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NFL Kick-off: The Rundown on All 32 Teams

This year, we here at the Hudsucker decided to kick-off the season right by giving two of our most football-passionate writers the chance to sound off on which teams will rise to the top and the promise each team, good or bad, has going into the 2013-14 season. Next week, a few other authors will join them as they talk about how the week’s games transpired and how they think the following week will play out, so stay tuned for that! And now, the rundown:

NFC SOUTH

Andrew Rogers:

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New Orleans Saints – It’s clear that this is one team that has something to prove after last season’s bounty scandal. With Sean Payton back in the saddle as coach, I’m hoping my team of choice can pull it together. Payton and record-setting QB Drew Brees make an awesome team and they’ve got the offence to win games, but they’re going to need ex-Cowboy’s defensive coordinator Rob Ryan to pull up their last place defence, despite all the injuries, if they have any hope of competing with their divisional rivals and first-week opponents, the Falcons, for the top spot, or even a wildcard.

  • (Prediction – 10-6 – I have no doubt that the Pats, 49ers and Falcons will all give the Saints a run for their money, but the Saints have proven they have what it takes to win at home, so if they can overcome their defensive injuries, we could see them put up a fight in order to prove they’re back in it)

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Carolina Panthers  – After a strong showing as a rookie, teams figured out QB Cam Newton last season and that left the Panthers pretty high and dry in his sophomore year. Newton is still not a bad QB, fantasy wise, but if they have any hope of cracking the playoffs in a strong division, newly crowned offensive coordinator Mike Shula is going to have to make good use of him – after all, he’s now competing with a new breed of QBs in Wilson, RGIII and Kaepernick.

  • (Prediction – 5-11 – With a similar schedule to the Saints and Falcons, but a much weaker team overall, I can’t see the Panthers doing much to take charge this season)

Chris Hill:

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Atlanta Falcons – Coming off of a narrow defeat to eventual Super Bowl runner-ups, the San Francisco 49ers, it will be interesting to see what Atlanta does to improve. One of the things that was apparent last year – especially in the playoffs – was the Falcons inability to consistently pressure the quarterback – especially mobile ones. Unfortunately, I don’t see that changing much this year. The loss of John Abraham hurts and with San Fran, Seattle, Washington, and Carolina (2x) boasting very mobile QBs; Falcon’s might have to outscore every opponent. Fortunately, barring injury, I think that is something that isn’t too much of a stretch. Steven Jackson will bring a much needed change to their running game and give Matt Ryan a pass catcher out of the back field. Honestly, I think that this will be the 2nd toughest division in football with the winner only having 8 or so wins. Lets hope Asante Samuel and the secondary can tackle, or my boys may peak at 7.

  • (Prediction – better team than last year, but a tough final 8 games sees the Falcon’s need to beat the Panthers to make it into the Wildcard Round at 9-7)

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers – I think the best thing that Tampa Bay could do is take a long hard look at Mike Glennon. He’s looked much better than Josh Freeman and the Bucs need to try something…anything. The revamped defense featuring offseason signings Darrelle Revis and Dashon Goldson will be interesting to watch. If players like Julio Jones, Steve Smith, and Marques Colston get stranded on “Revis Island,” then the Buccaneers should be able to hand the ball off to Doug Martin 60% of the time – which is a good thing. Mike Williams and Vincent Jackson should be pretty reliable options for whomever is quarterback to keep the Bucs in possession the other 40% of the time. This is a very talented team…but mentally, especially in the final two months of season play, they have struggled.

  • (Prediction – Slow start for Josh Freeman who is subsequently relieved of his duties in favor of Glennon. Bucs win 6 of their final 8 games but miss out on the post season with a 7-9 record)

NFC EAST

Andrew Rogers:

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New York Giants – After failing to even make the playoffs the year after the won the whole shebang, the Giants knew they had to make some big changes if they hope to triumph in a division that has four legitimate potential playoff contenders. They’ve still got a great offensive weapons, even if some of them are injury prone like Cruz, Pierre-Paul, and Brown, but if they can stay healthy and QB Eli Manning can keep throwing like he does, I think anyone would be foolish to count this team out in favour of Washington or the Cowboys.

