Heres my argument over this issue SAN DIEGO - The entire coaching staff has changed,Even though this is the most talented team from last year the team must take some time to adjust to all new coaches...IMO this may cost them a few early games and make it tough to win a championship - Still is the biggest threat to New Englands SB aspirations. DENVER - Has a relatively weak LB corps the only blemish to what appears to be a very solid looking team,The play of Cutler is also going to play a big role in the Broncos chances..For the lack of a big name LB I think Denver may be a team you should be able to run on and most teams will probably do exactly that,Hell knows no team is stupid enough to try and test the talented secondary of Bly and Bailey - That would be stupid so I think Denver will give up chucks of yardage on the ground thus leading to problems in the playoffs. INDIANAPOLIS - The champions are missing very important pieces of thier 2006 team,They have a depleted secondary which is missing the 2 starting CBs and I don't think Marlin Jackson is the answer not to mention Marvin Harrison is getting older and Peyton is missing his best offensive lineman..Not only do I think Indy is going to struggle in the playoffs but I think they are going to find it hard to win thier own division,It would not surprise me to see Jacksonville take over the South even though I think Indy is much more of a dangerous playoff team than Jax. PITTSBURGH - New coach who has alot of burden on his shoulders since Pittsburgh has only thier 3rd HC in franchise history - I think Roethlisberger wants a big passing attack unlike the smash mouth football Pitt is usually known for,I don't think big Ben is good enough at least in this point in his career to be putting up big numbers through the air - It may take a couple of years under a new kind of pitt offense for Ben to prove he is capable of putting the offensive game on his shoulders. BALTIMORE - Has a defense good enough to win a championship even without Thomas there but the QB position is still suspect as McNair is getting up in age and showed absolutely nothing against Indy in the playoffs..McNair may be the cancer of this teams quest for a championship,McGahee will be great in the running game and should be the guy to put the offense on his shoulders if Baltimore wants to be a threat in January. JETS - One year wonder in Mangini who surprised teams that thought they were not as good as they played last year...a tougher schedule plus the fact that the Jets will be taken more seriously will lead to thier demise as a wild card team yet again once the playoffs begin..if they are able to get in,that is WHATS YOUR ARGUMENT IN THE TEAMS THAT ARE MOST LIKELY TO MAKE IT TOUGH FOR NEW ENGLANDS AFC SUPREMACY THIS YEAR?