Here is my version of how all of the teams in the NFL will finish.
1. Baltimore Ravens. The defense will be great once more and will lead to a division title. With Willis McGahee as RB, we will have a much improved offense.
2. Pittsburgh Steelers. Big Ben will bounce back, as much as I hate to say it.
3. Cinncinnati Bengals. They will fall apart as the season ends, once more.
4. Cleveland Browns. In a few years will be good, but not this year.
1. New England Patriots. Will easily pull away with the new recieving corps.
2. New York Jets. Will take 2nd in the division easily against weak compettion. (Besides the Patriots.)
3. Buffalo Bills. The loss of Willis Mcgahee will hurt but recievers will help them overcome.
4. Miami Dolphins. The trade for Trent Green will greatly improve the QB situation.
1. Indianapolis Colts. Do I really even have to say it?
2. Tennessee Titans. Nearly made playoffs last year with Vince Young carrying them. Watch for them to be even better this year.
3. Jacksonville Jaguars. Will not be strong enough to stop the Titans from getting 2nd in the division.
4. Houston Texans. Matt Schaub will help but not enough with that terrible O-Line.
1. San Diego Chargers. With LT and that D, the chargers will take the division.
2. Denver Broncos. With Cutler devolping, the Broncos will be good enough for second.
3. Kansas City Chiefs. After LJ's record setting amount of carries, he will fall off some this season. Plus, their wide recievers are aging.
4. Oakland Raiders. Jamarcus Russel can't help them by himself.
1. Chicago Bears. With that defense, it will win them games even though Rex Grossman is terrible.
2. Green Bay Packers. Almost made the playoffs last year, this year they will.
3. Minnesota Vikings. Adrian Peterson and Chester Taylor will provide a good 1-2 punch in games.
4. Detroit Lions. Will need Drew Stanton to devolp before anything really happens.
1. Philadelphia Eagles. Will be worse without Stallworth, but will still pull it out if McNabb stays healthy. If not, then the Cowboys will take the division.
2. Dallas Cowboys. With T.O. and Terry Glenn recieving, they will take second unless McNabb gets injured.
3. New York Giants. Will finish third and miss the playoffs. That means Tom Coughlin will be fired.
4. Washington Redskins. They will look better this year then last year, but will still not be good enough to move out from the cellar.
1. New Orleans Saints. With Reggie Bush and Deuce and Drew Brees plus that set of wide outs, they will take the division easily.
2. Carolina Panthers. With Steve Smith, they will cruise into second.
3. Atlanta Falcons. Without Vick, they will land here or below.
4. Tampa Bay Bucaneers. Their defense is aging.
1. Seattle Seahawks. Hasselbeck and Alexander will just sqeak out a division title.
2. San Francisco 49ers. Frank Gore and co. will just miss the title.
3. St Louis Rams. Not this year...
4. Arizona Cardinals. In 2-3 years, they will compete for division title but not this year.