26. Cleveland Browns (5-11): New coach Rob Chudzinski, the former Canes tight end, has enough talent to work with to maybe end the Browns run of five consecutive double-digit-loss seasons. So much depends on second-year QB Brandon Weeden, who struggled in camp just to keep his job over Jason Campbell.
27. Arizona Cardinals (5-11): Sad to say, the recycled ghost of Carson Palmer gives Larry Fitzgerald a better QB than hes used to, but a new coach (Bruce Arians) and new defensive scheme make this a team in flux. Optimism for better than last seasons record seems a reach.
28. Tennessee Titans (6-10): An improved offensive line makes a bounce-back season likely for Chris Johnson, who could be fantasy friendly again. But doubts about Jake Locker remain, the defense was awful last season, and a tough early schedule makes an 0-5 start possible.
29. Buffalo Bills (6-10): One year ago, Buffs had some (unwarranted) hype before continuing a playoff drought that stretches to 1999. This season? No hype. New coach Doug Marrone has some rebuilding to do, and now injuries to E.J. Manuel and Kevin Kolb leave undrafted rookie Jeff Tuel as Bills' season-opening QB.
30. New York Jets (6-10): Call it Rex Ryans Last Stand. The Stinkin Jets defense, even post-Revis, is more solid than youd expect of a team ranked this low. But this could be the worst offense in the entire league, and the QB duel between shaky incumbent Mark Sanchez and overhyped rookie Geno Smith inspired little optimism.
31. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-14): Can Maurice Jones-Drew stay healthy and reprise his former fantasy-darling status? Can Blaine Gabbert (who if healthy will start over Chad Henne) pretend to be a real QB? New coach Gus Bradley sees talent and depth lacking almost everywhere he might look.
32. Oakland Raiders (4-12): The franchise that coined Just Win, Baby! hasnt had a winning season in 11 years. Why start now? The Raiders ended last season on a 1-8 skid, and a gutted roster finds no team more obviously rebuilding, with injury-prone Darren McFadden one of the few mainstays. Good luck to Matt Flynn, Terrelle Pryor or whomever is QB.