Pats 1st - 13 & 3 - no perfect season. looking forward to 2nd round bye and at least one home game. And then of course the Super Bowl; Bills 2nd - 9 & 7 - we will sweep them again but they will pickup 4 wins again from Miami and Jets. They have a better QB, a good Oline and if they add some WR talent that should get them 2 more wins than last year. Don't see 9 & 7 getting into playoffs though; Jets 3rd - 5 & 11 - I have been saying it all along, Mangini's 1st year playoff appearance was a complete fluke. They have done a terrible job drafting and in free agency. Mangini is a poor man's excuse for Bellichik. He has no clue how to call a game, and thinks that gimmick plays are a substitute for coaching. Call me crazy again but I see this being Mangini's last year in New York; Miami 4th - 2 & 14 Although they may have a better talent base for the future, their current roster after all the cuts of the last 2 years will have vitrually no talent. Taylor on defense, Ginn on Offense, and man that's it. I could see another nail-biting run at going winless. Couldn't happen to a more deserving team or GM. So again it's hard to predict anything beyond Pats division dominance with no real competition, a marginally improved Bills team, continued decent into hell for the Jets and a Miami team having an awful record in yet another "rebuilding year."