1. San Diego
4. Kansas City
Prior to the latest contract development in San Diego - the Chargers would have been clear favorites - they still are, but it is getting closer.
I think that the rest is really up for grabs.
The uncertainty i Denver post Brandon Marshall, a new defensive coordinator, some big rookie recievers with tons of potential a more experiences D-line and a beefed up O-line. I think Denver has the potential - but can they unleash it.
Oakland without Russel - I think that says it all. Campbell might just be what this franchise need - a low key QB, who is a top professional that will win the team over with his personality and performance on the field. Don't uderestimate a team that has built up so much frustration - and now all of a sudden has an upportunity to actually be competitive. This could end up as a blood bath on the opponents.
Kansas City. They have aquired som spectacular playmakers on offense and defense. I think they still have some missing pieces, but with the coaching staff they have they could surprise a lot of teams. They drafted two of my favorite playmakers of the draft in Berry and McCluster, so i might be a little overly positve in that acount.