  • (Prediction – 9-7 – They’ve got a couple tough games against Denver, Green Bay and the Seahawks and when battling their own division, it’s anyone’s guess who will win. Plus, the Giants have been unpredictable the past few seasons, leaving the playoff spot a tight race to the bitter end)

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Dallas Cowboys – The Cowboys have had a couple disappointing seasons in a row now and QB Romo has yet to show that he can bring the heat when it’s most needed. His biggest goal this season is going to have to be to cut down on turnovers and increase his completions and touchdowns. He’s got a firecracker in WR Dez Bryant to help him out and, hopefully, Dallas’s new defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin can make sure he has a little help.

  • (Prediction – 7-9 – I have so little faith in Romo’s ability to perform that I think even with a fresh defence, they’ll still be struggling to keep it together, even against middle of the pack teams)

Chris Hill:

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Philadelphia Eagles – The Eagles had a bad year last year didn’t they? Well this year has already started off a little rough, with starters dropping left and right before the kick-off to the regular season (see Jeremy Maclin). However, this offense looks absolutely ridiculous. Vick, who as of this writing, is the starter looks like someone told him he was about to lose his job (cough, cough). Desean Jackson and the merry-go-round of Maclin-replacements are going to love Chip Kelly’s offense. I suspect that the same won’t be said on the defensive side though. It’s not like Philly’s last two “premier” cornerbacks did much last year, but the Eagles need to find a way to stop the run. There are too many good running backs and running quarterbacks in this league.

  • (Prediction – Eagles are helped by having the worst NFC Conference; at least in the regular season. They win their division narrowly with a 9-7 record)

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Washington RedskinsRobert Griffin, III is ready and available for week 1 – and what a relief that must be for Skins fans. He’s a game-changer. With weapons like Fred Davis, Santana Moss, Leonard Hankerson, Piere Garcon and Alfred Morris – a game changer puts Washington over the top. However, that knee of his will be under the microscope after every game. If at some point RG3 goes down, Kirk Cousins should have enough in him to keep Washington afloat. However, they NEED RG3 healthy to truly take advantage of one of the easier NFC schedules (games against Oakland, San Diego, Minnesota, Dallas – Yes, I said Dallas).

  • (Prediction – 7-9 with RG3 only available for a little more half of the season for some reason or another. No playoffs, and unfortunately too many wins to win the ‘Clowney Sweepstakes”).

NFC NORTH

Andrew Rogers:

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Detroit Lions – Poor RB Reggie Bush has been tossed from team to team and it’s clear that he’s desperate to prove himself. He’s got a good friend in Matt Stafford and the rest of the O-Line so if they can the rhythm they had two seasons ago, maybe they can make something work with the Vikings and Bears still trying to find themselves. There’s also a lot of hype surrounding Rookie Defensive End Ziggy Ansah and with him on the Lions already not-too-shabby defense, there might be some potential for a better run this year.

  • (Prediction: 8-8 – Not a terrible season, but not a great one either. The Lions are still trying to find their groove and I think they’ll get some of it back this season but not enough to surprise anyone)

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Green Bay Packers – Green Bay’s got something to prove after they followed up their 2010 Super Bowl Win with a record setting season, but a playoff run cut short by the follow-up champs, the Giants. Last year, they buckled under the pressure again and lost to San Fran in the NFC Divisional Game, but there have been shakeups on the team since then. No doubt that QB Rodgers is still a force to be reckoned with, especially with a new & improved defensive line that will hopefully protect him in the pocket and give him time to do what he does best. If he and coach Mike McCarthy can work their magic again, maybe they can snag another playoff berth that actually goes somewhere.

  • (Prediction: 10-6 – Enough to make the play-offs and more. Rodgers still has it and by it I mean that chip on his shoulder that makes him so desperate to prove himself by winning games)

Chris Hill:

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Minnesota Vikings – This is a tough one. I mean really, I don’t see Minnesota winning any games against their division this year. I may have seen them getting one over on the Packers, but not now after Greg Jennings decided to run his mouth. Packers will be amp’d for those games – believe it. They rely too heavily on Adrian Peterson. I know that has worked in the past, but at the fact that there were even rumblings of a quarterback controversy between Matt Cassel and Christian Ponder this offseason is worrying. Despite what he thinks, Greg Jennings is not an improvement on Percy Harvin, and the Vikes are going to need someone to clear out the box for AP to get going.

