2014 NFL Preview: AFC East

The AFC east is a division that has regularly had dominant teams in the mix but lately they seem to be a division that just pumps out mediocre teams. The king of those mediocre teams is the New England Patriots who are not necessarily mediocre. They are one of the best teams in the league year after year but have done so well and been so consistent that it really doesn’t shock anyone. Now they just continue to win and create less drama than any other division. There are rarely tight battles in the division anymore and which makes the drama that much less in this division.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 2)

The NFL is seeing a bunch of surprises already this year as the league has seen a number of teams come out to a great start and others not so much. There are the teams that have won two in a row that nobody expected to win two in a row. There are teams that have started 0-2 that most expected to have at least one win so far. There have been the players who have already impressed and the players who have most people questioning their capabilities.

The New Beasts of the NFC (2013 NFC West Preview)

The NFC West has come a long way since the time that they were the joke of the NFC with terrible teams. There have been the odd strong team in the NFC West as some teams have broken out to have great seasons. Every year that a team has gone to the Super Bowl the other three have given almost no resistance to the division champions. All of that has changed though as the NFC Wet has become one of the most competitive and toughest divisions in the league.

Who will the Drama swallow up? (2013 AFC East Preview)

The AFC East has had one ruling body in the past decade as the New England Patriots have been the dominant team in the East. The division is going through changes this year though as the team that was always perfect has joined the dysfunction of the AFC East. The East is a strange place in the AFC as it is full of teams that can seem to figure it out while the controversy continues to surround the entire division.

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