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    Which non-playoff teams can easily turn it around next season?

    Which non-playoff teams can easily turn it around next season and compete?

    Chicago
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    Carolina
    New Orleans
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    Arizona
    Detroit
    Philadelphia
    Pittsburgh
    San Diego
    Miami
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    Giants and Steelers - that's a layup.
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    Every team can turn it around and make the playoffs next season.

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    hgvhb
    Last edited by FortDetroit; 12-31-2012 at 02:27 PM.
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    My pick is New Orleans. One of the best teams not in the playoffs and getting Payton back and putting last year behind them will be a huge boost.
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    Probably the Bears. Not trying to be biased. Most years 10 wins gets you in. If they fix the line that could be enough to fix the offense. For a team that missed the playoffs there is talent on this team to compete in 2013.

    Pittsburgh would probably be my AFC choice. They are older on defense, but with Ben there you have a chance.

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    Probably the Saints. The Bears and Eagles are unknowns because they haven't hired a coach yet.

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    Lions and Steelers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HaruSoul View Post
    Every team can turn it around and make the playoffs next season.
    The Raiders won't, unless massive, wholesale changes occur at key positions and the team depth is bolstered by leaps and bounds. Tough to do in one season. Next year will be another rebuilding year, although one closer to cementing the DA regime. I expect improvement, just not a playoff winning season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HaruSoul View Post
    Every team can turn it around and make the playoffs next season.
    goes without saying. I guess I mean which teams have the easiest path to being competitive next season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderLakersA's View Post
    The Raiders won't, unless massive, wholesale changes occur at key positions and the team depth is bolstered by leaps and bounds. Tough to do in one season. Next year will be another rebuilding year, although one closer to cementing the DA regime. I expect improvement, just not a playoff winning season.
    are raiders going to release DHB?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_for_life View Post
    My pick is New Orleans. One of the best teams not in the playoffs and getting Payton back and putting last year behind them will be a huge boost.
    That's my pick. Saints will be back in the playoff discussion next season.
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    Everyone but Detroit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FortDetroit View Post
    are raiders going to release DHB?
    Yes. His contract is ridiculous and his skillset is subpar. This year he took a step backwards imo, which is a rare thing for a player in a contract year. He'll be on some other team that lacks WR depth.
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    Giants
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    Steelers

    All 3 have been in the super bowl in the past 3 years

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