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NFL AFC East 2008 Preview: (August 2008) National Football League AFC East The AFC East is home to one of the NFL’s best teams—the New England Patriots. The division, which is one of the least competitive, also includes the Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Miami Dolphins. One positive note regarding the AFC East—all four teams have improved, including the already superior Pats. Here’s what the division looks like as the 2008-2009 season approaches. The New England Patriots More...

2008 Buffalo Bills Preview: (August 2008) Buffalo Bills It was thought by some that in 2007 the Buffalo Bills (7-9) might challenge the Patriots. But the Bills finished a distant second and, for the fifth year running, out of the playoffs. 2007 was Trent Edwards rookie year and it was a good one. He completed 151 of 269 passes (56%) for 1,630 yards and seven TDs. He tossed eight interceptions. Edwards, who worked on his arm strength in the off-season, is a fine leader and a good decision maker. Although More...

Miami Dolphins 2008 Preview: (August 2008)         Miami Dolphins Was there a worse team in the NFL last season than the Miami Dolphins (1-15)?  The answer is “no.” The Fins have been failing ever since Joe Marino retired. This season, they brought in veteran coach Bill Parcells to run the front office and untested Tony Sparano to be head coach. But don’t expect these Dolphins to be doing swimmingly in 2008. Rebuilding will take two to three years at the least. More...

New England Patriots 2008 preview: (August 2008) NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS The New England Patriots (16-0) were perfect during the regular season and almost perfect in the post season. It’s that word “almost” that makes Patriot players, coaches, executives and fans stop for a moment and consider how close they came to winning a fourth Super Bowl and putting in both a perfect season and post-season. Of course, that loss to the New York Giants and Eli Manning is the chip that Patriot players and coaches will carry More...

New York Jets 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008) New York Jets The New York Jets (4-12) finished third in the AFC East. This season, they have a shot to improve and move into second-place and perhaps a Wildcard spot. The team won 10 games in 2004 and 2006 and made the playoffs. They missed the post-season in 2003 and 2005. Will that pattern continue? Who will start at QB—Chad Pennington or Kellen Clemens? Pennington started the season at quarterback and then Clemens took over when the veteran played poorl More...

NFL AFC North 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008) National Football League AFC North This division is really up for grabs with a Cleveland Browns team on the rise, a Cincinnati Bengals club showing improvement and a Pittsburgh Steelers franchise suffering from instability. The Baltimore Ravens also carry enough talent to be in the running. The fact is that the Cleveland Browns look to have the most balanced team in the division, offering solid offensive and defensive units. They’ve made some fine d More...

Cincinnati Bengals 2008 preview: (August 2008)                 CINCINNATI BENGALS The Cincinnati Bengals (7-9) made the playoffs in 2005, going 11-5. But it’s been downhill since then with the team performing at a sub-par level over the past two years. Although during that time they fielded a strong offense, the club has been lacking in defense. This is a team in search of consistency. The offense is led by QB Carson Palmer (575 ATT, 373 COMP, More...

2008 Pittsburgh Steelers Season Preview: (August 2008)                 PITTSBURGH STEELERS Last season, the Pittsburgh Steelers (10-6) made it back to the playoffs under rookie coach Mike Tomlin. Tomlin, who took over after Pittsburgh missed the post-season in 2006 and Bill Cowher stepped down, inherited a good team and knew it. But he also understood that the team’s 18th division championship was not a given. The Steelers won the division. Can they do it again? More...

2008 Baltimore Ravens Season Preview: (August 2008)                 BALTIMORE RAVENS Rookie coach John Harbaugh comes in to rebuild a Baltimore Ravens (5-11) team that went from 13 victories and a postseason appearance in 2006 to five wins and watching the playoffs on TV in 2007. Harbaugh likes aggressive offenses, and with the retirement of veteran QB Steve McNair, he’ll be building his attack through former Ravens’ backup signal caller Kyle Boller. More...

2008 Cleveland Browns Season Preview: (August 2008)              CLEVELAND BROWNS These Cleveland Browns (10-6) look ready to breakout. Entering the fourth season of the partnership between GM Phil Savage and head coach Romeo Crennel, the Browns have brought in quality free agents and made some fine draft picks over the past few years. RB Jamal Lewis, guard Eric Steinbach, WR Braylon Edwards and LB Beau Bell look to help this team reach the next plateau. With the 8 More...

 

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