Bullseye-Sports.com’s Dwayne Bryant gives his thoughts and predictions on the AFC East for the upcoming season. Teams are listed in their predicted order of finish.
1. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Offense: QB Tom Brady is without a doubt one of the best QBs in the game. With a nearly non-existent running game in 2005, Brady was called on to carry the load – and he… Continue reading
The Bills finished 7-9 last season, losing five games by three points or less. Buffalo has some young talent, such as WR Lee Evans, QB J.P. Losman and SS Donte Whitner. But they lost much of their veteran nucleus, including CB Nate Clements, MLB London Fletcher-Baker, SLB Takeo Spikes and RB Willis McGahee. So where does that put Buffalo in 2007?OFFENSE
QB J.P… Continue reading
Buffalo Bills (6-10) As we all know, are still stuck in a never ending rebuilding phase. Their incoming draft class does look promising, but C.J. Spiller alone won’t be able to revive a franchise plagued by a banged up QB and defensive inconsistencies.
Miami Dolphins (8-8) Miami will definitely benefit Brandon Marshall’s on-field abilities and knack to rise to the occasion; no… Continue reading
Now that the dust has settled on the NBA summer offseason, we can start to take evaluation of what to expect in the 2010-2011 season. This was the busiest offseason in recent memory. More big names changed teams than we have seen at any point since before the current collective bargaining agreement was put into place after the 1998 lockout. In many… Continue reading
Oakland Athletics (81-81, 2nd Place AL West in 2010): General Manager Billy Beane seems to find ways to push all of the right buttons in the offseason, and though he didn’t really make any of those “Wow!” moves this year, he certainly made some prudent calls. Bringing in Hideki Matsui and Josh Willingham should add some stability to a rather questionable lineup… Continue reading