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Miami Dolphins - With their confusing Wildcat Formation and the personnel to execute it, the Dolphins may have permanently reversed their fortunes.
New York Jets - The Jets have the star left tackle, a good running back and a shiny new Hollywood quarterback. They almost made the playoffs last year, but an injury to the legendary Brett Favre ruined their season.
Jacksonville Jaguars - Maurice Jones-Drew gets to run the ball all by himself this year. We will see if David Gerard can bounce back and return to his role as the king of mistake free football rather than the 16 turnovers to go with 17 touchdowns he had last season.
Kansas City Chiefs - This team has a ways to go, but will probably make a sudden turn around (when we least expect it) when their defensive moves start to pay off. They are building a team specifically designed to beat the San Diego Chargers. Losing Tony Gonzalez, however, throws a monkey wrench in those plans.
Denver Broncos - Losing Jay Cutler and his Jeff George-like stats may do this team more good than harm, since Cutler seems to lack true leadership ability. People forget, the humble Kyle Orton was a great player and leader at Purdue. However, the Broncos aren't going anywhere unless they fix that atrocious defense that the Chargers and Colts have been taking advantage of years.
Buffalo BIlls - They started the year solidly in 2008, but fell off in a hurry. An injury to quarterback Trent Edwards didn't help. Adding wide receiver Terrell Owens for one season is a huge plus. With the city showing him all the love they have, a once again rejuvenated Owens could break out for another huge season even at his advanced age.