The world-dominating Seattle Seahawks stood pat in the offseason while the San Francisco 49ers worked hard to improve. That's why the 49ers will supplant the Seahawks in the NFC West.
The NFC East is one of the worst defensive divisions in the NFL. On the other hand, it is one of the more exciting offensive divisions. And it will certainly be more competitive this year than last, when the Eagles soared, comparatively speaking.
The AFC North has fallen on rather hard times. The division is home to two legendary teams, but these days it's the Cincinnati Bengals who are dominating and they can't seem to win even a single wild-card playoff game. Not much will change this year.
The AFC East is home to an undisputed division master, the Patriots? Who's going to knock them off the throne? The Jets? Give me a break. The Dolphins have the best chance, and that's stretching it.
The AFC West was pretty full of itself last year, sending the puffed-up Denver Broncos to the Super Bowl as their representative. We all know how that turned out. Can the Broncos overcome that global fiasco?
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