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32. Carolina. Things won't get better for the Panthers until the quarterback situation is resolved.
31. Cleveland. Browns took strides but need improvements on the front seven and a playmaker for Colt McCoy.
30. Arizona. See Carolina.
29. Buffalo. Offense took strides behind quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and wide receiver Steve Johnson. Defense needs major upgrades.
28. San Francisco. When will the 49ers finally start living up to their potential?
27. Tennessee. What will the Titans do at quarterback now that the Vince Young era has officially ended?
26. Houston. Offense is explosive and Arian Foster is the real deal. Secondary has to be better.
25. Detroit. Still a long way to go, but things are finally heading in the right direction for the Lions.
24. Cincinnati. Which Bengals team will we see this year: The 2009 AFC North champs or the 2010 cellar dwellers?
23. Washington. Still a dysfunctional family. Just another year on team owner Dan Snyder's wild ride.
22. Denver. Another team with quarterback issues. Did the Broncos see enough from Tim Tebow to make him their guy?
21. Seattle. Seahawks were too inconsistent during the year, even if they won the NFC West.