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1 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 0-0
The Seahawks traded for Jimmy Graham and paid Russell Wilson. Forget about the goal-line INT. This is the team to beat in 2015.
2 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 0-0
▲ 1
No Nelson? No problem. Aaron Rodgers will find a way. He always does.
3 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 0-0
▲ 4
Frank Gore and Andre Johnson should provide stability – not to mention toughness – for a team that desperately needs both.
4 New England Patriots New England Patriots 0-0
▼ 2
Even after losing Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner – and with the Deflategate suspension looming – the Patriots are still a top-five team. That’s the power of Belichick.
5 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 0-0
▲ 6
If Carson Palmer stays healthy, the Cardinals can win the NFC West. No doubt about it.
6 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 0-0
▼ 2
The door hasn’t completely shut on this team, but the Broncos feel a tad shy of elite. They’re going to need home-field advantage throughout the playoffs to have a chance at the Super Bowl.
7 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 0-0
▼ 1
Even without Maurkice Pouncey (ankle) and Martavis Bryant (four-game suspension), the Steelers are going to put up points. They just need their young yet talented defense to mature.
8 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 0-0
▼ 3
The offensive line is special, but so was DeMarco Murray. Let’s see if oft-ailing Tony Romo, 35, still has what it takes to carry the offense.
9 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 0-0
▲ 1
Thinking of betting against the Ravens? Don’t. They’ve made the playoffs six times in the last seven years.
10 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 0-0
▲ 3
Chip Kelly wanted complete control, and he got it. Now he has to prove he deserved it.
11 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 0-0
▼ 2
Is Andy Dalton still the quarterback? Okay, cool. Keep waiting for that playoff win.
12 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 0-0
▼ 4
The front seven is nasty, even without Ndamukong Suh, but we’re still waiting for Matthew Stafford to put it all together.
13 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 0-0
▲ 3
The Chiefs finished with a winning record last season despite throwing zero touchdowns to wide receivers. Jeremy Maclin will change that – possibly in Week 1.
14 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 0-0
▲ 5
If any team unseats the Patriots in the AFC East, it’ll be this one. Suh is a game-changer.
15 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 0-0
▲ 8
The Vikings went 7-9 last year with a rookie quarterback and without Adrian Peterson. The Wild Card is a legitimate possibility.
16 San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers 0-0
▲ 1
Philip Rivers got paid like an elite quarterback, but he’s only been to the playoffs once in the last five years. That doesn’t add up.
17 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 0-0
▼ 2
Lights-out defense, no quarterback. So basically Rex Ryan could have stayed in New York.
18 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 0-0
▼ 6
He lost Kelvin Benjamin to injury and DeAngelo Williams to free agency, but Cam Newton still has enough to lead the Panthers to a division title.
19 Houston Texans Houston Texans 0-0
▼ 5
The defense could be scary good.
20 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 0-0
▲ 2
Only a mediocre division will keep the Saints relevant this season. With all due respect to Brandin Cooks and Ben Watson, Drew Brees is going to miss Jimmy Graham. A lot.
21 New York Giants New York Giants 0-0
▼ 1
The Giants have missed the playoffs three straight years since winning the Super Bowl, but the offense should flourish in its second year in Ben McAdoo’s system.
22 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 0-0
▼ 4
Lots of departures, lots of upheaval. This year could get ugly.
23 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 0-0
▲ 1
This team is an AFC North darkhorse, especially if Josh McCown can limit his turnovers. If not, Johnny Football will get a second chance.
24 St. Louis Rams St. Louis Rams 0-0
▲ 1
The Rams don’t necessarily have to make the playoffs, but they need to finish with a winning record. If not, Jeff Fisher may be out of a job.
25 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 0-0
▼ 4
One of the softest teams in the league, the Falcons are 10-22 over the last two seasons. Atlanta is counting on Dan Quinn to change that.
26 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 0-0
▲ 1
New coach, new coordinator, same Jay Cutler. Let the sulking beginning.
27 New York Jets New York Jets 0-0
▲ 1
The defense should be stellar once more, but not even Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker can mask the misfortune under center.
28 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 0-0
▲ 1
Can the Raiders make the playoffs for the first time since 2002? No, but they could flirt with six wins. Baby steps.
29 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 0-0
▲ 1
The Jaguars are 9-39 over the last three seasons. What else do you need to know?
30 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0-0
▲ 1
Jameis Winston has gotten accustomed to winning, but let’s see how he handles losing. He figures to do a lot of that in his rookie season.
31 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 0-0
▲ 1
Marcus Mariota doesn’t have much to work with, but the Titans can’t be as bad as they were last year, can they?
32 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 0-0
▼ 6
Without question the most dysfunctional franchise in the NFL. Four wins would be impressive. Five would be a miracle.

Tony Meale is the author of The Chosen Ones: The Team That Beat LeBron. He lives in Chicago and won’t be mad if you follow him on Twitter @TonyMeale.