Mid-Preseason Power Rankings

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23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers-They brought in a lot of new, talented players, but can they mesh quickly, and can Josh Freeman rebound after last season?

22. Tennessee Titans-I’m not buying Jake Locker at this point. He’s still not a very accurate passer, which will lead to a lot of passes to the other team.

21. Seattle Seahawks-I like Marshawn Lynch a lot, and their QB additions are easy to root for, but I’m not sure they’re going to be great this year.

20. Washington Redskins-They will be improved, and they have an amazing pair of pass rushers, but the RB situation is unsettled and they’ll start a rookie QB.

19. Carolina Panthers-Cam Newton is a fantasy football player’s dream, and they have a great set of RBs, but WR is thin. The defense will determine how good the team is.

18. San Diego Chargers-I expect Philip Rivers to play much better, but Ryan Matthews’ health is a concern. Melvin Ingram instantly makes the defense better.

17. Buffalo Bills-They might have the best defensive line in the league, and Fred Jackson‘s return is cause for celebration. Can Ryan Fitzpatrick take them to the next level?

16. Dallas Cowboys-Dez Bryant has superstar written all over him, but Tony Romo is going to have a hard time getting the ball to him from his back. Their o-line isn’t good.

15. Denver Broncos-The NFL world is holding its breath until Peyton Manning takes that first big hit. The offensive line has to protect him. Von Miller is a force.

14. Atlanta Falcons-Matt Ryan is going to put up big numbers throwing to Roddy White and Julio Jones. They’ll make the playoffs if the defense steps up.

13. Cincinnati Bengals-Andy Dalton is solid and A.J. Green is amazing, but they are very young. The secondary is going to be key. BenJarvus Green-Ellis was a good signing.


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