  • (Prediction – I see Minnesota going 2-14. If you’re wondering who the wins are against: Steelers in a 12-9 victory featuring no touchdowns, and against the Redskins. Congrats on Jadeveon Clowney.

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Chicago Bears – I was sad to see Lovie Smith go, but Marc Trestman may be what the Bears need to get going and make a serious push for the Super Bowl. Well, that and an offensive line. The past two years have seen Chicago start strong but falter when their star QB, Jay Cutler, gets sacked so many times that he’s unconscious by post-season. He may be the 2.0 version of the “Incredible Sulk” (you’re welcome Nicholas Anelka), but Cutler has a serious arm. Like Washington, the Bears need to feed their buffet of talent (i.e. – Brandon Marshall and Matt Forte/Michael Bush). The juggernaut of a defense can’t keep winning games, at least in the regular season – playoffs are anybodies guess.

  • (Prediction – Jay Cutler plays 15 of the 16 games of the regular season, missing one game because he strained his pinky. Bears go 11-5 and are tied with the second best record in the NFL – first round bye to the NFC championship game).

NFC WEST

Andrew Rogers:

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Arizona Cardinals – The Cardinals started strong last season but petered off so fast that their playoff hopes were all but gone by mid-season. The question is whether new management, Steve Keim, can help this team go from a strong horse out of the gate to one that finishes the race strong. The key will be how well fresh-faced QB Carson Palmer performs and whether he has the patience to avoid hasty throws to key offensive players like Larry Fitzgerald to get into the end-zone fast, but without any payoff. Moreover, this team is going to need a good defence to back up an offence that is leagues behind some of the top teams. New defensive coordinator Todd Bowles will be a key part of making sure that happens.

  • (Prediction: 5-11 – I’m wondering if I’m being too generous with this prediction. They do not have an easy schedule for a team that’s making some much needed changes).

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Seattle Seahawks – I’ve had my eye on QB Russell Wilson ever since the Seahawks surprising playoff run last year. I think if anyone becomes a viable commodity in 2013, it will be him over the potential-injured RGIII and “possible beginner’s luck” Kaepernick. Wilson’s ability to run & throw, plus the Seahawks formidable defence makes this team one that might give the 49ers a run for their money and make them, at the very least, a wildcard contender, if not the top spot.

  • (Prediction: 11-5 – It’s a record good enough to get them into the playoffs, but will it? Or will San Fran be the stronger team this season? Hard to say but I’m saying they’ll be in the playoffs, one way or another).

Chris Hill:

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San Francisco 49ers – They seem to improve every year since Jim Harbaugh came to town. I think this year they may take a slight step back. Their division will be the toughest division in the NFL. I think Colin Kaepernick will be solid, but I don’t think the aerial attack will be as potent as last year’s. The Niners will miss Michael Crabtree. Even with Vernon Davis and Anquan Boldin, the running game and pass rush will be the keys for another lengthy run in the playoffs. I’ll be interested to see if Nnamdi Asomugha learns to tackle by osmosis…

  • (Prediction – a respectable 10-6 with four of their losses coming from within the division. They survive the wildcard round but lose to the Seahawks in the Divisional Round).

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St. Louis RamsSam Bradford has been better than the mediocrity of his team allows him to be – but not this year. I think the Rams are going to see an improvement in their offensive play. Teams won’t be loading up in the box to stop Steven Jackson, and I think that will allow Daryl Richardson space to get the ground game going. Chris Givens and rookie Tavon Austin are going to scare defenses (at least outside of the NFC West). Once Bradford has time to throw, he will be slinging it more than Brett Favre in the final minute of a potential game-winning drive in the playoffs.

  • (Prediction – If they weren’t in such a tough division, I’d say they could easily get to 7 or 8 wins. Unfortunately, I see them going 6-10. You have to feel bad for Jeff Fisher).

