Free 2016-17 NFL Predictions, and Odds:AFC East Preview.

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What team in the AFC EAST division can compete with the New England Patriots? Is “DEFLATEGATE” over? The league reopened recently, and actor Ben Affleck made his opinion known on the new HBO series Any Given Wednesday.

Affleck and talk show host Bill Simmons discussed the Tom Brady situation, and Affleck let the world know his loyalty to the Patriots signal caller.

The Patriots are still the favorites to win the AFC East; the Bill Belichick coached team is still the dominant team.

The Miami Dolphins could be players in the division after the hiring of new head coach Adam Gase. Let us see how the rest of the division plays out for the 2016-17 season.
The New England Patriots are still the favorites to win the AFC East. As long a Belichick and Brady are around the Boston area they will be the team to beat. New England took a page from the Denver Broncos front office.

New England stocked up the defensive line with the addition of Chris Long and Terrance Knighton. Tom Brady still runs the show on offense.

The window is closing for the Patriots to win another Super Bowl but they are still the team to beat in the division.

Bovada list the New England Patriots at -275 to win the Division.


The Buffalo Bills come in at second place. Head Coach Rex Ryan will have the team ready in his second season.

Buffalo parted ways with defensive end Mario Williams but drafted Shaq Lawson to take the place of the former first overall draft pick.

Buffalo went for some high profile defensive help in the 2016 draft. Reggie Ragland and Adolphus Washington come from Alabama and Ohio State respectfully.

Cardale Jones could push Tyrod Taylor for the starting quarterback job.

Offensively Sammy Watkins is a game breaker. Buffalo is capable of making some noise in the division.

Bovada list the Bills at +600 to capture the divisional crown.

The New York Jets are our third place team in the AFC East. Most have the Jets just behind New England, but we believe the 2015-16 New York Jets overachieved in Todd Bowles first season.

The team still is in a contract dispute with Ryan Fitzpatrick, and it’s rubbing the rest of the roster the wrong way. The team is trying to fill the void left by longtime offensive tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson.

Management also parted ways with starting cornerback Antonio Cromartie. Reliable wideout Jeremy Kerley got waived in the offseason. The former TCU standout always performed at a high level; he will be missed.

Bowles, a former defensive coordinator, will have that side of the football ready to play.

Bovada list the New York Jets at +600 to win the AFC East title

The 2016-17 Miami Dolphins will finish in the basement of the division. Miami has a new coaching staff, general manager, and new pieces.

Owner Stephen Ross recently got awarded a Super Bowl appearance for South Florida. Miami lost running back Lamar Miller to Houston in free agency and Oliver Vernon to the Giants.

Both players were just starting to blossom. Rookie first-round draft choice Laremy Tunsil is going to be a star in the NFL.

Miami also acquired Kiki Alonso and Byron Maxwell from Philadelphia. Mario Williams is also joining the defense. This season will be a make or break season for starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

Bovada list the Miami Dolphins at +650 to win the Division.

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Free Betting Odds Prediction: The Buffalo Bill are a great bet to be AFC East Champions. Also Play Online Poker Plus Other Casino Games and enter some of the best Tournaments on the World Wide Web. Bet Here.


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