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Miami upgraded their defense quite a bit and still have a decent offense with an upgraded group at RB. They did go 5-4 after their 0-7 last year and clearly had a group that wanted to play hard for Brian Flores.Yet I’ve seen more than a few people with Miami winning the division and the Bills not even making it. I know the Bills schedule isn’t easy and Allen is still a question mark but what am I missing with Miami?
Carolina has a terrible pass defense, but honestly I'm not sure.just let me know if Ruggs is worth starting, plz
The Jets traded Jamal Adams for a good haul but he ain't on the team anymore, and they have Adam Gase who sucks complete shit. They'll be a lot better next season. The Dolphins on the other hand made huge additions in the offseason.I think it's kind of weird that people are more excited by Miami ending last year 5-4 than they are about the Jets ending that year 6-2 but whatever. We're gonna go 7-9.
The narrative of the 'easy' AFC East is pretty much proven to be bullshit as seen by Brady's career against every division (since 2019). A lot of that can be chalked up to Belichick's coaching prowess and whether Brady would've done 'as well' if he had to play a division 2x a year but still.Interesting question I just saw posed on Twitter. How much of Tom Brady's career longevity is owed to the fact that he's in the AFC East for all of his career up until now? I could probably count the number of GOOD non Pats AFC East teams since the '00s on one hand (and maybe have a finger or two left over). Is Brady even still playing into his 40s in a weird alternate timeline where he plays his whole career on The Bucs? I highly highly doubt it.