AFC NORTH

Andrew Rogers:

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Cincinnati Bengals – For a few years now, it’s been all about the Ravens or the Steelers in this division. Call me crazy, but I think this could be the Year of the Tiger. This team has all the makings of a good team. Andy Dalton is a decent QB with a lot of potential, they’ve got a solid enough defence and a strong Cornerback in Leon Hall, but even with all those cylinders firing, they were inconsistent in the pre-season, so the question is whether the stars will align a little better for them come the regular season.

  • (Prediction: 9-7 – Enough to maybe win their division, or at least fight for a wildcard spot, I hope)

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Baltimore Ravens – A Super Bowl win always brings the same questions for the team the following year: was it just luck? Can they recreate the magic? The Ravens are opening the season against a tough team: Denver, and that game could be a tone-setter for both teams. The Ravens are consistently good at getting themselves to the playoffs and big names like RB Rice, the now-healthy CB Webb, and newcomer Marshal Yanda will be a big part of that. Even Flacco deserves some credit, but this team will be relying on a lot of untested talent this season, so here’s hoping they mesh well.

  • (Prediction: Also 9-7 – Not a knockout season, but nothing to sneeze at. I can’t see them going down without a fight after last year)

Chris Hill: 

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Pittsburgh Steelers – I don’t want to use an old cliche, but the “mighty” have truly fallen a ways since they were the most feared team in the AFC North. Baltimore winning the Championship last year couldn’t have made it any easier on the Steelers, who have struggled to put up points under offensive coordinator Todd Haley. Ben Roethlisberger is a Hall of Fame quarterback often playing behind a make-shift offensive line. However, if said line can stay healthy, then presumably so can Big Ben. I think the loss of Mike Wallace will hurt initially, but Antonio Brown has the ability to make up for that. But Heath Miller’s injury will be noticed and if the running game is as stale as last years, then I can’t see Pittsburgh topping their division (though luckily, they probably won’t have to). The defense has been deceptively good at keeping the offense in the game, but Polamalu and Co. have to actually force turnovers this year.

  • (Prediction – The Steelers start slow but end the year on a high winning their last 5 games to go 9-7 and earn a surprising wildcard berth).

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Cleveland Browns – I believe in Brandon Weedon. I don’t believe in the Browns, but I do believe they have a solid QB and, in Jordon Cameron, have a future tight end as dominate as Tony Gonzalez. Josh Gordon and Greg Little may also be very useful weapons, along with a healthy (because there are questions) Trent Richardson. The defense plays tough, but its really going to be the offense that makes the difference for the Browns this year. Too often last year did the Browns start off strong on D, only to tire out by the end of the third because of an inept offense. This year looks to be different. They will still find themselves at the bottom of the division, though – that’s just the truth.

  • (Prediction – While showing the NFL their version of the “Greatest Show on Turf”, the Browns still find themselves playing 2nd fiddle to the AFC North heavyweights. 7-9).

AFC WEST

Andrew Rogers:

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Oakland Raiders – Sorry Raider Nation, but this is one team that probably won’t even come close to making the playoffs. Newbie QB Terrelle Pyror is going to have one heck of a job trying to keep up with the teams with better offences and defences in the league. I think, if Coach Dennis Allen, is smart, he’ll start figuring out how to build a viable team by next year.

  • (Prediction: 5-11 – If that, they’ll be lucky to win five games because I can’t pick 5 in their schedule that they’ll have an easy time winning)

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Kansas City Chiefs – Well this team is like a jigsaw puzzle of potential. We’ve got San Fran’s sloppy seconds, Alex Smith, tossing balls to one of the most buzzed about RBs in the NFL right now: Jamaal Charles, and ex-Philly coach Andy Reid calling the shots. It sounds just crazy enough to work, but I can’t say I expect this team to hit the ground running right away. Still, I want to see Smith succeed after he got snubbed last season.

