1. Miami Dolphins (11-5) I am banking on RIcky Williams being healthy here with this pick, its hard to against the Pats. I just think the Dolphins are really putting the puzzle together. If Feidler can be consistent, the Dolphins should win this division.
2. New England Patriots (10-6) This is a tough division and New England will take some hits in the AFC East. Super Bowl chamos are a lock at least a wildcard. We will see how well Tom does without Bledsoe playing the teacher.
3. New York J-E-T-S- (9-7) Vinnie is out of gas. Its time to put Chad in and let him take some hits. Curtis Martin CARRIES this team to a winning record, but they fall short of the playoffs.
4. Buffalo Bills (6-10) Bledose a playoff doth not bring. The BIlls will show improvement, but they are still a little young. They have shaky play at reciever, where Moulds it outstanding one week and awful the next. They need better blocking to protect the fragile Bledsoe as well. Give this team 1 more year, and they will be back.
WIENER OF THE DAY! July 6, 2002!
I think if you are in the passing lane, and not passing, your license should be revoked, and you should be forced to ride the bus until you promise to never delay the rest of us again. --George Carlin
It's strange, yet simple. This year's World Cup tournament has been the most unpredictable and entertaining yet. And why? Not just the cool post-goal celebrations, but the way things worked out as a whole.