We're at the end of the NFL preseason, and we're all ready to get the regular season going. It seems appropriate to give out a few NFL superlatives for everyone's efforts this preseason. Here we go.
Most likely to succeed - New England Patriots
The Patriots have the best quarterback and the best head coach. On top of that, they play in a very weak division, especially if the Jets implode like it appears they will. A division title is all but certain for the Patriots.
Most likely to fail - Cleveland Browns
The Browns' best chance for a win comes against Indianapolis in October, and frankly, I think the Colts are miles ahead of the Browns.
Most dysfunctional - New York Jets
Beginning with trading for Tim Tebow and stretching throughout camp, the Jets have been woefully unable to function as a team. It seems as if their owner and head coach aren't on the same page, and they were only able to score one touchdown in 4 preseason games. Yikes.
Cinderella in the making - Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs dealt with a plethora of injuries in 2011, but many think a healthy Chiefs squad could win the AFC West. I'm not sure beating the Broncos and Peyton Manning is realistic, but a wildcard birth is definitely within reach.no comments