This isn't really in-depth analysis, I'm just bored and want to post more Handegg. More power ratings than anything else. AFC East: New England. Super Bowl Losers' curse, concerns about the defense, lack of receivers... just stop. You can't pick against Belichick. AFC North: Baltimore. They have their question marks this year, but I have more confidence in their defense than Pittsburgh's, and the Ravens offense can score. Either that or I'm a homer and don't want to pick the Steelers. AFC South: Houston. If Schaub stays healthy, they're my early SB pick. AFC West: Kansas City. That roster is absolutly loaded. Cassel's proven that he's good enough to win in the regular season, but I can't see them going far in the playoffs. Wild Cards: Pittsburgh, obviously. Tennessee will get the other, assuming Mike Munchak starts Jake Locker like any intellegent person would. Sleeper: Buffalo. This roster is surprisingly awesome, but why did Ryan Fitzpatrick struggle last year? He got hurt at the same time he got a really fat contract, so which caused his play to decline? And were his great performances just a fluke? NFC East: NY Giants. 2 Super Bowls, time to give Big Blue some respect. NFC North: Green Bay. But... but... Detroit's better now... Chicago will be back... Hush. Come on guys, you can't seriously pick against this buzzsaw, can you? NFC South: Carolina. The upgraded defense and Cam Newton's progression leads the Panthers into the promise land. NFC West: Arizona. Such an underrated roster, and do not sleep on Tim Tebow-Lite, John Skelton. He'll be competent enough to get them in the playoffs. (San Francisco will fall back to earth) Wild Cards: Hmm... Atlanta should make it in like they always do, but the other one was difficult. I hate picking the Cowboys since they always disappoint (although expectations should be lower now), but I can't find a team that's better than them. Sleeper: New Orleans. The team in so much disarray from Bountygate but as long as Brees comes back, they could come back and not miss a beat. Post yours, guys.