NFL Preview: 32 tweets for 32 teams

32 predictions and thoughts on all 32 NFL teams. All in 140 characters or less. Photo: AP/Brian Blanco

OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 5, 2012 — The NFL kicks off on Wednesday finally. There are many predictions and thoughts out there for the 2012 season. Here are 32 tweets for all 32 NFL teams. All in 140 characters or less.

AFC

Buffalo Bills: D upgraded with Mario Williams. Should take a step forward this year. Playoffs are definitely possible.

Miami Dolphins: Hard Knocks showed how bad they are. This will be a work in progress, but Tannehill, so far, looks better than I thought.

New England Patriots: Coming off another Super Bowl loss to the NY, look for more huge stats, but no Super Bowl.

New York Jets: A complete circus. How long before Tebow becomes the starter? Unfortunately, this team is more exciting off the field.

Baltimore Ravens: Could argue they were the best AFC team last year. Super Bowl champs? Yes.

Cincinnati Bengals: Made a big leap last year. Should improve a little this year, but probably won’t see the post season.

Cleveland Browns: Good draft. Maybe 5 wins.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Should regress this year. Still have playmakers, but no 7th ring for the Steelmen this year.

Houston Texans: Many pick the Texans to make the SB. Have all the right pieces. Should make AFC Champ game.

Indianapolis Colts: Rookie Luck takes over. They don’t have much else. Should improve a little over last year. 

Jacksonville Jaguars: Oh boy.

Tennessee Titans: Locker takes over. Can CJ2K bounce back? Defense looks good.

Denver Broncos: P Manning is back and better than ever. Not really but should contend for division title if Manning stays healthy.

Kansas City Chiefs: Took a step back last year. Can they be the Chiefs of 2 years ago? Somewhere in between.

Oakland Raiders: A mess. T Pryor may take over sooner than we think. Yes, I know Leinert is #2 QB.

San Diego Chargers: Annual underachievers underachieve. 

NFC

Dallas Cowboys: Should be good but who knows with these guys. They look unbeatable one week and a joke the next. They could win Div or get last.

New York Giants: The champs will suffer the SB hangover. Very tough schedule.

Philadelphia Eagles: Should be great but haven’t been. If Vick stays healthy they can contend for Div and NFC.

Washington Redskins: RGIII will have his moments, but they are still too many players away from being really good.

Chicago Bears: Playoffs this year. Maybe win Div. Defense is getting old and the window is closing, but could be a SB contender.

Detroit Lions: Big step last year. Tiny step back this year. All their players are in jail.

Green Bay Packers: Big reg season and bad postseason. Pack gets back to the SB. Defense is major weakness.

Minnesota Vikings: How quick can AD get back to form? Still too many holes.

Atlanta Falcons: Stats show they should make a huge jump this year in stats. Will that mean wins? Atl should make the playoffs. They have the talent to do some damage.

Carolina Panthers: Can Cam have a great Soph season? History says no. May improve, but not enough for playoffs.

New Orleans Saints: How will the suspensions affect them? Brees is too good to keep these guys out of the postseason. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Freeman didn’t look great last year. They could be pretty good or pretty bad. Somewhere in the middle? How’s that for commitment?

Arizona Cardinals: Who’s their QB? How is their defense? Fitz has got to be going crazy.

St. Louis Rams: Will Bradford look more like his Rookie year or last? This team is a disaster. Maybe will get #1 pick.

San Francisco 49ers: Huge surprise. SB contender. Can Alex Smith progress enough to get them there? I say no.

Seattle Seahawks: Looking to improve. Looked better in the preseason. May not be enough yet. 


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