Today we take a look at the four teams in the division, as well as how we see the division lining up.
It will be tough to think the Pats won’t at least drop two games without Brady, but once he comes back in week four against the Browns, look out. The Pats are going to be one of the tough teams again in the AFC like always, and with Brady and hopefully a healthy core unlike last season, they likely will again be in the thick of things in the AFC playoff race.
The Jets last season with Ryan Fitzpatrick running the ship with new coach Todd Bowels they were one game away from making the postseason, only to lose to the Bills in the season finale. It will hard for them to repeat as good as an offensive showing as a season ago, but with Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall and new RB Matt Forte, the Jets should again be in the thick of things in the division, but again not enough to earn a playoff spot.
New coach Adam Gase has a lot of work to do, and it’s going to be a long season down in South Beach for Gase and the Dolphins. Miami added big man Ndamukong Suh before last season, but he was not the impact defensive stud they were looking for after he had 61 tackles and 6 sacks in 16 games. This team needs more, a lot more from QB Ryan Tannehill, and this could be a make or break season for him when it comes to being the starter in Miami.
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