  • (Prediction: 7-9 – Maybe I’m being generous because Smith is part of my fantasy team, but I think it’s about time this team showed some promise on the road to recovery)

Chris Hill: 

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San Diego Chargers – Will Norv Turner’s exit make a difference? Not in terms of making the playoffs. In fact, San Diego would do well to enter themselves into the “Clowney Sweepstakes” early before the Vikings or Raiders pull ahead. I had hope for them at the beginning of the year, but with injuries running rampant among their receiving core and an impressive, yet dramatically injury-plagued, Ryan Matthews in the backfield, I just don’t know where the points will come from. Antonio Gates has lost a step; Vincent Brown is coming off a season-long injury, and Phillip Rivers has looked very underwhelming as of late. The defense cannot keep them in games. While the team as a whole may be more balanced and play better as a unit than last year, they won’t win many games.

  • (Prediction – San Diego Wins 5 of their first 8 games…but can’t get healthy enough to win the rest. They even contrive a way to lose to the Raiders in Week 16.)

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Denver Broncos – The loss of Von Miller will have a huge impact on this defense, and the team as a whole. Dumervil’s exit over the summer was bad, but not having Von Miller for 6 games will put a lot of pressure on Peyton Manning early on. If the Broncos can get through those weeks unscathed then they should be alright. But the season opener against the Ravens is going to be nasty. The score is either going to be 42-44 (game winning safety as the only defensive note in the game) or 15-9. I’ll be curious to see if the running game will be as potent as last years. Monte Ball, Ronnie Hillman, or whoever ends up atop the depth chart, will have to do well in pass protection – otherwise, whats the point of having Peyton Manning, Eric Decker, Wes Welker, and Demaryius Thomas?

  • (Prediction – Broncos lose three of their first 5 games without Von Miller, but manage to get into playoffs atop a weak division at 10-6. They get knocked out by the Texans in the Divisional Round).

AFC SOUTH

Andrew Rogers:

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Jacksonville Jaguars – Another team that can probably kiss this season goodbye. That said, this is a positive list, so let’s talk about what they have going for them: QB Gabbert is still coming into his own. He’ll need to throw hard and hope that the rookies and new faces on the team are there to catch the ball. There’s also plenty of new faces on the defensive line, CBs Gratz and McCray, as well as the more seasoned Ball, and FSs Evans and Cyprien. No doubt, their season will depend on how all these newfound pieces fit into the puzzle.

  • (Prediction: 5-11 – It will be a rough season for them, I think, and one that will be primarily about figuring out what works and what doesn’t)

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Houston Texans – The Texans had tons of buzz going into last seasons playoffs, but the problem is that buzz and big names don’t win games. QB Schaub has yet to prove he can go toe to toe with better signal callers in the league and, right now, he’s relying on some of the other talent on the team. But there’s a lot of healthy concerns plaguing key players like DE Watt, RB Foster and promising rookie WR Hopkins, that might give this team a slower start than they hope for in early games against the Ravens, Seahawks and 49ers. If everyone comes back strong and the defence plays as well as they did in pre-season (see: their game against the Saints) then we might be in for a better showing than last season.

  • (Prediction: 10-6 – Their only competition for that playoff spot is the Coltls, so this record might just be enough to sneak them in)

Chris Hill: 

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Indianapolis ColtsAndrew Luck is more than just a quarterback – he is what makes this Colts team even remotely dangerous (see Curtis Painter circa 2011-2012 season). Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton are going to get a lot of catches, and a lot of yards. Maybe Darius Heyward-Bey will too…The only thing keeping the Colts from topping the AFC South (besides the Texans defense) is their own defense. If the games are always high-scoring, then Andrew Luck is going to have to be throwing; and if that happens, then he is going to take hits – especially behind that offensive line. A good running game can easily supplement a weak defense, but who is going to place money on either of Ahmad Bradshaw’s legs?

  • (Prediction – Colts surprise many by winning 10 games, and surprise even more by beating the Steelers in the Wildcard Round).

Tennessee Titans – This is another team that by mid-season finds themselves vying for the

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“Clowney Sweepstakes”. I’m not sure what it is about Jake Locker that I’m not convinced of, but if by week 6 they have only won one game, you can bet that you’ll see Ryan Fitzpatrick for the rest of the season. The defense has not been impressive over the last couple of years, and the running game can be very Jekyll-Hyde. The receiving core could be more productive too, with Kenny Britt, Nate Washington, and 2nd-year Kendall Wright all very capable wideouts – but again, it comes down to quarterback play.

