i wouldnt count the ravens out in the afc.
yes they did lose lots of talent, but lets not forget, a guy like lewis was more effective from a motivational standpoint lastyear than actually on the field. ed reed has had a hall of fame career, but his body has been falling apart and he may not even be ready for opening day with the texans, and i have heard talk how they may give him some games off throughout they year.
krueger and boldin were pretty tough loses, as was ellerby, but they did sign dumervill who is really good when healthy, they also signed chris canty who while not a all pro by any means is still very solid and can be effective for that ravens line, and they still do have ray rice, joe flacco, and torri smith, pita and dickson.
im sure someone will come in and fill boldins shoes. we see it all the time in the nfl.
i deff agree with us making the playoffs, because if not now, then when? however, i do feel people are taking baltimore lightly this season due to all the losses in offseason. they still got a top 5 qb in joe flacco imo.
ravens will win there division
Although not an elite quarterback, Any Dalton is no slouch my friend. Cincy may make a little noise.
"Surprise team" will be KC, not Buffalo.
The Bills, are you kidding me? That team is a trainwreck.
God bless, I'll hang up and listen.
He called that one right...
The Phins have quite a bit of young, albeit, unproven talent. This season will reveal much about Philbin's future as a HC in the NFL.
With a coach like Shula this team wins the division. I actually like our roster better than the Pats, Tom Brady not withstanding.
Assuming Philbin is as promising a HC as some of us believe, and Tannehill develops into a good QB, there is no reason to believe they can't challenge for the division. RT doesn't have to be as good as Brady, he just simply has to be good.
There has been a lot of activity in the offseason, so the Phins are one of the most difficult teams to handicap. However, if a team like the Bills has a better season, then they should just blow this all up and start over.
“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”
Dont think the steelers will be that good next year but I could be wrong