hard 10 wrote:nope.
The Jets defense might outscore their offense this year. Buffalo's interesting, but ultimately just a slightly above average team that's probably good enough to get a wild card spot, but not good enough to beat good teams.
The Patriots are still the best team in the division by far and, barring a Brady injury, should easily take the AFC East again.
Bad Lieutenant wrote:Weak division or not, I think the Jets or Buffalo are even money to edge them out.
Bad Lieutenant wrote: I'm not on the Kool Aid that offensive scheme will hold up again.
WasteOfTime wrote:I agree with the OP. Also, demaryius thomas is the most talented receiver peyton's ever had the privilege of throwing to.
Bad Lieutenant wrote:Is it me or was New England flat out lucky as H to the double LL to smoke and mirror all season long last year and barely cruise by in the worst division in football? They really didn't beat the Ravens either. I will say that coach's scheme to work with what they had was brilliant, the 2 tight end action was money and Brady played out of his mind, but overall it was slippery, fly by the seat their pants looking offense. Is the defense really going to just be that much better now relative to the sieve it was last year? Probably better, but not great. Can Brady play at that same level and not get hammered this year? I don't think so. I'm not on the Kool Aid that offensive scheme will hold up again. They got a punch in the mouth waiting for them in Tennessee. Weak division or not, I think the Jets or Buffalo are even money to edge them out.