. Detroit (0-1); 8. Washington (0-1); 9. Miami (Fla.) (0-1); 10. Tennessee (0-1).

Crummy Game of the Week: Eastern region: St. Louis (0-1) at Washington (0-1); Midwestern region: Oakland (0-1) at Kansas City (0-1).

Quotebook: Bay Area reporter Steve Bitker to ESPN radio on why the Raiders kept Bruce Gradkowski, and not Jeff Garcia, as a backup to beleaguered QB JaMarcus Russell: "It's harder to chant 'Gradkowski.' "

Fantasy League Flops: QB Jake Delhomme (Carolina): 7 of 17 pass attempts for 73 yards, 4 interceptions, no TDs; RB Larry Johnson (Kansas City): 11 carries, 20 yards, no TDs; RB Steve Slaton (Houston), 9 carries, 17 yards, no TDs.