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Well? Which if any have a real chance for legitimacy, say given at least a respectable draft (ie top player doesn't fizzle etc) and/or possible FA help?

 
San Francisco will go from worst to first in the NFC West

They're a projected $30 million under the cap, have the #6 or #7 pick in the draft, and many of their starters and impact players should be returning from injury (Battle, Plummer, Newberry, Parrish, Eric Johnson)

I also think that, while it was rough at the time, giving Alex Smith the majority of the snaps in '05 will do wonders for him in '06

 
The Cardinals also underachieved big-time and could be a factor in the NFC if they can shore up their offensive line, and bring in a solid Defensive Tackle to play alongside Darnell Dockett (the Cardinals are high on Russell Davis, but he is not a solid DT).

nothing is wrong with the defense, and Warner could do big things in '06 if the O-Line can give him some time to throw.

Also, look for Arrington to have a nice season and be a good value in fantasy drafts, if the Cardinals do make some improvements along the o-line

 
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The Jets will be leagues better if they have an NFL-caliber QB who can play, whether that's Pennington or somebody else.

 
The Cardinals also underachieved big-time and could be a factor in the NFC if they can shore up their offensive line, and bring in a solid Defensive Tackle to play alongside Darnell Dockett (the Cardinals are high on Russell Davis, but he is not a solid DT).

nothing is wrong with the defense, and Warner could do big things in '06 if the O-Line can give him some time to throw.

Also, look for Arrington to have a nice season and be a good value in fantasy drafts, if the Cardinals do make some improvements along the o-line
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The NFL is truely the sport where a team can change their luck in 1 year. I see the following teams making strides this offseason either by adding talent or their division letting them in.

ARIZONA

O-line additions and ANY SUCCESS in the red-zone will make this a much better team. There are some really good players on both side of the ball, redzone struggles and a running game will make this team a threat.

Detroit

OK, so last year was suppose the year Detroit took advantage of the NFC North being down, well it didn't happen. Martz success with a dome offense with some unproven but very talented players speaks for itself. (Warner,&Holt, Bruce) faulk was proven. NFC north is still open to all that want a shot. (Chicago see 2001). Vikes & Pack have ? on new coaches, Veterans leaving(#4) ect. Detroit could challenge this year.

Cleveland

Has not shot, They are just still to far behind the Bengals and Pittsburg to do anything in that division.

Jets

Well a new QB will help greatly. If they can find one. Will it put them on an even playing field with NE and Miami? NO! So I would guess they miss out again next year. I don't see adding Rivers making them a playoof team.

NO

See Jets on the QB situation. Will Duece be back in time? if not, then this is a mute point. Stability of playing in one place next year will help, but their division has 3 teams better than them on most Sundays, even at home so their a NO!

Then there is the MN,Miami,Atlanta,KC,Dallas of the league that can fill a few needs and be right there to compete for a Suberbowl.

Parady is truely the ky to the Success of the NFL.

One mans opinion!

 
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