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NFL AFC South 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)     National Football League                     AFC South The AFC South is an extremely competitive division and that means that even if a team has shown improvement, it doesn’t mean that they’re going to move up. The Indianapolis Colts are expected to be the heir apparent when it comes to the division crown. But that doesn’t mean that the Jacksonville Jaguars or More...

2008 Houston Texans Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Houston Texans The Houston Texans (8-8) scored their best record ever last season, despite the fact that various Pro Bowlers and other key players, like QB Matt Schaub, went down at various times during the season. The Texans and coach Gary Kubiak (14-18), who is entering his third year as head coach, expect to garner a winning record for the first time in 2008. If they don’t, there will be a lot More...

2008 Tennessee Titans Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Tennessee Titans Over the past five years, the Tennessee Titans (10-6) have been on a rollercoaster ride. In 2003 they won 12 games and went to the playoffs. The next two seasons saw them win five and four games respectively. Then in 2006 they notched eight victories. Finally, last season they won 10 and were back in the post-season again. The question is—is this season the start of another downwa More...

2008 Jacksonville Jaguars Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Jacksonville Jaguars In the last three seasons, the Jacksonville Jaguars (11-5), coached by Jack Del Rio, have made it to the post-season. Is this club, which has won an average of 10.3 games per season from 2005-2007, ready to make it to the Promised Land at the end of the season? They certainly have a chance. QB David Garrard (325 ATT, 208 COMP, 2,509 YDS, 18 TDs, 3 INT), a seven-year v More...

Indianapolis Colts 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Indianapolis Colts What’s there to say about the Indianapolis Colts (13-3) that hasn’t been said over the years? One thing you can say about Tony Dungy’s team is that over the years they have matured, offering an offense that is no longer all about passing. The Colts have made the playoffs for the past five seasons, and they won the Super Bowl in 2006. They are perennial division champ More...

NFL AFC West 2008 Preview: (August 2008)     National Football League                     AFC West The AFC West title is the San Diego Chargers to lose. In a division that is comprised of two teams that will most likely post losing records (Oakland and Kansas City) and another that will probably win less than 10 (Denver), the Chargers should dominate. The question is not will San Diego win the AFC West? It& More...

2008 Kansas City Chiefs Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Kansas City Chiefs The Kansas City Chiefs (4-12) won a mere four games last season and in the past five years have won an average of just 8.6 games per year. Coach Herm Edwards (13-20 in three years with KS, 54-64 in eight NFL seasons), who tends to be conservative in his game planning and decision-making, is in the midst of a major rebuilding phase that includes players and coaches. The new Chiefs are More...

Oakland Raiders 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Oakland Raiders The Oakland Raiders (4-12) are still a team in search of the right formula that will get them back to the playoffs. The secret ingredient may be the retirement of aging owner Al Davis, who has been dominant as an owner and has tended to work against the success of the club.  This team needs a valid rebuilding plan rather than simply trying to fill gaps. Second-year pl More...

2008 San Diego Chargers Season Preview: (August 2008)                 San Diego Chargers The San Diego Chargers (11-5) have been playoff bound three of the past five seasons. As head coach Norv Turner starts his second year at the helm, there’s optimism amongst players, executives and fans. Last season, the club looked solid but for this team to get to the final game of the post-season, RB LaDanian Tomlinson must stay healthy. QB Philip Rivers (460 AT More...

Denver Broncos 2008 Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Denver Broncos Head coach Mike Shanahan (138-83 with Denver, 146-95 overall) is considered to be one of the best in the league. As he starts his fifteenth season with the Broncos, he faces the challenges involved when a club is trying to rebuild. Denver (7-9) posted its first, and what Shanahan hopes, will be its last, losing season since 1999 when they went 6-10. Quarterback Jay Cutler ( More...

 

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