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Every NFL team have dreams and aspirations to make the super bowl year in and year out but that's not the case, not every team will make the playoffs, which team from the AFC South, AFC North, AFC West and AFC East will win 6 or fewer games  or finish last in their own division this year?
| Closed on 10/11/12 at 05:00PM
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Team Breakout:
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 1. AFC South (0 points)
35%a. Indianapolis Colts
0%b. Houston Texans
60%c. Jacksonville Jaguars
5%d. Tennessee Titans
 2. AFC East (0 points)
55%a. Miami Dolphins
30%b. Buffalo Bills
0%c. New England Pats
15%d. New York Jets
 3. AFC West (0 points)
50%a. Kansas City Chiefs
10%b. San Diego Chargers
35%c. Oakland Raiders
5%d. Denver Broncos
 4. AFC North (0 points)
5%a. Baltimore Ravens
90%b. Cleveland Browns
0%c. Pittsburgh Steelers
5%d. Cincinnati Bengals

  
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#1 | 728 days ago

Really unsure about the South. Andrew Luck just may have a way to win them games "depending on" the rest of the team.  In the West I chose Bronco's because I fear Peyton will get injured again and he's really needed to help them win games. sad
1. Indianapolis Colts  2. Miami Dolphins  3. Denver Broncos  4. Cleveland Browns  
#2 | 727 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
Really unsure about the South. Andrew Luck just may have a way to win them games "depending on" the rest of the team.  In the West I chose Bronco's because I fear Peyton will get injured again and he's really needed to help them win games. sad
At least the colts have a Quarterback, it'll be interesting to see how Blaine Gabbert (Jaguars QB) will do after a dismal rookie season, Maurice Jones-Drew is the Running back that the Jaguars rely on to put points on the board which was why they were one of the worst offense in the league but their defense was in the top 10...  I agree, the Broncos will have to rely on Peyton Manning to win games since Tim Tebow is not around to give that running game, it'll also be interesting to see how good Peyton can still throw the ball as well as getting protection in the pocket...  Believe me, if Peyton gets injured for this coming season, the Broncos can say goodbye to the playoffs...
1. Jacksonville Jaguars  2. Miami Dolphins  3. Kansas City Chiefs  4. Cleveland Browns  
#3 | 700 days ago

All 4 of my choices are no brainers. seriously.

Indy has rookie qb, no true tb, and shaky defense
Lphins suck because they have no "D" and they have no "0" and are starting a rookie qb with crappy o-line and shaky, injury filled d
Chargers just because I hate Philip Rivers
Browns because they are the Browns.
1. Indianapolis Colts  2. Miami Dolphins  3. San Diego Chargers  4. Cleveland Browns  
#4 | 700 days ago

My choices are a no brainer.

Indy has rookie qb, shaky running game, shaky o-line, aging defense.
Miami has rookie qb, crappy o-line, no #1 or #2 WR, and defensive secondary needs help
SD because I hate Philip Rivers and think he's overrated
Cleveland because it's the Browns.



1. Indianapolis Colts  2. Miami Dolphins  3. San Diego Chargers  4. Cleveland Browns  
#5 | 689 days ago

anthonyrichardlouisnaught wrote:
My choices are a no brainer.

Indy has rookie qb, shaky running game, shaky o-line, aging defense.
Miami has rookie qb, crappy o-line, no #1 or #2 WR, and defensive secondary needs help
SD because I hate Philip Rivers and think he's overrated
Cleveland because it's the Browns.



San Diego did lose alot of talent especially in the running back department and on defense, also the chargers lost Vincent Jackson who was the #1 option as far as Philip Rivers throwing the ball to him, Philip Rivers will have his hands full once again, Kansas City on the other hand need to put points on the board and It'll be up to Matt Cassel to make that happen, the AFC West will be a totally new division this year.

As for the Colts, the colts will struggle no doubt but I'm more concern with Blaine Gabbert, the QB for the Jacksonville Jaguars,  he had the lowest QB rating last year even though he had a great preseason but I got the Jags as the worst team in the league this year.  MJD may not have a good year due to his holdout.

Miami has a long way to go and they just drafted a QB so the best thing for them is to start young and keep building because the AFC East will be too hot for Miami to handle.

Cleveland are in the same boat as Miami and all they need is to keep building and to have new leadership who knows how to build a team
1. Jacksonville Jaguars  2. Miami Dolphins  3. Kansas City Chiefs  4. Cleveland Browns  

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