Wow tough list.
The Bills still don't have enough fire power to get it done.
Cincinnati just disemboweled themselves.
The Titans are fighting with Chris Johnson and will be breaking in an experienced but battered and injury prone QB who may or may not have Kenny Britt to throw too.
The Broncos have some promise, John Fox will be a good fit in Denver and he'll want to come out of the gate strong. Tebow had a good showing last year and will only improved with more snaps as the starter this year and McGahee will add instant improvement to the run game.
Washington is still undergoing face lift surgery and will be ready for the recovery room by seasons end... maybe.
Minnesota could be exciting with the addition of McNabb, they've got the tools to make it happen but they they have to keep the QB healthy. McNabb is still a very dangerous and viable QB with the right scheme and the proper protection, but once he starts getting dinged up his value drops dramatically. It will be interesting.
Panthers, that's easy... Cam Newton is not the answer.
AZ, they've got a good TE out there now, but even he won't be able to get them over the top. Good Luck HEAP!!!
I'm taking Minnesota.
none of the above
Tennessee might improve this year. I think we may be slightly lucky that we face them in week 2 when they'll in all likelihood be completely unprepared.
The Cardinals are really the only team capable and that's just because they play in a horrible divison. Everyone else has multiple better teams ahead of them to traverse before making it to the top.
And I'll point out specifically.........The Bengals. The Bengals have as much chance of being division winners this year as my 6 year old's Rec team......who plays CLINIC. :)
Honestly...none of them.
I'm not a believer in Kolb and the Cards' defense is still suspect.
I think Minny has the best chance, but they're in a tough division. I doubt McNabb is enough to get them over the hump. Maybe though.
Buffalo still has a lackluster defense and a mediocre OL. Chan Gailey can get as cute as he wants with his offensive schemes, but the reality is that the Patriots and Jets are better teams. Barring some sort of incredible injury to Tom Brady I can't see how the Pats don't run away with that division. Now if the Dolphins can somehow manage to get Orton...they might have a shot.