Houston. No one thinks about them, they're in a tough division, but they've been building for quite a while.
I would also say Minnesota but most know about them now.
Detroit...pfft. But seriously I say San Diego, not so much making the playoffs but going deep into them and actually taking out New england for a shot at a Championship.
I am pulling for the Green Bay Packers! I have liked them for a long time and well. it's time for them to shine again! Aaron Rodgers threw for 4,038 yards, and 28 touchdowns last year. Newly hired defensive coordinator Dom Capers has a few tricks up his sleeve. Even though there are a lot of young new players, there are still experienced players on the offensive line, Scott Wells, and Chad Clifton. Daryn Colledge, Tony Moll, and Jason Spitz. All in all, I think they will surprise a lot of people!
I like the Jets to make some noise in the AFC. They have the talent and now they've got Buddy Ryan's son to put some fire in their belly. The obvious question mark is QB, but they just need someone to hold down the fort and they have a good shot.
In the NFC, I've gotta go with San Fran. It's a bit of a shot in the dark, but Seattle is already on the decline and Mora is overrated. Arizona has a whole bunch of disgruntled players plus a Superbowl hangover to deal with and the main reason they got to the SB is in Kansas City now. Then the Rams are the Rams, so the Niners have a good shot to get in the playoffs at least.
Houston Texans never been to playoffs EVER! I say the make it this year.
I'll go for the Rams, because my former Defensive Coordinator (who deserves more credit than was given) is their new head coach. Why? Just for the heck of it. It'll make for a great story, for a first-year head coach. He'll win Coach of the Year honors...But then they'll get eliminated in the first round, but will win their weak division (they'll split with the Cards).
I'd love to see former USC quarterback (and total cutie) Mark Sanchez take the Jets to the playoffs.
i dont think texans will ever make it unless they have a great team like the Dallas Cowboys. if the Cowboys play hard and bring it to the field then maybe they will go to the playoffs but there is other teams i think they wont have a chance like the Minnesota or the Packers. you will never know till it happen
The San Franciso 49ers, they have practically already won their division by knocking off their 2 biggest rivals. The Seahawks and the Cardinals.
The raiders because it's allways a mistake or a fluke when they make it.
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