  • (Prediction – narrowly misses out on the “Clowney Sweepstakes” by winning against the Jaguars (2x) and Jets, giving them one more win than the Vikings. To be fair, they were trying very hard to lose to the Jags).

AFC EAST

Andrew Rogers:

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New England Patriots – Despite the major shuffles this team went through in the off-season, there’s still QB Tom Brady and TE Rob Gronkowski. Even with Welker gone and the (entirely insignificant and unsurprising) drop of Tebow, Coach Belichick still knows how to churn out the wins. Combine all that with promising rookies TE Zack Sudfield and WR Kendall Thompkins, plus the fact that they have literally no competition in their division yet again this year, and you’ve got another season of smooth sailing to the playoffs.

  • (Prediction: 11-5 – Maybe that seems high, but you can basically guarantee five or six wins against their own division. The only teams that might give them a run in their schedule are the Saints, Falcons, Steelers, Bengals, Texans and Ravens).

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Buffalo Bills – The Bills are another team that it’s the process of trying to find their own and, as such, I don’t think too many people expect much from them this year. With Rookie QB EJ Manuel on standby after minor knee surgery, it’s anyone’s guess how they’ll fair in Week 1 against the Pats. They’ve got a strong WR in Johnson and fresh talent at the coaching helm in Marrone. The question is whether they’ll have the beginner’s luck to come together as a team and put together those drives that will get them to the endzone.

  • (Prediction: 6-10 would be a generous record for this team, but I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt and say they’ll pull it off. They should win against the Jets, twice, as well as the Browns, Jags and maybe Miami. If they can pull an upset or two, that should do it)

Chris Hill: 

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Miami Dolphins – I was looking forward to seeing a revamped offense in Miami. Dustin Keller would have been a great fixture. Let’s hope he’ll be alright from that injury. On a positive note, Ryan Tannehill maybe be a very good quarterback, and the Dolphins may actually put up some noise in their division. But sloppy offensive line play and a Reggie Bush-less backfield will be the downfall of their season. I’m not sure about Lamar Miller yet…

  • (Prediction – After losing their first 5 games, Miami puts on a strong second half of the season that sees them beat eventually division winners, New England, at home. They go 7-9).

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New York Jets – All jokes aside, I think the confidence of the Jets as a team is plummeting. No Revis, maybe no Santonio Holmes (or game-breaking wide receivers in general), and no ominous Rex Ryan comment proclaiming the Jets as the team to beat in the NFL. Geno Smith looked unpolished, before he got the starting gig. but I don’t think this year is his year. Mark Sanchez (whenever he does play) is slowly losing his hold over the offense, and with the New York media riding his back, it may prove too heavy to carry the Jets this season as well. Can this team succeed? Eh, maybe. It would take a huge test in character for them to make waves this year. I just don’t see it.

  • (Prediction – The Jets struggle out of the gates but make it to 7 wins on the year, and 5 coming in weeks 11-16).

About the Authors

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Andrew Rogers is Editor and staff writer here at “The Hudsucker”. He is a 24 year old law student who lives in Halifax during the school year and Toronto the rest of the year. Besides Law, his brain capacity is taken up by reality show trivia, video game walk-throughs and food factoids. Andrew is also happily in a relationship with an American boy named Elliott. Follow him on Twitter as @sublymonal.

Chris Hill graduated from Georgia State University in 2009 with degrees in Journalism and Creative Writing. He has spent a lot of time working with the media. From engineering radio broadcast for most of Atlanta’s major sports teams to shooting high school football games behind a camera, Chris has a lot of media experience. Besides that, he loves soccer, detective shows, and a buffet list of ‘nerdy’ things that would embarrass his wife. Follow him on Twitter as @ARadioVoice.

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5 Comments on “NFL Kick-off: The Rundown on All 32 Teams”

  1. Sandra September 5, 2013 at 6:05 pm #

    Great article Chris!

  2. mike September 6, 2013 at 3:37 pm #

    Nice work!

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