Getting to the postseason following a 0-2 start has been well-documented, and it’s been even harder recently. Dating back to realignment, 79 teams have opened their season with 2 losses from 2002-10 and only 8 rebounded to make the playoffs (10.1 percent), including none of the 17 teams to open 0-2 from 2009-10. And nearly half of those positive instances came in 2008, when the Dolphins, Vikings and Chargers all came back from 0-2 starts to reach the postseason…<!--more-->One of the more perplexing results of Week 2 was Baltimore’s 26-13 loss at Tennessee. The Titans had lost 9 of their previous 10 games dating back to last season while the Ravens were coming off a rousing victory over the Steelers in which they forced 7 turnovers and sacked QB Ben Roethlisberger 4 times. Last Sunday, Titans’ QB Matt Hasselbeck threw for 358 yards and a touchdown and wasn’t sacked while committing the team’s lone turnover (INT) of the game…It looks like the NFC West has picked up where it left off last season, when Seattle became the first team to win a division title with a losing record. It’s the only division with a pair of winless clubs, the Seahawks and Rams, who tied for the foursome’s best win-loss record at 7-9. Dating back to last season, Seattle, St. Louis and San Francisco all own a combined 7-11 record, with the Cardinals a game behind at 6-12. It all adds up to a dismal 27-45 resume since 2010…This Sunday, Jaguars’ QB Blaine Gabbert will be third rookie quarterback to start a game this season, joining Carolina’s Cam Newton (his opposition this weekend) and Cincinnati’s Andy Dalton. Last season, 8 rookie quarterbacks wound up starting for teams, including first overall pick QB Sam Bradford (Rams) and QB Colt McCoy (Browns), and the Class of 2010 combined for a 15-32 win-loss record, 7 of those wins by Bradford. Newton and Dalton have put excellent numbers in their first 2 starts and both look the part, but the Panthers are 0-2 and the Bengals are 1-1. Ofcourse, while the bottom line is winning, judging these players strictly by their record is not always fair…